Panagiotis Tomaras, Greece (1985): is a multimedia artist working with 3D video projection mapping, photography, film and spatialized sound. His work investigates the visual and audible mediums, through the development of light and sound environments. His later light installation Trans deals with our visual perception of space. Is focusing more on spatial recognition and the […]
How ArtScience will help me to fulfill my lifelong goal of becoming a forester is not yet clear to me. But who knows, my skills in artistic research might come in handy while out in the woods. In the meantime, until I’ve gathered the means to start building my own log cabin (mounted deer antlers included of course).
I approach my work in the spirit of the researcher, the viewer becomes a user and the engagement between the user and my work becomes an experiment. My experiments are not empirical because I am not interested in the data they generate, the outcome is the experience itself. In my current line of research I […]
Klara Ravat (Clara Lozano, Barcelona 1986) is an artist based in both Barcelona and The Netherlands. Her focus is in photography, video-art, film and performance, with which she tries to capture human behavior, life-style and identity. Her old-fashioned contemporary style does not let her decide between the analogue and the digital. Klara on the web […]
My name is Amelia M. Kaczynska and I’m a visual artist. I find moving image to be the most powerful and expressive language. I like that it combines the elements of audio with visuals to paint a more elaborate picture. Maybe non-verbal communication doesn’t provide the clearest understanding, but it gives instant insight. Body language, […]
Ludmila Rodrigues (Brazil, 1979) graduated in Architecture and Urbanism at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). Before coming for an artistic re-set in the Artscience Interfaculty, she was teaching art history and computer graphics at the NGO Galpão Aplauso, where youngsters from Rio’s favelas get in contact with art and new media. Read […]
Charlotte ’t Hart is an artist who uses the human body as a medium. This approach results in various performances investigating the bodies of both performers and audience. Her current research deals with the effect of a table on a group of people, where the proportions of the table influence the relations between this group […]
What concerns me most is the world view of the modern man, where a Scientific perspective seems to deny the possibility of a Spiritual or Mystical understanding of the world.
Pim A. van der Heiden is a Leiden-based artist who employs geographical strategies by means of urban explorations. In his actions he encounters the urban landscape in ways that invite toward an intentional consciousness; to intentionally experience public space in new ways. In his conceptions of the city, Pim is inspired by the ideas of […]
Nenad Popov is a media anarchist whose interests lie in, or better, between art and plain research. The output of these processes are live cinema pieces, sound installations, film installations, weird sound making contraptions, impossible collaborations and occasional parasitism on public cultural funds. Not just that: huge amount of written code, public and private, interfacing […]
My research deals with phenomena inherent in our natural surroundings (cycles, oscillations, entropy, and characteristics of light) and those that are part of our inner world (perception, imagination, consciousness). By manipulating the environment and its physical processes that the participant is exposed to, I aim to direct a dialog between the participant and the mediated environment.
Momoko Noguchi (Tokyo, JP) began playing the piano at the age of 4. At age 10 she began playing the cembalo, and by the age of 13 was studying harmony and composing her own music. She received her bachelors in composition from the TOHO GAKUEN college of Music in Tokyo, and, after finishing an additional […]
Sarvenaz Mostofey is a photographer and video artist born and raised in Iran. Her work explores the theme of public space and the ways in which the human body can move within constructed architectures. Her recent work consists of media installations that translate the sensory experiences of culturally significant locations into a multi-layered, immersive spectacles. […]
Marloes van Son plays with processes in both nature and technology. She builds systems in search for a fragile equilibrium between these two. While working as a ‘mad inventor’ she explores phenomena, experimental instruments, (interactive) installations and electronics. Her inspiration comes from working with the elements (water, fire, air, earth) combined with light, movement and […]
Daniel Berio ( 1978 ) is a programmer and designer from Florence, Italy. Coming out of years as a graffiti artist, his ArtScience research is an attempt at merging the aesthetics of his own style of graffiti letters with algorithmic art. He is developing generative graffiti algorithms whose output is fed to physical drawing machines and augmented with real-time projections, mixing real ink with projected light as a painterly medium.
Andre Cavalheiro has a background in Fine Arts, working with different mediums such as drawing, video and sound. He focuses on themes that revert to the use or abuse of technology, the contrast between the digital and the analog, and the nuances of manual and processed techniques. He plays with perception and reality, which he […]
Bonne Knibbe grew up in the south of the Netherlands, walking, cycling and riding horses through the hills. Moving to the flat, square-shaped, human-created landscape of The Hague and its surroundings was a profound change. When a space changes physically, it also changes the way we feel and move through said space. A space can […]
My long held fascination for symbols and diagrams has lead my work to
explore the notion of a universal language. Interested in the theories of mind…