When: 18 June 2019, from 6:30 PM Wo: STATE Studio, Hauptstraße 3, 10827 Berlin
As part of the art show at the United Nations AI for Good Global Summit 2019, STATE and Kompetenzzentrum für Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft presented an exhibition showing artistic visions of a sustainable future with artificial intelligence in which AI expands human creativity and helps inspire and create positive impact. Returning to Berlin, the artworks Artificial Affinity and UNFINISHED are shown as part of Field Experiments at STATE Studio.
Are you curious about art, science and technology and a passionate event organizer, marketeer or a sharp-witted communicator and still studying? We are looking for an intern to support our gallery team!
When: 21. - 22. Juni & 5. - 6. Juli Where: Pfiffelbach, Ilmtal
Entwicklungen im Bereich der Biotechnologie eröffnen uns neue Möglichkeiten, doch stellen gleichzeitig unsere Beziehungen zu Umwelt und Natur in Frage. Wie wollen wir persönlich und als Gesellschaft damit umgehen? In einem zweitägigen Workshop wollen wir uns dieser Frage am Beispiel des Themenbereichs Kulturpflanzen widmen. Wir freuen uns über interessierte Teilnehmer*innen!
When: 28 June, 2019 Where: STATE Studio, Hauptstraße 3, 10827 Berlin
Lukas Marxt investigates in his work the dissection between a world interfered with and designed by humans over the natural order. The artist and filmmaker invites us to bear witness of an anthropocentric environment driven by exploitation and corporate interests but what are the consequences of human action for the ecosystem and how real are these landscapes we artificially create?
When: 5 -6 July, 2019 Where: STATE Studio, Hauptstraße 3, 10827 Berlin
The Jet Propulsion Theatre workshop helps popularizers and communicators of science better understand their audiences, tailor their messages to them, and convey ideas powerfully using storytelling and other performing arts techniques. Participants will leave the workshop with practical tools helping them to analyse and target their audience, identify key messages in their science communication in order to better convey their messages.
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.