Presentation of the installation ArchaeaBot EMAP European Media Art Platform
Several European cultural institutions unite with a common goal: to support emerging artists in creating new works.
Presentation of the installation ArchaeaBot Residence: Anna Dumitriu & Alex May
05
Aug
2018
01
Sep
2018
The artists will develop their project Archaeabot
Cryomicroscopy image under a scanning electron microscope. Image: Amanda Wilson, Imperial College
Presentation of the installation ArchaeaBot Future Life. Art, science and technology facing environmental challenges
20
Sep
2018
Round table programme with the participation of María Castellanos, Javier Cristobo, Anna Dumitriu, Alex May, Alberto Valverde & Amanda Wilson
Image of the International Symposium of Media libraries and Archives for the 21st Century. Image: Noé Baranda
Presentation of the installation ArchaeaBot
20
Sep
2018
A project by Anna Dumitriu & Alex May
Graphic Design: Goyo Rodríguez

Presentation of the installation ArchaeaBot

A project by Anna Dumitriu & Alex May

20
Sep
2018
19:30 to 21:00
Presentation of the installation ArchaeaBot

Graphic Design: Goyo Rodríguez

Anna Dumitriu and Alex May present the installation resulting from the research residency at LABoral, a prototype of an underwater robotic installation that explores the meaning of "life" in a post-singular and post-climate change future.

Based on new research on archeas (a group of unicellular microorganisms) combined with the latest innovations in artificial intelligence and machine learning, the artists have made a species that will survive the end of the world as we know it. The work is the result of collaboration with researcher/cryomicroscopist Amanda Wilson within the framework of the MARA project, which is based at Imperial College and the School of Computer Science at the University of Hertfordshire.

The residence is part of the first edition of the European Media Art Platform (EMAP), aimed at European artists working with new technologies. The EMAP programme aims to encourage collaboration between artists and institutions using these media. LABoral is part of the network of members of the platform along with ten other prestigious European institutions.

Before the presentation, the round table programme Future Life. Art, science and technology facing environmental challenges will take place.

Project co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union:

EMAP European Media Art Platform

Several European cultural institutions unite with a common goal: to support emerging artists in creating new works.

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