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    Latest articles

    • JEFF MILLS, The Wizard who came from Space
      JEFF MILLS, The Wizard who came from Space

      As a musician, he has often looked to the stars and space as a source of inspiration from his many adaptations of techno and classical music compositions

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    • VISIBLE CLOAKS, transcending culture through sound
      VISIBLE CLOAKS, transcending culture through sound

      In a shaker, place 1 ½ parts of computerised exotica, ½ part of linguistics, 1 part of ethnography and transculturalism and ¼ part of randomised generative computing.

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    • UNSOUND KRAKOW 2017, The Day After
      UNSOUND KRAKOW 2017, The Day After

      System of nature through the three kingdoms of nature, according to classes, orders, genera and species, with characters, differences, synonyms, places.

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    • BIOFABRICATE 2017, The Day After
      BIOFABRICATE 2017, The Day After

      The annual summit brings together global leaders in the fields of design, biology, and technology to New York City to share and discuss the future of grown materials.

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    • EXPERIMENTA MAKES SENSE, Lika Posamari
      EXPERIMENTA MAKES SENSE, Lika Posamari

      Highlighting the contemporary vitality of junctures between art and science, these works challenged me to consider my responses to the same.

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    • JULIA BOROVAYA, exploring the states of matter
      JULIA BOROVAYA, exploring the states of matter

      Julia Borovaya is fascinated with substances and their chemical and physical qualities.

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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

      with 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 frequently joined by an array of domestic gadgets.

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