LornaLAB um LornaLAB

Fimmtudaginn 10. mars. 18:00 – 20:00 í Listasafni Reykjavíkur Hafnarhúsi.

LornaLAB talar um LornaLAB

Nokkrir stofnmeðlima félagsskaparins kynna eigin áhugasvið og starfa auk þess að fjalla um hugmyndir sínar um hvaða hlutverki LornaLAB getur gengt á vettvangi lista og nýsköpunar á Íslandi.

Some LornaLAB founding members introduce their own work and discuss the future of the lab.

Mælendur á skrá / speakers:

Áki Ásgeirsson studied music in Gardur, Keflavik and Reykjavik, he studied composition and electronic music in The Hague, Holland with Martijn Padding and Clarence Barlow. Áki often incorporates new instruments in his compositions, his music has been performed widely at home and abroad.

Erik Parr is an american artist currently living and working in Reykjavik, his recent work might be described as systems art. Erik’s works usually incorporate contemporary technology as a way to investigate new formal languages and how those forms reflect the human condition.

Halldór Úlfarsson is a multimedia artist who´s works often reflect on their own inception. Halldór would like to make art that is more technologically complicated than what he is currently able to produce.

Hannes Högni Vilhjálmsson is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Reykjavik University, where he conducts research at CADIA in the area of A.I. Hannes holds a doctorate degree in Media Arts and Sciences from the MIT Media Lab and a BS in Computer Science from the University of Iceland. He is a co-founder of two companies that employ interactive experiences for training.

Margrét Elísabet Ólafsdóttir is a doctoral candidate in esthetics at the Sorbonne, she writes and comments extensively on art in Iceland with a special interest in new media.

Sigrún Harðardóttir studied art and multimedia in Iceland, the Netherlands and Canada, she holds an MA in multimedia from UQAM in Montreal. Sigrún has exhibited paintings, video- and multimedia-installations for two decades in Iceland and abroad and has several works in collection. She currently teaches at the Iceland Academy for the Arts.

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