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ICT & ART CONNECT and STARTS - Other Reports

 

ICT & ART CONNECT and STARTS Other Reports

 

ICT & ART (FET-ART) Final Event

ICT & Art Connect sets out to bring together artists and technologists to explore new ways of working. Collaborative acts of co-creation, together with an open and multidisciplinary discussion will foster the blending of Art and …

ICT&Art Final Event Program

 

Report on the ICT & ART CONNECT 2012 Workshop

This workshop was an attempt to understand and facilitate connections between art and Information and Communication Technologies - ICT, with a view to beginning the consensual process of determining future European Commission policy around and between …

ICT and Art Connect: Engaging Dialogues in Art and Information Technologies

 

Digital Culture Report

Digital technologies are disrupting established practices and creating new opportunities for innovation across the creative economy. Some forms of cultural experience, such as video games, only exist by virtue of digital technology. Others, including film, music and literature, …
Digital Culture: How Arts and Cultural Organisations Use Technology

 

Culture and Creativity

Creativity is a powerful catch phrase. In Western societies it epitomises success, the modern, trends for novelty and excitement. Whether linked to individuals, enterprises, cities or regions creativity establishes immediate empathy, and conveys an image of dynamism. Creativity is a positive word in a society constantly aspiring to innovation …
The Impact of Culture on Creativity

 

Creative Arts and Research-Intensive Universities

In his foreword of the conference reader Culture and the policies of Change Robert Palmer states that ‘There is a current debate about the relative value of much of the existing cultural practice, as well as the relevance of our present institutional structures that historically have
been created to support and manage culture’. This statement has an interesting appeal as it challenges the different cultural actors to exactly do what is needed when pressure hits: ‘Act on these threats and adapt to the new external and internal conditions’. The actors are manifold, and even though it is not the core business of higher education, universities can
and must play a vital role in this transformation process …
Creative_Arts_and_Research-Intensive_Universities

 

ICT & ART CONNECT: Connecting ICT & ART Communities - Early Outcomes

Art and technology collaboration is not new and in the last 15-20 years many arts organisations, and even earlier tech companies in the US and elsewhere, have invited artists and technologists to work together to create something new. Music, dance and other performance practices have been incorporating technological approaches and tools ...
ICT & ART CONNECT: Connecting ICT & ART Communities - Early Outcomes

 

ICT & Art Connect: Ministry of Measurement - Collecting Data as Art

This event examines how artist collective thickear are exploring and critiquing current issues surrounding contemporary processes of data collection and exchange. In a climate of frequent media revelations ...
ICT & Art Connect: Ministry of Measurement - Collecting Data as Art

 

ICT & Art Connect: The Future of Art and Computing: Through Intuition, Ingenuity and Open Consultation

This paper describes “Intuition and Ingenuity” the touring exhibition which brought together a number of important artists from digital art pioneers to emerging contemporaries to investigate Alan Turing’s enduring influence on art and contemporary culture. It then goes on to discuss contemporary issues in bringing together art and computing in the EU funded ICT & Art Connect project, such …
ICT & Art Connect: The Future of Art and Computing: Through Intuition, Ingenuity and Open Consultation

 

ICT & Art Connect: Revelations by Flicker, Dream Machines and Electroencephalographic Signals in Art

How did ordinary tools in the Neurophysiology department become means for spiritual enlightenment? The combination of brainwave (EEG) monitoring by the early adopters with stroboscopes induced side-effects in many of the clinical experimentees in neurophysiological research, hallucinations that were named ‘Flicker.’ Patient’s experiences …
ICT & Art Connect: Revelations by Flicker, Dream Machines and Electroencephalographic Signals in Art

 

ICT & Art Connect: Findings from the Data & Ethics Working Group

The Data and Ethics Working Group (DEWG) was formed during the ICT & Art Connect event in Brussels in November 2013. It is a collaborative body using art to explore public interaction with data access, exchange …
ICT & Art Connect: Findings from the Data & Ethics Working Group

 

ICT & Art Connect: FET-ART Project Final Brochure

ICT & ART CONNECT set out to bring artists and technologists together to explore new ways of working. Collaborative acts of co-creation, together with …
ICT & Art Connect: FET-ART Final Brochure

