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NaturArchy Exhibition
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NaturArchy Exhibition

The Resonances IV exhibition on the theme of NaturArchy probes issues of deep ecology, sustainability and the decolonisation of nature. A number of art and science works explore and query the entanglement of human and non-human, green technologies and new materials, nature and law, ecology and economy, ancient and new knowledge.
TTTfellows: Art & Science Residency III
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TTTfellows: Art & Science Residency III

TTTfellows: Art and Science Residency is an hybrid artist and academic experimental project organized in three different seasons aiming to bring together one artist and one scientist for 4 weeks of interdisciplinary friction and Ionian environmental immersion. The organization offers accommodation in Corfu and a fee of approx. 1400 euros to cover expenses related with traveling and research, processed after arrival in Greece, to one scientist and one artist.
Future Tense: Art, Complexity, and Uncertainty
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Future Tense: Art, Complexity, and Uncertainty

"Future Tense: Art, Complexity, and Uncertainty", presented by the UC Irvine Beall Center for Art + Technology, is an exhibition and research project funded by the Getty’s 2024 PST ART: Art and Science Collide initiative. Culminating three years of collaborative artist-scientist residencies, Future Tense presents emerging and established contemporary artists who engage a myriad of complex systems, including robotics, evolutionary biology, data surveillance, global warming, and bacterial intellig...
Renaissance 3.0
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Renaissance 3.0

The exhibition presents contemporary approaches of artists who, on the one hand, continue the lines of research of the preceding renaissances and, on the other, open up new fields of research. It also features convincing parallel research or elective affinities between science and art. The focus is on a new culture of tools.
AI, Beni Culturali e Arte – tra ricerca e creatività – Terzo Workshop
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AI, Beni Culturali e Arte – tra ricerca e creatività – Terzo Workshop

Il 9 ed il 10 Febbraio torna il workshop organizzato da VisitLab Cineca dedicato alle interconnessioni tra intelligenza artificiale, beni culturali e arte. Più passa il tempo e più ci accorgiamo di quanto ci sia da raccontare su queste relazioni così feconde. Non abbiamo potuto perciò evitare di espandere l’evento su due giorni.
Collide Copenhagen residency award
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Collide Copenhagen residency award

Arts at CERN and Copenhagen Contemporary welcome proposals for the second edition of Collide Copenhagen. Artists and collectives from any country are invited to submit their proposals for a fully-funded two-month residency shared between CERN in Geneva and Copenhagen Contemporary.
Visioni algoritmiche. Dialoghi tra arte, scienza e tecnologia in celebrazione di Vera Molnár
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Visioni algoritmiche. Dialoghi tra arte, scienza e tecnologia in celebrazione di Vera Molnár

In occasione della mostra "Vera Molnár: Variazioni Icône" (23 novembre 2023 – 3 marzo 2024), l’Accademia d’Ungheria in Roma e il Museo Laboratorio di Arte Contemporanea della Sapienza Università di Roma, organizzano un seminario articolato in due pomeriggi: un’occasione per riflettere su temi e argomenti suggeriti dal lavoro dell’artista ungherese.
European Media Art Platform (EMAP) Residencies
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European Media Art Platform (EMAP) Residencies

With the support of the European Union’s Creative Europe programme, the European Media Art Platform continues its residency program for artists, artist duos, collectives or other artistic collaborations working in the fields of digital art, media art, robotic art and bio art.
ISEA2024 – Everywhen
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ISEA2024 – Everywhen

ISEA2024 sets out to explore human perception of timescales and challenge our understanding of past, present and future in the days of singularity and climate change – the Everywhen. The Everywhen is the concept of all time simultaneously present in a place and describes the notion that past, present and future are co-habiting any given location. Where many western cultures believe time is the constant and travels in a linear progression from now to then, First Nations Australians describe the b...
CMCC Climate Change Communication Award “Rebecca Ballestra”
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CMCC Climate Change Communication Award “Rebecca Ballestra”

