Recent MRI research shows there is no such thing as a 'male' or 'female' brain. Brains cannot be divided into gender based categories. Some features of the brain are more common in men and some in women. Hardly ever is a human brain exclusively male or female. This research challenged how society divided people into categories and how it justifies treating male and females differently. What makes us feel male/female? Is it innate or imposed. Are we all simply just Human?
New Data as Culture exhibition brings the inner workings of code and craft to the ODI’s Shoreditch offices
From raves fuelled by computer algorithms, 'hacking' woollen jumpers and reviving primitive Inca data storage, the new Data as Culture exhibition exposes how modern and traditional crafts are built with code.
Exploring our body from its hidden micro bacteria to its digital incarnations, The Games Europe Plays – BODY<>TECH takes a playful look at how digital technologies are helping us to heal but can also disturb our well being. Presenting the works of interactive artists and game makers from the UK and continental Europe, the show envisions how we will inhabit and take care of our virtual and physical bodies in the future.
VICO is a dynamic device, a portable mini-archive of video that has been activated through different tasks and in different environments. As it was launched, it was articulated over a nomadic chassis that traveled to different places for its exhibition and operation. It then became an interpersonal hub, linking institutions and individuals, with the aim of researching current artistic audiovisual practices, the conformation of local identities, media-based political expressions and other sociocultural configurations of the mediasphere. Its objective has been to study and affect in different forms the cultural inertias of a collective visual memory in Mexico.
18 October 2015 (All day) - 31 October 2016 (All day)
63 variations on the body. Open call for Composers. 2nd edition.
AMAE/DE PINTO 58 (+1) INDICES ON THE BODY PROJECT.
63 variations on the body— Open call for Composers. 2nd edition.
Deadline October 31st, 2016
After the launch of the project on Soundcloud, featuring Jean-Luc Nancy’s recorded voice reading his treaty 58 Indices on the body, it was time to turn the text into music. For that reason, and in anticipation of the making of a documentary about the whole project, we opened a first call for composers to create a background track for each index/statement – written and recorded by the philosopher. It has been a success with more then 60 composers from all over the world sending us interesting compositions.
As we don't have completed the entire set of indices/statements we open the present new call to complete the 63 recordings.
Candidates will join our Soundcloud page where they can choose a statement, or more than one (up to a maximum of three), and develop a musical accompaniment while also sharing their track with other artists.
An unacknowledged discriminatory barrier that prevents those minorities privileged by class or financial resources from accessing the source of distributed power or responsibility, as exists within a...
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