Gamerz Festival

DIGITAL | ALTER OUVERTURE & VERNISSAGE

Vernissage, MERCREDI 13 NOVEMBRE à partir de 14H
Fondation Vasarely en présence des artistes
15e Édition du Festival des arts multimedia GAMERZ
http://www.festival-gamerz.com/gamerz15/

EXPOSITIONS | du 13 au 24 novembre 2019

FONDATION VASARELY :
Avec les ensembles monographiques :
« DEMAIN LES ROBOTS » FRANCE CADET
« L’INTRIGUE » FABRICE MÉTAIS
« MEME » OLIVIER MORVAN
« 3615 LOVE » PAMAL_Group
avec : JACQUES-ELIE CHABERT, EDUARDO KAC,
MARIE MOLINS, CAMILLE PHILIBERT
et les œuvres de :
JULIUS VON BISMARCK
JON RAFMAN
ANTONIO ROBERTS

OFFICE DU TOURISME :
Avec les œuvres de :
MANUEL BRAUN & ANTONIN FOURNEAU
ROBIN MORETTI & LESLIE ASTIER
ROBIN MORETTI & THÉO GOEDERT

Le Festival international des Arts Multimédia GAMERZ revient pour sa 15e édition cet automne du 13 au 24 novembre 2019 dans la ville d’Aix-en-Provence, après une pré-ouverture inédite et vibrante à Marseille. Le Festival GAMERZ déploie une programmation originale, internationale et résolument expérimentale en invitant de nombreux artistes à investir différents lieux de création contemporaine. Cette année, le festival interroge notre condition contemporaine en proposant la notion de « Digital Alter » comme axe de recherche et chantier artistique.

https://www.facebook.com/events/415769632671647/
https://www.fondationvasarely.org/expositions-et-actualites/les-expositions/

Signal and Noise

www.westminster.ac.uk/news-and-events/events/signal-and-n…

Signal and Noise is the second in an annual series of interdisciplinary exhibitions and talks traversing the fuzzy boundaries between science and art. Led by the University of Westminster’s Transmedia Cluster, this year’s exhibition showcases work from students and staff from across the Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design.

The title of the exhibition provides a thematic focus for the participating artists, who have explored it from a multitude of different angles and disciplinary perspectives. From a computer program that produces large-scale drawings by continuously reassembling the lines of an IKEA instruction manual to scientific methods to differentiate between the stars and the noise in a photograph of the dark sky, the exhibition brings together a collection of engaging, surprising and thought-provoking work. Artworks that alter and translate conventionally intelligible messages or concepts into data that make sense only to digital or analogue devices will enhance, or blur, the distinction between Signal and Noise. The work challenges us to consider the ways in which we selectively process the constant flow of data and information from the world around us.

The aim of the series is to promote a culture of collaboration across disciplines of art, science and technology, to create a new generation of practitioners who identify ideas through the blending of mediums and practices. A truly collective enterprise, the exhibition has also been planned, facilitated and curated by a cross-disciplinary team of students and staff.

Mixed Material

I Am Sitting In A Room and Interpretations of Reality are being shown at Mixed Material, which is a week-long showcase of experimental Black artists from across the UK. If you didn’t catch these at GLI.TC/H in Chicago come on down!

My Art School's better than yours

When

1st-5th November 2010, opening night November 1st from 18:30. More details here on FB‘s

Where

Fabrika Independent Arts Centre, Humberstone Gate Leicester, United Kingdom [map]