Three EMAP/EMARE artists are participating at LABoral exhibition When the butterflies of the soul flutter their wings, the opening of which is on Friday, Nov 27 at 7:00 p.m.
When the butterflies of the soul flutter their wings explores what potential can be found in art works that use neurotechnology, robotics or artificial intelligence. What can be evoked by art in relation to changing perceptions surrounding our understanding of the brain and the mind? What does art contribute to perception, thought, the emotions and multiple human and artificial intelligences? Through art, this exhibition aims to explore some of the expectations and questions raised by neuroscience and artificial intelligence. These fields are currently two of the world’s foremost research areas.
Curator: Karin Ohlenschläger
Artists: Guy Ben-Ary, Clara Boj & Diego Díaz, Daniel Canogar, María Castellanos & Alberto Valverde (EMARE 2020), Ursula Damm , Marco Donnarumma, Justine Emard, Emanuel Gollob, Mario Klingemann, Lancel/Maat (EMARE 2018), Laramascoto, Lisa Park, Miguel Ángel Rego Robles, and Birk Schmithüsen (EMARE 2019).