Earlier this year SFPC in NYC was the host to alt-AI, a conference organised by Lauren Gardner and Gene Kogan to highlight and question artificial intelligence through the lens of artistic practice.
Analog Gathering was created to give presence to those who were unable to attend the 10th anniversary of CIID, held at the beginning of September 2016. By experimenting with old CRT TV’s, a group of students developed an interface that combined the analog with the digital, and further instilled a sense of distance. Transmitted via the web, every […]
On the quest for new tangible interfaces Martin Hertig experimented with Zippers. The result is Zippy, a guitar bag transformed to a simple, but functional guitar.
Delving into the glorious ambiguity of human communication, “TLDR (Too Long; Didn’t Read)” is a group exhibition at Oakland’s B4BEL4B Gallery that explores text and language.
Metamaterials are engineered 3D cell grids that have properties that are not found in nature. Recently, a group of Hasso-Plattner Institute researchers (supported by a Shapeways educational grant) enhanced metamaterial design to include mechanical functionality.
New in the series of exhibitions organised by London’s data design agency Signal-Noise, “Place Your Bets” takes place at the Studio 2, 31 New Inn Yard, Shoreditch from Fri 16 until Tues 20 Sept 2016.
Presented by 3M with support provided by Accenture, Minneapolis Institute of Art is calling for submissions for Art and Technology Award which includes $25,000 in prize money and an additional $25,000 in development support, connections to industry expertise, resources and more.
The Organizing committee of Antarctic Biennale invites young and courageous creators to compete for joining the first art expedition beyond the Antarctic Circle as part of the 1st Antarctic Biennale.
Video of the much-anticipated collaboration between two Berlin-based greats – Christopher Bauder and Robert Henke at Berlin’s CTM 2016 festival.
Latest iteration of the “Big Browser” series of works by Japanese artist Akihiko Taniguchi. This time, the project takes a new twist by using it as a browser for the content of the exhibition using exhibition’s website. Further to this, Akihiko is virtually located on a Google Map, browsing the location of the gallery.
Continuing a series of works that question privacy in the age of mass surveillance, Aram Bartholl provides a few tips in the video below on practical and impractical things you can do to your phone.
Riffing on the idealism (and the dark underbelly) of modernist design, The House in the Sky is a recent installation by by Sascha Pohflepp and Chris Woebken exploring the limits of science, thought, and human perception.