Thu, May 27 | Zoom

When Algorithms Are Making Waves

Art and Sociology Meeting Artist Gaëtan Robillard invites scientist Olivier Bonin for an online video conference. This exchange pursues an artistic investigation of climate change, society and the way algorithms shape the understanding of both natural and human environment.
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When Algorithms Are Making Waves

Time & Location

May 27, 12:30 PM EDT
Zoom

About the Event

Gaëtan Robillard is a visual artist and visiting professor at Gustave Eiffel University, East of Paris. He is also a doctoral candidate in University Paris 8. His theoretical research focuses on early generative aesthetics influenced by philosopher Max Bense, while studying its impact in today's visual culture. He is also involved in research programs such as Images Science and Technology (ESA Tourcoing), Laboratoire des Intuitions (ESAD TALM Tours) and Compart Center of Excellence Digital Art (University of Bremen). Since 2007 he has developed a body of films and installations in which mathematics, environment, climatology and semiology come into play. His artistic work has been shown internationally

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