Next month at the Arebyte Gallery in London, will be presented Virtual Choreography by Rosana Antolí, an interactive online platform working as an open database of movements editable by the public. The idea is to investigate the connections between dance, territory and society, inviting the audience to expand their physical and mental perception.
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
The digital revolution, already been running for years, is radically changing the rules of communication and this change carries with it a deep alteration of the relations that govern the social fabric. The advent of new media, in particular, is causing several changes in the management of collective life and in relations between people
Nervous Systems is an exhibition that questions this systemic closure and the pervasive nervousness that haunts today’s systems, data-driven rationalities and ideologies. What does “privacy” mean when it becomes possible to identify someone just as easily from “anonymous” data as from a fingerprint or identity card? What remains of the world when it is being interpreted for us by machines?
For his second exhibition at Carroll / Fletcher, digital art pioneer Manfred Mohr presents a series of new pieces mapping his formal investigations of theoretical space in generative screen-based works, drawings, and inkjet paintings.
Kota: Digital Excavations in African Art is an exhibition exploring how data and technology offer exciting possibilities for groups of artwork that lack deep provenance or contextual information. The exhibition features the groundbreaking research of Frederic Cloth, who has created a database of extant guardian figures and a series of algorithms.
With today’s digital technology, the image is no longer a stable representation of the world, but a programmable view of a database that is updated in real time. Softimage by Hoelzl and Marie.
Samantha Bittman presents a new body of work including a series of paintings on handwoven textiles, custom digitally printed wallpaper, and a handmade tile floor sculpture. In Bittman's visual world, the structuring and processing of individual parts generate a mutually dependent relationship between image and object
BOM invites submissions for a group exhibition of emerging to mid-career artists. BOM is a new creative, collaborative gallery and workspace for art, technology and science.
MUMO is an artistic device that accompanies community processes aimed at the collaborative design of the environment. The project seeks to trigger urban interventions through participatory and socially engaged artistic practices.
The IEEE VIS 2015 Arts Program, or VISAP'15, showcases innovative artwork and research that explores the exciting and increasingly prominent intersections between art and visualization.
This bilingual book (English-Portuguese) discusses strategies and methodologies for the preservation of digital collections and scanning processes, including studies on new forms of organization and communication..
Contemporary artworks and music scores from artists will challenge established notions of contemporary aesthetic and experiment with media technology and data.
The Art of the Networked Practice is an international gathering exploring emergent forms of networked research, artistic production, and teaching in the arts. Deadline: 30th March 2015
How Big Data change reality and, hence, the way we deal with the city?. It discusses the impact of real-time data on architecture and urban planning, using examples developed in the SENSEable City Lab.
Sounds, Images and Data 2015 is a conference that analyzes the role of the artists and curators in creating new experiences and aesthetics in the 21st century. Deadline: March 20, 2015
Most of the works in Unoriginal Genius are web-based artworks. As live pieces of public art that can be accessed for free in an online environment, they may feel uncomfortable in a gallery space