April 19, Saturday, 17:30
Art and technology. A personal view
Taking her recent project "Five phonic circumstances and a pause" as a study case, Mexican artist Tania Candiani presents her perspective on the relations between art and technologies and on the development of new fields in visual arts.
"My creative processes continues linked with language, and my intention is increasingly oriented towards the materiality of sound, the idea of the automata, the possibilities of mechanisms and the sensible experience with architecture."
A discussion guided by Natalia Fuchs, the curator of the "Polytech Science Art: Science. Art. Technology" program in Polytechnic museum, be held after the lecture. The topics suggested for discussion are the limits and potential of art projects on the fringe between art and science, as well as possibilities for their institutional support and further development in both Russian and international contexts.
Entrance is free, space is limited, please arrive early.
ID is required for hire of the equipment.
Tania Candiani (México, 1974)
Mexican visual artist. She has developed an increasing interest in the relationships between art and technology, producing installations, machines and sound-scapes. Her work is found in private and public collections, such as those of the MCA (Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego), SDMA (San Diego Museum of Art), Mexican Museum (San Francisco), Deutche Bank, among others. Tania Candiani is a Guggenheim scholarship fellow in the Creative Arts category and she is part of the Mexican National System of Creators since 2012.
- Don´t Stop, 2004
- Pain is the sophistication of pleasure, 2007
- Organ, 2012
- Pianola, 2012