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15 mach - 3 july 2017     

 

'Mutations / Créations' is a new event focusing on futurology and the interaction of digital technologies with creation, combining art, innovation and science. For its first edition, this multi-disciplinary event is bringing together music, design and architecture with two exhibitions: Imprimer le monde, Ross Lovergrove and Vertigo.
 

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Heather Dewey-Hagborg, « Stranger Visions », 2012 © Heather Dewey-Hagborg

Imprimer le monde, A collective exhibition

 

15 march - 19 june 2017

Galerie 4, level 1

Digital technologies have dramatically changed design and the way products are manufactured, transforming the work of architects, designers and artists. The exhibition Imprimer le monde explores the emergence of a new digital artefact as a form of artistic creation, printed in 3D.
Artists, designers and architects featured in the exhibition:

Additivism (Morehshin Allahyari et Daniel Rourke) ; Aleksa Studio (Aleksandrina Rizova); Alisa Andrasek (Biothing) ; Aldo Bakker ; Mathias Bengtsson ; Henriette Bier et Sina Mostafavi ; Erwan et Ronan Bouroullec ; François Brument et Sonia Laugier, Ammar Eloueini ; Thibault Brunet ; Heather Dewey-Hagborg ; Dong Lin et Chi Zhou ; Goliath Dyèvre et Grégory Chatonsky ; Hyun-hwa Cho et Raphaël Thibault ; Jean-Baptiste Fastrez ; Vincent Fournier ; Laureline Galliot ; Dov Ganchrow et Ami Drach ; Gramazio Kohler Research ; Michael Hansmeyer et Benjamin Dillenburger ; Brian Harms ; Jesse Howard ; Hiroshi Ishii, Lining Yao, Jifei Ou (Tangible Media Group, MIT) ; Joris Laarman ; Achim Menges ; EZCT Architecture & Design Research (Philippe Morel : EZCT / XtreeE ; Felix Agid) ; Nendo (Oki Sato) ; Nervous System (Jessica Rosenkrantz et Jesse Louis-Rosenberg) ; Olga Neuwirth ; Neri Oxman ; Matthew Plummer-Fernandez ; Jon Rafman ; Gilles Retsin et Manuel Jiménez García ; Jenny Sabin ; Neta Soreq ; Studio A2 et New North Press ; Studio Swine (Azusa Murakami et Alexander Groves) ; Skylar Tibbits et Christophe Guberan (Self-assembly Lab, MIT) ; Achraf Touloub ; Unfold (Claire Warnier et Dries Verbruggen) ; University of Tokyo Advanced Design Studies Unit (Yusuke Obuchi, Kengo Kuma, Jun Sato, Kevin Clement, Anders Rod) ; Lilian van Daal ; Olivier Van Herpt ; Dirk Vander Kooij ; Woody Vasulka ; Daniel Widrig ; Hongtao Zhou.

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Vertigo, Forum Art - Innovation

 

15 march - 18 march 2017

Au Forum -1, Cinéma 2

VERTIGO is a new international and multi-disciplinary forum organised by Ircam and based on creation and innovation in music, art, design and architecture in relation to digital technologies.

The purpose of these inter-disciplinary events is to exhibit and debate subsequent trends in the artistic field by use of 3D modelling, new digital tools and contemporary creative processes and methods.

  • Wednesday 15 March, 3 to 8 p.m.: « Architecture et conception 3D.»
  • Thursday 16 March, 3 to 8 p.m.: « Simulation et réalité virtuelle.»
  • Friday 17 March, 9:30 to 8p.m.: « Makers, design et morphogénèse.»
  • Saturday 18 March, 11:30 to 8 p.m.: « Les formes du digital »

VERTIGO is a European project combining the work of researchers and artists.

Ross Lovegrove, Convergence

 

12 april - 3 july 2017

Galerie 3, Niveau 1

The Pompidou Centre is devoting its first “prospective retrospective” to the work of industrial designer, Ross Lovegrove, who defends a global vision of design, drawing initial inspiration from nature’s evolutionary process. The exhibition reflects on this search for a new paradigm of creation combining art, design, technology and nature.

According to Ross Lovegrove, the designer is the interpreter or the ‘sculptor’ of technology.

“Design is a field which is perpetually being reinvented. As it involves transforming natural resources into useful objects, the designer is at the heart of current ecological issues which affect not only our own emotional well-being and surroundings aesthetically, but also our collective conscience as human beings, which is forever rapidly evolving and to which we must constantly adapt.” Ross Lovegrove

© Quentin Chevrier / Art2M

Live show

 
2 shows in the Grande Salle:

Theatre:
Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 March: Le Sec et l'Humide, by Jonathan Littell (directed by Guy Cassiers)

Concert:
Saturday 18 March: IRCAM live, an electronic music concert.