In partnership with CANVAS: Arts & Ideas on FBi Radio, DLUX Media Arts is launching a new program of discourse on art practices that operate at the intersections of science and technology.
'The Constellations' 2018 live conversations program will foreground and interrogate artists that take on non-human intelligences, robotics, screen culture, virtual reality, new digital platforms, health and medicine, data, community and storytelling, as well as speculations on the future possibilities of art.
We look into artworks that take on non-human intelligences, robotics, screen culture, virtual reality, new digital platforms, health and medicine, data, community and storytelling, as well as speculations on the future possibilities of art.
The Constellations will be available to audiences as both a series of live events held at 107 Projects, Redfern and as podcasts.
Where: 107 Projects
107 Redfern St, Redfern
When: 7pm, for 7.30pm start.
Register: Tickets are Free — RSVP here https://www.facebook.com/events/1513287182113536/
The Constellations 2018 Program
26 June, The Heart with artist George Khut & collaborators Angie Morrow and Katarina Ostojic, on 'Bright Hearts'.
31 July, The Pain with artist Eugenie Lee & collaborator Tasha Stanton, on 'Seeing is Believing'.
7 August, The Smells with artist Cat Jones & collaborators (TBC)
28 August, The Cells with artist Helen Pynor & collaborator Jochen Rink on 'The End is a Distant Memory'
11 September, The Earth with artist Grayson Cooke & collaborator Emma Walker on 'Open Air'
September (date TBC), The Soil with artists Lucas Ihlein and Kim Williams & collaborators on 'Sugar vs The Reef'
2 October, The Atmosphere with artists David Haines and Joyce Hinterding & collaborators on 'Soundship Descender'
30 October, The Data with artist Baden Pailthorpe & collaborator Aaron Coutts on 'Clanger'
6 November, The Bees with artist Nigel Helyer & collaborator Jan Willem Zwart on 'Oratorio for a Million Souls'
27 November, The Robot with artist Mari Velonaki & collaborator on Robotics
2018 Program curated by Bec Dean