Creative Disturbance

Jeremiah Gassensmith speaks to Roger Malina and Ritwik Kaikini about the mechanisms and application of proteins, bacteria and bioluminescence in the present world. If bacteria sing what would it sound like? How do we hear them?    

Direct download: jeremiahRogerritwik.mp3
Category:New Leonardos -- posted at: 1:01pm CST

Time & Space, between noise and signal, meeting with Kerstin Ergenzinger and Simon Stellmer

Artist Kerstin Ergenzinger and scientist Simon Stellmer discuss the perception of time from their respective backgrounds and how they converge on the deep philosophical issues that are raised.

They present and discuss their approach to art and to art and science collaborations and detail their specific project in relation to the FEAT residency.

 

Recorded by Annick Bureaud on September 8th 2016 in Linz during Ars Electronica, in the framework of the EU H2020 co-funded FEAT / Future Emerging Art and Technology project [http://featart.eu/index.php?id=5].

 

Jingles and sound design Jean-Yves Leloup, musics Carl Harms, David James Elliott "The Wire", Sergey Lopoukha "Lull" (Universal Production Music Publishing), Stefanski "Last Light Lament" (Atmos Production Music/UNIPPM) and "Nouvelles Machines" by Pete Namlook & Geir Jenssen.

Direct download: Kerstin_Ergenzinger-Simon_Stellmer.mp3
Category:Audiolats -- posted at: 2:46pm CST

Experiencing the tangibility of a single atom, meeting with Tommaso Calarco

Quantum physicist Tommaso Calarco discusses his relation to contemporary art and shares his experience of collaborating with the artist duo Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand in the art-science FEAT residency programme.

 

Recorded by Annick Bureaud on October 21st 2016 at Le Lieu Unique in Nantes at the exhibition of Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand "Le vide et la lumière", in the framework of the EU H2020 co-funded FEAT / Future Emerging Art and Technology project [http://featart.eu/index.php?id=5].

 

Jingles and sound design Jean-Yves Leloup, musics Carl Harms, David James Elliott "The Wire", Sergey Lopoukha "Lull" (Universal Production Music Publishing), Stefanski "Last Light Lament" (Atmos Production Music/UNIPPM) and "Nouvelles Machines" by Pete Namlook & Geir Jenssen.

Direct download: Tommaso_Calarco.mp3
Category:Audiolats -- posted at: 2:31pm CST

Artists Špela Petrič and MihaTuršič and scientist George Beckett talk about their approach to supercomputer and supercomputing in relation to the FEAT residency. They focus and agree on the place of collaboration between art and science and put human at the center of the priorities.

 

Recorded by Annick Bureaud on September 9th 2016 in Linz during Ars Electronica, in the framework of the EU H2020 co-funded FEAT / Future Emerging Art and Technology project [http://featart.eu/index.php?id=5].

 

Jingles and sound design Jean-Yves Leloup, musics Carl Harms, David James Elliott "The Wire", Sergey Lopoukha "Lull" (Universal Production Music Publishing), Stefanski "Last Light Lament" (Atmos Production Music/UNIPPM) and "Nouvelles Machines" by Pete Namlook & Geir Jenssen.

Direct download: Montage_Miha_Spela__George_2__habillage.mp3
Category:Audiolats -- posted at: 12:39pm CST

The December Previews Catalog [ENG]

The Two Guys with PhDs are back for their final Previews show of 2016, checking out the many solicits in the December catalog.

Direct download: ComicsAlternative-217.mp3
Category:The Comics Alternative -- posted at: 4:44pm CST

Vicky Isley and Paul Smith forming the artist duo Boredom Research and Thomas Schmickl, the project leader of the scientific research project subCULTron talk about their respective approach of artificial life, both "in vitro" (artificial virtual creatures in a computer environment) and "in vivo" (robots and more precisely swarm of robots in natural environments). They present and discuss their common ground and questions in relation to the FEAT residency.


Recorded by Annick Bureaud on September 10th 2016 in Linz during Ars Electronica, in the framework of the EU H2020 co-funded FEAT / Future Emerging Art and Technology project [http://featart.eu/index.php?id=5].


Jingles and sound design Jean-Yves Leloup, musics Carl Harms, David James Elliott "The Wire", Sergey Lopoukha "Lull" (Universal Production Music Publishing), Stefanski "Last Light Lament" (Atmos Production Music/UNIPPM), "Nouvelles Machines" by Pete Namlook & Geir Jenssen and the sound pieces "After Glows" and "Shake Flake" by Boredom Research.

Direct download: Boredom_Montage__habillage.mp3
Category:Audiolats -- posted at: 8:00pm CST

Ruth Jarman, from the duo Semiconductor, talks about how she and Joe Gerhardt are, in their art, looking for the language of science and man signature in nature. This journey is then built into their animation films and sound works. She presents and discusses their approach to art and to art and science collaborations and details their specific project in relation to the FEAT residency.


Recorded by Annick Bureaud on September 9th 2016 in Linz during Ars Electronica, in the framework of the EU H2020 co-funded FEAT / Future Emerging Art and Technology project [http://featart.eu/index.php?id=5].


Jingles and sound design Jean-Yves Leloup, musics Carl Harms, David James Elliott "The Wire", Sergey Lopoukha "Lull" (Universal Production Music Publishing), Stefanski "Last Light Lament" (Atmos Production Music/UNIPPM) and "Nouvelles Machines" by Pete Namlook & Geir Jenssen.

Direct download: Montage_SemiConductor_avec_habillage.mp3
Category:Audiolats -- posted at: 7:00pm CST

Creating a Space for the Black Woman Nerd: The Jamie Broadnax Experience

Jamie Broadnax joins Poe Johnson to discuss how growing up as comic book and video game fan while being a black girl led to the creation of the website and podcast: Black Girl Nerds. Additionally, they discuss the need for more inclusive voices and spaces within digital communities, and the relationship between fandom and social justice.

Direct download: Narratives_in_Dark_Culture_Jamie_Broadnax.mp3
Category:Narratives in Dark Culture -- posted at: 12:06pm CST

Social Technologies and the Human Project

Saulo FA Barretto speaks to Roger Malina about his life and his initiative for deploying a model for human development in vulnerable regions based on art, science and technology. http://www.ipti.org.br/en/projects/the-human-project/

He founded a research institute(http://www.ipti.org.br/) to develop solutions for social needs through various technologies and close interaction with the communities. 

 

Direct download: saulo_roger_Podcast.mp3
Category:New Leonardos -- posted at: 1:14pm CST

This podcast is a conversation with Peter Pirhosseinlou Iranian musician, sound artist ,and music organizer. My dialogue with him revolves around issues such as the relationship between music and meaning, the nature of meaning in music, and the audience’s musical experience. In his music, his main priority is to build a mutual bound with his audience as every other possible influence is conditioned to this bound. One of the main interests of the artist is the moments in music that he calls “happenings”,occurring in the process of  creating a musical piece and go beyond planned technical considerations and control-based techniques of making music.

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Category:Artisthinktive Iran: A Forum for Distinctive Thinking on Iranian Arts -- posted at: 11:30am CST