Martin Reiche combines disciplines that did not seem to belong together: art and scientific research.

With increasing importance of scientific progress and engineering, the last decade has also been an important one for the artistic side of our society. A separation of both arts and science seems no longer appropriate, at least from an artistic side. In this talk, I want to dive into my approach of combining worlds that did for a long time not seem to belong together, reflecting on art that stems from scientific research, scientific research evolving out of the arts and the anthropological questions that almost naturally evolve around this genuinely new field which is neither art, sciences or humanities, but something new, hybrid, and nevertheless important.

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Martin Reiche is an audiovisual artist living and working in Berlin, Germany. He is co­founder and head member of the Laboratory for the Analysis of Social Networks (LASN) at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design, co­founder of the Subformat Research Group with research on theory of space and spatial digitalization phenomena and is regularly presenting on professional computer science and digital art and gaming conferences.

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