Grupo Xabide (Ed.), 2008.
The catalogue presents nine projects that were developed between October 2007 and July 2008, investigating products, services, materials, methods or organisational models and reflecting their research in prototypes. At the time of publication, most of the collaborations between artists and research teams are still ongoing, outside the DISONANCIAS framework.
Grupo Xabide (Ed.), Actar, 2007.
DISONANCIAS is a programme that brings R&D&i units from companies or research centres in the Basque Country into contact with international artists for the joint investigation of products, services, materials o procedures, and to give expression to this research in the form of prototypes that respond to the needs of society and anticipate the transformations it will undergo. This catalogue offers a picture of the overall development of the 2006/07 edition, including the 10 projects of collaboration that took place between companies and research centres from a wide diversity of fields, and visual artists from more than 10 countries. In addition, it comes with a DVD of a documentary made by one of the artists (Itxaso Díaz), which covers all of the research undertakings, via interviews with the artists and the representatives from the participant bodies who were responsible for research, innovation or development. You can download the catalogue here, as well as the 15 min. documentary with english subtitles.
Scott, Jill (Ed.), Springer.
This book verifies the need for the arts and the sciences to work together in order to develop more creative and conceptual approaches to innovation and presentation. By blending ethnographical case studies, scientific viewpoints and critical essays, the focus of this research inquiry is the lab context. For scientists, the lab context is one of the most important educational experiences. For contemporary artists, laboratories are inspiring spaces to investigate, share know-how transfer and search for new collaboration potentials. The nine labs represented in this book are from the natural, computing and engineering sciences. An enclosed DVD documents the results. http://www.artistsinlabs....ish/publications.htm
MAHE Emmanuel, Art Everywhere, Global and Chinese perspectives for innovation Conference,Beijing, 2006-10-20. http://overcrowded.anoptique.org/PresentationEmmanuel
ITEM, FACT & Liverpool University Press.
ITEM is FACT's research and development programme. It supports the exploration and development of tools and technologies for the exposition and exhibition of artworks using new and emerging technologies. This publication features documentation and reports from ten research projects, which have taken place within the ITEM scheme between 2003 and 2005. http://www.item.org.uk
Joke Brouwer, Arjen Mulder, Anne Nigten, Laura Martz, V2_NAi Publishers.
In the creation of electronic and digital art, a research and development phase is almost always necessary. This research is notably interdisciplinary, linking visual and sound artists with engineers, programmers and designers as well as with scientists from diverse fields. aRt&D lays open this new, investigative field of art, by looking at a number of characteristic and thought-provoking projects. At the same time, it develops a theretical frame-work for situating and evaluating this new artistic practice. http://publishing.v2.nl
MENGER P.-M., Le Seuil, coll. République des Idées, Paris, 96 p.
WILSON Stephen, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 945 p.
FOURMENTRAUX J.-P., DROUIN R., Centre d'Études des Rationalités et des Savoirs (Cers), CNRS, Université Toulouse II, http://www.olats.org/projetpart/artmedia/2002/t_rDrouhin.html
LUCAS, BUREAUD, POUTS-LAJUS, Rapport d'étude.
Rapport pour l'Union Européenne commandée à une société autrichienne, Council of Europe Publishing, Bruxelles, 229 p.
Craig Harris, The MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts London, England.
PARC's Artist-in-Residence Program (PAIR) brings artists who use new media to PARC (Palo Alto Research Center) and pairs them with researchers who often use the same media, though in different contexts. Art and Innovation explores the process that grew from this pairing of new media artists and scientists working at the frontier of developing technologies. http://leonardo.info/isas...s_artinnovation.html
CENTURY Michael, Centre for Research on Canadian Cultural Industries and Institutions / Next Century Consultants, McGill University. http://www.nextcentury.ca/PI/PI.html
LEVY P., Rapport au Conseil de l'Europe, Odile Jacob, Paris.
E.A.T., No. 9., New York.
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