Future Mind 2: International Symposium on Art and Science on 2/18/2018
Future Mind 2: International Symposium on Art and Science
The “Future Mind 2” symposium will be held at Kyoto University on February 18, 2018. Distinguished media artists and researchers have been invited to discuss and exchange ideas about trans-disciplinary approaches combining art and science. Prof. William Latham (Goldsmiths, University of London) is well known for his pioneering evolutionary computer art at IBM UK. Prof. Olga Kisseleva (the Sorbonne) is an internationally renowned artist and a professor of contemporary art. Prof. Erkki Huhtamo (UCLA, Departments of Design Media Arts, Deprtment of Film, Television, and Digital Media) is a pioneering media archaeologist. Prof. Ken Rinaldo (Ohio State University, Department of Art) is internationally recognized for his interactive bio-art and robotic installations that blur the boundaries between the organic and inorganic.
Prof. Hiroshi Yoshioka (Kyoto University KRC) will act as a moderator at the symposium. The event will be conducted in English. There will be visual introductions of the artworks and activities. Please come learn about media art, scientific research, and artistic creation.
Date: Sunday February 18, 2018
Time: 10:00 – 17:00 (open 9:30)
Place: Kyoto University Inamori Center, Grand seminar room, 3F
Attendance requirement: We expect students, researchers, and artists
Language: English(no Japanese interpretation provided)
Registration Required: Please send an email to us with “Future Mind 2” in the subject line, and
1. your name, 2. affiliation at kokoro-event*mail2.adm.kyoto-u.ac.jp (please replace * with @)