We have a great pleasure to invite you to the workshop led by a guest lecturer prof. Maria Cuevas Riaño from the Facultad de Bellas Artes, Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
Time: 10:00 - 16:00
Place: Pracownia P1, Wielka Zbrojownia
Subject matter: In contemporary art, Wearable Computing Art (ifacts) represent a form of expression and communication with unlimited development potential. The idea of incorporating technological elements into the design of creative processes has altered our perception of the project. The emerging artistic proposals merge art, science and technology. Artists have transformed their traditional concept of a work of art into the specification of a system capable of managing a complex set of concepts, experiences and know-how that enable them to design, not an independent physical object, but an interactive interface capable of being propositional. They propose the design of devices and systems capable of transmitting emotions, experiences and meaning.
The aim of this workshop is to investigate the situation of artistic practices located in the context of Wearable Technologies from the perspective of the creator, of the practitioner, in order to find artistic strategies that can highlight a new viewpoint of the situation.