• Date
      May 29, 2023

      Post Nature: Art and Artificial Intelligence.


      Rolando J. Carmona | Venezuela - France , Andrés Moreno Hoffman | Colombia

      ‌What is the art world's response to the possibility of a hybrid ecosystem, a new state of nature? . The presentation reviews different works that show a new chapter for nature, betting on a non-anthropocentric relationship between biological intelligence, artificial intelligence and human intelligence.
    • Date
      May 29, 2023

      Ob Scena


      Dove Orlandini - Argentina

      ‌Ob Scena takes up academic texts on sexuality written by a psychiatrist in Cuba in the '80s and establishes a link with current pornography. A reflection on the place of social control discreetly infiltrated in the representation of sex.
    • Date
      May 29, 2023

      The cosmos inside the earth


      Monica Naranjo Uribe - Colombia

      ‌The artist, winner of the residency at the Exploratorio de Medellín, will share about her research "The cosmos inside the earth", developed in Yucatán Mexico, around the geological formations that predominate in this peninsula: the cenotes. From this research guided by the experience in the territory itself, the ideas arose that gave rise to the work "Times that are heard between them", currently exhibited at the festival as a result of his residency, and three previous works, two audiovisual and a sculpture, which he will also share in his presentation.
    • Date
      8 March, 2024

      Asher Remy-Toledo


      United States - Colombia

      Asher Remy-Toledo is a cultural producer based in New York City (born in Colombia) with over two decades of experience in the sector. He is the founder and current director of Hyphen Hub, a New York-based non-profit organization working at the intersection of art and creative technology. The organization creates live events, salons, and exhibitions focused on the new frontiers of technology, developing a broad global community of selected individuals and institutions at the forefront of emerging art and technologies.

    • Date
      8 March, 2024

      Cathie Boyd


      Ireland

      Cathie Boyd is an internationally respected director, producer and curator known for her ability to inspire others and her strong leadership of creative endeavour. With over 30 years of experience, she is able to work across art forms, from opera to music, digital arts and film. Raised in Belfast, Ireland, Cathie graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and set up Cryptic in 1994 with the desire to create innovative music and/or sound-based performances that would ‘ravish the senses’ of international audiences. Her many years of artistic practice include numerous international commissions and collaborations which have been presented in over 30 countries. Cathie has been instrumental in providing a key platform for artists around the world by creating Glasgow’s biennale Sonica Festival in 2012.

    • Date
      8 March, 2024

      Roberta Bosco


      Catalonia

      Roberta Bosco is a journalist, exhibition curator, investigator and teacher, specialized in contemporary art, electronic art and digital culture. From 1998 she writes in the diary El País where for 12 years she signs a weekly section on art and new technologies. She is correspondent from Spain of Il Giornale dell’Arte, the main Italian magazine of art and collaborate in numerous publications. She has curated various digital art exhibitions in main institutions and museums (CCCB, Macba, DHub, Arts Santa Mònica, ARCOmadrid) and participate in many juries. More information https://arteedadsilicio.com/acerca-de/

    • Date
      8 March, 2024

      Roc Parés Burgués


      Spain - Mexico

      Roc Parés Burguès (Mexico, 1968). Artist researcher in interactive communication. Committed to an interdisciplinary culture, which he defends for its emancipatory potential, he has explored the intersections between art, science, technology, and society. His poetic and critical experimentation with digital media has been exhibited and published internationally in institutions such as Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona, Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid, Tate Gallery in London or Ex Teresa Arte Actual in Mexico City, among many others. More information http://roc-pares.net/cv.html

    • Date
      8 March, 2024

      Ulf A. S. Holbrook


      Norway

      Interdisciplinary artist and researcher working with sound in a variety of media, including composition, improvisation, installation, programming, text, and research; with a specific interest of the representation of place and space through spatial audio, recording technologies, speaker design, geo-spatial methods, sonification, and software.

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