CERTAINTY - Media Technology Exhibition
Do you know your brain is similar to a JPEG?
Is our feeling of knowing 'knowledge' itself?
What if society works exactly how you would want it to?
Summary exhibition and events CERTAINTY
Hosted at V2_Lab for the Unstable Media, Rotterdam
Opening: December 12, 17:00-19:00
Exhibition: December 13, 12:00-21:00, and December 14 & 15, 12:00-18:00
Lecture by Aleksander Väljamäe: December 14th, 15:00
What’s Next? with Thijs Eerens and Marion Tränkle: December 15th, 15:00
The Media Technology team invites you to this year’s Statement to Experience project exhibition with the title CERTAINTY. Media Technology students are encouraged to develop a playful and creative approach towards science. The Statement to Experience project challenges students to translate their own science-inspired statements into works that communicate these statements as experiences within the exhibition. The overall theme for this year’s exhibition project is CERTAINTY . The students work in groups, each with their own process. The exhibition project has three phases. First, students are asked to search for scientific insights that relate to the theme certainty. After sufficient exploration they are asked to formulate compelling statements related to their findings. Once this stage is completed they translate their statements into works that convey their statements as experiences.
Click here to read about the students' CERTAINTY-related sub-themes.
Exhibition host: V2_
The host for this year’s exhibition is V2_, Lab for the Unstable Media in Rotterdam. V2_ is an interdisciplinary center for art and media technology that produces, archives and publishes research at the interface of art, technology and society.
Free admission. The final works are exhibited on December 13th, 12:00-21:00 and on December 14th & 15th, 12:00-18:00.
The official opening of the Statement to Experience project exhibition takes place on Thursday December 12th, 17:00 - 19:00, with a ceremonial event at 17:30.
Events Parallel to the Exhibition
On Saturday December 14th at 15:00 we welcome Aleksander Väljamäe, Associate Professor in Physiological Computing at Tallinn University (Estonia) for the lecture Neurodramaturgy of Physiology-based Interaction in Neurotheatre and Neurocinema. Click here for the abstract and Aleksander Väljamäe's resume.
On Sunday December 15th at 15:00 we organise What’s Next? - On Being a Media Artist with Thijs Eerens and Marion Tränkle, both Media Technology MSc alumni. They will speak about their work as artists and talk about how they came to do what they do now.