Technology is changing the way we make, experience and share our ideas. But how do artists use it to shape their craft and the way their audiences experience it? ART + TECHNOLOGY explores how creatives are bringing the disparate fields of ART + TECHNOLOGY together to reveal surprising works that belong to a whole new genre.
ART + TECHNOLOGY Episode 34: “Isn't the universe big enough?”
In the latest episode of ART + TECHNOLOGY, we meet Daan Roosegaarde a Dutch artist who’s work aims to connect people and technology to improve our daily lives and spark imagination. He is founder of Studio Roosegaarde, which develops projects that merge technology and art in urban environments.
Episode 36: “Is space the next artistic frontier? ”
In the final episode of the season of ART + TECHNOLOGY, we meet Nahum, an artist whose work combines outer-space technologies, illusionism, and hypnosis to create alternative perspectives of human experience.
He talks us through Matters of Gravity a space mission that saw 9 artist and a scientist reflect on gravity by its very absence. Experiencing weightlessness mid-air, they embarked on different art projects which were devised for the special flight. We also explore The Contours of Presence the world’s first interactive artwork in outer space. It explores the relationship and disconnection of two presences: a technological sculpture in space and the physical presence of an audience member.
After successfully completing a three-year television series called “Brilliant Ideas” which featured profiles of leading artists from all over the world, Bloomberg Media Group and Hyundai Motor Company have partnered for the brand new series, “ART + TECHNOLOGY” featuring emerging artists who have found a new art genre using technology.
Bloomberg Media Group and its partner, Hyundai Motor Company have a longstanding commitment to supporting contemporary art and this new video series project reflects that commitment and its wider values. Catch the latest episode on Bloomberg.com streaming globally from 7th May 2018.