On the occasion of Ars Electronica Festival, STUDIOTOPIA seizes the opportunity to present to the public the evolution of its Art&Science Residencies. Get a first glimpse at some of the projects, dive into the artists minds and studios and discover what eventually will lead to the STUDIOTOPIA, Art meets Science in the Anthropocene, travelling exhibition.
In the Framework of STUDIOTOPIA Art&Science Residency, artist Kuang-Yi Ku is collaborating with biologist Sofie Goormachtig, professor at Ghent University and a group leader of VIB center of Plant Systems Biology in Belgium. This new gives some insight into Sofie Goormachtigs work that inspired the collaboration with artist Kuang-Yi Ku.
STUDIOTOPIA Consortium has the tremendous pleasure of announcing the names of the Scientists and Scientific Committee Members selected to participate in our Art&Science Residency Programme.
STUDIOTOPIA is honoured to be part of the programme of Ars Electronica 2020 and to inaugurate its Art&Science Residency programme in its very own STUDIOTOPIA Garden. This is will be the first opportunity to meet the Studiotopia-artists through a series of online conferences, debates, visits of their studios.
Due to the global COVID-pandemic, STUDIOTOPIA launched its Art&Science Residency Programme during an e-Welcome Event in the framework of Ars Electronica Festival 2020. Founding partners, artists, selected scientists and members of STUDIOTOPIA's Scientific Committee gathered all together for the first time during an online conference.
A short progress update on the selection process of the STUDIOTOPIA Art&Science Residency.
In the course of almost two years, STUDIOTOPIA will offer 13 artists and 13 scientists a unique opportunity to collaborate together for a duration of seventeen months. Our residency programme aims to encourage scientists to exchange ideas, knowledge and methodologies with International visual artists while visiting their studios.