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Live Coding and the Body

Live Coding and the Body

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014 in News | 0 comments

  The University of Sussex organised on 5th and 6th July a symposium about the body and programming code entitled Live Coding and the Body Symposium. The symposium focuses on the combination of these two elements in the performing arts, based on the concept of “live coding”, the name given to the practice of writing code using interactive...

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Fluid matter: an interview with Yunchul Kim

Fluid matter: an interview with Yunchul Kim

Posted by on Jun 24, 2014 in + VIDA, News | 0 comments

      Yunchul Kim is a Korean composer and artist based in Berlin, whose work focuses on the artistic potential of fluid dynamics. He creates installations using ferrofluids that explore the properties of matter and evoke natural processes, whether on a cosmic level or inside an imaginary body. Kim works at the University of Applied Arts in...

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Rhizope: Hybrid Art in Estonia

Rhizope: Hybrid Art in Estonia

Posted by on Jun 16, 2014 in News | 0 comments

  Until 24th August, the Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design in Tallinn (Estonia) is hosting the group exhibition Rhizope, which explores the interrelationships between scientific innovation, new technologies and historical and cultural traditions in a collection of works of art which can be described as “hybrid art” and which raise important...

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Symposium on Flexible Robotics in Germany

Symposium on Flexible Robotics in Germany

Posted by on Jun 10, 2014 in News | 0 comments

  In recent years, the discipline known as Flexible Robotics or Soft Robotics has emerged as a new challenge for robotic engineering that has transformed traditional approaches to the development of these machines. “Hard” robotics, based on resistant materials, intended for industrial applications and environments which are hazardous for people...

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On art and subjective science: interview with Agnes-Meyer Brandis

On art and subjective science: interview with Agnes-Meyer Brandis

Posted by on Jun 4, 2014 in + VIDA, News | 0 comments

Agnes Meyer-Brandis has developed her artistic research in the boundary between fiction and science, exploring both the ground beneath our feet and the sky above us. She has been awarded the Second Prize in VIDA 15.0 for Moon Goose Analogue: Lunar Migration Bird Facility, an ongoing project inspired by the story “Man in the Moone” by Francis Goodwin....

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