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Intimate Science, by Roger Malina

Mainly oriented towards bio-art and its coopeation with science, this exposition gathers several artists or reflexion groups. Not explicitly digital, but using a lot of computer technology, and certainly generative.

An exhibiion in Pasadena (CA, from may 31 to august 28, 2013 ). See the website. It is led by Roger Malina, asronomer and executive editor of Leonardo Journal. "In an interesting new development in the art world, a generation of artists is now collecting data about their world using technological instruments bur for cultural purposes. Shared tool-using leads to overlapping epistemologies and ontologies. These artists both make powerful art and help make science intimate, sensual, intuitive".

BCL/Tokyo. Relations between different kinds of interventions.
Center for Postnatural History (Pittsburgh, PA). A sort of museum of transformed organisms. Not specially artistic.
Markus Kayser /London. Works on odors in London.
Allison Kudla /Seattle. Bio-art, culture, science creativity.
Machine Project/Los Angeles. Experiments, for instance with insects.
Philip Ross/ San Francisco








Paris ACM Siggraph, the French chapter of ACM Siggraph, worldwide non-profit organization of computer graphics.




Les Algoristes, an association of artists using their own algorithms in their work.





Galerie Charlot An important supporter of digital art.