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Space Cow, Planetarium Hamburg

Photo: Antje Budde

KNOWLEDGE CREATION

Knowledge creation projects can take on the form of mini-symposiums, conversations and exchanges. The purpose is to build an idea and knowledge generator that connects people and grows the seeds of new projects and collaborations.

Project title  

Collective/Collecting Intelligence

Explorations of Artistic Intelligence A/I in the context of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

BrAInsTOrm 27. March, 2021. 11am-1pm ish.

Via Zoom

Supported by SSHRC Institutional Grant (SIG), offered by the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Toronto

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An introduction to the mysteries of synthetic data

BrAInsTOrm 23. June, 2020. 2-4pm.

Via Zoom

A collective learning in preparation of Ratting the Curve

A collaboration with Vicki Zhang - Statistician

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BrAInsTOrm 9. June, 2020. 2-4pm.

Via Zoom

A collective learning in preparation of Ratting the Curve

A presentation by  Lynne Heller - Co-director of the Data Materialization Lab, OCAD Toronto

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Slide and text: Lynne Heller

Project title 

CHAOSMOSIS mAchInes

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

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Supported by the

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

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 events, Leonardo networks – Nina Czegledy

ArtsSci Salon – Roberta Buiani

Digital Dramaturgy Labsquared – Antje Budde

Topological Media Lab – Michael Montanaro | Navid Navab

Supported by the SSHRC SIG fund at U of T.

Mini-Symposium 30. March, 2019. 11am-2pm.

Performance Studio, Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Toronto

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Lead Team

Antje Budde - concept and organizer

Ilona Posner - KEY thought presenter

Trina Moyan - KEY thought presenter and performer

Vicki Zhang  - KEY thought presenter