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Announcement of the Matilde Pérez “Art and Digital Technologies 3.0” Competition

Announcement of the Matilde Pérez “Art and Digital Technologies 3.0” Competition

Posted by on Mar 28, 2013 in News | 0 comments

For the third year running, Fundación Telefónica and UNIACC are making a call for students and graduates of Chilean universities to take part in the Matilde Pérez “Art and Digital Technologies” Competition, with artistic projects involving digital and/or electronic technologies. The projects – either currently underway or already completed – can...

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International Seminar on Artificial Life (2/3): Artificial Life and Synthetic Biology

International Seminar on Artificial Life (2/3): Artificial Life and Synthetic Biology

Posted by on Mar 26, 2013 in Article | 0 comments

On 15 and 16 November 2012, Espacio Fundación Telefónica’s auditorium hosted a meeting of experts who addressed, from different perspectives, the concept of artificial life and the challenges posed by contemporary research in fields such as robotics, synthetic biology and art. During the first part of this summary of the seminar, we examined Gusz...

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As Art Is Lifelike: Evolution, Art, and the Readymade. Nell Tenhaaf

As Art Is Lifelike: Evolution, Art, and the Readymade. Nell Tenhaaf

Posted by on Mar 20, 2013 in Article | 0 comments

The early development and current concerns of artificial life practices are outlined in relation to both biology and art. The pragmatic side of a-life is presented, together with a consideration of how it compares with the biological sciences and a description of its methodologies for studying nature through computer simulation. A-life is proposed here as a...

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Interview with Paul Vanouse

Interview with Paul Vanouse

Posted by on Mar 19, 2013 in Article | 0 comments

Paul Vanouse has developed since 1990 a body of work that has explored the possibilities of emerging media, from interactive cinema and responsive installations to genetic experiments. In 2012 his work Ocular Revision, an installation that addresses the visualization of DNA and the current myths and beliefs surrounding genetic information, received the...

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