Dr. Gianni Corino has been selected to be part of the GLUON scientist in residency program. The programme is a collaboration between Ars Electronica, BOZAR, the Serpentine Gallery and several universities and research institutions . Gianni will be working work with famous Belgian painter Luc Tuymans in his studio in early 2018.
Dr Corino’ GLUON launch presentation at Ars Electronic, Linz.
GLUON Session at Ars Lectctronica with Hans Ulrich Obrist, Paul Dujardin, Rachel Rose, Manthia Diawara, Damian Ortega, Jan de Cock, Beatrice de Gelder, Gerfried Stocker, Christophe De Jaeger.
Gluon launches Scientist in Residence program
What happens when the ‘artist in residence’ model reverses into science? The GLUON Scientist-In-Residence programme is designed for a new generation of scientists interested in collaborating with artists.
Our intention is to challenge the hierarchy between the arts & empirical sciences predominant in the twentieth century, and challenge the technological and scientific determinism by enabling artists’ to input experimentally creative, critical and societal ideas.
The GLUON Scientist-in-Residence programme is a collaboration between Ars Electronica, BOZAR, the Serpentine Gallery and several universities and research institutions. For the 2017/18 edition of the programme Hans Ulrich Obrist has been invited as the lead curator along with invited artists Rachel Rose, Manthia Diawara, Jan De Cock & Damian Ortega.
The initiative will be accompanied by two exhibitions: a poster show with slogans and statements from the participating researchers, as well as a historical exhibition on highlighting arts and technology organisations which have added significantly to shaping the future of interdisciplinary collaborations.