Quo Artis is an international non-profit organization that seeks to generate connections between art, science and technology, acting as a bridge between professionals in these fields.
The foundation curates, organizes and produces exhibitions, expeditions, conferences and workshops, as well as directing the production of projects on request and conducts research related to art and science
Yoi Kawakubo’s exhibition ‘Six Days After Forever’ opens on the 11th March 2022 in collaboration with the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB) at Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau. The exhibition shows a feature-long film installed alongside other objects in the room, exploring issues surrounding the ethics of genetic modification, the risks imposed nuclear radiation to human life and the ontology of human identity, whilst uncovering the long-imbued patriarchal bias latent in traditional narratives.
Da Vinci Labs is launching LEONARDO REBOOTED a grant to support the production of Art & Science projects. Aimed to artists and artistic collectives who produce ground-breaking artworks at the intersection of Art and Science. Curated and coordinated by Quo Artis.
An international cooperation project between Ars Electronica (AT), Leonardo-OLATS (FR), University of Barcelona (ES) and Quo Artis (ES) as lead partner.
What is a garden? Is it the same for a scientist, for a philosopher, for a visual artist, for a gardener, for the birds nesting in the trees and bushes, for the worms and bacteria in the soil, for the plants themselves? What is a garden for you?
From September 8 to 12 . Roots & Seeds XXI Participation in Ars Electronica Festival 2021.
Organised by Quo Artis in collaboration with the Botanical Institut of Barcelona. This is the first event of “The Traveling Plant” project, in which Artist Paula Bruna will present “Cruel of Tucuman”, an artwork/performance that reflects the ravages of our globalization on ecosystems, as well as the marked binarism and anthropocentrism that characterizes Western thought.
In the frame of Roots & Seeds XXI, Quo Artis organise “Multidisciplinary Garden Cartography BCN”. Based on round tables and transdisciplinary dialogues, we will analyse the biodiversity crisis with the intention of proposing sustainable ways of relating to nature.
Yoi Kawakubo is a Spanish-born Japanese artist based in London and Tokyo. He turned to artistic practice after receiving a degree in applied neuroscience. He creates photographs, moving images and sound installations intertwined with economic, social and philosophical reflections.
Vid Simoniti is a lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Liverpool, MA in Art, Aesthetics and Cultural Institutions. Topics of research include philosophy of art, history of American conceptual art, biotechnological art and, increasingly, visual culture in the digital…
Philosopher, art theorist, curator, professor at the University Paris 8 and invited professor at the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Professor of Logic and Philosophy of Science in the Department of Philosophy, where he directs MINT Lab (Minimum Intelligence Laboratory, specialized in Philosophy of Cognitive Science and Plant Neurobiology).