Live multimedia performance for string quartet, electronic music and panoramic visuals, based on the concept of “graphic sonification”.
December 17, 2014
Art and technology: It’s a pairing that tends to raise as many quandaries as it does possibilities. Many artists have embraced the brave new digital world, producing works that bend real-virtual world boundaries of materiality, interactivity and community. Net.art, virtual reality, hacking and social media are just a few of the new mediums of aesthetic and critical concern. Institutions have also begun to redetermine their relationships with digital culture [...]
With so many competing interests at play, it’s no easy task to parse what is really at stake when it comes to the ever-shifting borderlines between art and technology, let alone predict what the future may hold. Yet that’s exactly what a sold-out summit of technology experts, digital entrepreneurs, curators and artists from around the world attempted to do at Convergence: An International Summit on Art + Technology, held over a stormy and cold late-November weekend at the Banff Centre.
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