Art is going to space.
Art Spaceship is launched.
through the gallery
The Digital era has transformed the very essence of the way we live, as well as our perception of materiality and space. Art as a reflection of the changes in society gave momentum to a new medium of expression – digital art. Now we are on the verge of a new, space era, where intangible and technological digital art is assonant with the development of humankind. Like the golden disk sent to extraterrestrial civilizations with Voyager in 1977, we will send a new message to the Universe.
Ancestors watched the starry sky and created legends, which lived on up to the present. Now we are creating a new symbol of the art of the future – the digital Art Spaceship, that will bring art to new horizons.
Artist, theorist and curator, a pioneering figure of New Media Art. MoBen’s work freely explores media boundaries, from virtual reality to large-scale public art installations, on a socio-political and philosophical perspective.
Widely awarded (Golden Nica and more than 25 international awards), and exhibited in major international Museums of Contemporary Art, biennials and festivals in 26 different countries, he gave around 400 lectures and keynotes around the World.
With the Brain Factory and Value of Values, Transactional Art on the Blockchain, MoBen is now focusing on the “morphogenesis of thought”, between neuro-design and crypto currencies.
Maurice Benayoun is a full Professor at the School of Creative Media, CityU Hong Kong, founder of the Neuro-Design Lab.
She is co-founder, managing partner and co-owner of LIQUIFER. She is an internationally renowned space architect, design researcher and educator. She has pioneered the field of “space architecture” in Europe and is a founding member of the Technical Committee for Space Architecture (SATC) of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).
Barbara was a participant of the Antarctic Biennale 2017 and the expedition of the TBA-21 Academy as part of the SUPERFLEX project “Deep Sea Minding” in the South Pacific 2018. In 2016 she served as a simulation astronaut during the Mars simulation of project MOONWALK in Rio Tinto, Spain.
She designed for the EDEN ISS greenhouse in Antarctica, for the first operational European simulator SHEE – Self deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments, she works with additive layer manufacturing technologies using local lunar resources to print 3D lunar habitats.
(Ph.D) is a scholar and contemporary art curator specialized in the analysis of the relationship of artists with new technologies and media. He is currently the curator of SODA Gallery in Manchester and lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University.
He is also the director of the Art Section of the Maker Faire-The European Edition and Art Consultant at Paris Sony CS Lab. Valentino has been the founder and the artistic director of the Rome Media Art Festival (MAXXI Museum), Art Project coordinator at Fondazione Mondo Digitale.
Valentino has curated exhibitions in important museum and private Galleries such as Hermitage (San Petersburg), Minnesota Street Project (San Francisco), New York Media Center, Stelline (Milano), MAXXI Museum (Rome), Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome), Ca’ Foscari (Venice), New Dheli Italian Cultural Institute (India), among others. He is the author of “Media Art. Prospettive delle arti verso il XXI secolo. Storie, teorie, preservazione” (Mimesis, 2016) and “The Artist as Inventor” (Rowman & Littlefiled, 2021).
She is the co-creator of dada.art. In her spare time, Judy writes about film and other topics. Her work has appeared in The Americano, Los Bárbaros, Digital Trends, Fusion, La Jornada Semanal, Out, Reforma, Saveur, and in her own blog, I’ve Had It With Hollywood. Originally from Mexico City, she currently lives in New York.
DADA is one of the pioneer projects to tokenize rare digital art on the blockchain. DADA is implementing The Invisible Economy, an alternative economic system for artists in which art-making is separated from market transactions, allowing artists to create and experiment freely while receiving a basic income for their contribution to the community.
DADA’s live drawing performances have been shown at the Tate Modern in London, CADAF New York and Miami, the Renaissance 126.96.36.199 art show in Rome, and Gallery Geste in Paris, among others.
He is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Design at Universidad de los Andes, in Bogota, Colombia. Burbano holds a PhD in Media Arts and Technology from the University of California Santa Barbara, and is a visiting professor at the Danube University in Krems, Austria. “Burbano, originally from Colombia, explores the interactions of science, art and technology in various capacities: as a researcher, as an individual artist and in collaborations with other artists and designers.
Burbano’s work ranges from a documentary video (in both science and art), sound and telecommunication art to the exploration of algorithmic cinematic narratives. The broad spectrum of his work illustrates the importance, indeed the prevalence, of interdisciplinary collaborative work in the field of digital art.
She is an artist and engineer. In her practice, Xin creates experiences and artifacts to measure the distance between personal, social and technological spaces in a post-metaphysical world: gravity and homeland, sorrow and the composition of tear, gene sequencing and astrology. She has an affinity towards science and technology while remaining vigilant about its idolatry.
Xin is currently the Arts Curator in the Space Exploration Initiative in MIT Media Lab, a member of New INC in New Museum and a studio resident in Queens Museum. She is also an artist-in-residence in SETI Institute.
She is recipient of numerous awards and residencies, including Forbes 30 under 30 Asia, the Van Lier Fellowship from Museum of Arts and Design, Sundance New Frontier Story Lab, inaugural Europe ARTificial Intelligence Lab residency and Pioneer Works Tech Residency. She is an advisor for LACMA Art+Tech Lab and a faculty member at The Terraforming, a new research program at Strelka Institute in 2020.
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