EMAP European Media Art Platform Round table: Future Life
What forms of "life" can we imagine in a future in which climate change and technological advance will have radically modified today's civilization? Artists Anna Dumitriu and Alex May in conversation with Amanda Wilson, researcher at the Department of Life Sciences at Imperial College, London.
EMAP European Media Art Platform Interview with Birk Schmithusen
The artist talks about his work Speculative Artificial Intelligence / Exp. #2, which investigates the creative capacity of Artificial Intelligence systems.
EMAP European Media Art Platform Anna Dumitriu & Alex May: ArchaeaBot
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A post singularity and post climate change life form
Image: Vanessa Graf
EMAP European Media Art Platform Future Life. Art, science and technology facing environmental challenges
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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
EMAP European Media Art Platform Residence: Anna Dumitriu & Alex May
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The artists will develop their project Archaeabot
Cryomicroscopy image under a scanning electron microscope. Image: Amanda Wilson, Imperial College
EMAP European Media Art Platform Residence: Stefan Laxness
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The artist will develop his project Identity and Aesthetics in a Rewilded Europe
Image: courtesy of the artist
EMAP European Media Art Platform Residence: Birk Schmithüsen
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The artist will develop his proposal Speculative Artificial Intelligence / Exp. #2
Image: courtesy of the artist
EMAP European Media Art Platform Presentation: Pervasive Eyes
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Virtual reality installation as part of the White Night of Xixón 2021
EMAP European Media Art Platform Presentation of the installation ArchaeaBot
20
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2018
A project by Anna Dumitriu & Alex May
Graphic Design: Goyo Rodríguez
EMAP European Media Art Platform Future Life
Images: Marcos Morilla

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EMAP European Media Art Platform Future Life
Images: Marcos Morilla

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EMAP European Media Art Platform Future Life
Images: Marcos Morilla

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

EMAP European Media Art Platform

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

EMAP European Media Art Platform is a European platform that aims to promote and disseminate the production of works by emerging European artists.

With the support of the European Union, this platform offers, through the EMARE European Media Artists in Residence Exchange programme, residencies for artists working in the digital field (including Internet and computer-based works), filmmakers and those working with performance, sound or video, robotics or bio-art.

The platform is made up of 11 European cultural institutions.

EMARE includes a grant of €3,000, a production budget of €4,000, free accommodation, travel expenses of up to €500, free access to the technical facilities and laboratories of the host institution, expert production advice and a public presentation, as well as the option to participate in the various exhibitions to be held at EMARE network members' festivals between 2018-2021.

For further information, please contact

http://www.emare.eu/

Project co-financed with the support of the European Commission
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Presentation of the installation ArchaeaBot
20
Sep
2018

A project by Anna Dumitriu & Alex May

Presentation: Pervasive Eyes
24
Sep
2021

Virtual reality installation as part of the White Night of Xixón 2021

Residence: Birk Schmithüsen
18
Mar
2019
23
Apr
2019

The artist will develop his proposal Speculative Artificial Intelligence / Exp. #2

Residence: Stefan Laxness
13
Jul
2020
11
Sep
2020

The artist will develop his project Identity and Aesthetics in a Rewilded Europe

Residence: Anna Dumitriu & Alex May
5
Aug
2018
1
Sep
2018

The artists will develop their project 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 ...

Anna Dumitriu & Alex May: ArchaeaBot
20
Sep
2018
11
Oct
2018

A post singularity and post climate change life form

Stefan Laxness investigates communal forests in the north of Spain and their potential for eco-sustainable transformation

Stefan Laxness, currently a resident artist at LABoral Centro de Arte, is developing a project called "Learning from the commons: A keystone towards a rewilded future

Interview with Birk Schmithusen

The artist talks about his work Speculative Artificial Intelligence / Exp. #2, which investigates the creative capacity of Artificial Intelligence systems.

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