IoT Community of Artists

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IoT Community of Artists

An IoT Community of Artists around the LSPs will naturally be created as consequence of the activities of the implementation of the methodology for integrating ICT and Art in the LSPs. Already the artists referred in this report are part of this Community.

The initial group of artists of the IoT Community of Artists are the ones exhibited at the exhibition Next Things_Next STARTS, in Gijon, Spain, between December 2017 and March 2018. Their wide experience in working in the context of IoT makes of them a privileged group to address relevant questions in the The IoT European Large-Scale Pilots Programme. Next Things_Next STARTS is showing for the first time the results of the research and production residency programme called Next Things organised by LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial in conjunction with Telefónica R+D over a five-year period with the mission to forge new connections and collaborations between art, science, technology and society. Following an open call issued to artists and other creatives, the most innovative ideas and projects related with the Internet of Things were chosen. The award consisted in a six-month residency (two at LABoral and four at Telefónica R+D) to materialise their ideas and projects, as well as substantial funding.

The artists are:

  • Laura Malinverni & Lilia Villafuerte
  • Lot Amorós, Cristina Navarro & Alexandre Oliver
  • Sam Kronick
  • María Castellanos & Alberto Valverde
  • Román Torre & Ángeles Angulo