Artists & Robots 2017

Artists & Robots 2017

Artists & Robots 2017
Group Show

Curator : Jérôme Neutres, Director of Strategy and Development
at the Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais
Astana Contemporary Art Center (ACAC), Kazakhstan
53 Mangilik Yel ave, 010000 Astana, Kazakhstan

From June 10th to September 10th 2017
Open from 10am to 10pm

Artists : Memo Akten, Jacopo Baboni Schilingi, Michel Bret & Edmond Couchot, François Brument & Sonia Laugier, Miguel Chevalier, Demian Conrad, Elias Crespin, Michael Hansmeyer, Raquel Kogan, Peter Kogler, Lab[au], Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Leonel Moura, Nervous System, Quayola, Stelarc, Patrick Tresset 

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INTERNATIONAL SPECIALIZED EXHIBITION ASTANA EXPO-2017 PRESENTS

ARTISTS & ROBOTS is an original art exhibition project conceived by the Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais, and is the very first art show to explore a new page of art history: the robot as the artist. Throughout art history, many artists have dreamt of building a machine capable of producing art works.
ARTISTS & ROBOTS presents a selection of works made by art machines, through a variety of research techniques and mediums. In a spectacular and playful space of 733 sq meters, ARTISTS & ROBOTS is like an interactive journey through the dream of contemporary art machines.
The exhibition presents the different mediums and tools of those new art experiences: computers and generative algorithms, interactive artistic software; 3D printing; painting robots; drawing robots; sculpting robots. During the exhibition, some artworks will be made in real time before the visitors' eyes . The smell of the material, the sound of the engines, and the interaction with the machine, all the senses will be engaged.
Rather than addressing the theme of art and science, this exhibition aims to focus on the relationship between humans and machines. Using advances in technology to improve and renew the artists’ possibilities, ARTISTS & ROBOTS explores a style of art, which can be seen as the energy of the future for artists and art itself.