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Kerstin Ergenzinger: Drawing defines time and space

Kerstin Ergenzinger: Drawing defines time and space

Posted by on Dec 2, 2014 in News | 0 comments

  Until 8 February 2015 the Kunstmuseum Bonnis hosting the exhibition Zeich[n]enby artist Kerstin Ergenzinger, winner of the First Prize at VIDA 15.0. The creator of the installation Rotes Rauschen bases her work on the perception of the space around us, as she explains in a recent interview for this blog, and in this exhibition she plays with drawings...

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Meet the VIDA 16.0 Jury: Nell Tenhaaf

Meet the VIDA 16.0 Jury: Nell Tenhaaf

Posted by on Nov 13, 2014 in Interview, News | 0 comments

  Nell Tenhaaf is among the pioneering artists whose work has explored, since the late 1980s, the cultural implications of biotechnologies and of Artificial Life. She has exhibited her work across Canada, the United States and Europe. Professor in the Visual Arts department of York University in Toronto, Canada, she combines her artistic projects with her...

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The olfactory art of Eduardo Kac

The olfactory art of Eduardo Kac

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

From 17 October 17 to 22 November 2014, the Galerie Charlot in Paris will be holding the exhibition Feeling of Smell, by artist Eduardo Kac, who won a prize at VIDA 3.0 for his installation Genesis(1999). Known for his work in telepresence art and BioArt, the Brazilian artist has had a diverse career ranging from body art to the creation of hybrid...

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Ars Bioarctica artist residency programme

Ars Bioarctica artist residency programme

Posted by on Oct 28, 2014 in News | 0 comments

The Finnish Society of Bioart is calling for proposals for the artist residency programme Ars Bioarctica at the University of Helsinki’s Kilpisjärvi Biological Station located in the subarctic region of Lapland. This programme has taken place since 2010 and has now welcomed more than 50 artists, scientists and creators (among them VIDA award winners...

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Balance-Unbalance: art, science, and the environment

Balance-Unbalance: art, science, and the environment

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in News | 0 comments

  In 2015, the yearly international symposium Balance-Unbalance will take place in Arizona, and will look at the ways in which interdisciplinary research which combines art, science and new technologies can develop initiatives that promote awareness of the environment and sustainable practices. In light of the unprecedented challenges which climate...

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