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Hybrid:/Reflections on Science and Art/

In this year’s edition, we are focusing on different ethical perspectives of Science and Art collaborations, particularly in relation to the Life Sciences. We have thought of 3 distinct moments of reflection to discuss the differences, similarities, cross sections, juxtapositions in artists and scientists’ objectives, sensibilities and background knowledge.

1) Hybrids will present some projects that deal with different subjects, a portrait of life, and human, animal and cellular interactions

2) Reflections will be centred on laboratory experiences

Transmediale

Collaborative project with Shu Lea Cheang, 'Moving Forest'; a 12 hour 5 act sonic and visual performance to be intervened by an expandable citywide operatic manoeuver with public wifi and mobile technology. Derived from Kurosawa's film version of Macbeth (Throne of Blood, 1957).
Linda works with Processing (open source software) to generate flying arrows from mobile phone and web connections and splattered blood stains from input from scrying boards that pick up the invisible ever present electro magnetic fields our appliances and devices produce.

Transmediale

Collaborative project with Shu Lea Cheang, 'Moving Forest'; a 12 hour 5 act sonic and visual performance to be intervened by an expandable citywide operatic manoeuver with public wifi and mobile technology. Derived from Kurosawa's film version of Macbeth (Throne of Blood, 1957).
Linda works with Processing (open source software) to generate flying arrows from mobile phone and web connections and splattered blood stains from input from scrying boards that pick up the invisible ever present electro magnetic fields our appliances and devices produce.

INM-Institute for New Media

The INM-Institute for New Media is since 1994 operated by the Institute for New Media (IfNM) e.V. as an autonomous platform in the field of New Media research and development as well as internet applications and solutions. It was already founded in 1989 as a vanguard experimental laboratory for interactive New Media Art at the Städelschule, University of Fine Arts in Frankfurt, Germany.<br>
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URBANISTAN laboratory

ÚRBANSITAN LABORATORY was founded in 2005 by Ásta Olga Magnúsdóttir and Anna<br>
María Bogadóttir, a duo of urban adventurers exploring and experimenting<br>
with the connections between people and the physical and informational<br>
dimensions of the cities they inhabit. They live and work in Cape Town and<br>
New York respectively (but are currently united in their ultimate hometown<br>
of Reykjavik) and their work is presented internationally.

The Arts and Genomics Centre

The Arts & Genomics Centre is based at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Leiden Institute of Chemistry, Gorlaeus Laboratories, University of Leiden, The Netherlands. The Centre creates a platform for international artists, scientific researchers and professionals from business and government organisations in the aim to stimulate, initiate and supervise meetings, discussions, collaborations and exchanges.<br>
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Arts Catalyst

The Arts Catalyst commissions art that experimentally and critically engages with science. We bring together people across the art/science divide and beyond to explore science in its wider social, political and cultural contexts. We produce provocative, playful, risk-taking projects to spark dynamic conversations about our changing world.

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