Art + Technology Lab
Art + Technology Lab
This week, we open an unusual installation by Art + Technology Lab grant recipient Michael Mandiberg. Quantified Self Portrait (Rhythms) is a sound installation in the Pritzker Parking Garage elevators; it combines recordings of the artist’s heartbeat and digital media alerts. Quantified Self Portrait (1 Year Performance), on view on the video screens in Stark Bar, is a video composite of a year’s worth of self-surveillance that create an impression of artist’s daily work...
Jonathon Keats is a self-described "experimental philosopher" who pursues speculative projects that explore the intersection of science, culture, and design. As a recipient of an Art + Technology Lab grant from LACMA, Jonathon has been supported in working and learning alongside various experts from leading companies, including Elizabeth Banks, principal and studio director at Gensler...
Inspired by the spirit of LACMA's original Art and Technology program (1967-1971), which paired artists with technology companies in Southern California, the Art + Technology Lab at LACMA supports artist experiments with emerging technology. Through our sponsors, the Lab provides grants, in-kind support, and facilities at the museum to develop new artist projects. To date, more than a dozen artists from around the world, including Ghana, Ireland, Korea, Mexico, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Switzerland, have received awards through the Art + Technology Lab.
The 2017 request for proposals is now closed. We anticipate issuing our next call in December, 2017.
Project documentation, ranging from code repositories to video archives and project websites, are available here.
The Hereafter Institute at the Art + Technology Lab
Over the weekend of August 27–28, 2016, Art + Technology Lab grant recipient Gabriel Barcia-Colombo launched the Hereafter Institute. Part performance, part sculpture, the experience invited audience members to participate in rituals exploring the digital afterlife.