Raquel Paricio

(Barcelona, 1968) Lives and works in Barcelona

A Fine Arts graduate, Paricio is currently devoted to art research and production. Her interests, related with the PhD she is currently preparing at the UPC, include the study of space, devices and interfaces helping to enlarge perception through work with applications of evolutive hardware in artificial life. Paricio currently manages the on-line project: www.res-qualia.net. On this subject, she has exhibited or published at: Transmediale, Planetary Collegium, Consciousness Reframed, Technoetic Arts, Leonardo on-line, IST, Mendel Art Gallery, Fundació Tapies, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Institute for Scientific Interchange foundation, ACM, Fundació La Caixa, KRTU, Complex System Network of Excellence, Computers & Graphics (Elsevier) etc. She was co-chair at the “Aesthetical Computing” conference, June 2007. Banff, Canada, and VIDA 9.0.

 

POEtic-Cubes, 2007/08

Interactive installation

banquete_nodos y redes
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Interactions between art, science, technology and society in Spain’s digital culture

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Sara Paniagua and Raquel López will lead the Cuerpo/LAverinto  workshop at LABoral, as part of the Danza Gijón  2011 programme Sara Paniagua and Raquel López will lead the Cuerpo/LAverinto workshop at LABoral, as part of the Danza Gijón 2011 programme

Taking place at the Art Centre’s Plataforma Cero from tomorrow, Tuesday, until Thursday 20th

Red Door Lab, new company in residence at LABoral  Red Door Lab, new company in residence at LABoral

It defines itself as a social innovation lab and will collaborate with the Art Centre in training, ...

Carmen Camacho will feature in a new master session in the Laboratorio de la PaLABra this Monday Carmen Camacho will feature in a new master session in the Laboratorio de la PaLABra this Monday

The Laboratorio de la paLABra aims to show how poetic language is a form of industrial creation

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