The FEAT project (Future Emerging Art & Technology) organises an exhibition at Bozar that will display artworks created by internationally acclaimed artists working in collaboration with FET projects.

Still from Robots in distress by Boredomresearch

FEAT is happy to announce the second exhibition of the project's artworks, this time at BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels.

The exhibition wil be open from September 14th-30th 2017,  Tue - Sun: 10am - 6pm and Thu: 10am - 9pm.

The exhibition displays the result of the collaborations of artistis with  FET projects funded through the European Union's FET Open Programme. The research topics explored by these projects and artists cover a wide range of topics, amongst which there are gene regulation, quantum physics, underwater robotics, carbon capture, and exascale computing.

For more details please check the dedicated FEAT's  (where you can download the exhibition flyer) or the BOZAR's webpages.

FEAT is also having a discussion panel at Ars Electronica Festival,  on why this collaboration between artists and scientists can occasionally be difficult but is rewarding nevertheless. For more details check here.

On 14th September 2017 and also in BOZAR, there will be a symposium on Art, Science & Technology collaborations in Europe. This event is co-organized by the Estonian presidency, BOZAR, and DG CONNECT in the European Commission. Our FET coordination action BRAINHACK will also be part of this event and they will include some pitching talks and the announcement of their residency winner.  For more details on this symposium please cick here. 

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FEAT project - http://featart.eu/
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