Ancient Greek philosophers used the term τέχνη to describe the holistic nature of a creative process, the inseparable alliance of an artistic act and «craftsmanship» as a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
One always opposes what nature makes chaotically, blindly to the human art created by a master using tools called technologies.
TECHNE is a big platform for exchanging ideas and offers, a space for scientific experimentation and elaborating theories. Here, scientists together with artists create artworks, while art critics and theorists consult engineers.
The integration of technological art into the contemporary art context and supporting artists in creating new artworks.
TECHNE x ::vtol::
INTERFACE OF THE ONGOING solo exhibition of Dmitry Morozov
30 JULY — 29 SEPTEMBER
Educational project for teenagers from 12 to 16 years old. TECHNE Teens provides listeners with basic knowledge of art&science.
The program aims at integrating young art experts into exhibition projects and gives them an opportunity for professional development.
The TECHNE Platform restores significant Russian media artworks, such as Chernishev's "Shining Star" and Prometheus Institute's "The Electronic Artist" (see at the exhibition).
One of the platform's key feature aiming at the art process disclosure and fostering the dialogue between an artist and audience. The first project implemented at the OPEN Lab was ::vtol::'s "12226" (see at the exhibition).
Cooperation programme among scientists, engineers and artists, aiming at linking and networking and resulting in collaborative art projects.
Antonio Geusa Olga Remneva Stas Sharifullin
Coordinator Vera Eroshchenkova
Venue — NCCA
Centre for Contemporary Art as part of ROSIZO (a state museum and exhibition centre)
13s2, Zoologicheskaya st., Moscow, Russia email@example.com +7 (985) 161-68-97