Science

Innovation in and for Europe: STARTS 2020 prize winners

Science, Technology and arts (STARTS for short) limn a nexus at which insightful observers have identified extraordinarily high potential for innovation. And innovation is precisely what’s called for if we’re to master the social, ecological and economic challenges that Europe will be facing in the near future. In this STARTS Prize initiative, the European Commission’s focus is on projects and people that can make meaningful contributions to this effort.... READ MORE...

The exhibition “Tomás Saraceno. Aria” (re)opens to the public

Saraceno creates immersive works and participatory experiences that suggest a new way of living in our world by making connections to non‐human phenomena such as dust particles and plants. The exhibition at Palazzo Strozzi will stay open until 1 November 2020, with all the measures to contain the COVID-19 epidemic.... READ MORE...

“The Botanical Mind Online”, a new online project about the significance of the plant kingdom to human life

Humanity’s place in the natural order is under scrutiny as never before, held in a precarious balance between visible and invisible forces: from the microscopic threat of a virus to the monumental power of climate change. Camden Art Centre has launched this online programme of new artist commissions, podcasts, films, texts, images and audio, expanding on and enriching the ideas and issues informing the show.... READ MORE...

Discussing “The Question of Intelligence” with Curator Christiane Paul

The exhibition "The Question of Intelligence: AI and The Future of Humanity", which should have run from the 7th of February to the 8th of April at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons/The New School in New York, engaged with the relationships that humans sustain with machines and vice versa and brought insights on artificial intelligence's bias and potential in unlocking new opportunities. Report and interview by Marie Chatel... READ MORE...

Algorithmic Imagery: Interview with Mike Tyka

Mike Tyka is an artist and researcher with a PhD in Biophysics. In conversation with Teresa Ruffino he explains how, in his sculptural works, he expresses the arbitrary representation of molecules and how he started working with algorithms as an artistic tool describing his experience and vision for the future of this technology.... READ MORE...

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