Within the frame of this year’s topic ‘Together‘ the three contemporary artists Siri Black (Germany/Scotland), Libby Odai (Scotland) and Marion Carré (France) will present their work and research in conversation with curator Prof. Sarah Cook (NEoN Digital Arts / University of Glasgow).
The three international contemporary artists have been selected to take part in the digital residency ‘New Forms of Togetherness’ which will contribute to the interdisciplinary discourse between Contemporary Visual Art and the topic of Artificial Intelligence taking place until December 2021. The remote residency will allow the artists to continue to work from their own space with the digital support of our partners: the National Library of Scotland, the Social Brain in Action Lab, the NEoN Festival of Digital Arts and Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts.
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