During June and July, the founders of In4Art will be talking on different stages related to our Art-Driven Innovation projects and the S+T+ARTS residencies within the projects Better factory and Repairing the Present.
In4Art is part of the consortium ‘Healthy living as a service’ bringing in Prosthetic X and VYX as part of the NWO KIC ‘Lifestyle and Living Environment’ research grant.
Ready to experience Transnational Activation of Simultaneous Touch [TAST] – 19 May 2022 – 22 May 2022 at V2_ in Rotterdam by Marnix de Nijs
calculators show how big the ‘Trees Park’ should be to compensate for your digital behavior (such as emailing or video calling). In addition, tips are given to start immediately with sustainable use of the internet.
After reviewing over 300 eligible applications from artists based in 40+ countries, each of the 21 S+T+ARTS Repairing The Present residencies has found a match. As In4Art, we our proud to share the two winners for the S+T+ARTS residency ‘Repairing the Present’ in the Netherlands, that will start their experiments and explorations in February 2022.
Prosthetic X started in 2019 as a research project around the question: ‘How might we increase health and beauty on the outside of our bodies’. After 2 years of research and experimentation, it will be presented as a speculative installation on Nov 26th 2021, opening the dialogue about e-health and data privacy through the exploration
Until Nov 21st, the Open Call for Repairing the Present is open, and we are callingall international artists that want to be catalysts for change and activecontributors to innovation to apply. Let’s think globally and act locally to repair the present and build thefuture we need. 12 Regional S+T+ARTS Centers from 11 different countries have
The last months, In4Art and Phygital Studio teamed up as OurkilO and participated in the DigiCirc* accelerator program on circular cities. On September 8th, 2021 we were awarded with an 100k investment to realise our plans and ambitions. What began as an artistic exploration late 2019 with Bastiaan de Nennie, where we explored at V2_, Lab for the Unstable