Associate Professor of Art and Director of the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Golan Levin presents “Culture Machines, Machine Cultures” at INSTINT, a conference exploring the intersection art, technology and interaction, Jan 22-24 in New Orleans, LA.
Levin’s research explores new intersections of machine code and visual culture, combining equal measures of the whimsical, the provocative, and the sublime in a wide variety of media. His work has spanned themes such as gestural robotics; the tactical potential of personal digital fabrication; novel aesthetics of non-verbal interactivity; and information visualization as a mode of arts practice.
INSTINT assembles an international roster of acclaimed creators to explore the intersection of art, technology and interaction. Expect a broad investigation into creating interactive experiences involving space, architecture, and bodies, all aided by high and low tech.