Call for Projects: CML 2018 Exhibition "Codes of Conduct"
The 2018 Critical Media Lab (CML)'s exhibition will look at "Codes of Conduct" in our technology and society. This exhibition will feature work that provides critical commentary on areas such as code and algorithm, our digital habits and behaviours, and other sociotechnical intersections. Projects should be able to interface with and critique forms of digital media; they might take the form of - but are not limited to - visualizations, sculpture, and interactive installations.

Projects may be at varying stages of development (designs, prototypes, installations, or working demonstrations) at the time of the show. We welcome work from undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines, in addition to members of the broader KW community.

Participants in the Exhibition are welcome to use the resources of the Critical Media Lab, including a 3D printer and scanner, laser cutter, soldering stations, Arduino Starter Kits, Myo armbands, Mac computers, and many other resources. Technical support is available by appointment for all applicants. Please contact Matt Frazer,
NEW THIS YEAR: We will fund TWO applicants who are interested in receiving a two-month subscription to the MyShop makerspace located directly above the CML at 44 Gaukel ( See the application below for additional details.

The exhibition will be held on Friday, April 6 at the CML. Project proposals are due Friday, March 16. Participants must be available to attend the exhibition and engage in setup and takedown in a timely manner.

If you are interested in participating, please use this online form to complete and submit a proposal.

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