In an era where physical and digital realms intertwine, Amy Karle’s work leverages emergent and exponential technologies to probe fundamental questions of life and create ultra-contemporary artworks that illuminate potential impacts of technology on humanity and the future.
Amy Karle’s work has granted her with profound understanding of the intricate relationship between technology and the human experience. She shares these insights through talks, think tanks, writing, and advocacy, embodying a thorough contemplation of a future at the nexus of art, design, science, and technology.
Amy Karle partners with forward-thinking organizations and companies to create unique, boundary-pushing collaborations and commissions that result in impactful, inspiring, and groundbreaking outcomes, fostering mutual growth and innovation in a synergy of creativity and shared vision.
The Last Snow
For the 2024 Sapporo International Triennial Art Festival, Artist Amy Karle will be presenting a new, immersive, interactive installation artwork in “Future Theater”. This exhibition pavilion is themed: 2124 –Where the Future Begins which features work by internationally renowned artists showcasing artistic expressions that look 100 years into the future under the theme of “The Last Snow”.
ECHOES FROM THE VALLEY OF EXISTENCE
Echoes From the Valley of Existence is an immersive installation that delves into the interplay between life and the digital and biological remains that we leave behind. The interactive artwork enables participants to manifest their bio-digital avatars through digital twin body tracking and provides the opportunity to leave text messages and DNA for an archive that will be launched to the moon in 2026, creating a multi-sensory experience that questions the boundaries of existence in a technologically integrated future.
Amy Karle’s latest WORK in FORBES
In her interactive art installation Echoes From the Valley of Existence, Amy Karle collects and sends digital and DNA samples to the moon. This project, merging biotechnology with artistic expression, invites reflection on the legacy of humanity’s biological and digital remnants, provoking contemplation on how future beings might interpret the echoes of our current existence. “…the installation’s more about provoking questions than providing answers. Questions about how the biological and digital remnants we leave behind “echo” ahead in time, for example, and how future societies could interpret these relics.”
Merging human stem cells and 3D printed scaffolds, this bioart sculpture embodies a future of regeneration and healing through the wisdom of the body supported by biotechnology.
Switching up conventions about the body and beauty, this series of garments based on anatomy depicts representations of internal systems in wearable form.