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In the Pavilions, exhibitions and programs evolve in dialogue with scientific innovation and societal challenges, engaging visionary perspectives on our contemporaneity. Reaching beyond object-oriented curation, EPFL Pavilions blends experimental curatorship and contemporary aesthetics with open science, digital humanism and emerging technologies. In participation with its diverse communities, EPF

In the Pavilions, exhibitions and programs evolve in dialogue with scientific innovation and societal challenges, engaging visionary perspectives on our contemporaneity. Reaching beyond object-oriented curation, EPFL Pavilions blends experimental curatorship and contemporary aesthetics with open science, digital humanism and emerging technologies. In participation with its diverse communities, EPF

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"Landscapes of Four Seasons with Sun and Moon", late 15th Century, author unknownand the associated work,"Zooming the Co...
20/12/2021

"Landscapes of Four Seasons with Sun and Moon", late 15th Century, author unknown
and the associated work,
"Zooming the Cosmic Landscape", 2021
Interactive application of late-15th century CE Japanese National Treasure "Landscapes of Four Seasons with Sun and Moon", (2021). 49-inch touch screen. Digital scan: Foundation for Advanced Imaging Technology Research, Japan.
Courtesy Kongo-ji Temple, Osaka, Japan. Co-produced by AITReC and EPFL Pavilions

Part of “Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double”, an exhibition curated by prof. Sarah Kenderdine
On view: 17.09.2021 - 1.5.2022 at EPF Pavilions

These two standing screens are a Japanese National Treasure known as “Jitsugetsu-zu sansui-zu byobu” or the “Landscapes of Four Seasons with Sun and Moon”. This work is considered preeminent in the history of Japanese art and cosmology. The coupling of the Sun and the Moon has long been associated in Japanese culture with the ‘Onmyodo’ – the Way of Yin and Yang, and the complete space-time universe. And they are thought to have been displayed on an altar during the performance of esoteric Buddhist rites in Osaka’s Kongo-ji Temple, established in the mid-8th century CE. The temple remains the custodian of these sublime ritual treasures. The screens portray the classical Japanese understanding of the yearly seasonal cycle: the Sun watches over spring and summer on the right screen, while the Moon watches over autumn and winter on the left. A vast ocean occupies the center of the composition, and the seasonal landscape seems to swirl around it.

"Zooming the Cosmic Landscape", 202, an ultrahigh-resolution, 1200 dpi digital scan presented on an interactive monitor, allowing for intimate inspection of textures, patinas and geometry in RGB and infrared light.

Images:
1. @monicaantohi
2-4. @catherineleutenegger
5. “Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double” graphic - Knoth & Renner and Jakob Kirsch (Lamm & Kirsch)

A quick review of the Swiss Nationalmuseum's review of our "Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double exhibition, in French. Happy ...
20/12/2021
L’œuvre originale, un concept dépassé?

A quick review of the Swiss Nationalmuseum's review of our "Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double exhibition, in French.

Happy Monday and happy reading.

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Publicité pour l’original
Concernant les reconstructions virtuelles, il faut citer le cas d’école du temple antique de Palmyre, partiellement détruit par l’État islamique durant la guerre en Syrie, ici reconstitué en 3D avec la collaboration de l’entreprise française Iconem. Le public peut naviguer entre plusieurs «couches», expérience enrichie par une présentation de l’indispensable documentation de l’archéologue lausannois Paul Collart.

Mais les reconstitutions de ce type ne sont pas dénuées d’aspects problématiques, comme le relève une discussion avec l’archéologue syrien Hasan Ali. Ce dernier confirme l’impression laissée par la réplique de Notre-Dame, à savoir que lorsqu’on connaît l’original, la copie attise plutôt le regret de la perte.

L’histoire culturelle des derniers siècles et celle du tourisme culturel qui lui est associé attestent, en outre, que les reproductions et les copies stimulent l’envie de contempler l’œuvre originale. À partir du moment où l’on voit une copie de la Joconde, on veut absolument admirer l’original. Et on se garde bien de reconnaître qu’on ne la voit pas mieux au Louvre qu’en reproduction.

