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ArtTalk: Genetic Moo
Art talk in our new virtual museum.
Would you like to get to know artist behind Microworld Kristiansand? Choose an avatar and join us for the first artist talk in our new virtual museum: http://virtuell.skmu.no/The artist group Genetic Moo will be in conversation with Jack Addis from Lumen Art Projects and curator Toril Haugen from Sørlandets Kunstmuseum. As an avatar in the virtual museum space, you will be able to ask short questions in this live event.
The artist duo debuted their prize-winning digital art installation “Microworld” at Sørlandets Kunstmuseum this summer. Microworld Kristiansand is part of an ongoing series of exhibitions, 300.000 visitors all over the world have experienced Microworld so far. For the first time they will also enter the virtual world with this exhibition.
In this special digital Art Talk, Genetic Moo will discuss the development of this exhibition, and share their practice of working in this expanding field of digital art. Don’t miss this opportunity to join Genetic Moo and Sørlandets Kunstmuseum in this unique art talk.
More about the exhibition: https://www.skmu.no/en/utstillinger/microworld-kristiansand
About the artists: Genetic Moo is a prize-winning digital art duo with a special interest in interactive installations. Based in Margate, UK Nicola Schauerman comes from the field of film and editing, while Tim Pickup’s background includes programming and creative coding. The duo is inspired by popular science, particularly in the areas of ecology, symbiosis, morphology, mutation and artificial life.
Genetic Moo is part of the Lumen Art Projects network.
Dette er en del av prosjektet «Kunst i koronaens tid» som er støttet av Fritt Ord og Cultiva.
SKMU Virtual is developed by Biome Collective. It is based on the online museum of multiplayer art.