Garden of Earthly Delights

Serpentine Galleries

Freitag, 11. September 2020, 15:00 - 17:00
Alle Termine werden in der Mitteleuropäischen Zeit (MEZ / UTC+1) angegeben.
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Championing new ideas in contemporary art since 1970, the Serpentine has presented pioneering exhibitions for half a century from a wide range of emerging practitioners to the most internationally recognised artists of our time. Across two sites only 5 minutes apart, in London’s Kensington Gardens, the Serpentine Galleries present a year-round, free programme of exhibitions, education, live events and technological innovation, in the park and beyond.

Future Art Ecosystems Live

A series of online talks emerging from the launch of the Serpentine’s inaugural Future Art Ecosystems report.The first issue of Future Art Ecosystems, produced by the Serpentine R&D Platform in collaboration with Rival Strategy, addresses technologies’ impact on the arts and focuses on the new infrastructures being built around artistic practices engaging with these advanced technologies. In the spirit of FAE, these conversations aim to make visible the invisible infrastructures and systems behind artists’ work, as the report itself considers the future of art and technology from an infrastructural perspective.

1. Ben Vickers x Takashi Kudo (teamLab)
The Serpentine’s Chief Technology Officer Ben Vickers asks teamLab Co-Founder Takashi Kudo about the process of creating borderless artworks and growing a large scale art collective of over 600 people.

2. Kay Watson x Refik Anadol
The Serpentine’s Digital Curator Kay Watson speaks to Refik Anadol about his artistic experiments in artificial intelligence, architecture and data. Plus, Anadol gives a special tour of his LA studio.

3. Benedict Singleton x Rachel Armstrong
Benedict Singleton, Director of Design at Rival Strategy (co-producers of the FAE report) is joined by pioneering architect Rachel Armstrong for a discussion about Rachel’s experiments in living architecture and the
infrastructures which underline and inform her work.