Asher Levine, from design to pioneering fabrication techniques. His designs explore the interplay and fusion of textile innovation and technological advancements all to re-envision the human experience, through collaborating with pioneers and their respective fields.

American designer Asher Levine is in the process of designing and constructing a Biker Jacket for Items: Is Fashion Modern, the MoMA’s second-ever fashion exhibition that will open on Oct 1, 2017. For this exhibition that displays 111 influential staple garments and accessories, Levine is commissioned to construct a futuristic biker jacket prototype of the […]

Raven Kwok; the beauty of coding for creating generative visual artworks coding with processing for creating inmersive and hipnotic visuals and installations

Raven Kwok is a Chinese artist, designer, creative developer and freelancer. He says that he does everything thrown at him. Coding expert creating artworks through computer programming, he began learning to code with Flash in the early 2000s inspired by pioneers such as Yugo Nakamura or Eric Jordan (do you remember the bizarre web-based experience of […]

What would you do if you had the chance to create an artwork in zero gravity? Eyal Gever made the first work of art using a 3D printer in zero gravity at the International Space Station.

A phone call from NASA to the digital artist Eyal Gever asking that same question gave rise to #LAUGH, a collaborative art project whose objective has been to produce the first work of art using a 3D printer in zero gravity at the International Space Station. Through the programme “Made in Space”, NASA aims to […]

Breathing Architecture, integrating Architecture and Biology Yael Eylat, curator of “Life-Object, Merging Biology and Architecture” at the Israeli Pavilion in the Venice Biennale for Architecture in 2016

LifeObject is a material exploration of the relationships between the artificial and the natural in the future built environment. Its starting point is nature’s iconic model of a home – the bird’s nest; an assembly of weak and light found materials with no additional joints or glue, out of which emerges a free-form complex structure […]

Visualizing Big Data with recycled cardboard, junk mail, gallery cards and more. The awarded data artist Laurie Frick will be speaker in the Technarte Los Angeles edition

The data artist Laurie Frick, creating in the thin line between art and neuroscience will be speaker in the Los Angeles edition of the International Conference on Art and Technology . She uses self-tracking data that she analyzes for transforming the information into hand-built works, working with the two opposites, the most advanced technology and […]

Call4Papers Technarte Los Angeles 2016 Send us your paper before July 1st and become speaker in the Los Angeles edition of the International Conference on Art and Technology organized by Technarte.

Artist and Technologists, WE WANT YOU in Technarte LOS ANGELES edition If you’re creating in the most innovative disciplines such as Human Computer Interaction, Wearable Tech, Big Data Art, Robotic Art, Interactive Architecture, IoT,Mobile Art, and any artistic discipline in which the technology is the protagonist of any of the creation processes, you have the […]

The Wearable Technology art, an art form linked to the Wearables with an infinite journey. This will be the main topic of the 11th edition of the International Conferences on Art and Technology which Technarte organizes in Bilbao the next 19th and 20th of May.

The Wearable is nothing new. Like most technologies and products that at any given time emerge and eventually end forming part of our lives at almost dependent manner, for years they have lain dormant since its first version, and they have waited for the right time to make the jump to the first line, once […]