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A Taste of Tech at Art Basel

A Taste of Tech at Art Basel

Written by wyncode on 3rd December 2014, 10:00 AM

With Art Basel taking over Wynwood the next couple of days, we here at Wyncode wanted to highlight some of the more tech-savvy events and displays taking place this weekend.

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Mobile Minds @Art Basel

This invitation-only event puts C-level industry leaders and mobile influencers in a room together to discuss their ideas on how mobile will innovate technology in 2015, including a special panel on Latin American influence.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Andy Diaz Hope & Jon Bernson’s “Beautification Machine”

A collaborative effort between Miami Project and San Francisco’s Catherine Clark Gallery, Hope and Bernson’s “Beautification Machine” uses clips from various news channels along with mirrors and other audio and visual components to create a mixed media experience for the viewer like no other, immersing them in light and  sound.

 

 

 

 

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Pratt Digital Arts

Displayed on brand new OLED and LG Ultra HD 4K televisions, this gallery displays digital works by Pratt students and graduates, in conjunction with LG and Surface Magazine.

 

 

 

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Sime MIA

An offshoot of Europe’s premiere digital business event, Sime MIA–in conjunction with MIA Collective–brings together various industry leaders in art, technology, and media to discuss their insights into the future of the industry.

 

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ITPalooza

Adding to the buzz generated by Art Basel, Nova Southeastern University’s holding its 3rd ITPalooza, an annual event bringing together over 2,000 tech heads and numerous non-profit tech groups for various panels, displays, a hiring fair, and a performance by tech band GeeFORCE.

 

Theo Jansen’s Strandbeest

In conjunction with Audemars Piguet and the Peabody Essex Museum, Theo Jansen brings his works of engineering genius to Art Basel: wind-powered automated machines made completely from pvc pipes. Check out the video above, then consider your mind blown.

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Daniel Arsham “Welcome to the Future”

Cleveland-based artist Daniel Arsham has collaborated with Locust Projects, digging an excavation trench in Locust’s gallery floor then filling it with various 20th century media to create his artistic piece, “Welcome to the Future”.

 

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