S+T+ARTS is showcased during ARS-ELECTRONICA festival 2020, from Sept 10th to 13rd!
STARTS -Science +Technology +Arts -is about thinking out-of-the-box and building bridges between these three fields.
With disruptive methods of exploration and an accurate critical eye on the use of technology, artists decisively raise awareness of the societal challenges and global concerns we are facing.
STARTS is driven by the conviction that science and technology combined with an artistic viewpoint also open valuable perspectives for research and business, through a holistic and human-centered approach.
Co-creation processes between dancers, visual artists, painters, designers, and engineers, developers, sociologists, physicists, or machine learning specialists lead to ground-breaking explorations on our current social and economic challenges. They bring attention to climate change, cyber-security, human and robots interactions, artificial intelligence. Through their projects, STARTS teams work on new concepts and novel products that have the power to shape open-minded, sustainable and ethical technologies for a more inclusive society.
See here some insight on the artists´ experiences within the STARTS projects:
JOIN THE STARTS COMMUNITY!
STARTS is sustained by the STARTS Pillars that represent all the dimensions STARTS works with. Different funded projects offer complementary opportunities and services. The platform STARTS.eu aggregates all the pillars and aims at gathering the whole STARTS Ecosystem, offering specific services and functionalities to develop, strengthen and enlarge the community. Actors from all over Europe support STARTS collaborations, using their dynamism and experience to add the + that makes S T ARTS alive.
STARTS.EU IS MANAGED BY:
STARTS is an initiative of the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.It was launched in 2015, following up the findings of previous activities funded by the European Commission, namely ICT&Art 2012, FET-ART, ICT ART CONNECT 2013 and ICT ART CONNECT study, whose results demonstrated the worldwide emergence of communities of hybrid collaborations among science, technology and arts and their relevance.