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Contemporary Istanbul 2017 ||| Server Demirtaş

A master of creativity and construction, Turkish artist Server Demirtaş brings life to his artistic machines with intricate engineering. Desiring Machines intrigue with smooth, humanlike movements that maintain stark contrast to the robotic appearance of each creation.

http://serverdemirtas.com

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14.09.2017 – Human Aesthetics in Future Technologies – NTiCA #2 @ Contemporary Istanbul 2017

This panel will examine how human aesthetics as we acknowledge it today, experiences a shift with the development of software, robotics and artificial intelligence.

website : http://rlty.org/ntica2...
free reservation : http://bit.ly/NTiCA-2

Aesthetics has always been linked with the human's ability to feel emotions. Thus, can we consider aesthetics as something that is only related to the “human sphere”? If not, how do we frame it in a post-human, hyper-technologized society?

Within the context of contemporary art, we will discuss the possibility of aesthetics outside of an object-oriented discourse. And consider the existence of an immaterialized aesthetic of data offering a new format to work with reality.

We will also try to understand to what extent robots, Ai software, and algorithms will be able to create something that is entirely new.

Hence, ask if it is possible to consider technology as unlinked from the human, the organic?
Panelist

Alain Servais (Moderator)
Among the first collectors of digital art, Alain Servais has built up a highly versatile and forward-looking contemporary art collection.

Ahmed Elgammal
Founder and Director of the Art and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Rutgers University, New Jersey. The lab was formed five years ago and works on aspects of perception and cognition related to human creativity in order to develop artificial intelligence.

Jussi Parikka
New media theorist and Professor in Technological Culture & Aesthetics at Winchester School of Art (University of Southampton), Jussi Parikka is also Docent of digital culture theory at the University of Turku in Finland.

Els Vermang - LAb[au]
Els I. R. L. Vermang (1981) is an artist and curator based in Brussels questioning contemporary aesthetics and semiotics, though algorithmic and conceptual thinking.

This talk is a part of Contemporary Istanbul 2017 and is coordinated with the help of :
>> Vincent Matthu, co-founders of RLTY.
RLTY is an online resource and communication tool for the development of new technologies in the art market.
>>> Jacques Urbanska, co-founders of RLTY. Digital art(s) project manager at Transcultures. Media Artist, art curator, and fouder of a large information web network on « Art(s) + Science(s) » thematic.

The event is produced by RLTY, Transcultures - Media Arts Center, Art Acquisition Advisory and supported by Contemporary Istanbul

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NTiCA #2 - 14.09.2017 - Human Aesthetics in Future Technologies - Contemporary Istanbul ||| contemporaryistanbulCI Dialogues’ valuable speakers will discuss the new world's understanding of art and life in #architecture, #technology, #artoftaste and #artcollecting panels.
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14.09.2017 – Human Aesthetics in Future Technologies – NTiCA #2 @ Contemporary Istanbul 2017

This panel will examine how human aesthetics as we acknowledge it today, experiences a shift with the development of software, robotics and artificial intelligence.

website : http://rlty.org/ntica2...
free reservation : http://bit.ly/NTiCA-2

Aesthetics has always been linked with the human's ability to feel emotions. Thus, can we consider aesthetics as something that is only related to the “human sphere”? If not, how do we frame it in a post-human, hyper-technologized society?

Within the context of contemporary art, we will discuss the possibility of aesthetics outside of an object-oriented discourse. And consider the existence of an immaterialized aesthetic of data offering a new format to work with reality.

We will also try to understand to what extent robots, Ai software, and algorithms will be able to create something that is entirely new.

Hence, ask if it is possible to consider technology as unlinked from the human, the organic?
Panelist

Alain Servais (Moderator)
Among the first collectors of digital art, Alain Servais has built up a highly versatile and forward-looking contemporary art collection.

Ahmed Elgammal
Founder and Director of the Art and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Rutgers University, New Jersey. The lab was formed five years ago and works on aspects of perception and cognition related to human creativity in order to develop artificial intelligence.

