The art of the invisible Nanotechnology and Art

In the last 9 years the Italian artist Alessandro Scali has created a series of micro and nanometric artworks representing so far, at national and international level, the exceeding of a limit, of a boundary, of a necessity: that of an art visible to the naked eye. His  nano & micro artworks plays on the aesthetic paradox […]

The artist Teresa Jareño will compose a soundtrack for Antarctica "I will create music based on natural sounds found there and I will show the world what is happening on the continent"

“I will create music based on natural sounds found there and I will show the world what is happening on the continent” This weekend Teresa Jareño, the twenty-seven- years-old student winner of the artistic scholarship of in Antarctica organised by Technarte in collaboration with the the Antarctic National Management of the Argentine Republic and the […]

Art and technology to create a work in direct connection with the science of Astronomy Call for artistic residence in el Roque de los Muchachos astronomy observatory in La Palma

It was Antartica in first place, and now it is the Astronomical Observatory of the Roque de los Muchachos on the island of La Palma. Technarte prepares one more time an artistic residence program in a unique, exceptional and almost impossible place to reach for the common of mortals. Only accessible through a scientific or […]

Teresa Jareño, winner of the scholarship of artistic residence Art in Antartica The winner project, “Bone of water”, has as its main goal the creation of an acoustic environment of the Antarctica taking into account the lack of native human population and the absence of culture this fact means.

Technarte has announced the winner of the scholarship winner of the scholarship of artistic residence Art in Antarctica, a cultural programme that started up because of the responsibility of taking care of the Antarctic heritage and the environment of our planet. This opportunity is an artistic and technologic challenge organised by Technarte in collaboration with […]

Technarte celebrates its tenth anniversary with a great reception The event gathered different creative artists, researchers and engineers of the present time with the purpose of showing the most innovative artistic disciplines that use technology as a creation tool

About a hundred people attended the Technarte’s tenth edition in Bizkaia Aretoa/UPV/EHU, the International Conference of Art and Technology, that gathered the most important international artists, researchers and creative engineers of the moment. The new technological trends applied to the artistic creation were the core of the event organized by Asociación Innovalia during the days […]

Redefining the future of cities Buildings are not fixed bunches of croncrete anymore, instead, now they breathe and react to the stimulus of the people that inhabit them.

The urban landscape is suffering a vertiginous transformation, in which the citizens have stopped being a passive entity that now interact directly with its environment, changing thus in an active way these new urban landscaped. This is one of the objectives of the interactive architecture, a new artistic discipline able to transform cities into living […]

Making Sense of Big Data Visually through Art & Design Only 3 weeks left! Register online and don't miss this chance and come to Technarte!

Since 2006, Technarte has been epicenter of the most innovative ideas and futuristic visions. Every year Technarte invites artists, scientists and researchers from all around the world to present the amazing projects they are involved in. Every year, Technarte dedicates one of the two journeys to specific topic; this year, it will be Big Data. […]

Eric Fischer, mapmaker, artist or programmer? Self-described "map geek" Eric Fischer uses urban data to make some of the web's most intriguing spatial images.

What’s big data? until not long ago, we looked at the abundance uf urban data as an enormous lists of numbers unconnected, difficult to manage or as an academic or research papers. But our way of seeing and understanding big data has changed, while we discover how some people, artists, researchers “geeks” use this urban data […]