The Book Sprint, directed by Andrea Grover, is part of Grover’s research fellowship at the STUDIO. A book sprint is a process for collectively authoring a publication in a condensed period of time. The A/S/T Book Sprint will bring together six cultural producers to collectively create a book on the subject of contemporary artists working at the intersection of art/science/technology, with a focus on the recent shift from artist/inventor dependent on industry or academy (as embodied by pioneering programs from the 1960s such as Art and Technology at LACMA and Experiments in Art & Technology), to independent agent (artists conducting scientific research or technological experiments outside the framework and discourse of an institution).
Joining Grover to create this critical reflection on the current state of art/science/technology practice are the following cultural producers: Régine Debatty, Claire Evans, Pablo Garcia, Jessica Young, and Luke Bulman.
Produced by the STUDIO in partnership with the Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University. Funded in part by a grant from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
More info on the
A/S/T Book Sprint Blog or on Flickr
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