Mais les simulations, lorsqu’elles sont particulièrement raffinées, peuvent aussi avoir un but idéologique. C’est ce que montre actuellement un projet 3D chinois particulièrement complexe qui cherche à reconstituer les rituels confucianistes du tir à l’arc, avec l’idée, entre autres, de ressusciter ponctuellement l’histoire que la révolution culturelle maoïste a cherché à effacer. La simulation est ici au service de la production d’une identité nationale idéale.

To read the full review, check out the link below:
https://blog.nationalmuseum.ch/fr/2021/12/loeuvre-originale-un-concept-depasse/

Dans le monde de l’art, les copies n’ont pas bonne presse. Les simulations quasi parfaites qu’offre le numérique peuvent-elles changer la donne? C’est la question que pose une exposition à l’EPFL de Lausanne.

The "Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double" exhibition curated by our lead curator and director, Prof. Sarah Kenderdine, is mak...
15/12/2021
Echt war gestern

The "Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double" exhibition curated by our lead curator and director, Prof. Sarah Kenderdine, is making an impact all across Switzerland.

Thank you Landesmuseum Zürich for the visit and for the beautiful review.

A (translated) quote from the article:
(the article is in German)

"Copying as a gesture of power

We are already in the middle of a discussion to which we are made aware at the beginning of the course by means of a historical document. It is an international agreement dating from 1867. At that time, various European countries committed to using their works of art «for the benefit of museums in all countries» To have copies made. The impetus came from London's Victoria & Albert Museum, which at the time, at the height of British colonial rule, built up its arts and crafts collection. Based on the technological developments of the time, which included novel casting processes, the aim was to achieve the widest possible dissemination of the artifacts collected. One might call this cultural imperialism. But this is also about models of mediation and cultural exchange, as they are increasingly being discussed today from a different perspective. For example in connection with the return of works of art from former colonial states in European museums to their (mostly African) countries of origin."

https://blog.nationalmuseum.ch/2021/12/echt-war-gestern/?fbclid=IwAR2ogZk0Tn_wCZRIYEDSI81T1LR-Ac_f5vFlXBTuCt7DjTdjvx-64FCDg24

Kopien haben in der Kunst einen zweifelhaften Ruf. Können die fast perfekten digitalen Simulationsmöglichkeiten das ändern? Das fragt eine Ausstellung an der EPFL Lausanne.

This week at EPFL Pavilions13 Dec - 19 Dec, 2021EPFL Pavilions is hosting a few events this week, and we’d love to see y...
13/12/2021

This week at EPFL Pavilions
13 Dec - 19 Dec, 2021

EPFL Pavilions is hosting a few events this week, and we’d love to see you there.

Join us for a tour of the "Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double" exhibition, with guided visits on the following dates:

Free Guided Visit, followed by Debate - 14 December, at 5:00 PM
https://www.eventbrite.ch/e/evening-visits-with-apero-debat-at-satellite-bar-tickets-178167653247

Visite Guidée en langue Arabe - 15 December, at 2:30 PM
https://www.eventbrite.ch/e/deep-fakes-art-and-its-double-visites-guidees-en-langue-arabe-tickets-201518516307

Visite Guidée -libre entré - pour EPFL et UNIL staff - 16 December, 12:15 PM
https://www.eventbrite.ch/e/deep-fakes-art-and-its-double-guided-visits-staff-tickets-172174076297

ONLINE PREMIERE: Deep Fakes - In Conversation - Jeffrey Shaw - Thursday, Dec. 16, 6 PM
https://fb.me/e/1Ja1uE39b

Reclining Pan, 2018Oliver LaricPart of “Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double”, an exhibition curated by prof. Sarah Kenderdine...
09/12/2021

Reclining Pan, 2018
Oliver Laric
Part of “Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double”, an exhibition curated by prof. Sarah Kenderdine
On view: 17.09.2021 - 1.5.2022 at EPF Pavilions

Stereolithography, selective laser sintering, polyamide, polyurethane, pigments, aluminum base. 145.7 × 151.7 × 83.7cm. Courtesy the artist, Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin, evn collection, Maria Enzersdorf, Austria

Reclining Pan is a hybrid sculpture of stereolithographic printing with varied laser sintering and pigment coloring, in which Pan, the ancient Greek satyr, infamous for his lascivious promiscuity, reclines on a rocky base. As artist in residence at St. Louis Art Museum, USA, Oliver Laric was instantly drawn to create a doppelganger of the Reclining Pan, a circa 1535 CE sculpture attributed to Italian Renaissance artist Francesco da Sangallo. Derived from a 3D scan of the original produced by the museum, Laric’s iteration plays on the endless repetition of classical motifs and myths throughout art history.

