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Intimate Science

Intimate Science

Posted by on Feb 25, 2014 in News | 0 comments

 The practice of art at the crossroads of science and technology has often taken place in research centres, laboratories and environments with a link to technological innovation. In contrast to this trend, the exhibition Intimate Science, curated by Andrea Glover, focuses on “artists who are engaged in non-disciplinary inquiry; they aren’t allied...

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Synthetic Biology and Living Works of Art

Synthetic Biology and Living Works of Art

Posted by on Feb 18, 2014 in News | 0 comments

In 1988, the philosopher Vilém Flusser stated that techniques had been achieved “that ultimately make conceivable the creation of plant and animal species according to our own programs” and with which “we can now make artificial living beings, living works of art”. Twenty-five years later, works of art and biology lead to reflection...

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Fractal Film: All the Possibilities of a Look

Fractal Film: All the Possibilities of a Look

Posted by on Feb 11, 2014 in News | 0 comments

  Antoine Schmitt, an artist awarded an Honourable Mention in VIDA 5.0, has recently presented Fractal Film, a generative video installation created in conjunction with Delphine Doukhan. Fractal Film consists of a short scene written and directed by Doukhan, in which six characters dance to the rhythm of the well-known song “Fly Me to the Moon”...

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Air Castles: the Ephemeral and Poetic in Art

Air Castles: the Ephemeral and Poetic in Art

Posted by on Feb 4, 2014 in News | 0 comments

 On show until 10th February at the GAK (Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst) in Bremen is the exhibition Rauchwolken und Luftschlösser (“Smoke Clouds and Air Castles”), curated by Dennis Paul and Andrea Sick. This collective show focuses on observing clouds as a natural, ephemeral phenomenon, an effect of Man’s action on the environment, and an...

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