ARTEMIDOR - Artistic Research on Reproduction of Oneiric Dreams in Europe using new Digital Media Technologies for Imagination

ARTEMIDOR is an artistic research, exhibition and education project focusing on oneiric dreams connecting two fundamentally different but essentially related aspects of our culture: Dreams and Digital Technologies.    

 

We believe starting a broad artistic discussion about the culture of dreaming in Europe can create new interactions and inventions, especially when visual and performative arts are confronted with new technologies. The project will introduce new digital technologies to visual and performing artists for experimentation, exploration and creation of new artistic methods through hands-on workshops and subsequent exhibitions.  

 

PROJECT MANAGER: Timea Szőke

 

PARTNERS: Szubjektív Értékek Alapítvány (HU), Hochschule der Bildenden Künste Saar (HBKsaar) (GER), MAGMA Contemporary Art Space (RO)


GOAL OF THE PROJECT

1.      

New Digital Technologies: Participating artists and a wider audience will be taught new tools and methods of digital visualization and production, such as 3D-printing, immersive virtual reality and projection mapping, electronic sensors and physical computing.

2.      

Oneiric Dreams: Participating artists will utilize the digital tools for the visualization and materialization of dreams. As an important and moving element for the representation of ideas, identity and culture.

 

PROJECT ELEMENTS

Open calls

Workshops

Residencies

Exhibitions

Multiplying events

 

OUTCOMES AND IMPACT OF THE PROJECT

As an innovative and creative main outcome, a collage of European culture of dreams and dreaming will take form. This collage will be shared with a wider audience through presentations and performances and exhibitions in partner countries and online.

The “ARTEMIDOR” project supports the professionalization of artists in new technologies by encouraging them for to production in a “Do it yourself” manner with provided know-how. This will be possible through the workshops and exhibitions which bring artists in the framework of the project introducing new digital visualization and production technologies to the audience.


PROJECT PERIOD

START OF THE PROJECT: November 2017

 

END OF THE PROJECT: May 2019

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