Pan’s origins in Arcadia can be traced through the mimesis of his image in thousands of regenerations since the Etruscan art of 6th century BCE, and in the manifold Roman replicas of Greek marble originals. Da Sangallo’s work is post-original itself, being a copy carved from the remnants of an ancient Roman relief, formerly a fountain; its water spout still protruding from the gourd resting on Pan’s lowered arm. Half-man and half-goat, Pan also mirrors the material and aesthetic hybridization of Laric’s 3D-printed object, which is a composite of many printed molds, each with subtly variegated colors, textures and surfaces, some more transparent, others iridescent. Laric’s work is not so much an intervention as a simulation of a continuum in the ranks of the countless artists, including Peter Paul Rubens, who have copied this sculpture in print, sketch, paint and sculptural replica.

Oliver Laric’s work displays a deep fascination with animal-human liminality and hybridity, seen in numerous prior works. The artist’s use of 3D scanning and printing, which dates back to 2009, is a provocative gesture that questions the veracity of the post-original in a digital age. Further refuting the premise of art’s singularity and private ownership, Laric has made many of the 3D scans used in his work available to the public through his website threedscans.com where anyone can download and generate their own post-original on a 3D printer.

Images:
1. Catherine Leutenegger
2. Sarah Kenderdine
3. Monica Antohi
4. Catherine Leutenegger
5. “Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double” graphic - Knoth & Renner and Jakob Kirsch (Lamm & Kirsch)

#epflpavilions #deepfakes #3dprinting #3dart #3dsculpture #pan #greekgods #mimesis #replica #recliningpan #epfl #unil

December AgendaFrom exploring the “Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double” exhibition via free guided tours for the general publ...
01/12/2021

December Agenda
From exploring the “Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double” exhibition via free guided tours for the general public, catered visits for the EPFL and University of Lausanne student and employee communities, evening round table debates over a drink, to video premieres for the “In Conversation” series, we have a lot to keep you entertained on-site and online.

Dec 1- 2:30 PM – Guided Visit - Arabic
Free guided visit offered in Arabic led by researcher Khaled Alsaleem. He will help our #arabic speaking visitors discover the digital replicas of cultural heritage sites and objects from #Palmyra, #Syria.

Dec 2 – 6 PM – In Conversation - Patrick Michel, Unil - online video premiere - conversation topics for the interview were heritage, archeology, art and culture through digital experiences

Dec 4 - 11:15 AM - Saturday #freeguidedtour - open to all
Come on an adventure through far-off lands of art, archaeology and cutting-edge technologies as you explore our exhibition via our free guided tour.

Dec 9 - 12:15 AM – Lunch visit - for EPFL and UNIL #students only.
Free guided tour of the exhibition, followed by a complimentary vegetarian lunch.

Dec 14 – Digging Deeper – EPFL Pavilions & Satellite Bar
- 5:00 PM - Free guided tour followed by...
- 6:15 PM – Apéro-débat at @barsatellite.
*Free guided tour.
*Free drink offered to the guided tour participants

Dec 15 - 2:30 PM – Guided Visit - Arabic
Free guided visit offered in Arabic led by researcher Khaled Alsaleem. He will help our #arabic speaking visitors discover the digital replicas of cultural heritage sites and objects from #Palmyra, #Syria.

Dec 16 - 12:15 PM – Lunch Visit
Free guided tour of the exhibition, followed by a complimentary vegetarian lunch.
*This event is for EPFL and UNIL #staff only.

Dec 16 – 6 PM – In Conversation – Jeffrey Shaw - we'll be talking about digital art, the road from cave art to the Metaverse, preserving heritage.

Join us for a month filled with little #presents for all #artlovers.

