Authors: Erich Prem
Addresses: eutema, Lindengasse 43, A-1070 Vienna, Austria; Vienna University of Technology, (i2c), Karlsplatz 13, A-1040 Vienna, Austria
Abstract: This paper examines results from recent initiatives (FEAT) in the area of art/science/technology interaction. We study cases of artistic residencies with research projects in the area of future and emerging technologies. The results show that artistic interaction with scientists and engineers can lead to new forms of impact for technology-oriented research projects with important long-term effects in public relation of research projects by means of the materiality of artworks. In addition, artists become early adopters of technology based on their acquisition of new competencies and experimentation with research technology. The results from our analysis also indicate a long-term effect on the social networks of both artists and researchers and suggest durable collaboration emerging from longer-term artistic residencies in technoscientific research projects.
Keywords: art; science; philosophy; creativity; ethics; future and emerging technologies.
International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, 2017 Vol.15 No.4, pp.436 - 446
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