Art in Flux presented 'Art in Flux: The Invisible', an online event that explored how new media artists are using data to create their visual and interactive artworks. This event, curated by Olive Gingrich and organised in collaboration with National Gallery X, looked at how contemporary media artists are exploring new ways to make data - such as colour, neural processes and environmental forces - more accessible through new visual interpretations and digital interactive experiences. The event featured presentations from pioneering artists who talked about how new media art is helping to unearth ‘the invisible’ and make sense of some of the vast and complex data that surrounds us today.
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- Olive Gingrich | Curator and Co-Founder of Art in Flux, member of art collective Analema Group, and multidisciplinary artist working with photography, digital art and holographic projection.
- Analema Group | London based Arts Collective, creating experiences on the intersection between art and technology.
- Marshmallow Laser Feast | Ersin Han Ersin is an artist, director and creative director of London based experiential studio Marshmallow Laser Feast, working across various disciplines including sculpture, installation, live performance, and mixed reality.
- Refik Anadol | Media artist and director, and a lecturer and visiting researcher in UCLA’s Department of Design Media Arts.
- Hosted by Ali Hossaini (Co-director, NGX), and Aphra Shemza and Maria Almena (Artists and Curators, Art in Flux)
What is National Gallery X?
National Gallery X (NGX) is a partnership between the National Gallery and King's College London. It brings together King's College London’s research with the art and audiences of the Gallery to create the new museum experiences technology could make possible in the future.