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Prix Ars Electronica and STARTS Prize 2017 | Deadline: 03 / 03 / 2017

The Prix Ars Electronica is the world’s most time-honored media arts competition. Winners are awarded the coveted Golden Nica statuette, prize money ranging up to € 10,000 per category and an opportunity to showcase their talents at the famed Ars Electronica Festival in Linz. On behalf of the European Commission, Ars Electronica issues an open call for entries to a competition: STARTS, in which encouraged are innovative projects at the interface of science, technology and art.... READ MORE...

Laurent Lamarche: Atlab

In the context of Leipzig’s Spinnerei Winter Gallery Tour, Art Mûr is pleased to open its 2017 programming with the first solo exhibition of Laurent Lamarche in Europe. For the past ten years, the Montreal-based artist has been investigating ideas and images that question our relationship to nature and current technologies. His practice includes photography, sculpture and installation and explores the porous boundaries between nature and artifice.... READ MORE...

Dark Society: Obscurity in Science, Body/Identity, Technology and Environment

The media construct of Reality is something which is not easily approachable even through technological means of what is perceived, measured, and to be understood. The truth of a model, the efficiency of a system, our living together all encompass some hidden aspects that, by definition, are creating an obscure shadow which subtly influences and effects our visible world. The open call "Dark Society" questions artistic processes of building media works which unfold relationships with those ´hidden sides´ made available to us by looking at their extreme effects and consequences.... READ MORE...

Bio Art & Design Award 2016 winners: Liquid and Life in Motion

A dance of humans and viruses to the tune of evolution, a compass needle made of iron extracted from placentas and 3D printed materials inspired by the development of human organs. In May this year, these three proposals were proclaimed the winners of the Bio Art & Design Award 2016, a competition for young artists and designers.... READ MORE...

Cécile B. Evans: Sprung a Leak

In October at the Tate Liverpool will be presented the new project by Cécile B. Evans. A multidimensional work that analyzes robotics, artificial intelligence and the possibilities of collaboration between humans and machines, examining the increasing influence that new technologies have on how people feel and act.... READ MORE...

Jessica Eaton: Transmutations

Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran presents Transmutations, the first solo exhibition by Jessica Eaton. The Eaton explores the color and movement theory, the science of optics, and the human vision system. Her artworks are in fact the result of a continuous visual experimentation that combines perception, technical components and study of materials.... READ MORE...

Day of Collisions at FACT

On November 10, the FACT in Liverpool will host Day of Collisions. A full day of activities that investigate the relationship between art and science, linking together engineers, physicists and scientists with the most experimental artists of the contemporary scene. The day will be full of meetings, workshops and public debates... READ MORE...

Robertina Šebjanič: reversing the Anthropocene

Robertina Šebjanič is an artist working between art, technology and science. Her research is oriented towards the Living systems, noise/sound art, installations and interactive ambiental responsive environments, and this year her work Aurelia 1+Hz/proto viva sonification received the Honorary Mention for Interactive Art at Prix Ars Electronica.... READ MORE...

Yuri Pattison: user, space

At the Chisenhale Gallery in London it on show User, space by Yuri Pattison. Taking inspiration from modernist architecture and science fiction Pattison creates installations that examine the pervasive nature of new technologies, which increasingly influence both how, and where, we live and work, presenting a future that is already imagined.... READ MORE...

Space Brain Laboratory

Space brain Laboratory born in 2009 thanks to Ann Veronica Janssens and Nathalie Ergino, is a project that brings together the thoughts and experiences of artists and researchers in the humanities and physical sciences, covering progress in neurosciences and astrophysics along with current practices in hypnosis and shamanism.... READ MORE...

Maurizio Martinucci (TeZ): creative investigation in music, art, science

Maurizio Martinucci (aka TeZ) is an Italian interdisciplinary artist and independent researcher based in Amsterdam. He uses technology as a means with which to explore perceptual effects and the relationship between sound, light and space. He focuses primarily on generative compositions with spatialised sound for live performances and installations... READ MORE...

Open Fields conference and exhibition: RIXC Art Science Festival 2016

On the occasion of RIXC Art Science Festival will be presented the conference and exhibition Open Fields. An event that is centered around the transdisciplinarity that investigates the transformative potential of art in connection with science, with the purpose to creating methodologies and approaches where is forbidden any categorization... READ MORE...

Math is Art: Understanding the Basic Concept of Probability

They say there’s art in everything – which in all likelihood makes everyone artists. Additionally, you could argue – even contradict – this statement by pointing out that having the potential and aspirations to achieve a certain level of craftiness in life doesn’t make anyone a bona fide artist.... READ MORE...

Collide International Award

Collide International Award 2016 was awarded to the South Korean artist Yunchul Kim. Collide is a new collaboration between CERN and FACT, offering to artists and scientists the opportunity to experience the interconnections between science and art, encouraging them to move in new, unexplored and especially interdisciplinary way.... READ MORE...

Maja Smrekar. Survival Kit for the Anthropocene – Trailer

Aksioma is proud to present Survival Kit for the Anthropocene by Maja Smrekar. A reflection in form of art on the theme of the extinction and the biological supremacy of some species in connection with a strong criticism on neoliberal economic systems, all created with folkloric, ludic and contemporary art elements.... READ MORE...

Cameron Robbins: Field Lines

MONA presents Field Lines, Robbins’ first international solo exhibition. Cameron’s work is based on interaction with natural forces and the elements nature, made visible through mechanical instruments of his own invention. In Field Lines the natural forces, not always perceptible, are revealed to live inside and out of the artwork.... READ MORE...

Ingenious and Fearless Companions by High Altitude Bioprospecting (HAB)

Until June at the Birmingham Open Media will present the HAB's collective exhibition. Ingenious and Fearless Companions will transport the viewer into the micro world of bacteria and microorganisms that resist and travel in space. The project supported by NASA and The Rocket Mavericks start a further connection between the arts and science.... READ MORE...
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