• Date
      May 25, 2017

      Rafael Angel Bravo

      Colombia
      Beyond the variety, freshness of the product, low prices and the ability to bargain, among other advantages for the consumer, the gallery, a space in crisis in some cities, offers a great meeting space, whether with a neighbor, a friend or the seller, as with our own local, national and Latin American identity. As a common denominator and cultural treasure, this space becomes, in the current context of visual design, with expanding themes and possibilities, a field of action for study, conservation and a source of visual inspiration.
    • Date
      May 25, 2017

      Mario Humberto Valencia - Carlos Adolfo Escobar - Alejandra Osorio

      Colombia
      Collage is a project where the investigations converge NODOS Collaborative Creation Multimedia Event and 360 Virtual Reality Semi-Immersive Interaction Environment, which are carried out at the Sensor Laboratory of the University of Caldas. It is an interactive installation of collaborative creation, where sounds and panoramic photographs of the coffee landscape are arranged according to the following aspects: Coffee cultivation and natural heritage, Urban and Architectural Heritage, Human Capital; taken by professional and amateur photographers participating in the Collage Landscape 360 call (sensorlab.org/collage).  
      http://www.sensorlab.org/collage
    • Date
      May 25, 2017

      Hector Fabio Torres - Mario Valencia 

      Colombia
      The violent flooding on slopes that are detached and dragged down the slope to the bottom of the valleys, is what is called a huayco. In this event where water as an element or as a destructive and constructive event, transforms everything it touches, relating moments of precipitation, accumulation and flow. This work inspired by Octavio Paz's poem "Mar in the Afternoon" is an audiovisual experience with interactive elements that reveals the expressions of water through the experimentation of shapes, colors, soundscapes, visuals, bodily and artistic expressions. building reflective experiences of the energy and flow of water, exploring space as the container that demonstrates the instability and versatility of the precious liquid, reforming and transmuting the environment in turn.  
       http://sensorlab.org/
    • Date
      May 25, 2017

      Andres Burbano

      Colombia
      www.mediamaticsglobal.com

      There are many possible paths to begin to decipher the complex and rich web of relationships between science, technology, design and art in Latin America. If we think of privileged routes in the 20th century to explore this framework, the history of cybernetics is undoubtedly one of those. It has taken a long time for the legacy of cybernetics in different Latin American countries to be given the historical importance it deserves. However, at this moment we have an interesting series of investigations and publications that emerge clearing the tip of the iceberg of said history.
    • Date
      May 25, 2017

      Elizabeth Granados Salgado - Mario H Valencia Professor University of Caldas

      Colombia
      Fachada proposes an immersive interactive video space where visitors explore facades of our republican architecture thanks to the use of streaming technologies and natural interaction; The project gives a new look at spaces and places that, due to the daily movement, become invisible to our eyes. With the installation, an audiovisual copy of facades is created from the use of remote cameras arranged, in this case, through the city of Manizales, the images, initially static, reveal the events that occur in remote sites from the movement of the participants to the installation, as the attendees move through the space, the video and audio captured online becomes more evident allowing not only to better see the details of the facades but also the daily life around them.
    • Date
      May 25, 2017

      Fabian Esteban Luna  

      Argentina
      The workshop is located within the so-called Networked Music, where it is intentionally incorporated into information networks from which to propose collective musical developments. The modalities and resources discussed during the meetings will be based on the instructions and experiences resulting from the Poliedro project [on line] ( www.poliedronline.blogspot.com ), which is incorporated into the research project on "Collective creation in music mediated by new technologies", based at the Tres de Febrero National University, Argentina.
    • Date
      May 25, 2017

      Jose Luis Falconi


      Peru - USAProfessor at Harvard University. He is a curator and runs a Latin American art center. Holds colloquiums on Chilean art.
    • Date
      May 25, 2017

      Victor Margolin


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      One of today's foremost design historians and Professor Emeritus in the Department of History of Art and Architecture at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is founding editor of the design journal Design Issues, America's premier academic publication on design history, theory, and criticism.
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