Bio Art

MutaMorphosis

Prague, the city of Renaissance alchemists seeking for artificial life, of Golem, of C¹apek`s robot as well as of the first ever interactive film Kinoautomat will host an outstanding international conference MutaMorphosis: Challenging Arts and Sciences, from 8th to 10th of November 2007 at Municipal Library... READ MORE...

(Italiano) Struttura 2007

(Italiano) L’arte organica e le pratiche creative che mettono in relazione arte, scienza e tecnologia sono il tema di Struttura Organica 2007, la tre-giorni sul mare digitale giunta alla sua terza edizione, in programma dal 7 al 9 settembre alla Torre di San Vincenzo (LI).... READ MORE...

(Italiano) Progetto Dru. Supportare La Ricerca Creativa

(Italiano) L'evento Biorama  stata l'ultima iniziativa del progetto DRU che continua a promuovere un fortunato connubio tra arte, design, tecnologie e scienze della vita. Biorama, svoltosi nell'arco di un'unica giornata, il 13 di Luglio, ha avuto come tema la presentazione del lavoro dell'artista in residenza Andy Garcie, noto per le sue ricerche su i legami interstiziali tra mondo naturale e sistemi artificia... READ MORE...

Subtle Technologies Festival

For our 10th Anniversary Festival, Subtle Technologies presents practitioners of arts, sciences and medicines, and those who study their context, historians, ethicists, and other critical thinkers to contemplate how these disciplines can work together and reshape perspectives on the body.... READ MORE...

Biology and art: two worlds or one?

This conference will explore the nature of the science-art interface, the inspiration this interface provides to scientists and artists alike, and the impact of these interactions on art, research, and other human endeavors.... READ MORE...

Days of Bioart

Days of Bioart is an ongoing project that intends to create a space of debate and exhibition dedicated to biological and living art that reflects the increasing interest around life sciences and the influence that they are having in culture and society.... READ MORE...

Now

NOW turns the foyer of the CCCB into a space of knowledge, a space for coming together, a space of stimuli where the visitor is both receptor and transmitter. Installations, a reading point, lectures, sound archives and performances are the different genres and formats presented by NOW.... READ MORE...

Neurotica

Neurotica is a research project that examines the anxieties of contemporary society, generated by the rapid advances made in science and technology, and looks at the way individuals and the community is coping with these innovations and their offshoots.... READ MORE...

The Ethics Of Emerging Technology

From May 26 th to May 28 th 2006, at the Stanford University Law School a conference will be held, entitled 'Human Enhancement Technologies and Human Rights' Human enhancement technology involves neural studies for the overcoming of paralysis and brain lesions... READ MORE...

Media State

The Australian Network for Art and Technology presents a series of media art exhibitions, events, forums and workshops, which explore the connection between, and intervention of, media arts in our lives... READ MORE...

Biotechnological Art

The contemporary world is unequivocally transdisciplinary. So much so that the interaction between art, science, technology and society is an accepted path for the exploration of innovations... READ MORE...

Digital Ecosystems To Click Capacity

You have certainly heard about the singular convergence between evolutional dynamics and informatics. Probably you're not stranger to the definition of Alife, of artificial life, and maybe even the one about the genetic algorithm... READ MORE...

Bioart, Between Ethics And Aesthetics

By means of technology these days' sciences produce aesthetics images so it is not surprising the artistic field produces works which look like genetic engineering surgical procedures or laboratory experiments... READ MORE...

(Italiano) Bianco Valente: Alive Art Nel Relational Domain

(Italiano) Bianco Valente opera tra macchine intelligenti, paradossi, scenari futuribili e il mistero di quella fucina di crittografie ancora insolute chiamate cervello, con le sue immagini svaporate poggiate su strutture di una logica ineludibile. Arte elettronica? No. Limitante. I due artisti sono interessati a quella linea di confine che separa il vivente dalla sua riproposizione artificiale, alla vita nelle sue articolate relazioni, quelle che ormai da tempo suscitano l'interesse di tutta la comunitˆ scientifica; parliamo di dinamiche complesse, logiche vitali su cui anche l'arte sembra interrogarsi... READ MORE...