Jussi Parikka
New media theorist and Professor in Technological Culture & Aesthetics at Winchester School of Art (University of Southampton), Jussi Parikka is also Docent of digital culture theory at the University of Turku in Finland.

Els Vermang - LAb[au]
Els I. R. L. Vermang (1981) is an artist and curator based in Brussels questioning contemporary aesthetics and semiotics, though algorithmic and conceptual thinking.

This talk is a part of Contemporary Istanbul 2017 and is coordinated with the help of :
>> Vincent Matthu, co-founders of RLTY.
RLTY is an online resource and communication tool for the development of new technologies in the art market.
>>> Jacques Urbanska, co-founders of RLTY. Digital art(s) project manager at Transcultures. Media Artist, art curator, and fouder of a large information web network on « Art(s) + Science(s) » thematic.

The event is produced by RLTY, Transcultures - Media Arts Center, Art Acquisition Advisory and supported by Contemporary Istanbul

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14.09.2017 - Human Aesthetics in Future Technologies - Contemporary Istanbul 2017

website : http://rlty.org/ntica2
free reservation : http://bit.ly/NTiCA-2

...

This panel will examine how human aesthetics as we acknowledge it today, experiences a shift with the development of software, robotics and artificial intelligence.

Aesthetics has always been linked with the human's ability to feel emotions. Thus, can we consider aesthetics as something that is only related to the “human sphere”? If not, how do we frame it in a post-human, hyper-technologized society?

Within the context of contemporary art, we will discuss the possibility of aesthetics outside of an object-oriented discourse. And consider the existence of an immaterialized aesthetic of data offering a new format to work with reality.

We will also try to understand to what extent robots, Ai software, and algorithms will be able to create something that is entirely new.

Hence, ask if it is possible to consider technology as unlinked from the human, the organic?
Panelist

Alain Servais (Moderator)
Among the first collectors of digital art, Alain Servais has built up a highly versatile and forward-looking contemporary art collection.

Ahmed Elgammal
Founder and Director of the Art and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Rutgers University, New Jersey. The lab was formed five years ago and works on aspects of perception and cognition related to human creativity in order to develop artificial intelligence.

Jussi Parikka
New media theorist and Professor in Technological Culture & Aesthetics at Winchester School of Art (University of Southampton), Jussi Parikka is also Docent of digital culture theory at the University of Turku in Finland.

Els Vermang - LAb[au]
Els I. R. L. Vermang (1981) is an artist and curator based in Brussels questioning contemporary aesthetics and semiotics, though algorithmic and conceptual thinking.

This talk is a part of Contemporary Istanbul 2017 and is coordinated with the help of :
>> Vincent Matthu, co-founders of RLTY.
RLTY is an online resource and communication tool for the development of new technologies in the art market.
>>> Jacques Urbanska, co-founders of RLTY. Digital art(s) project manager at Transcultures - Media Arts Center, Media Artist, art curator, and fouder of a large information web network on « Art(s) + Science(s) » thematic.

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14.09.2017 - NTiCA #2 - Human Aesthetics in Future Technologies - Contemporary Istanbul 2017

website : http://rlty.org/ntica2
free reservation : http://bit.ly/NTiCA-2

...

This panel will examine how human aesthetics as we acknowledge it today, experiences a shift with the development of software, robotics and artificial intelligence.

Aesthetics has always been linked with the human's ability to feel emotions. Thus, can we consider aesthetics as something that is only related to the “human sphere”? If not, how do we frame it in a post-human, hyper-technologized society?

Within the context of contemporary art, we will discuss the possibility of aesthetics outside of an object-oriented discourse. And consider the existence of an immaterialized aesthetic of data offering a new format to work with reality.

We will also try to understand to what extent robots, Ai software, and algorithms will be able to create something that is entirely new.

