Panel Discussion: Robotics Residency

Sunday 18 October, 2015

In July 2015 the Khyber produced a call open to Halifax-based artists, in search of project proposals reflective of life and art in the Internet age and themes currently being explored through its publication Crit paper.

Over the late Summer/Fall 2015 months the selected artists, Esmé Hogeveen and Kyle Alden Martens worked independently on their proposed projects and in part with the scientists at Pleiades Robotics Inc. to develop new bodies of work to engage the public in discourse on contemporary art, digital culture and their own practices.

A panel discussion was held 6pm, Sunday 18 October, 2015 at the Pleiades studio and robotics test site: 968 Mitchell St. Halifax NS. Our artists-in-residence, Esmé Hogeveen and Kyle Alden Martens joined Pleiades founder Patrick Edwards-Daugherty in a discussion about their new bodies of work.


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