The Award is open to individuals, teams or organizations, regardless of nationality. Eligible submissions must present projects, initiatives and tools that communicate climate change through various forms such as arts, theatre, video making, podcasts, music, photography, journalism, gaming, education, data visualization, editorial contents and the use of digital channels and tools. Scientific reports and capacity building projects are not intended as communication projects, therefore are not eli...
Creative Machine – Oxford Symposium 2023
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Creative Machine – Oxford Symposium 2023

Bringing together invited speakers from the worlds of computing, AI, art, robotics, and virtual and augmented reality, the symposium will address topics such as ‘AI and visualisation in scientific discovery’, ‘Can AI be creative?’ and ‘Curating AI and Digital Art’.
13th Beyond Humanism Conference (BHC)
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13th Beyond Humanism Conference (BHC)

Two years after the outbreak of the pandemic and the distance or hybridity it forced our lives into, the 13th Beyond Humanism Conference is taking place as a live event, returning to one of the crucial places for the development of the several Posthuman routes of thinking, the University of the Aegean, Mytilini, Greece.
Outsourcing Life
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Outsourcing Life

Humans have always been inspired by the living, representing, simulating and emulating it. Today we are witnessing the extension of life into a “Third Life” - being the “First Life” the biological life and the “Second Life” the life in the symbolic dimension - that expands Nature. This process is consistent with the progressive externalization outside the body of human functions and activities.
Surprise: you are now bound by the natural contract
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Surprise: you are now bound by the natural contract

In view of the urgency felt, the SciArt project wanted to delve deeper into the cultural, philosophical and epistemological ramifications of our attitude towards Nature, feeling that such a reflection is an essential element to bring about real change. It intends to tie together the latest understanding of science, art and culture within a sound vision that liberates our concepts of nature from obsolete assumptions.
Renaissance 3.0
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Renaissance 3.0

With the rise of technical media, a turning point had come: artists began to take an interest in the use of “scientific” tools. Today, both disciplines increasingly work with the same tools, methods, and programs. This common »pool of tools« points to the beginning of a new renaissance, similarly realized by the Italian Renaissance. Leonardo da Vinci discussed in his »Trattato della Pittura« (around 1500): "Se la pittura è scienza o no" and came to the conclusion: painting is a science.
Training School in the COST Project
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Training School in the COST Project

Seven applicants will be selected for this 3-day training school which will focus on ecologies of care by examining data systems that are more inclusive and allow engagement and cooperation in a non-hierarchical manner. It will investigate how data and systems can be used as tools for processes of shared and sharing subjectivities and will explore methodologies for creating ethical and unbiased data-sets, and/or setup networks that can help.
The emotions and art of the societal impact of research
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The emotions and art of the societal impact of research

In recent years, STI policy globally has increasingly focused on ensuring that researchers engage with wider stakeholders to deliver positive economic impact and address societal challenges. This reflects the growing societal expectations placed on research and innovation, and increased concerns about how well research systems are aligned with the changing needs of society. Demand for research with impact has generated changes in how research is funded, evaluated, organized and disseminated.
Artistic Intelligence? Making it together in the Multispecies World
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Artistic Intelligence? Making it together in the Multispecies World

With this panel, we encourage proposals coming from both academics and practitioners for creative/performative presentations (regarding curatorial practices and/or exhibitions and storytelling), interactive sessions (bearing on material objects), and/or traditional academic papers.
Prompt Generations – Exhibition in Virtual Gallery 3d
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Prompt Generations – Exhibition in Virtual Gallery 3d

La Generative AI Art può essere considerata una nuova forma di Media distinto dall’Arte Digitale “tradizionale”. Una delle principali differenze è il ruolo dell’artista nel processo di creazione. Nell‘Arte Digitale tradizionale, l’artista ha in genere un alto grado di controllo sull’opera finale, utilizzando strumenti e tecniche digitali per creare l’arte, per esempio codici di programmazione o interfacce grafiche. Al contrario, nella Generative Al Art, l’artista gioca un ruolo più indiretto, fo...

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