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Meet the VIDA 16.0 Jury: Marina McDougall

Meet the VIDA 16.0 Jury: Marina McDougall

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014 in Article, News | 0 comments

  Marina McDougall is a curator with a long experience in organizing exhibitions and public programs at the intersection of art, science, nature and culture. The first curator of art and design at the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, she has been a visiting curator at the MIT Media Lab, the Museum of Jurassic Technology, the California...

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Thiago Hersan and Radames Ajna. MEMEMEME: Machines are having all the Fun

Thiago Hersan and Radames Ajna. MEMEMEME: Machines are having all the Fun

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in + VIDA, News | 0 comments

   Thiago Hersan and Radamés Ajna are the recipients of the first Telefónica I+D Incentive, awarded last year at VIDA 15.0 for their project MEMEMEME, an installation in which four smartphones mounted on robotic arms can recognize each other using computer vision and communicate as people would do in a face to face conversation. In addition to...

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Do you know what you are eating? Interview with Cat Kramer and Zack Denfeld

Do you know what you are eating?  Interview with Cat Kramer and Zack Denfeld

Posted by on Jul 22, 2014 in Article, News | 0 comments

  Dedicated to examining the future of food by mapping its current controversies and looking for more biodiverse alternatives, the Center for Genomic Gastronomy explores the genomes and biotechnologies that configure our food systems. The research lead by artists, designers and curators Cat Kramer and Zack Denfeld has generated a wide range of outputs,...

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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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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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