Posts in Field Experiments
Imperial Valley Opening

When: 13 September, 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?

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MATERIALIZE – AN ARTISTIC JOURNEY INTO THE QUANTUM UNIVERSE

What: ongoing thematic exhibition
When: 1 August - 1 October 2019
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, Markos Kay and Olaf Schirm.

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Opening: MATERIALIZE – AN ARTISTIC JOURNEY INTO THE QUANTUM UNIVERSE

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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Artificial Affinity

Extrapolating from today’s possibilities in AI and the life sciences, Artificial Affinity is a speculation on how we could aid wild species in more rapidly adapting to anthropocentric environments and vice-versa, increasing non-human animals’ chance of survival and giving their perspective a greater presence in the human world. 

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water_on_mars

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.

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