Home » *Top Pick*, Fairs & Festivals, Geek Event, South Bay

80,000 Sq. Feet of Strange Tech Worlds & Wonders | San Jose

Dang! This event has already taken place.
>> Want to see our Top Picks for this week instead?
Friday, September 17, 2010 - All Day | Cost: $5

Event Details

ZER01 is inviting independent artists, designers, architects, engineers, programmers, and corporate and academic research programs to publicly work in San Jose’s 80,000 square foot South Hall to create projects for exhibition, performance, provocation, and interaction for an event called “Out of the Garage Into the World“.

From a marsh-as-electric-plane-landing-strip to a public orchard to artificial atmospherics to a public “tech shop,” this innovative platform will build on the dynamic histories of garage hacking and citizen science to build not just what’s next but to imagine how what’s next matters.

  • South Hall Admission is $5
  • South Hall’s full installations are open from 11am to 7pm Friday and Saturday, and Sunday until 5pm
  • Empire-Drive in, located in South Hall and part of OOTG, will be staging films and performances in there until 11pm.

From September 4-14, these projects will be “in process” and open for public viewing. The results will be presented and exhibited, both in South Hall and in other parts of the City, September 16-19.

Exhibition Hours
OOTG 11am-7pm
Empire Drive-In: 11am to 6pm – Back up at 9pm to 11pm with Flood Tide Remixed
OOTG 11am-7pm
Empire Drive-In: 11am to 6pm; Film screening of The Lives of Energy at 715, followed by other at 9-15, so will essentially to 11pm
OOTG 11am-7pm
Empire Drive-In: 11am to 6pm – Back up at 7:30pm pm to 11pm with films and performances including “Live Cinema” Into the Trees from Zoe Keating and Robert Hodgin (Zoe is amazing and is a Information Architect/Cellist who has been called the musical love child of Steve Reich and Kate Bush
OOTG 11am-7pm
Empire Drive-In: 11am to 6pm

Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.

Cost: $5
Tags: ,
Categories: *Top Pick*, Fairs & Festivals, Geek Event, South Bay