Technarte in Spain

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The architecture and the revitalization of urban spaces take particularly importance in Technarte 2010 with Bilbao Interaktive, a seminar dedicated to the design of interactive installations in public spaces, integrated into the Programme of the Conference. At the end of the seminar, Jürgen Scheible will carry out a demonstration of his project Mobispray: he will "paint" with light beams the Arriaga Theatre in Bilbao, Spain.

Among the speakers, we should emphasise Cameron McNall (Electroland, USA), Els Vermnag (Lab-au, Belgium), Ash Neru (United Visual Artists, United Kingdom) or Jürgen Scheible (Finland), responsible of the development of very avant-garde projects all around the world.

Cameron McNall will show the projects in which Electroland is involved. Electroland is a team that creates objects, interactive experiences and large-scale public art projects. Each project is site-specific and may use a broad range of media, including light, sound, images, motion, architecture and interactivity. Participants can interact with buildings, spaces and each other in new and exciting ways, creating new relationships between people and public space and shifting the boundaries of private experience in the public sphere.

Els I.R.L. Vermang is one of the youngest members of the international scene of electronic art. Since 2003, she is part of LAB [au], Laboratory for Architecture and Urbanism, where the four members create interactive artworks, audiovisual performances and scenographies, for which it develops its own software and interfaces.

Ash Nehru is Software Director at United Visual Artists, a British-based collective whose current practice spans permanent architectural installation, live performance and responsive installation. They aim to work on a diverse and expanding range of projects, drawn from the commercial and non-commercial arenas, and to collaborate with a wide range of artists and companies.

Ash Nehru is Software Director at United Visual Artists, a British-based collective whose current practice spans permanent architectural installation, live performance and responsive installation. They aim to work on a diverse and expanding range of projects, drawn from the commercial and non-commercial arenas, and to collaborate with a wide range of artists and companies.

More info at: www.technarte.org

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