On the occasion of Maker Art 2020, a section of Maker Faire Rome entirely dedicated to the relationship between art, science and technology, Re:Humanism proposes a series of talks dedicated to the exploration of the themes of the call for artists.
RE:DEFINE THE BOUNDARIES
RE:HUMANISM ART PRIZE
The exhibition of the ten winners will be displayed at MAXXI, the National Museum of 21st Century Arts of Rome.
Opening May 5th 2021
5/05/2021 – 30/05/2021
Curated by Daniela Cotimbo
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INFO AND HOURS
5 May 2021 – from 2.00 pm to 7.00 pm;
Tuesday to Friday
Free entry – from 11.00 am to 7.00 pm;
Saturday to Sunday
Free entry with reservation – from 11.00 am to 7.00 pm (max. 30 people for each shift);
[open to the public according to museum opening hours, following the provisions of the last Decree Law].
Weekend: reservations required here
In October, the appointment with “Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition” returns, in its seventh edition in the capital. But this year, for the first time, Maker decides to focus attention on contemporary art, contaminated with new technologies through the new section curated by Valentino Catricalà.
For the third consecutive year, four days of talks, exhibitions, performances and workshops dedicated to art that innovates science, business and society. Within the Festival Art + b = love (?), Re:Humanism brings part of the exhibition exhibited in Rome, by AlbumArte, to the spaces of the Mole di Ancona.
Critical thinking applied to technological development
The Cult. Ass.Re:Humanism was born to give a structure to various cultural activities such as exhibitions, festivals, conferences and educational projects in order to investigate the relationship between humanistic and scientific culture with a main focus on Artificial Intelligence’s research.
This technology lends itself to various ethical, social and philosophical reflections. The task of culture is to set new questions and to offer new possible needs, developments, ways of using technology – intended as a medium. After launching the art prize, Re:Humanism pursues the aim of widening its range of action, also engaging in other cultural, research and educational activities.
Re:Humanism makes use of the collaboration with various institutions at an international level.
Here are the partners of the second edition of the Prize:
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