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Innovative ways of looking at new technologies often come from unexpected places…
Industrial robotic equipment can be used for more than mass-manufacturing — it can also be used to create art, art which goes beyond the visual world and into one of data. Artists who work with robots give us new ways to see these technologies as tools; mediums of expression; and machines for art.
Join Design Robotics Professor Jonathan Roberts, Dr Jared Donovan and Dr Glenda Amayo Caldwell in our latest webinar as we discover innovative ways of looking at new technologies and their impact on creative expression.
Live: Monday, March 12 10am AEST register now to secure your spot.
Register now to secure your spot.
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“Public art sparks conversations, activates communities, creates memories, celebrates different cultures, drives tourism and enables micro and macro economies” – Dan Tobin, UAP Founder | Creative Director
UAP Founder & Creative Director Dan Tobin speaks with CLADglobal on the benefits of commissioning art for the public realm, and the recent collaboration between UAP, Ai Weiwei and Public Art Fund on the city-wide exhibition ‘Good Fences Make Good Neighbors’ in New York.
Read the full article here.
Part of Design Miami‘s Miami Art Week 2017 French designer-duo Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have unveiled ‘Nuage’, a 328ft (100m) x 16ft (5m) high canopy developed and fabricated in collaboration with UAP. The steel and coloured-glass structure manipulate shadow and natural light, engaging with the surrounding environment throughout the day. Read more about our collaboration with the Bouroullec Brothers on Designboom.
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