 

ICT & Art Connect: ICT&ART Connect Project – Connecting Communities, Final Outcomes

This paper will discuss the outcomes of FET-Art, completed May 31st 2014, its inspiration, development, and final outcomes, analysis, and policy recommendations, delivered to the EC July 23rd, 2014. The paper will discuss the rationale and aims of the FET-Art project, its event activities, the methods of bringing the artists and technologists together to make new projects …

ICT & ART CONNECT: Design_Collaboration_Intentions_and_Tensions

 

ICT Art Connect Activities Linking ICT and Art: Past Experience Future Activities

Innovation is about starts. A constant eruption of new beginnings resulting from the creative disruption of established thinking. This is exactly what artists are very good at: criticizing the establishment and formulating new problems. The constant appropriation of new technologies by artists allows …

Brochure: ICT Art Connect Activities Linking ICT and Art: Past Experience Future Activities

Report: ICT Art Connect Activities Linking ICT and Art: Past Experience Future Activities

 

ICT & ART CONNECT: Connecting ICT & ART Communities - Early Outcomes

This paper will discuss the progress of the project, and its early outcomes the European Commission funded project, FET-Art, which will not be completed until May 31st and all the analysis and reports on outcomes will not yet be delivered. It will discuss some early findings and outcomes of the events and collaborative residencies of the project, which could contribute to the workshop discussion on the on-going issues of Art-Tech collaboration. The paper will discuss the rationale and aims of the FET-Art project, its event activities, the methods of bringing the artists and technologists together to make new projects, the proposal selection process, and the early outcomes of those selected collaborations.

Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2014), London, UK, 8 - 10 July 2014
ICT & ART CONNECT: Connecting ICT & ART Communities - Early Outcomes

 

Report on the Symposium on the Crossovers between Culture and Technology

A symposium was organised on May 26th 2015 to explore how cultural and creative cross-overs can stimulate innovation, economic sustainability and social inclusion. The symposium held as part of Mons 2015 European Capital of Culture, addressed the constant appropriation of new technologies by citizens and artists and explored how cultural and creative cross-overs stimulate innovation, economic sustainability and social inclusion. …

Programme: Mons 2015 Symposium Crossovers and social innovation May 26 Programme
Report: Mons 2015 Symposium Crossovers and social innovation May 26 Report

 

Report on STARTS Symposium held in BOZAR on 22-23 June 2015

The STARTS symposium explored the catalytic role of the Arts for innovation in business, industry and society. An informal report on the event has been produced by 2 moderators. Today, an increasing number of high tech companies and research institutions, world-wide, assert that the critical skills needed for innovation to happen and to be of value for society are – in addition to scientific and technological skills –skills such as creativity and capacity to involve all of society in the process of innovation. In this context, the Arts are gaining prominence as a catalyst for an efficient conversion of S&T knowledge into novel products, services, and processes. Art is no longer disconnected. “L'Art pour l'Art” is no longer true. The 21st century is about trans-disciplinarity between culture and technology, away from the pure engineering and standardization of the 20th century. But the variety of artistic practices in contemporary art is yet to be acknowledged and fully incorporated. Working at the nexus between Science, Technology, and the ARTS, we begin to see opportunities for piloting cross-sectorial collaboration to enhance and promote innovation. To foster such collaboration, the European Commission is launching its STARTS – S&T&ARTS programme.
Report: Report on Bozar Symposium June 2015

 

SEAD Report: Steps to an Ecology of Networked Knowledge and Innovation

Enabling New Forms of Collaboration among Sciences, Engineering, Arts, and Design …

Steps to an Ecology of Networked Knowledge and Innovation

 

Cultural and creative spillovers in Europe

It is necessary to better understand the wider economic and social role that the arts, culture and the creative industries play, how this role is changing, and what this means for policy and investment. Spillovers matter because they are part of the under-told story and until recently rarely registered as part of the prospectus of outcomes that the vibrant and innovative arts, culture and creative industries sectors can offer …

Cultural and creative spillovers in Europe

 

 

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