A curational magazine dedicated to art and science explorations

 

 

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Sound Art, Kinetics & Bio Robotics

  • UNSOUND KRAKÓW 2016: Highlights
    UNSOUND KRAKÓW 2016: Highlights

    (…) a festival concerned with mutating and uncommon forms of music and related sound and visual art

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  • HANNA HAASLAHTi, on gestalt psychology and computer vision
    HANNA HAASLAHTi, on gestalt psychology and computer vision

    ... her work encompasses interactive installations, projections and experimental film in the fields of visual arts and new media.

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  • RYOICHI KUROKAWA, digitally colliding with all the senses
    RYOICHI KUROKAWA, digitally colliding with all the senses

    ...Kurokawa is a Japanese visual and sound artist that creates digital sculptures interpreting sound and image as a single unit

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Biomedia & Biotechnology

  • MARIAH WRIGHT, and how to use design to reflect on what is arounds us
    MARIAH WRIGHT, and how to use design to reflect on what is arounds us

    For Mariah Wright her explorations lay at the core of life itself, food and DNA.

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  • JINHEE PARK, exploring issues around our day-to-day life
    JINHEE PARK, exploring issues around our day-to-day life

    explore issues around our day-to-day life.

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  • SONJA BÄUMEL, investigating the invisible diversity of the human body
    SONJA BÄUMEL, investigating the invisible diversity of the human body

    Art, design, fashion and biological practice are some of the words that define the creative universe of Sonja Bäumel.

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  • HELEN PYNOR, exploring our bodies from the inside out
    HELEN PYNOR, exploring our bodies from the inside out

    (…) one of the main aims of her work to decode the relationships between materiality and cultural constructs surrounding the human body.

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  • HUNTER COLE, when molecular genetics materializes in digital art
    HUNTER COLE, when molecular genetics materializes in digital art

    Dr. Hunter Cole utilises her knowledge and experience in biotechnology to create digital art, installations and drawings (…)

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  • NATHAN THOMPSON, exploring the relationship between man and machine/robots
    NATHAN THOMPSON, exploring the relationship between man and machine/robots

    Thompson is an artist that builds his own machines, which are analogue systems but that posses a human like behavior.

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Biodesign & Artech

  • PAUL VANOUSE, a magician playing tricks with DNA
    PAUL VANOUSE, a magician playing tricks with DNA

    Vanouse’s interdisciplinary and DYI approach (perfectly exemplified in Deep Woods PCR), explores emerging media forms (…)

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  • RICARDO O'NASCIMENTO, sensorial experiences through digital interaction
    RICARDO O'NASCIMENTO, sensorial experiences through digital interaction

    To bring about sensorial experiences through digital interaction and keeping a poetic approach in mind to make people dream

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  • VICTORIA VESNA, understanding how humans interact with new technologies
    VICTORIA VESNA, understanding how humans interact with new technologies

    Director of UCLA's Art|Sci Center and Professor at the UCLA Department of Design | Media Arts and one of the most talented artists…

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  • GILBERTO ESPARZA and how to use robots to stimulate a critical discussion about environment and urbanism
    GILBERTO ESPARZA and how to use robots to stimulate a critical discussion about environment and urbanism

    (…) explore the interaction and impact of human technology with our environment through electronics, robotics and biotechnology.

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  • ROBERT HENGEVELD, exploring new visions about the future of nature
    ROBERT HENGEVELD, exploring new visions about the future of nature

    His creative universe, which holds strong roots in environmental issues…

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  • SARAH DAHER and how messages can been sent through the air
    SARAH DAHER and how messages can been sent through the air

    what if we go a step further and messages can been sent through the air by releasing chemical molecules?

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