Subtle Technologies 10th Annual Festival ======
10 years of blurring the boundaries between
science and art
24 – 27
Innis Town Hall, University of Toronto, Canada
To celebrate its 10th Annual Festival,
Subtle Technologies presents practitioners of arts, sciences and medicines, and
those who study their context to contemplate how these disciplines can work
together and reshape perspectives on the body.
As scientific and technological
breakthroughs prominently occupy our culture, we ask where the boundaries are.
We investigate how we relate bodies in
situ: as parts, as a whole, as systems; how we identify, map, modify, protect,
violate, and heal.
- Exhibitions at Ontario Science Centre and InterAccess Media
- Tissue Engineering Workshop for artists
- Performances ranging from butoh to
dancing with robots
- ‘Art, Science and the Emotional
Response’: An evening of discussion with bioartists and microbiologists
- Symposia featuring over 30 speakers on
Art, Body and Medicine
More details to follow.
Subtle Technologies is a multidisciplinary
Festival exploring complex and subtle relationships between art and science.
The annual international event combines symposia, exhibitions, workshops and
performances that juxtapose cutting-edge artistic projects and scientific