Exhibition: Robotics & A.I.

Website: http://www.derbyquad.co.uk/exhibition-opportunity-%E2%80%93-robotics--and--a.i..aspx#ExhibitionOpportunity-RoboticsandA.I.

QUAD, Derby’s centre for contemporary visual art, are seeking submissions from artists, collaborators and collectives who utilise Robotics or Artificial Intelligence in the production of their artworks, or those who are exploring the concepts, ethics and issues surrounding these subject areas. They are looking for moving image works, photographs and primarily wall-based artworks (although sculptural/ machine objects will be considered). Selected submission will be exhibited in a new exhibition through QUAD’s Extra Gallery Spaces from 1st July – 3rd September 2017. A modest fee will be offered to selected artists.

 

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Expires: June 2, 2017


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