NORTH-CN. Biotricity will be exhibited in Mons, Belgium

Posted on | August 4, 2015

In the framework of “Biotricity” activity, since July art and science research took place in Riga, Latvia. The first result of research will be presented with Mons, Belgium, along with public presentations an “Biotricity” performances. New work will be exhibited in “Transformative Ecologies” exhibition in Mons from August 19 to August 30, 2015. The exhibition will come back to Riga
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Announced Call for symposium “Soil future”

Posted on | July 16, 2015

  Soil – this earth's thin skin which represents a main resource for ensuring future food, yet about which we know much less then about oil – will be used as a perspective to discuss and explore the changing landscape of Europe. The Soil Future, a 3-day symposium will take place from November 2 to 5 2015 in Liepaja, during New Media art festival iWeek. iWeek encourages and promotes
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Extended call dedline for conference Renewable Futures

Posted on | July 13, 2015

RENEWABLE FUTURES 2015 Conference: Transformative Potential of Art in the Age of Post-Media The 1st edition of new academic art and science conference series, complemented by the RIXC annual festival programme. October 8–10, 2015, Riga The Renewable Futures is a new conference series in the Baltic Sea and North European region that aims to invent new avenues for more sustainable and
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Biotechnologies in art and science take place in Stockholm

Posted on | June 1, 2015

Tomorrow, June 2, at Stockholm will take place program of lectures and performances, dedicated to biotechnologies and renewable energy. Latvian and swedish artists and scientists together will discuss art art as connector between science and society. This is one of closing events of Latvian presidency in European Parliament, which is organized by the Embassy of Latvia and Swedish National Museum
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Photo: Electronic art festival “Pikslaverk”

Posted on | May 26, 2015

From May 22 to 24 in Iceland, Reykjavik took place annual electronic festival dedicated this year to art and science. Festival started by lectures and workshops „Melting on the Ice“, researching melting of glaciers and its impact on creation of energy. Latvian artists – Rasa and Raitis Šmiti offered their ideas on these questions. Raitis Šmits presented his lecture „Artist as researcher“
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