18 November 2016 | 18:00 - 20 November 2016 | 23:00

Exhibition #7: Behavioural Machines

Opening: Friday 18 November 18:00 
Running daily from 16:00 - 23:00 
Entrance 5-10 euro (up to your offer)

Curated by Alfredo Ciannameo

The exhibition 'Behavioural Machines' explores the way in which mathematical models that describe complex natural phenomena have been used to create new audiovisual works applied to domains such as light sculpture, robotics and abstract film. Chaos theory, swarm behavior and processes of emerging life in the biological world (morphogenesis) are the three dimensions in which the selected projects unfold the beauty of modern algorithms.
Using their fundamental rules to set a visual language, these works challenge the audience to look inside the intelligence of the 'Mother of Design': Nature, while anticipating the contemporary debate underlying the science and technology that makes it possible to bring those representations to the next level by means of an Artificial Intelligence (A.I.): the ultimate state in which the algorithm generates its own creative behaviour. 


  • So Kanno - LaserBugs (prototype)
    with projection mapping in collaboration with Krisjanis Rijnieks
  • TeZ - PLASM
  • Ran Ancor - Second Brain