Art in the Age of the Singularity: How Technology is Informing Contemporary Art | Yael Lipschutz

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Art in the Age of Singularity: How Technology is Informing Contemporary Art 
October 14, 2014
7pm

LACMA Brown Auditorium
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90036

Free and open to the public
RSVP Required 
Tickets: (323)857-6010 or reserve online

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As the final component to her 18th Street Art Center Residency, Guest Curator, Yael Lipschutz, will host a panel discussion at LACMA to present the culmination of her research in the theme of Technology in Contemporary Art.

As we consider the possibilities of a post-human future, what might art have to offer technologists in terms of more fully understanding what it means to be human and therefore what it might mean to transcend the human condition? How are issues surrounding social justice, ethics, surveillance, open-source culture, and intellectual property coming into play as we interface with technology? This panel discussion will develop themes of Lipschutz’s current research by exploring how artists are grappling with such questions.

Speakers:

Zhang Ga, International New Media Art Triennial, Beijing

Amy Heibel, Vice President, Technology at LACMA

Marcos Novak, Director of transLAB, Department Vice Chair at UCSB Media Arts & Technology

Sterling Crispin, Artist and Technologist, Santa Barbara, CA

 

Attendees are welcome to visit the new Art + Technology Lab at LACMA, adjacent to the Brown Auditorium, immediately following the panel.

 

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