Vector Hack is a biennial international festival devoted to experimental analog vector graphics and led by Derek Holzer, an interesting artist and PhD researcher in the project Historically informed design of sound synthesis that I am part of at KTH. Vector Hack gathers researchers, developers, and artists from around the world to investigate experimental audiovisual works using oscilloscopes, lasers, and a variety of other media-archaeological techniques and devices. In a true community spirit, Vector Hack participants share ideas and develop work together alongside a program of talks and performances.
This YouTube channel also contains extensive archives from previous events.
Full festival and conference program can be found here.
Our evening program of live performances and screenings from the open call will not be streamed live. They will be recorded and archived on our YouTube channel later.
All times are Central European Time/Croatia