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13 Jun 2023 Announcement

Digital Arts Lab: When art meets tech

Digital Arts Lab

How does the way we think influence the way we build? This is one of the questions that artist Byrke Lou addresses at this year’s Digital Arts Lab at Aiming to break down the processes of complex scientific research and technology development, she invites all visitors to engage poetically with fundamental, contemporary questions.  

Byrke Lous' installations have been exhibited in some of the most important institutions of the visual arts, including Ars Electronica, documenta, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the Museo Reina Sofía and the Venice Biennale. 

Artist Mathieu Le Sourd, also known as MAOTIK, is a French digital artist focused on creating immersive environments, interactive installations, digital architectural sculptures, and audiovisual performances which play at the intersection of art, science, and technology.  

His interactive installation Bloom reacts to the movement and the gestures of the public. By using a laser touch interactivity, blooming digital flowers and a sound composition are generated according to the movements. Built as a parametric sound and visual architecture approach, the installation is presented as a system with a high process of random creation. In this sense, each interaction is unique and inimitable. 

Another highlight in our Digital Arts Lab will be an installation by artist Mollie Burke. Mollie is a multimedia artist interested in systems of perception and control. Through installation, sculpture, and painting, her work explores the complex entanglement of entropy and order through embodied and affective means. Much of her work deals with digital culture and the screen as a social space. 

Are you ready to see the world through different eyes?