Musion Academy screenings of holographic art by audiovisual artists
Titia Ex reveals the inspiration behind the gigantic “Flower of the Universe” at the entrance to Kinetica Art Fair
Graham Stevens – Art, Science, Law
This talk identifies key factors which maintain the artist’s freedom to continue making avant-garde art forms such as ‘noetic’ art, where the art image is formed only inside the head of the participant, and examines how the 3 titles of the triptych shown at Kinetica Art Fair 2012 relate to the artist’s work through time.
AV3 / Shaun Prickimage – Between VJing & Projection Art
Prof Arthur Miller – The Coming of a Third Culture
Arthur Miller is professor of history and philosophy of science at University College London; his talk will explore the interplay between art and science in the 20th and 21st centuries. How do collaborations between artists and scientists come about and how do these collaborations work? How does science affect art and art affect science? Are art and science fusing into a third culture and if so what will this third culture be like?
Christina Chau – Contemporary Conditions of Temporality in Kinetic Art
Christina Chau from the University of Western Australia argues that the relationship between kinetic sculpture and expressions of temporality has strengthened in the current climate of contemporary art. The increasing use of actual movement in both digital and analogue compositions of art provide a means for understanding, unpacking and processing this temporal climate.
Macu Moran presents a talk on the rise in popularity of new media art and the challenges of promoting and selling kinetic and electronic work. Macu is organiser of the Imagery Dimension Festival, an online festival for art and innovation.
Programme and timings subject to change. Admittance to talks and performances requires the FULL ticket, subject to space and availability.
Image credit: Laura Jean Healey – The Siren 2012