Environment Dress 2.0 at Human Factor. DRIVE. Volkswagen Group Forum. Berlin
2016.06.16 // Exhibition
Human Factor – Endless Prototyping
Opening: 30. June, 18:30 h
1 July 2016 – 27 August 2016
We are very proud to announce that Environment Dress 2.0 will take part in"Human Factor – Endless Prototyping" , an exhibition by Ars Electronica
at DRIVE. Volkswagen Group Forum
"Human Factor" features artworks dealing with the issues and challenges related to the digital revolution – with a focus on the human factor in an engineered environment. International artists reflect on the current situation to show individual approaches using prototypes depicting the interface between art and science. Their aim is to address contemporary uncertainties and to anticipate future insecurities.
Ars Electronica Futurelab (AT), bioMASON (US), Daniel Boschung (CH), Michael Burton (UK) and Michiko Nitta (JP), María Castellanos
(ES) and Alberto Valverde
(ES), Teresa Dillon (IE), Naomi Griffin-Murtagh (IE), Claire Dempsey (IE), Aisling McCrudden (IE), Nick Ervinck (BE), Golan Levin and Shawn Sims (US), Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB) (DE), Julian Melchiorri (IT/UK), Agnes Meyer-Brandis (DE), Jennifer Lyn Morone (US), Afroditi Psarra (GR) and Dafni Papadopoulou (GR), Quayola (IT), Georg Tremmel (AT/JP) und Shiho Fukuhara (JP), Jacob Tonski (US), Patrick Tresset (FR/ UK), Unknown Fields Division (UK/AU), YQP (Maximilian Hoch (DE), Manuel Urbanke (AT) and Florian Dohmann (DE))
< Environment Dress got a nomination at STARTS PRIZE' 16
Conference at La Panera Art Center. Lleida. Spain >
María Castellanos has a degree and a doctorate in Fine Arts from the University of Vigo, Spain.
In her work, she investigates the body, specifically the perception and sensory deficiencies of human beings. She focuses on the hybridizations between cyborgs and wearables as a paradigm for the expansion of human sensory capabilities.
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