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What can artificial intelligence learn from dogs? 

MAJA SMREKAR AT CLICK FESTIVAL – MAY 18-19TH 2019 CONTEMPORARY ART, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY   As part of Click Festival 2019, artist Maja Smrekar will present her first Artist Talk on the topic of an ongoing practice based artistic research project – produced by Quo Artis (ES) and co-produced by Kapelica Gallery (SI) and The Culture Yard (DK) – which will […]

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Art in Zero Gravity: Eduardo Kac

By Santiago Fernández.
The artwork of Eduardo Kac (pronounced Katz) briefly summarized in this entry has some similarities with the previously reviewed works by Arthur Woods. Both were conceived for and carried out in a space habitat.

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Making Music in Space

In the midst of the space technology revolution – space tourism is expected to race within the next two years – a new generation of artists is wondering: Does art make sense outside the Earth? What will human culture be like in space?

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Art in Zero Gravity: Arthur Woods

By Santiago Fernández.
Following our series on pioneer artists creating art outside the limits imposed by gravity, it´s time to discover Arthur Woods. Unlike the artists previously mentioned in this blog, Kitsou Dubois and Frank Pietronigro, Woods didn’t take any parabolic flight.

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