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.
During the Dutch Design Week 2020, Oct 17-25, the project Prosthetic X presents the first three proof-of-concepts of the prosthetics and the Data Donation Register. Since Prosthetic X envision an ‘artificial data organ’, consisting of interactive prosthetics that use sensitive data for communication and preventive health monitoring, it should be designed for privacy. Therefore, in parallel,
Starting October 1st 2020, the H2020 project Better Factory – grow your manufacturing business will be running for four years with In4Art as one of the 28 partners divided over 10 European countries. Better Factory will provide methodology for Manufacturing SMEs to collaborate with Artists to develop new and personalized products. At the same time
Did you know that solar panels have all the colours of a rainbow? That plants can interact with us through creating and powering their own light? And that technologies as AI can be used to predict our own creative next step? The newest editions to the In4Art collection let us reflect on above questions. They
Reboot & Reuse applied for CityLab010, because we want to realize Europe’s first ‘plastic as a service’ factory in Rotterdam. Our ambition is to create a closed material flow using bio plastic to print everyday tools and parts that can be reused (Reuse) or redesigned (Reboot) over time. How it started? Reboot & Reuse started
Collaboration between scientific, technological and artistic domains is gaining traction through the world, but actually building a successful cross disciplinary collaboration with a sustainable return for all parties involved is challenging. By gathering experiences from different programs such as the STARTS initiative and insights from international experts, the collaboration toolkit aims to provide an introduction
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