HAB 2.0

Yesterday we had the first kick off meeting for the High Altitude Bioprospecting (HAB) 2.0 project at The Francis Crick Institute. Following on from our first exhibition and programme at BOM (Birmingham Open Media), we are aiming to develop a new project to be delivered in 2021.

Algorithmic Photograph shortlisted for the British Photography Awards 2019

“Trails of Birds Over Merlin’s Cave” was shortlisted for the British Photography Awards 2019 in the Birdlife category. The algorithmic photograph was taken in 2018 on a trip to visit Tintagel Castle in Cornwall and captures five minutes of birds flying above the crashing waves next to the sea cave where, according to Arthurian legend, …

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Lecture at University of Hertfordshire Biocomputation Group

ArchaeaBot: A Post Singularity, Post Climate Change Lifeform Artists in Residence Anna Dumitriu and Alex May were recently awarded an European Media Art Platform Residency at LABoral in Spain and Arts Council England funding to develop their new project in progress.

Exhibition at Texas A&M – March 2018

College Station, Texas– Art, science, and technology combine in a fascinating fusion as the Wright Gallery of the Texas A&M College of Architecture opens their latest exhibition Anna Dumitriu and Alex May: Recent Works, running March 5-8, 2018.

Art Science and Cocktails

ART SCIENCE & COCKTAILS SENTRALEN, Oslo 7.November kl.20 – 22 As part of the “Technology & Emotions” conference in Oslo, Alex will be giving a talk: “Alex will present a selection of his key artworks, an overview of the creative software he has made and released, and outline his proactive approach towards long-term preservation of …

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Virtual Tour of Our Friends Electric exhibition

HARR1 and the Antisocial Swarm Robots are on show at QUAD Derby until September 10th. If you haven’t had a chance to visit yet, or if it’s a little far to travel, you can explore the Our Friends Electric exhibition virtually right now:

Francis Crick Institute commission

Alex May Arts has been awarded a prestigious art commission to design and create a captivating new digital artwork for permanent installation in the front window of the Francis Crick Institute in London.

Sequence VR at Imperial College Festival

Sequence VR will be at the Imperial College Festival in London on Sunday, May 7th. This new version – previously shown at Oxford’s Museum of History of Science (pictured) – features synchronised smells to augment the virtual reality experience.