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  • KATY CONNOR, the body, vertigo and the scientific sublime
    KATY CONNOR, the body, vertigo and the scientific sublime

    “I’m always trying to challenge the fixed point of view, its security and the political, military and techno-scientific systems that uphold the privilege of that viewpoint”

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  • ALI SCHACHTSCHNEIDER, (re)imagining fashion through biotechnology
    ALI SCHACHTSCHNEIDER, (re)imagining fashion through biotechnology

    ... explores how we perceive our bodies in relation to materials and fashion, and envisions a future scenario in which living materials will be used to design clothes and furniture.

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  • Moving Towards Augmented Art, Rola Daniels
    Moving Towards Augmented Art, Rola Daniels

    Augmented reality (AR) is one of several technologies emerging for widespread use; culturally popularised to undoubtedly soon be woven into the fabric of everyday existence.

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  • GREG FOX, new shapes of drumming
    GREG FOX, new shapes of drumming

    ... For the NYC drummer and artist, there’s always a further challenge: Greg has been integrating a generative system dealing with AI and machine learning, Sunhouse’s Sensory Percussion.

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  • HYPHEN-LABS, human-centred design, progressive politics and technology
    HYPHEN-LABS, human-centred design, progressive politics and technology

    the unique salmagundi of human-centred design, progressive politics and cutting-edge technology, encompasses the art installation NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism.

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  • ROBIN RIMBAUD, sound impressions of space and time
    ROBIN RIMBAUD, sound impressions of space and time

    In The dreamer is still sleep – one of the latest artworks of Robin Rimbaud (aka Scanner)- the British artist explores the dreamy state between sleeping and waking with sounds and smells.

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The PodCLOTs

  • HARM VAN DEN DORPEL, art beyond the internet era
    HARM VAN DEN DORPEL, art beyond the internet era

    ... developed a new way of exploring technology, digital footprints, and social networks.

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  • KENRIC MCDOWELL, bringing together humans and machines
    KENRIC MCDOWELL, bringing together humans and machines

    Kenrick McDowell has long had professional interests on the intersection of culture and technology, currently leads the Artists + Machine Intelligence program at Google Research

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  • MATMOS, and the domesticity of concréte sounds
    MATMOS, and the domesticity of concréte sounds

    The American experimental electronic duo Matmos are M.C. Schmidt and Drew Daniel. Both artists are the main core of the outfit but they are frequently joined by other musicians and an array of domestic gadgets.

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