Alizée Armet in collaboration with Jakob Grčman

Alizée Armet is an artist and researcher with a PhD in Arts and Technology from the University of Basque Country. Her line of research tries to create a conversation between art and science and demystify the myth of nature and culture. Her practice integrates computers, 3D printing objects, digital impression and some ‘‘living materials’’ (plants, bacteria etc.) as part of the installation. Recent shows include Accè)s( Culture(s) Électronique(s) Billère (2022), Festival MEM Bilbao (2021), Basis e.v Frankfurt (2019). She received in 2021 a price “Cultures Connectées” from Nouvelle-Aquitaine region and she participated into international lectures Digital Ecology in practices Bonn (2022), SEMDI Bordeaux (2021), Renewable Futures Oslo (2021), and JIAS Madrid (2021)

Jakob Grčman is a musician, maker and pedagogue. His main points of interest are sonification, DIY synthesizers, 3d printing as well as art and science communication. He frequently gives workshops and is involved in various communities at osmo/za and Kersnikova Institute. He provided creative technical solutions for the following projects: ‘TerraPort’ by Dorotea Dolinšek, ‘ml-iso|la|ti|o|nis|mus' by Taro Knopp, 'Quorum Sensing' by Helena Nikonole and Lucy Ojomoko and 'Landscape Machines’ by Erich Berger. In collaboration with Vaclav Peloušek, he developed ‘Octosens’, a sensor interface and synthesizer. Works that he collaborated on were exhibited at Kapelica Gallery, osmo/za in Ljubljana and at Ars Electronica Festival in Linz.



Kersnikova Institute (Kapelica Gallery)