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75 Watt: choreography of assembly line work

75 Watt: choreography of assembly line work

Posted by on May 31, 2013 in News | 0 comments

On 13th June, the artists Revital Cohen and Tuur van Balen (winners of VIDA 14.0) will be presenting, at Work Space Brussels, their recent project 75 Watt, which explores the dynamics of industrial production of consumer goods and in particular the coordination of workers on an assembly line. The artists have created a product specifically designed to be...

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Balance-Unbalance: the future of nature and culture

Balance-Unbalance: the future of nature and culture

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

From 31st May to 2nd June, the Central University of Queensland (Australia) welcomes the Balance-Unbalance International Congress, dedicated to exploring the nexus between nature, science, technology and society. This is the third edition of this Congress, which was previously held in Argentina (2010) and Montreal (2011) and which has the support of...

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VIDA 15.0: Interview with Mónica Bello

VIDA 15.0: Interview with Mónica Bello

Posted by on May 24, 2013 in Competition, Featured | 0 comments

This year is the 15th edition of a competition that was initially dubbed VIDA 2.0, in reference to a “second form of life”, meaning artificial life. Fifteen years on, is the debate on artificial life still ongoing? What do the works which have taken part in this contest tell us? Over the intervening years we have seen the artists apply the principles of...

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David Bowen: the tele-present ocean in Marseille

David Bowen: the tele-present ocean in Marseille

Posted by on May 22, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Until 9th June, the art and culture space La Friche la Belle de Mai in Marseille is hosting the exhibition La Dernière Vague, part of the festival ‘This is (not) Music’, which explores how the cultures of surfing, skateboarding and kustom kulture have seeped into contemporary art. The exhibition, which brings together hundreds of works by 58...

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After life. De anima and unhuman politics. Eugene Thacker

After life. De anima and unhuman politics. Eugene Thacker

Posted by on May 16, 2013 in Article | 0 comments

Since the 1960s, the NASA programme has supported research into the exploration of life on other planets. Currently, their astrobiology programme involves multiple institutions and research programmes, including the NASA Astrobiology Institute.   Eugene Thacker is an author and associate professor of Media Studies at The New School in New York. Thacker...

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