Programma EYE on Art oktober

Lees hier het programma van EYE on Art in oktober:

Robots or artificial intelligence: the influence of technology on our lives is a trending topic in both academic research and popculture. Eye unites the two, debate and story, in an engaging Autumn programme.
Amongst others, interaction designer Pawel Pokutycki and researcher Julian Ross will share their thoughts on mankind vs computerkind.

dumb type
2 October 19:15
Since 1994, Ryoji Ikeda has been a member of ‘dumb type’, the artist collective that radically renewed theatre in the 1990s by introducing computer technology and multimedia.
Programmer, curator and researcher Julian Ross places the work of dumb type within the context of Japanese avant-garde and international sources of inspiration.

Works and Words: film and art from 1970’s Central Europe
9 October 20:30
Eye and De Appel are organising a special evening to mark the reprint of the original catalogue to accompany the Works and Words art event in Amsterdam (1979). The evening looks back on the celebrated art show involving artists from Central Europe, which also included a comprehensive film programme presented by De Appel and Holland Experimental Film.

Pioneers of Electronic Art + introduction by Pawel Pokutycki
16 October 19:15
Interaction designer Pawel Pokutycki (Royal Academy of Art, The Hague) gives his view on the history of computer art. From less known works of East European artists to early experiments of John Lasseter (Pixar).

Westworld: The Sonic DNA of robots and how Hollywood persuades us to love them
30 October 19:15
Lecture by Frank Mehring (American Studies at Radboud University Nijmegen). Are man machines servants of man or do they revolt against their makers? Do Silicon Valley and Hollywood prepare the global film audience to accept and embrace the human machine as an independent species?

Exhibition Ryoji Ikeda
Till 2 December 2018
Visual artist Ryoji Ikeda, a key figure in the world of electronic music, is famed for his overpowering live performances and mind-expanding audiovisual work. Ikeda had compiled a spectacular presentation for Eye that will immerse visitors in images and sound

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