The project implementation is supported by the University of Rijeka, Art Projects sector.

FULL POGRAM please see below

Video documentations are on YouTube Channel

Duration 1 year with the possibility of continuation

Research field: art, new media arts, augmented and virtual reality art, artificial intelligence

With the COVID-19 crisis, many processes related to the development and use of digital technology have become visible and widely applicable in practice. The focus of social events, including education and the arts, is shifting to the digital space. The objectives of the course are to raise awareness and explore the intertwining of artistic and scientific, public and private, the phenomenon of misinformation, censorship, algorithmic populism, related to art education, work and presentation. The knowledge gained through the collaboration of mathematicians and artists, through an interdisciplinary approach, will result in an e-book that will bring together experiences and art forms developed through the project.

Programs of lectures, podcasts, conferences, workshops and online courses are planned, open to participants of all components of the University of Rijeka and applied for an open competition, at the national and international level with the possibility of participating in the YUFE network. Participants will be selected through a public competition. All participants will be invited to participate in further artistic and scientific activities of the University of Rijeka and beyond. All project results will be documented, archived and presented in various forms, including the integration of all activities into an electronic book as well as an exhibition at the Academy of Applied Arts in Rijeka.

Project leader: Assoc. Art Master Tomislav Brajnović, APURI; Collaborators: Assoc. Ingeborg Fülepp, CIM APURI, Assoc.Prof. Vedrana Mikulić Crnković UNIRI Department of Mathematics, Assoc.Prof. Maštrović, UNIRI Department for Informatics, Dijana Protić, mag. art, FFRI PhD student


17. 05. 2021. Ana Meštrović, How can AI-based approaches help in infodemic management? (Vor-Program)

21. 10. 2021. Ingeborg Fülepp, Dancing with Robots

27. 10. 2021. Dijana Protić, Maestral builders, virtual reality project, Methodology in artistic research

04. 11. 2021. Maurice Benayoun, VOV TWODEES BY MOBEN Value of Values, Transactional Art on the Blockchain. The lecture and discussion is part of the exhibition opening of Glowing Globe, Artificial Art Alienated Rijeka and Zagreb 2021.

11. 11. 2021. Tomislav Brajnović, Recenzent 2

25. 11. 2021. Vladislav Knežević, Increase the Resolution of your Perception

02. 12. 2021. Joanna Hoffmann, RhiZone: [PapiLLa]

02. 12. 2021. Mechthild Schmidt Feist, Engaged Media: Lalbagh Tree Story

09. 12. 2021. Michael Saup, 1001 Suns, The Archeology of Future"

16. 12. 2021. Aleksandar Vejnović, Ecology of Sound: Thoughts about an auditory culture in a post pandemic time

13. 01. 2022. Vedrana Mikulić / Bojan Crnković, Math and Art or Math vs Art

22. 02. 2022. Gaia Radić, Gardens of Babylon

22. 02. 2022. Marko Mrvoš, Coronments 3D prints created by researching the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic on social media posts

31. 04. 2022.Anastasia Marčelja -ars memoriae, Visualisation of fluid frequencies through interactive electromagnetism