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CHAOSMOSIS mAchInes

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Helen-Gardiner-Phelan Theatre, 2nd floor

79 Saint George Street

Toronto, ON M5S 2E5

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A playful co-presentation by the Topological Media Lab (Concordia U-Montreal) and The Digital Dramaturgy Labsquared (U of T-Toronto)

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CHAOSMOSIS mAchInes

exhibition/performance/discussion/panel/in-situ experiments/art/ science/ techne/ philosophy

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Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Toronto; Computational Arts Program, York University; University of Toronto's Cognitive Science Program, Knowledge Media Design Institute (KMDI), Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology (IHPST), The Centre for Comparative Literature (CompLit), Fonds de Recherche du Québec - Société et culture (FRQSC)

28. September, 2019. 7pm-11pm.

7pm-9.30pm, Installation-performances, Helen-Gardiner-Phelan Theatre, 2nd floor

9.30pm-11pm, Reception and cash bar, Front and Long Room, Ground floor

University of Toronto. 79 St. George St.

A collaboration between

Laser Talks, Leonardo Networks – Nina Czegledy

ArtsSci Salon – Roberta Buiani

Digital Dramaturgy Labsquared – Antje Budde

Topological Media Lab – Michael Montanaro | Navid Navab

please, see more details here:

https://www.cdtps.utoronto.ca/events/chaosmosis-machines

Project description

From responsive sculptures to atmosphere-creating machines; from sensorial machines to affective autonomous robots, Chaosmosis mAchInes is an eclectic series of installations and performances reflecting on today's complex symbiotic relations between humans, machines and the environment. Here, A/I stands for "Artistic Intelligence."

Facilitated by Nina Czegledy (Laser series, Leonardo network) this will be the first encounter between Montreal-based Topological Media Lab (Concordia University) and the Toronto-based Digital Dramaturgy Labsquared (U of T) to co-present current process-based and experimental works. Both labs have a history of notorious playfulness, conceptual abysmal depth, human-machine interplays, Art&Science speculations (what if?), collaborative messes, and a knack for A/I as in Artistic Intelligence.

Topological Media Lab/ Installations

• tangibleFlux φ plenumorphic ∴ chaosmosis

• SPIEL

• On Air

• The Sound That Severs Now from Now

• Cloud Chamber (2018) | Caustic Scenography, Responsive Cloud Formation

• Liquid Light

• Robots: Machine Menagerie

• Phaze

Info: Topological Media Lab current research

Digital Dramaturgy Labsquared/ Performance-Installation

• Btw Lf & Dth – interFACING disappearance

Info (DDL)2 Current Project

Objectives

1. having fun with the infinite joy of learning, making, critical enquiry and wonder

2. presenting cutting-edge, creative, digital technology performances

3. engage multi-disciplinary arts&science communities

4. create a well-informed, creative, multi-perspective dialogue on technology, artistic intelligence, creativity, skills and performance by inviting critical respondents, providing crucial thoughts on each presented work

5. building networks and community between the humanities/arts, sciences, applied sciences and innovative entrepreneurship

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