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Following the third round of Cairotronica titled Data Fiction, we return to you with a 10-day event during which we feature 3 different artwork one of which hasn’t been on display before.
The talks program aims to start a mutual dialogue between the audience and artists. It gives the space for artists participating in the festival to share their ideas and concepts with the audience to better understand the different practices of artists using new technologies in their work. All events are free but registration is mandatory. English is the language used for all of the talks.
Mia Zabelka transfers quantum noise which is a product of fluctuations in optical fiber communication, which usually interrupts music performances, into sound art. The acoustic Quantum Noize is correlated with optical visions, played by Epitaten — Quantum Cinema imagery, where the scattered grid of the Higgs field meets the Platonic world of ideas, in 5 dimensions & beyond.
Cairotronica’s 3rd edition showcases artworks and projects from Egyptian, regional and international artists who outline the complexities of dealing with new technologies and explore the
Looking at existing datasets through algorithmic and analogue methods, participants can interrogate how data, and by extension datasets, work – how it can be warped and manipulated and ignored and lost, how it can be both individual and human and vast and conceptual – and by doing so, offer critical and conceptual ways of engaging with this methodology that is made and constructed from the ground up.
The workshop is an introduction to how to create fictional maps using digital tools. In that context, the participants will be invited to imagine/sketch a fictional landscape in the form of cartography based on data sets of their choice.
Volunteers are extremely essential to Cairotronica’s 3rd Edition, which will take place from 26 April to 1 May. Starting from 17 April, you will be contributing to making