The Regional S+T+ARTS Centers program brings together 12 partner organisations from 11 different countries led by the Belgian Cleantech Hub Snowball. The consortium partners – Snowball (BE), MAXXI Museum (IT), Art Hub Copenhagen (DK), STATE Festival (DE), Onassis Foundation (EL), In4Art (NL), MEET (IT), CCCB (ES), Ars Electronica (AT), Sony Lab (FR), Kersnikova (SI), CYENS
We are proud to announce that our OurkilO project, with the REPLA Micro-Factory and component library, the art-driven innovation start-up project that spun out of the Reboot&Reuse program, has entered the second phase of the European DigiCirc accelerator program for circular cities. For 6 months, we can make use of their trajectory and coaching to
VYX, the art-driven innovation of Prosthethic X, is selected for S+T+ARTS in Motion. A next step towards realising a responsible wearable.
Until March 18th, the Expression of Interest for the Better Factory project is open. Better Factory is a European Horizon 2020 research and innovation project that aims to enhance the innovation capacity of the European manufacturing landscape and bring it to the forefront of digital transformation. European Manufacturing SMEs, Artists, and Technology suppliers are invited to engage in a set
The project ‘Sensing CO2’ provides room for experimentation, to start a new body of work by Leanne Wijnsma, that will tap into human senses. Scientists continuously warn against the destructive impact of increasing carbon dioxide (CO2) levels. Yet, the rising numbers and their impact are hard to grasp as the change is continuous. To become
In4Art launches new explainer site for practitioners of Art-Driven Innovation. The website explains how the ADI-method works.
With the growth of technology also the access that people have to it changes, and it changes the capabilities and the opportunities technology offers to artists. That is why it can be very interesting to reflect on technological artworks from the past and to adapt or translate such works using current means. This is the
Experiments in Art and Economics (EAE residency) is a Short-term Residency Program by In4Art and ZKM | Karlsruhe, where we want to stimulate collaborations between progressive artists and economic re-thinkers. Bringing agents of two seemingly remote fields together under one roof and labeling it an experiment is not unprecedented. Especially when a critical point arrives in history,