Machine Wilderness Pop-Up in the Glazen Huis

The Glazen Huis | 25 & 26 June and 1 – 3 July, 2022
Results of the artistic research in ARTIS by eight artists

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Driessens & Verstappen in ARTIS | Machine WIlderness
Heather Barnett in ARTIS | Machine Wilderness
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Driessens & Verstappen in ARTIS | Machine WIlderness
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Eight international artists are working in ARTIS between March 11 and June 24, 2022. The artistic research is part of Machine Wilderness, an ongoing research programme by Teun Karelse (FoAm) and Alice Smits of Zone2Source. The artists, also known as ARTISTs, each stay at ARTIS for a few weeks and work at various locations in the park.

After the program in ARTIS (click here for the programme in ARTIS until 24 June), the artists will present the results of their work for two weekends in the Glazen Huis of Zone2Source.

Presentations include Thomas Thwaites ‘Harmless Car’, the Spotter, an artificial intelligence by Driessens and Verstappen who learns and fantasizes about animals (read report), Anti Tenetz’s experience with the wolves (read report), a sculpture by microbes by Ivan Henriques, a stage for host animals by Heather Barnett  (read wrap up), the robots with which humans and animals can communicate by Ian Ingram, and a work by Špela Petrič about caring for animals and plants.

Machine Wilderness