Moolab do creative practice in information design using creative coding,
machine learning, embedded and custom designed devices, to develop new creative and
speculative prototypes and designs in the field of art, science and technology.
Since 2005 the interdisciplinary work has centered around urban spaces and
environmental data, work that has been presented at museums, galleries, and conferences.
Moolab was initiated in 2003 by Eva Sjuve to develop novel interaction design for embedded
mobile devices, also includes the use of machine learning, and various kinds of programming
languages and new hardware for embedded devices, such as Gumstix, Arduino, Beagle Bones,
Raspberry Pi, and USB Accelerators.
Moolab consists of a loosely knit group of researchers, developers, artists and composers,
to experiment with and promote and teach the creative use of technology.
Moolab research in art, technology and science has been supported by
New Composers Series Commissions, New York
White Noise, White Box Gallery, New York
Elektronmusikstudion, EMS, Stockholm, Sweden
Electronic Music Foundation
Diapason Sound Art Gallery, New York
Performa07, New York
New York State Music Fund
Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen, Denmark
Kultur Kontakt Nord/ Nordic Culture Point
Bergen Kommune, Norway
Bergen Center for Electronic Art, Bergen, Norway
Norwegian Culture Council
Office for Contemporay Art, Oslo, Norway
Federal Insitute of Technology, ETH, Zuerich, Switzerland
Swedish Performing Rights Society, STIM, Stockholm, Sweden
Helge Ax:son Johnson's Stiftelse, Stockholm, Sweden
French Ministry of Culture and CCMIX, Paris, France
Make Art, Festival of Free and Open Source Media Art, Poitiers, France
MIC, Music Information Center/ Norwegian Foreign Ministry, Norway
Letterstedtska Foundation, Sweden