Hence, ask if it is possible to consider technology as unlinked from the human, the organic?
Panelist

Alain Servais (Moderator)
Among the first collectors of digital art, Alain Servais has built up a highly versatile and forward-looking contemporary art collection.

Ahmed Elgammal
Founder and Director of the Art and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Rutgers University, New Jersey. The lab was formed five years ago and works on aspects of perception and cognition related to human creativity in order to develop artificial intelligence.

Jussi Parikka
New media theorist and Professor in Technological Culture & Aesthetics at Winchester School of Art (University of Southampton), Jussi Parikka is also Docent of digital culture theory at the University of Turku in Finland.

Els Vermang - LAb[au]
Els I. R. L. Vermang (1981) is an artist and curator based in Brussels questioning contemporary aesthetics and semiotics, though algorithmic and conceptual thinking.

This talk is a part of Contemporary Istanbul 2017 and is coordinated with the help of :
>> Vincent Matthu, co-founders of RLTY.
RLTY is an online resource and communication tool for the development of new technologies in the art market.
>>> Jacques Urbanska, co-founders of RLTY. Digital art(s) project manager at Transcultures - Media Arts Center, Media Artist, art curator, and fouder of a large information web network on « Art(s) + Science(s) » thematic.

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14.09.2017 – Human Aesthetics in Future Technologies – NTiCA #2 @ Contemporary Istanbul 2017

This panel will examine how human aesthetics as we acknowledge it today, experiences a shift with the development of software, robotics and artificial intelligence.

website : http://rlty.org/ntica2...
free reservation : http://bit.ly/NTiCA-2

Aesthetics has always been linked with the human's ability to feel emotions. Thus, can we consider aesthetics as something that is only related to the “human sphere”? If not, how do we frame it in a post-human, hyper-technologized society?

Within the context of contemporary art, we will discuss the possibility of aesthetics outside of an object-oriented discourse. And consider the existence of an immaterialized aesthetic of data offering a new format to work with reality.

We will also try to understand to what extent robots, Ai software, and algorithms will be able to create something that is entirely new.

Hence, ask if it is possible to consider technology as unlinked from the human, the organic?
Panelist

Alain Servais (Moderator)
Among the first collectors of digital art, Alain Servais has built up a highly versatile and forward-looking contemporary art collection.

Ahmed Elgammal
Founder and Director of the Art and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Rutgers University, New Jersey. The lab was formed five years ago and works on aspects of perception and cognition related to human creativity in order to develop artificial intelligence.

Jussi Parikka
New media theorist and Professor in Technological Culture & Aesthetics at Winchester School of Art (University of Southampton), Jussi Parikka is also Docent of digital culture theory at the University of Turku in Finland.

Els Vermang - LAb[au]
Els I. R. L. Vermang (1981) is an artist and curator based in Brussels questioning contemporary aesthetics and semiotics, though algorithmic and conceptual thinking.

This talk is a part of Contemporary Istanbul 2017 and is coordinated with the help of :
>> Vincent Matthu, co-founders of RLTY.
RLTY is an online resource and communication tool for the development of new technologies in the art market.
>>> Jacques Urbanska, co-founders of RLTY. Digital art(s) project manager at Transcultures. Media Artist, art curator, and fouder of a large information web network on « Art(s) + Science(s) » thematic.

The event is produced by RLTY, Transcultures - Media Arts Center, Art Acquisition Advisory and supported by Contemporary Istanbul

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Today April 22st, on Facebook Live, at 5:30pm (CEST, Brussels, UTC+2)
ART BRUSSELS / Panel discussion: New Technologies in Contemporary Art
Moderated by Alain Servais Servais with JODI, Hampus Lindwall, Félix Luque Sánchez and Valentina Volchkova.

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22 April - Panel discussion: New Technologies in Contemporary Art
Moderated by Alain Servais Servais with JODI, Hampus Lindwall, Félix Luque Sánchez and Valentina Volchkova.
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