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January 19, 2017
5-7 pm: Exhibition Opening / Reception for the artist -- Art Sci gallery, CNSI 5th floor.
7-8:30 pm: LASER with Lucie Strecker, Kalus Spiess, Stephen Nowlin, Chris O'Leary, Ryohei Nakatsu and the featured artist. Presentation space, CNSI 5th floor.
Directions to Art|Sci Gallery | CNSI 5th floor
Anne Niemetz, an Art|Sci Center alumni on sabbatical from New Zealand, will be joining us at the end of the quarter as the Bermant Foundation Resident.
Anne is a media artist and designer working in the fields of wearable technology, interactive installation and audio-visual design. She is particularly fascinated by the convergence of art, science, design and technology, and she pursues collaborative and cross disciplinary projects.
Learn more about Anne and her projects on adime.de.
Klaus Spiess is an endocrinologist, psychosomaticist and medical anthropologist who now works as an associate professor in the field of art and science at the Medical University of Vienna.
His performances and installations (all together with Lucie Strecker) address biopolitical issues in medicine and have been shown at numerous performance and exhibition spaces (Budascoop Kortrijk, Tanzquartier and Belvedere/21er Haus Vienna, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, the BEALL Center for Art + Technology, Irvine, the Onassis Cultural Center Athens, the Bemis Center of Contemporary Arts Omaha and the OK Center, Linz, where he was awarded an Honorary Mention at the Prix Ars Electronica.
He has published numerous articles on his transdisciplinary work (Performance Research, Kunstforum International, Springerin, The Lancet and Leonardo, among others).
Lucie Strecker is a performance artist and researcher exploring the relationship between scientific concepts of biological matter, technology and performance art. She is a fellow of the Berlin University of the Arts and holds a senior postdoc position at the University of Applied Arts Vienna.
Currently she is leading the artistic research project, "The Performative Biofact," funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). Performances and Installations in cooperation with Klaus Spiess have been shown at Budascoop Kortrijk, Tanzquartier and Belvedere/21er Haus, Vienna, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, the BEALL Center for Art + Technology, Irvine, the Onassis Cultural Center Athens and the OK Center, Linz, where the duo has been awarded a Honorary Mention (2015) at the Prix Ars Electronica. She has published articles on trans-disciplinary performances in Performance Research, The Lancet, and Diaphanes Publishers.
Learn more about Lucie and her work on luciestrecker.com.