A Companion to Digital Art is a collection of essays, edited by Christiane Paul that gives a good introduction to the definition and characteristics of digital art. The essays explore the histories, aesthetics, politics, and social context of digital art, as well as its relationship to institutions and its historicization, in terms of its presentation, collection and preservation.
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For this reading assignment I choose to read a part of Information Arts: Intersections of Art, Science and technology. I read part 4.1 Research agendas in mathematics and artificial life, more specific “Why is mathematics a Part of a Book on Science , Technology and Art ”.
The text begins with mentioning some similarities between mathematics and art as that they Read more →
I’ve always had a thing for outer space. It’s something about the unknown, vast expanse of stars and galaxies that is so mesmerizing, I could stare at it for hours. We will never discover every corner of the universe. We might not even discover everything in the Milky Way, and this to me, makes space even more mysterious and beautiful.
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is an interactive space consisting of numerous exhibitions where visitors can interact and immerse themselves in a ‘magical’ environment. High-tech interactive artworks in Future World are created in collaboration with teamLab, a renowned interdisciplinary art collective. It is here where we see a fusion and removal of boundaries between art and science. How appropriate it is to be held Read more →
Overall, the museum trip was quite fun and interactive. I feel that regardless of the age, one will definitely enjoy their time there. The exhibition comprises of different installations/exhibitions which are interactive in nature. The few mentioned below are some of my favourites because they are either aesthetic or playful in nature, bringing out the kid in everyone.
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Future World is an exhibition by ArtScience Museum and teamLab that features a collection of art installations and interactive projects suitable for both adults and children. The installations combine art, science, technology and culture to give the visitors a fun and enjoyable experience.
Future World consists of four sections: City in a Garden, Sanctuary, Park and Space. The main section is Read more →
The Space in Future World by Art Science Museum is an example of Experiential Design, from the way the works are curated and the manner in which visitors navigate through the space. The purpose of a successful and immersive space is the create an ‘umwelt‘ — a world of perceived reality that is unique to each Read more →
On 18 September we went to the ArtScience Museum Future World: Where Art Meet Science. Going back to one of my sources of inspiration for interactive art. You can read more about my initial impressions here. Visiting this amazing place for the fourth time!!
The experience of exploring art, science and connections between them which are inextricably bound is expressed Read more →
Future World is an exhibition at the ArtScience Museum consisting of various themed galleries. The installations are created by the Japanese art collective, teamLab. The collective consists of interdisciplinary artists and specialists, like architects, mathematicians, animators, who navigate the confluence of art, science, technology, design and the natural world.
The exhibition was made up of four segments: City in A Read more →
ArtScience Museum Future World is a themed gallery filled with futuristic interactive artworks, located beside the Marina Bay Sands. The entire exhibit is filled with the world of art, science, magic, and metaphor through a collection of cutting-edge digital installations. This interactive space is collaborated with teamLab, a renowned interdisciplinary art collective.
I’ll be doing an overview of the whole setup, Read more →