Merging anatomy, fashion, and technology, each piece is created by hand and digital manufacturing technologies.
By depicting designs inspired by anatomy, this work communicates that, when we share our likeness and what is going on inside of us, an opportunity is offered for finding beauty within ourselves and connection with others.
The Exhibition Spaces are also busy from 18 to 21 July with FILE Workshop, a series of workshops and events which examine the creative use of different technologies.
Entrance to all the exhibitions and events is free. Bubbling universes The emergence of social networks has led to a multiplicity of events on a scale never seen before.
The unchecked proliferation of information has now reached an astonishing level and is stored in an unprecedented amount of storage, accessed by thousands of networked data devices.
This exponential increase in accessible information overwhelms us all in an incessant and overwhelming flow of concepts, images, opinions and desires.
Simultaneously, the sequence of the characters remains the same as in the “statement” state, but cannot perceived as pure characters anymore.
At top speed, the background blurs and warps, but the image of your dance-partner remains in focus.
From 18 to 30 July, the Exhibition Spaces present a variety of programs, including video art, media art and hypersonic art.
Also to be seen are some of the animation works and games, as well as the installation The Flooor, by Håkan Lidbo & Max Björverud.
No one is exempt from this cross-contamination, no discipline succeeds in remaining within set boundaries.
The proliferation of worlds and tendencies carries us into an indeterminate plurality.
When the installation reaches the interpretation state, the whole space changes into darkness and the surface is illuminated by four light sources, which are arranged around the installation.