To book your spot, check out the exhibition's page, with links to the free guided visits (reservation required) and online video premieres:

https://epfl-pavilions.ch/exhibitions/deep-fakes-art-and-its-double

#epflpavilions #deepfakes #lausanne #epfl #digitalart #digitalartist #heritage #archeology #palmyra #jeffresyshaw #unil

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01/12/2021
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Women Leadership & TechArtDecember 9 | 7am ET | 1pm CET | 5.30pm IST | 8pm SGTTaking a cue from Dr. Patricia Gestoso fro...
26/11/2021

Women Leadership & TechArt
December 9 | 7am ET | 1pm CET | 5.30pm IST | 8pm SGT

Taking a cue from Dr. Patricia Gestoso from the Kaspersky report saying “you can’t be what you can’t see” this Dialog seeks to discuss the trajectories of women leaders at various intersections of art and technology so as to make these paths visible to a new generation of women who might be drawn towards these fields.

Join Jahnavi Phalkey, Honor Harger, Natalie Kane, Giulia Bini, curator at EPFL Pavilions, and Rachel Uwa in discussion.

9 December | 7am ET | 1pm CET | 5.30pm IST | 8pm SGT

To register, please follow the link:
https://befantastic.in/dialog/

#womeninart #womenleaders #femaleleaders #techart #Kaspersky #epflpavilions #befantastic

Recreated Reality, 2021Collart-Palmyre Project, @unilch Part of “Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double”On view at @epflpavilion...
25/11/2021

Recreated Reality, 2021
Collart-Palmyre Project, @unilch
Part of “Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double”
On view at @epflpavilions
17.09.2021 - 6.2.2022

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980, the site of Palmyra, of which the Temple of Baalshamin is part, was destroyed with explosives by the Daesh/ ISIS group in 2015. Thanks to the numerous collected photographs, files, notes, letters and plans, the archives of Paul Collart are the best source in the world for documenting the sanctuary. The long-term preservation of this information, in a digital format accessible to all interested people, is an essential step in order to preserve the memory of the place. This cultural heritage is an important element for social cohesion and the reconstruction of identities in this post-conflict context.

This installation features four tablet-based works: an interactive map of the archaeological site of Palmyra with photos from the Paul Collart archive; a diachronic animation of 3D replica models of the Baalshamin sanctuary across the 1st century BCE to the 12th century CE; a portal to browse digitized archival documents in the ASA-UNIL database Tirésias; and a digital version of an excavation notebook from the Collart archives.

Project leads:
Anne Bielman, Patrick Michel. Interactive application concept: Patrick Michel. Research: Amélie Mazzoni, Valentin Michellod, Jenny Maggi. Interactive design: Sascha Fronczek. Application software: Nikolaus Völzow, Samy Mannane. Satellite images: UNOSAT and © Maxar Source: Department of State, Humanitarian Information Unit, NextView License. Co-produced by EPFL Pavilions

Once per month, we are offering also guided tours in #arabic. For details, check out the exhibition page via the #linkinbio

Photo credits:
1-4. @catherineleutenegger
5. “Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double” graphic - Knoth & Renner and Jakob Kirsch (Lamm & Kirsch)

#worldheritage #Palmyra #culturalheritage #epflpavilions #deepfakes #unil #epfl #collart #history #architecture #3d #photogrammetry #photogrammetry3dscanning #diachronic #Baalshamin . .

89 seconds Atomized, 2018Eve Sussman | Rufus Corporation and @snarkdotart  On view at “Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double”17...
22/11/2021

89 seconds Atomized, 2018
Eve Sussman | Rufus Corporation and @snarkdotart

On view at “Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double”
17.09.2021 - 6.2.2022
EPFL Pavilions

Live-stream video installation. 9:44 minutes x 2,304 atoms. Collection of the artist

In 2004, Rufus Corporation, Eve Sussman’s ad hoc company of collaborators, premiered “89 seconds at Alcázar”. Installed in a pitch-black room as a life-size projection with multi-channel audio, the piece reimagines the movement, gestures, sounds and psychology, leading up to and following the iconic moment depicted in Diego Velázquez’s “Las Meninas”. Conceived as a looping choreography (with choreographer Claudia de Serpa Soares) there is no clear beginning or end as the scene seamlessly unfolds and reassembles itself, playing with the conceits that have been the endless subject of debate: were Philip IV and Mariana in the room? Is the image on the back wall a painting or a mirror? What was Velázquez looking at?

