Art Thinking + Technology: A Personal Journey of Expanding Space and Time

Art Thinking + Technology: A Personal Journey of Expanding Space and Time

Scott Kildall

About This Talk

August 15, 02017
What place is there for art in the 21st century world of technology, business, and science? Everywhere. Scott Kildall, a SETI artist-in-residence discusses the role of
 Art Thinking: how art is changing and staying the same 
in an advancing and unsettling world. Kildall is a cross-disciplinary artist who exhibits around the Bay Area and internationally. He writes algorithms that transform datasets into 3D sculptures and installations. The resulting artworks often invite public participation through direct interaction.

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