Between 2015 and 2017 iMAL is participating to the RRI-ICT Forum project as one of the 7 partners. This European project was launched on January 1 2015 for a period of 3 years and aims at analysing, supporting and promoting the contribution of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) to, and the Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) approach in ICT research and innovation under Horizon 2020 (H2020), the programme of...
Marius Watz (NO) is an artist working with visual abstraction through generative systems. An autodidact, he dropped out of Computer Science studies to pursue visual work based on parametric processes. He is known for his bold use of colors and hard-edged geometric compositions. In 2005 Watz founded Generator.x, a curatorial platform that has resulted in a series of events related to generative art and design. Generator.x 1.0 was a conference at Atelier Nord in Oslo, accompanied by a travelling exhibition organized by the Norwegian National Museum that lasted until the end of 2007. A Generator.x concert tour of audiovisual performances was initiated in March 2006 and continues to this day.
Generator.x 2.0: Beyond the Screen was a workshop and exhibition produced in collaboration with the Club Transmediale 2008 festival in Berlin, focusing on digital fabrication and computational architecture. It ended with a public exhibition at [DAM] gallery, Berlin.
Along the years, Marius continued to explore digital fabrication technologies to create complex abstract forms and structures through generative software processes, to synthesize form as the product of parametric behaviors, to freeze ephemeral data structures into solid form.
In 2011, Watz was the first artist-in-residence at MakerBot Industries in the US (New York), a leading company in personal DIY 3d Printers. Watz is a lecturer at the Oslo School of Architecture and at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Department of design. He has given many workshops and lectures on topics like as computational aesthetics, live cinema and digital fabrication.
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Een viering van het Internet in de theatrale context van een analoge markt
Na Tokyo, Berlijn en Brussel komt de Internet Yami-ichi / Black Market naar het hart van Amsterdam. Dit fenomeen is een hoog geconcentreerde wervelwind van Internetkunst en -cultuur in de context van een markt vol producten...
Art Kill Art is publishing the source code of Égregore, a digital audiovisual performance by Cyrille Henry and Nicolas Montgermont supported by iMAL and presented at iMAL in 2011.
"Égregore source" is an edition that transpose a performance work of the chdh collective on digital media: the source code (Pure Data) of the "egregore" performance is made fully available as a software to download or as a usb key. Beyond the documentary aspect, this edition aims to exploit the physical...