Neuroscience BAD Award Winner 2022, BIO Art & Design
This year’s winners were selected out of a long list of 120 proposals by artists and designers from all over the world, who responded to the Open Call at the beginning of 2022. This long list was reduced to a short list of eleven contestants, who after a careful matchmaking got the opportunity to write a joint proposal together with a scientist/researcher connected to a prominent Dutch research institute.
collaboration with an intelligent machine, research, learn, and ultimately
create an experience of a ‘new’ form of embodied language which explores a more
intuitive, non-anthropocentric way of sensing and communicating with the world.
According to the jury this project advances an ambitious goal of re-introducing forgotten or unnoticed information back into the body. It is intriguing how they envision this by featuring a strong and essential AI component, as well as an invitation to the audience to experience new haptic sensations and a sublime sense of surrendering control.