The Fair Grounds is a truly new fairground where ‘folk culture’ meets ‘high tech and high art’.The Fair Grounds consists of multiple independent installations where traditional amusement rides have been updated with new artistic or social narratives.
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Bumper Ballet is a bumper car track with the world’s first self-driving bumper cars, created by Dutch new media art collective DROPSTUFF MEDIA. Between 15 and 21 March 2020, these AI-driven bumper cars can be seen at SXSW 2020, one of the most innovative art and technology festivals in the world.
We are proud to announce that ‘The Fair Grounds: Bumper Ballet’, a project by DROPSTUFF MEDIA, is nominated as a finalist for the 2020 SXSW Art Program.
Check this out! Bumper Ballet is featured on Dutch Design Daily. Dutch Design Daily is an online platform featuring every day a new topical subject from the broad field of Dutch Design.
With over 400 visitors, the Grijs en Wijs Mediafestival 2019 in the Dutch Institute of Sound and Vision past 9 November was a great success. Young and old were able to immerse themselves in the possibilities of digital media during this kick-off event of the Week of Media Literacy, de Week van de Mediawijsheid
A gondola ride through Venice is popular, but not cheap. At the Kerme Kermis on the Lammermarkt, visitors can imagine themselves in a virtual world at the popular holiday destination.
Who dances at Festival de Betovering? Man or Machine?
In these bumper cars you become a driver and subject and you experience what it means to lose control when computer systems take over.
Bumper Ballet at the THE ARTS+ brings some of the most innovative thinkers and practitioners from around the world together to explore, debate and shape the future of culture and creativity in the digital age
The 12th edition of the Open Studio Days are a wrap. An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at radio and TV, with plenty to do and discover for young and old and a special place for the installations of ‘The Fair Grounds’
The Innovate Festival in Arnhem was a resounding success. More than five thousand visitors went and had a great time this Saturday afternoon in the creative hotbed of inventors and inventions in the former Coberco milk factory near the John Frost Bridge in Arnhem. The combination of The Fair Grounds with the Arnhem Technology Day turns out to be a direct hit.