Analog Research Lab
We were invited by the Accelerator Centre to occupy some space during their “Hardware Innovation Lab” launch on the second floor of 44 Gaukel this past Tuesday.
We decided to create a pop up “Analog Research Lab” in what appeared to be a former dark room. We set up a book shelf, a record player, and took turns typing out a Nietzsche poem on a typewriter.
One of the typists was Jakob Lien, a visiting scholar from Linkopings University in Sweden, who is visiting and working at the lab for the next month.
Overall the event was a success, and it was nice to talk about the lab’s work and have some fun with the idea of innovation.
Even the mayor stopped by and took a poem with him.