When: 1 August, 6:30 pm Where: STATE Studio, Hauptstr. 3, 10827 Berlin
To celebrate 70 years of Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft STATE collaborates with Fraunhofer-Netzwerk für Wissenschaft, Kunst und Design creating the interdisciplinary showcase MATERIALIZE – An artistic journey into the quantum universe with works by Andreas Jungk, Luca Pozzi and Olaf Schirm.
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water_on_mars by Gabriele Neugebauer and Birds on Mars expands Neugebauer's photographs with a technological perspective: For more than one week they trained an AI, a “generative adversarial network” (GAN), to learn form, color, and space of water by analyzing 200 of Neugebauer’s photos. The photo series illustrates how the AI apparently further develops motifs and creates new fictitious water worlds.
As if to shape a giant organism, Stefan Wischnewski links fishing gear to shape a seemingly living matter. For the current display at the STATE Studio, convex mirrors are installed to give a perception of motion to the static installation.
In Amanda Tasse's short film Mira, the immortal jellyfish accompanies a marine biologist in her dives and contemplations. Struggling with the cognitive consequences of temporal lobe epilepsy, the protagonist immerses herself in the undiscovered wonders of the deep sea.
The short film Managed Retreat by video artist and photographer Nathan Kensinger ties on global coastal management strategies. It depicts the first official New York project, which started relocating the human habitat to the inland in order to restore natural areas for the benefit of the ecosystem and stop further coastal erosion.
The Society of Nontrivial Pursuits developed an ensemble of hypothetical deep-sea inhabitants. They form a “utopological” network of beings who negotiate behavior shared among themselves thanks to a coded collectivity.
Narciss, by Christian Mio Loclair, is an AI seemingly reflecting on its own existence. The artwork is built as a machine that analyzes its own physical embodiment with the sole purpose of describing its thoughts while looking at itself.