Digital art in the Information Age

Date:
10.07.2014
Format:
LECTURES
Place:
ZAL
Language:
English (Translation into Russian)

Arturo Castro, engineer and artist from Berlin, will speak about the impact oftechnology in contemporary art and the role of augmented reality in everyday life of the city

Arturo Castro is an artist, educator and engineer currently based in Berlin. He is one of the core developers of the open source toolkit for artists and designers openFrameworks. Currently he works on his own and collaborates with other artists and technologists on projects usually in the field of interactive installations. He’s main interests are related with open source culture in the context of artistic practices and technology literacy and his work has been exhibited in museums like Maison d’Ailleurs in Switzerland, the London Design Museum or Moscow’s Multimedia Art Museum among others.

The lecture is a part of Polytech at Strelka collaborative educational programme created by the Polytechnic Museum and the Strelka Institute. The program will include a series of events dedicated to popular science and new developments in contemporary art at the intersection where science, architecture and visual art collide. From May through September 2014, the Strelka Institute will host public lectures and seminars on science-art, as well as multiple activities for curators, artists and museum professionals.