In 2018, when Snark.art approached Sussman about creating a blockchain project she imagined appropriating her own artwork, shattering her final artist’s proof into thousands of pieces that could be shared and re-assembled. Each piece of “89 seconds Atomized” is a 20 × 20 pixel video (an ‘atom’) of the video art work “89 seconds at Alcázar”. An experiment in collective ownership and interaction, blockchain mechanics allow each atom owner to borrow atoms from the entire community to view “89 seconds Atomized”. The degree to which the image is re-assembled is dependent on the participation of the community of 89SA collectors. A rethinking of the unfolding and reassembling in the original artwork, “89 seconds Atomized” dives into the picture plane further dissecting the picture’s conceptual loop.

Images:
1-4. @catherineleutenegger
5. “Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double” graphic - Knoth & Renner and Jakob Kirsch (Lamm & Kirsch)

#evesussman #snarkdotart #blockchain #crypto #nfts #NFTs #video #installation #89SAcollectors #Deepfakes #epflpavilions #videoinstallation #89secondsatalcazar #89secondsatomized #lausanne #epfl #epflcampus

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Echt war gestern. Auch im Museum. Eine Ausstellung in den EPFL Pavilions in Lausanne zeigt die negativen, aber auch die positiven Seiten von Kopien, Simulationen und Täuschungen.
Don't miss out on the last Dialog Session on Women Leadership & TechArt by BeFantastic, presenting Giulia Bini, curator at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Pavilions ( EPFL Pavilions ). Hear more about Giulia's journey as an art historian working at the intersection of visual art, media, science, and emerging technologies, and the need for women to lead in the techart world.
L'Agenda 93 Novembre-décembre 2021 On y rencontre...: la Fondation Martin Bodmer, l'Usine A Gaz, les Ateliers d'ethnomusicologie - ADEM, l'EPFL Pavilions, La Ferme des Tilleuls, le TKM Théâtre Kléber-Méleau, Chappatte, la Ville de Vernier, l'International Menuhin Music Academy - IMMA, le Théâtre Alchimic, Les éditions demain, le Théâtre de Vidy, l'Oriental-Vevey, la Société Frédéric Chopin Genève, le Musée d'ethnographie de Genève - MEG, la Balik Farm, la Ville de Morges, Sandrine Spycher, la Galerie art&emotion et Histoires de Genève... Photo: Coraline Bouleau
Call for applications: EPFL CDH artist-in-residence program 2022—Enter the Hyper-Scientific. Fostering transdisciplinary encounters and collaborations between artists and the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)’s scientific community. Application deadline: November 29, 2021 #EPFL EPFL Pavilions
Digitale kuratorische Führung durch die virtuelle Ausstellung »Spatial Affairs« 04.11.21 | Donnerstag 18 Uhr, Dauer 60 Minuten Diese kuratorische Führung führt durch die verschiedenen Räume des Ausstellungsprojekts »Spatial Affairs«. Beginnend mit der physischen Ausstellung des Ludwig Múzeum Budapest und der Erkundung ihres digitalen Zwillings, folgen wir der Kuratorin Lívia Nolasco-Rózsás in den virtuellen Raum von »Spatial Affairs. Worlding« und entdecken dabei künstlerische Reaktionen auf Fragen der Räumlichkeit und Raumwahrnehmung, insbesondere in Zeiten der computergenerierten virtuellen Realität. Digitale Voraussetzungen: Stabile Internetverbindung, Videokonferenzmöglichkeit (Kamera und Mikrofon). Die Führung findet online per Zoom statt. Der Zoom-Link wird kurz vor Beginn der Führung verschickt. Mit Anmeldung über https://zkm.de/en/guidedtour-workshop/2021/11/digital-curatorial-guided-tour-through-the-virtual-exhibition-spatial-affairs begrenzte Teilnehmendenzahl Curators: Giulia Bini, Lívia Nolasco-Rózsás 3D, Code and Design: The Rodina (Tereza and Vit Ruller) Soundscape: Enrico Boccioletti ZKM - Zentrum für Kunst und Medien Karlsruhe EPFL Pavilions Creative Europe #beyondmattereu #creativeeurope #spatialaffairs #ludwigmuseum #zkm #epflpavilions
