Cyber Entropy by AVRAR LAB @ artloft.berlin
The exhibition “Cyber Entropy” is about art, science and the effects of artificial intelligence on society. As a result of the Covid19 restrictions, the exhibition will be partly virtual and partly physical. Photos are exhibited in the windows of artloft.berlin.
A world premiere of cybernetic photos by Loudwig van Ludens in collaboration with Marcin Ratajczak and his OLED light technology from INURU Berlin.
The streaming series is about art, science and culture in Berlin, taking into account the current situation. From November 21, 2020 to probably January 21, 2021, there will be an audiovisual event every Saturday that we will broadcast. In the series, interviews, concerts and performances with scientists, artists and cultural workers are recorded and broadcast. In addition, international live broadcasts by artists are discussed and broadcast in artloft.berlin.
In the meantime, the Cyber Entropy exhibits will be set up in artloft.berlin to be opened as a public exhibition after the Covid19 restrictions have been lifted. We start the series with an interview, video and lecture with the quantum physicist Dr. Jean Luc Lehners from the Max Planck Institute in Potsdam on the probabilities of the creation of the universe.
AVRAR LAB unites visionaries and doers who have spared no effort and risks in their careers to realize their visions. They are empirical and metaphysical researchers of the macro / meso / micro cosms. Artists, scientists, inventors, developers who deal with the multi-dimensional aspects of contemporary culture, based on competence experience and the innovative approach in their passion and profession, without following short-lived trends or a fashion. The aim is to use analog and cyber techniques to translate ideas that have been developed together into audiovisual works in order to communicate beyond words.
Our members work professionally, nationally and internationally with cultural, scientific institutions and industry and maintain a private exchange with creative people from these areas. Loudwig van Ludens, Marcin Ratajczak from AVRAR Lab and the scientific staff from INURU develop objects and interactive cybernetic room installations in the Technology Park Adlershof (Germany’s Silicon Valley).
Cyber-Entropy is supported by artloft.berlin, a brand of made @ venues GmbH & Co. Kg.