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Body Matters
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Body Matters

Body Matters aims to investigate notions of Body in contemporary architectural discourses. Always a fundamental in architecture, the body needs to be reconsidered on its own terms, as a creative, material and philosophical concern. Beyond historical materialism and phenomenological approaches in architecture, recent new materialism thought has proposed a cross-disciplinary endeavour to confront long-held assumptions about the relationship between humans, nonhumans and the world.
Design Culture(s)
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Design Culture(s)

Design Culture(s) is investigating not simply on the concept of culture as a monolithic expression of a specific knowledge that reflects on itself, but as the product of an investigation that is open to many different “Cultures” which are emerging and revolving around it in society, in the places and in history.
Technoshamanism. Ancestorfuturism, Cure and Health
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Technoshamanism. Ancestorfuturism, Cure and Health

We organise a party in London to support health center for indigenous health in Brazil, more specifically, the Pará Pataxó Village of Southern Bahia. We are inviting artists interested in the indigenous communities, health and cure to present their work in artists talks, workshops, performances / live music.
Noema, un’analisi su 15 anni di innovazione / an analysis on 15 years of innovation
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Noema, un’analisi su 15 anni di innovazione / an analysis on 15 years of innovation

[ITA] Social network, smartphone, biotecnologie, 11 Settembre e finanziarizzazione dell’economia gli elementi fondamentali nel rapporto tra tecnologie e società. [ENG] In the last 15 years social networks, smartphones, biotechnologies, 11 September and the financialisation of economy the main factors in the relationships among technology and society.
Subtle Technologies 2014. Open Culture in Art and Science – A reportage
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Subtle Technologies 2014. Open Culture in Art and Science – A reportage

It is that time of the year: Subtle Technologies Festival is back for a week-long ride to explore Open Culture in Art and Science. The theme this year is particularly timely: DIY-bio labs, hacker spaces and hacklabs, maker spaces etc… are popping up everywhere, new forms of sharing ranging from tools, to skills, to networks of solidarity to eliminate debt, to avoid eviction, or just to share a meal together are no longer rare.
Aesthetics of transition. New metric of the body
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Aesthetics of transition. New metric of the body

The arts, science and technology are experiencing a period of profound change. Explosive challenges to the institutions and practices of engineering, art making, and scientific research raise urgent questions of ethics, craft, and care for the planet and its inhabitants. Unforeseen forms of beauty and understanding are possible, but so are too unexpected risks and threats.
Use at your own risk
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Use at your own risk

[ITA] (english below) Opening della mostra "Use at your own risk", Ars Electronica Festival 2013 - Linz, 12.08.2013 Dal 5 al 9 Settembre 2013 aprirà la mostra "Use at your own risk" all'interno della 27esima edizione dell'Ars Electronica Festival a Linz, Austria. L'esposizione, curata per il settimo anno dall'Interface Culture Lab di Linz, che ormai è un ospite fisso del Festival ormai da più di sette anni. L'edizione di quest'anno vede la partecipazione di artisti emergenti provenien...

Interview with Marta de Menezes

Interview with Dalila Honorato

Interview with Adam Zaretsky

Interview with Jadwiga Charzyńska

Interview with Delma Rodriguez

Interview with Olga Kisseleva

Interview with Anna Dumitriu

Interview with Luz María Sánchez

Interview with Danielle Siembieda

Interview with Freddy Paul Grunert

Interview with Elif Ayiter

Interview with Roberta Buiani

Interview with Bill Seaman

Interview with Roger Malina

Interview with Christa Sommerer

Interview with Annick Bureaud

Interview with Leonel Moura

Interview with Nina Czegledy

Interview with Stelarc

Interview with Derrick de Kerckhove

Interview with Margarete Jahrmann

Interview with Jaromil