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DEEP FAKES Art and Its Double bis 6. Februar 2022 EPFL PAVILIONS, LAUSANNE Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double hinterfragt die Fähigkeit digitaler Kopien von universellen Kunstschätzen, beim Publikum eine dauerhafte emotionale Reaktion hervorzurufen. Diese Ausstellung unterscheidet sich von den zu Manipulations- und Desinformationszwecken eingesetzten Deepfakes dadurch, dass sie mit Hilfe modernster Computertechniken unterschiedliche Perspektiven auf die Objekte eröffnet. EPFL Pavilions Place Cosandey CH-1015 Lausanne https://epfl-pavilions.ch
⚡ 𝗚𝗜𝗙𝗙 𝗨𝗡𝗟𝗜𝗠𝗜𝗧𝗘𝗗 𝗫 𝗘𝗣𝗙𝗟 𝗣𝗔𝗩𝗜𝗟𝗜𝗢𝗡𝗦 ⚡ 𝙊𝙋𝙀𝙉-𝘼𝙄𝙍 𝙀𝙋𝙁𝙇 🍿 Au sortir de l’été, le GIFF opèrera son prochain virage sur le campus de l’EPFL avec des projections de films open-air en collaborations avec EPFL Pavilions. Le 22 et 25 septembre, ne ratez pas les projections The Congress - Ari Folman 𝗟𝗲 𝘀𝗽𝗲𝗲𝗰𝗵 🎬 Robin Wright (qui joue Robin Wright), se voit proposer par Miramount d’être scannée. Son alias pourra ainsi être exploité librement dans tous les films que la grande compagnie hollywoodienne décidera de tourner, même les plus commerciaux, ceux qu’elle avait refusés jusqu’alors. Pendant 20 ans, elle disparaîtra et reviendra comme invitée d’honneur du congrès Miramount-Nagasaki dans un monde transformé aux apparences fantastiques… Pour les billets, c'est pas ici 👉 https://bit.ly/39o6YZR
EPFL Pavilions presents Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double. September 17, 2021–February 6, 2022 #EPFLPavilions #DeepFakes #ArtandItsDoubles More info: e-flux.com/announcements/412323/
»TRUSTAI« goes Switzerland 🤖🇨🇭 Die am ZKM Hertz-Labor entwickelte Arbeit »TRUSTAI« von Bernd Lintermann und Florian Hertweck ist Teil der Ausstellung »Deep Fakes, Art and its Double«, die am Do, 16.09.21, in den EPFL Pavilions, Lausanne, Schweiz eröffnet wird. Das interaktive Medienkunstwerk »TRUSTAI« thematisiert in einem dialogischen Wechselspiel der Besucher:innen mit einer Maschine die Rolle des digitalen Wandels und seiner Bedeutung für uns Menschen und die Gesellschaft. Über das Werk »TRUSTAI« 👉 https://zkm.de/de/trust Zur Ausstellung in den EPFL Pavilions, Lausanne, Schweiz 👉 https://epfl-pavilions.ch/exhibitions/deep-fakes-art-and-its-double Bild: © ZKM | Zentrum für Kunst und Medien Karlsruhe, Foto: Bernd Lintermann
“Technology, Art & Culture” Conference at Verbier Festival, on Sunday July 18, 2021. Sharing insights on how technology is renewing and enhancing artistic and cultural experiences, Nicolas Henchoz, Director of EPFL+ECAL Lab, will take part in this conference together with Music critic Charlotte Gardner, Sarah Kenderline, Director of EPFL Pavilions (formerly ArtLab), and Martin Rohrmeier, Director of the Digital and Cognitive Musicology Lab. Sunday July 18, from 14.30 to 15.30, at the Cinema in Verbier. Free conference, register on https://www.verbierfestival.com/show/unlimited-2021-07-18-1430/
Last days to visit the exhibition "Nature of Robotics – An Expanded Field" at EPFL Pavilions (until 16 may 2021), with the participation of several ECAL graduates: Claudia Comte – BA Fine Arts 2007 Jürg Lehni – BA Media & Interaction Design 2002 + Post-graduate 2004 Adrien Missika – BA Photography 2007 Léa Pereyre (+PATHOS) – BA Industrial Design 2015 «Nature of Robotics: An Expanded Field» aims to highlight the state of art of the robotics discourse today in the Swiss academic context, as well as fostering contemplation on the expansion and impact of this scientific area in our imagination and its future uses for the understanding of our environment. https://epfl-pavilions.ch/fr/exhibitions/nature-of-robotics