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Presentations

Young Gallery Weekend 2019. (Al)most Life, after all

Presentation of the Collection and the production program for young artists developed with Hangar. September 2019.

http://younggalleryweekend.com/en/galleries/arts-santa-monica/

Young Gallery Weekend 2019. (Al)most Life, after all

Ars Electronica 2019. Out of the Box

Presentation of the Collection and the production program for artists developed with Hangar. September 2019.

https://ars.electronica.art/outofthebox/en/beep-electronic-art/

Ars Electronica 2019. Out of the Box

Mobile Week Barcelona 2019. Our Simple Relationship with Technology

Presentation of the Collection and the ATA (Advanced Technology Art) Program developed with Eurecat, Tycho Test One, Paul Friedlander. February 2019. In collaboration with Eurecat and Escofet.

https://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/museudeldisseny/ca/exposicio/la-nostra-senzilla-relacio-amb-la-tecnologia

Mobile Week Barcelona 2019. Our Simple Relationship with Technology

Ars Electronica 2018. Error, the Art of Imperfection

Presentation of the Collection and the ATA (Advanced Technology Art) Program developed with Eurecat, Tycho Test One, Paul Friedlander. September 2018. In collaboration with Eurecat and Escofet.

https://ars.electronica.art/error/en/the-beep-electronic-art-collection/

Ars Electronica 2018. Error, the Art of Imperfection

Ars Electronica 2020. In Kepler’s Gardens

Presentation of the Collection and the production program for artists developed with Hangar and the Institut Ramon Llull.

Due the pandemic the Festival was developed in a multi-site format with more than 120 nodes worlwide. Each node was called "Garden". The Ars Electronica Barcelona Garden, Uncertainty and Ecology, was developed by the Institut Ramon Llul, Hangar, UOC-ISEA 2022, OFFF and the .NewArt { foundation;}. September 2020.

https://ars.electronica.art/keplersgardens/en/uncertainty-ecology/

https://arselectronicagardenbarcelona.org

Ars Electronica 2020. In Kepler’s Gardens

Ars Electronica 2021 Garden Barcelona

 

For the second edition of this multi-site format, Ars Electronica Garden Barcelona brought forth A Digital New Deal

The main challenge of the new digital is to resist the transhuman capitalist dream of the digital as utopia, and to try and compose instead hybrid, bastard, problematic, metaestable and interdependent approaches to the digital media.

These Hybrid Times we are now living in have made us utterly aware of our interdependence, the state of being mutually reliant upon one another, as a form of symbiosis or mutualistic relationships to take into account. Merging the digital and online world with the analog and presential world needs also to relate and connect with the multiple layers of reality involved, from technopolitical infrastructures to ecosocial impact.

https://arselectronicagardenbarcelona.org

Ars Electronica 2021 Garden Barcelona
Ars Electronica 2022 Welcome to Planet B

Ars Electronica 2022 Welcome to Planet B

 

Welcome to Planet B – A different life is possible! But How? A festival takes on the challenging search for answers to the contradictions of our time.

After the two Ars Electronica Garden editions, in 2022 the .NewArt { collection;} was presented once more in Linz. From

 

September 7 to 11, in one of the largest stages for media art, an experimental field for the next generation, a showcase for creativity and innovation – a unique festival for art, technology and society worldwide.

https://ars.electronica.art/planetb/en/

.NewArt { foundation;} at Sónar 2023


Sónar celebrated its 30th Anniversary this year. As collaborators, we brought ‘Orbihedron’ by Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand to Sónar +D's Project Area. 

The Art & Science section of Project Area is dedicated to works that explore the intersection between research and creativity.

Hac Te presented 
Yolanda Uriz'
s 'Chemical Ecosystem', winner of the NASEVO 2022 scholarship in collaboration with Institut Ramon Llull and the .NewArt { foundation;}.

And in the gaming area, artist Albert.DATA presented the arcade version of his newest project S.F.I.D. along with a performance that took place at Sónar Village.

Chemical Ecosystem

.NewArt { foundation;} at Ars Electronica 2023

RANDA Art|Science Residency's, Andy Gracie, Massive Binaries.

The RANDA Art|Science Residency is organized by the Institut Ramon Llull and hosted by Ars Electronica and the Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST), in collaboration with the new hub of Art, Science, and Technology from Barcelona, Hac Te, and the NewArtFoundation.

The winner of the first edition was Andy Gracie, whose project *Massive Binaries* explored the extraction of knowledge from processes of merging and collision related to gravitational waves and particle accelerators. Gracie has been hosted at the Institut de Física d’Altes Energies (IFAE), from BIST.

 

The NewArtFoundation contributed to the production, preservation and exhibition of the artwork created during the residency.

https://ars.electronica.art/who-owns-the-truth/en/massive-binaries/

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