This November, CYLAND MediaArtLab partners with Goldsmiths, University of London to open an exhibition exploring the twilight world of human/machine creativity, including installations, video and computer art, Artificial Intelligence, robotics and apps by leading artists from Goldsmiths and CYLAND. This exhibition continues to show exciting works by key international artists, Goldsmiths staff and selected students who use original software and hardware development in the creative production of their work which began in 2014 with the first Creative Machine exhibition.
The Creative Machine 2 Exhibition
November 8 – 18, 2018
Hatcham Church Gallery, Goldsmiths,
St. James, New Cross Gate,
London, SE14 6AD, UK
10 am – 6 pm
November 7 (Wednesday), 6 pm – 9 pm
Private view registration via Eventbrite
Curators: William Latham, Anna Frants, Elena Gubanova, Frederic Leymarie
Artists: Marina Alekseeva, Memo Akten, Laura Dekker, Alexandra Dementieva, Jake Elwes, Anna Frants, Alexey Grachev / Sergey Komarov, Elena Gubanova / Ivan Govorkov, Sergey Katran, Parashkev Nachev, Vitaly Pushnitsky, Annie Tadne, Nye Thompson, William Latham / Stephen Todd / Lance Putnam / Guido Salimbeni / Peter Todd, Andy Lomas and Brigitta Zics
Vision: An exhibition exploring the twilight world between human and machine creativity. The exhibition shows works by selected artists linked to Goldsmiths and artists from the CYLAND MediaArtLab based in St. Petersburg, Russia. Developed in association with the Youth Education Center at the State Hermitage and The Leonardo Journal, the works shown will include Virtual Reality Installations, Sculptures, Computer Art Installations, Video Art Installations and Machine Learning Art.
The exhibition will be accompanied by talks and panels led by Theodoros Papatheodorou.
For further information please visit creativemachine2.org.
Video by Nick Fenwick and CYLAND MediaArtLab