CNR 2016: Lectures: Milan Gustar (CZE): Physical and virtual robotics in art
Examples of robotic and cybernetic principles utilised in physical realisation of artworks. Examples of these principles used in the same area in a conceptual way.
Milan Gustar is an organologist, composer and visual artist, computer programmer, and designer of electronic, electroacoustic, multimedia, and interactive systems. He is focused on the interdisciplinary research in electronics, informatics and applied mathematics, modeling and simulations, mathematical principles in arts, algorithmic composition and genetrative art. Mathematical principles and algorithmic processes appear in his compositions, audio and multimedia installations and visual art.
Milan Gustar specializes in cooperation with visual and other artists in the creation of multimedia, interactive, and kinetic works (artists with whom he has collaborated include David Cerný, Kristof Kintera, Veronika Bromová, Radim Labuda, Kurt Gebauer, Milos Vojtechovský, Floex, Michael Bielicky, Jan Mucska, Federico Diaz, Lukás Rittstein, and many others).
He currently works as a researcher and a pedagogue at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. He is an author of the two-volume book Electrophones, in which he looks at the history, and current state of electromechanical and electronic musical instruments from the viewpoint of organology and electrotechnics.
[image source: Milan Gustar]
[source: Vive Les Robots!]
Milan Gustar is an organologist, composer and visual artist, computer programmer, and designer of electronic, electroacoustic, multimedia, and interactive systems.
Physical and virtual robotics in
Milan Gustar will present his lecture "Physical and virtual robotics in art" at Cafe Neu Romance at 1 - 1:30 pm on the 25 October 2016 at IIM (Institute of Intermedia), FEL CVUT (Czech Technical University) in Prague.
IIM (Institute of
Hall H25 at FEL CVUT
CZ-160 00 Prague.