Minipimer.tv is a collective and cultural association based in Hangar (Art Production Center) in Barcelona, Spain.
We have been working and researching in the field of art and technology since 2008.
Our research focuses on topics that allow us to develop a critical perspective on the relationship between technology and society. Since we work in a context of collective creation, our researche is structured through the organization of weekly open workshops dedicated to studying and developing projects that link critical theory and technological development.
Our projects make use of different media such as audiovisual live streaming, interactive interfaces, electronics, texts, performance and visual arts with open source technologies.
We work from the perspective of open culture and “Do it yourself‚/Do It With Others” methodologies. This means: the use of free software and open hardware technology, the promotion of self-learning practices and the combination between reflection and action.
Our work has been exhibited in various countries such as Spain, Austria, Norway, USA, Peru, Chile, Ecuador and Argentina.
Currently the collective is composed of Lucía Egaña, Oscar Martin, Laura Malinverni (paused) and Verónica Lahitte and other occasional collaborators.