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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...

Mario Savini: Arte transgenica. La vità è il medium

A cosa ci riferiamo quando parliamo di arte transgenica? In questo panorama spinoso, che più di tutti lega a doppio filo arte e scienza, filosofia e biotecnologie, questioni giuridiche e tabù ancestrali cerca di fare ordine il libro di Mario Savini “Arte transgenica: la vita è il medium”, edito nel 2018 da Pisa University Press.... READ MORE...

transmediale: new Artistic Director – deadline: 06/01/19

The transmediale Artistic Director’s central responsibility is the formulation of festival's artistic vision and its implementation on a content and structural level. The position requires the ability to critically examine topics at the intersection of art, technology, science, society.... READ MORE...

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Zombies can vote too: Sentience in memesis

The image of the digital zombie, that being absorbed by its phone who barely functions in public and is almost always rescued by another bystander has become a contemporary caricature of technology, and yet most of us do not remember the last three things we’ve reacted to. Article by Pierre Chaumont.... READ MORE...

“Xenogenesis” a science fiction of the present

What confrontations, complexities, critiques and conundra emerge when art adopts the perspective of the alien? The implications of this anthropic inversion proliferate throughout Xenogenesis, the first major solo exhibition of The Otolith Group in Australia, which brings together a cross-section of influential artworks from 2013 to 2018.... 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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