[acc-cca-l] ArtSci Salon/ Art the Science invitation: Paint to
Programming: exploring the role of algorithms in SciArt. Tue.
Dec 4, 6pm-8pm
rbuiani at gmail.com
Tue Nov 20 11:16:42 MST 2018
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Paint to Programming: exploring the role of algorithms in SciArt
What Is The Role Of Programming In Artwork Creation? Is Programming Preliminary A Medium To Be Hidden To An Audience More Interested In The Interface Rather Than In Its Algorythmic Content ? Or Is It Both Medium And Content, Revealing The Inner Working, The Politics, And The Tactical/Strategic Uses Of Code And Algorithmic Complexity In A Culture Incrisingly Withdrawn From Its Crucial Implications?
Thanks to a collaboration between ArttheScience and ArtSci Salon, this event is meant to initiate a conversation to undertsnad the many uses of algorithms in artistic and scientific research, from ways to solve problems in fluid mechanics by drawing inspiration from the dripping technique of Jackson Pollock, to exploring and making visible the complex dynamics of the blockchain, to using algorithms to process and disp[lay data for science communication.
Join ArtSci Salon and Art the Science at Fields for an evening of presentation and discussion with:
<https://pixelsandplans.com/>Julia Krolik <https://artthescience.com/>: Exploring algorithms in SciArt
Owen Fernley <https://owenfernley.com/>: Creative coding
Sarah Friend <https://isthisa.com/>: Software as a medium
Bernardo Palacios Muñiz: <https://hyperallergic.com/169887/the-physics-of-pollock/> Modern painting: A fluid mechanics perspective
Moderator: Roberta Buiani
December 4th | 6pm-8pm
The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences
222 College Street | Room 230
Toronto ON | M5T 3J1
Please, RSVP here
Julia Krolik is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Art the Science, an organization dedicated to uniting and empowering artists and scientists to collectively advance scientific knowledge. As an exhibiting artist, focusing on science, art and new media, Julia has created works for CBC, the Ontario Science Centre, the Toronto Urban Film Festival and the Scotia Bank Photography Festival.
Sarah Friend is an artist and software engineer working at a large blockchain development studio. When not doing that, she creates games and other interactive experiences. Her practice investigates murky dichotomies - like those between privacy and transparency, centralization and decentralization, and the environment and technology - with playfulness and absurdist humour.
Bernardo Palacios Muñiz is a mechanical engineer and a researcher from Mexico City. His thesis at UNAM "Descifrando a Pollock: Arte y Mecánica de Fluidos" explored the technique inplemented by Jackson POllock through the perspective of fluid mechanics
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