At Köln International School of Design, we are hosting the summer school Hidden Layers from July 18 to 22. The event gathers a diverse group of experts to collectively discuss and learn about artificial intelligence in design. It is held by the research project KITeGG on design and AI and combines a public program with talks, an exhibition and workshops with internal meetings of the five art and design schools that are part of the projectContinue reading
RoboLAB is a sculpture, workshop and gallery for inclusive and accessible art in Cologne’s famous underground culture location Odonien. Here, a group of KISD students worked with artists from the disability community, prototyping interfaces that incorporate the diversity of human perception and action.Continue reading
Opening exhibition with contributions by KISD students
On September 6, a new space art space and event series is opening in Cologne: RoboLAB 2020. The first event is the show Circolaris that takes place in the walkable and accessible sculpture of the same name, created by Odo Rumpf in Odonien. This sculpture will provide a lasting space for inclusive, accessible and multi-genre art and culture projects.Continue reading
After participating in the Utopian Cities, Programmed Societies summer school, a group of KISD students takes part in an exhibition of the summer school’s results at Fabrica de Pensule in Cluj, Romania.Continue reading
How does design look in times of the gig economy, template culture, scripted layouts, and the standardized interaction and aesthetics of the responsive web? What is the design potential of last year’s tools and devices we already have forgotten? How can we show work and projects while our audience is immersed in their own smartphones? In a collaboration with FH Dortmund, a group of KISD students exhibits work dealing with questions like these under the title “Print is not dead/The post-digital condition.”Continue reading
After having traveled to Berlin over spring break, staging a successful exhibition at Schillerpalais project space, “Das Berlin-Projekt” stops at San Francisco Art Institute for a final show. On the roof of the school’s café, digital re-configurations of the works shown in Berlin are presented in the Invisible Gallery.
On Friday, December 6th our exhibition Computerspielen. Perspectives of Play opens at Dortmunder U (U2_Kulturelle Bildung/Museum Ostwall). The exhibition presents artistic positions from the past decade that analyze computer games and the act of playing. It is organized for Next Level Conference 2013 and is open until January, 5th 2014.