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Emergent Form
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Emergent Form

Emergent Form Toronto April 10-12 and Ottawa April 14 2018 A project by ArtSci Salon With the support of the Fields Institute, Ottawa Scienza (Italian Embassy) and the Centre for Drama (U of T). Apr. 12 reception kindly provided by the Istituto Italiano di Cultura Community Partners: BYOR Toronto What is Emergent Form? Emergent Form is an interdisciplinary multi-part event featuring discussions, performative lectures, performances and guerrilla exhibitions in Toronto (Apr. 10-11-12) ...
Evolutionary creativity. The inner life and meaning of art
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Evolutionary creativity. The inner life and meaning of art

Generative art is a key example of a general transformation carried on by many disciplines, which are going to populate our world with increasingly different subjects. [...] In mirroring nature and life, also the generative art forms and processes are leading to the advent of a “Third Life”, the life that little by little humanity is giving to its artefacts.
Luminous Bees. Danzando tra arte, scienza e tecnologia / Luminous Bees. Dancing among art, science and technology
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Luminous Bees. Danzando tra arte, scienza e tecnologia / Luminous Bees. Dancing among art, science and technology

[ITA] Le relazioni dell’ecosistema tra ricerca artistica, scientifica e tecnologia sono importanti per una maggiore consapevolezza e conoscenza e per affrontare i problemi complessi del mondo post-contemporaneo. [ENG] The ecosystem relationships among artistic research, science and technology are important for a greater awareness and knowledge in order to address the complex problems of today’s post-modern world.

Towards the Third Life

Humans also developed a wide range of artefacts, machines, entities that are quickly becoming more and more powerful, complex, autonomous, and independent. These could be defined to a certain extent as “living entities”, expanding the idea of life and of life forms. All this processes seem pushing forward the human biological, cultural, technical boundaries. How do they happen? Where are technologies based on? Can these processes give any glimpses on a possible evolution?

Interview with Bruno D'Amore

Interview with Elif Ayiter

Interview with Luis Miguel Girão

Interview with Roberta Buiani

Interview with Bill Seaman

Interview with Roger Malina

Interview with Pavel Smetana

Interview with Christa Sommerer

Interview with Annick Bureaud

Interview with Leonel Moura

Interview with Nina Czegledy

Interview with Alberto Abruzzese (Italiano)

Interview with Stelarc

Interview with Derrick de Kerckhove

Interview with Margarete Jahrmann

Interview with Jaromil

Interview with Laura Beloff

Interview with Alan Shapiro