A British curator thought it would be a good idea to turn his Art Wars exhibition of artist embellished Stormtrooper helmets into 1138 NFTs. It wasn’t. In this episode, the hosts delve into the replication of artwork in the ArtWars NFT collection and covers topics such as A.I generated art and cloning techniques, featuring guests Artist Amy Karle, Multi-Media Strategist Lechon Kirb, and Star Wars artist, effects designer and animator Mark Anthony Austin.
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An Artist’s Ghost: Embodiment, Exponential Technology, and Afterlife artist talk by Amy Karle (video)
What does it mean to be alive at this time of merging with technology? In this subnetTALK, Artist Amy Karle will lead a discussion around her work, illuminating how she leverages the body as a medium + exponential technologies (including biotech, 3D printing, AI, Neutral Networking, Blockchain, BCIs) as tools for generating possibilities; engaging in new ways of expressing and communicating; to create hybridized forms of art about the future in a post-natural world; and to reveal larger, more fundamental questions of the impacts on ourselves and our future.
In this dynamic and wide-ranging interview, Women in 3D Printing interviews Amy Karle. Topics include Karle's background and why she got into 3D printing, medical futuring / bioprinting replacement parts / bioethics, and how art and exponential technology can be used for the best and highest good of humanity, ecology, evolution and the planet.
As part of the "first ever all female speaker 3D printing conference", industry leaders Amy Karle, Chengxi Wang, Jenny Chen and Laura Kastenmayer discuss "Pushing the Limits of Additive Manufacturing in Healthcare" including: creativity and innovation; accessibility, education, collaboration; digital & additive manufacturing to support ending the covid-19 pandemic; how panelists would ultimately push AM in healthcare if the sky's the limit
What is life in the Biotech era, in this era where we can enhance ourselves as humans? Use biotech and our digital techniologies to become really anyone that we can imagine. The future of humanity rests in the ddecisions we make of. how we use our science and technology and how we design what we want our future humanity to be.
BBC | BBC 100 Women | Amy Karle Talk: “The Future Human: Who Will We Become Under the Influence of Technology?” (Video)
Working at the cutting edge of art, technology, identity and humanity, Bioartist Amy Karle explores what it means to be human at this time of humans and technology merging. Her work questions and illuminates how we can use our exponential technology to heal and empower us, and considers pitfalls, dangers, opportunities and strategies. Her passionate search working through technology and medical futuring manifests in emotionally captivating artworks that trigger the imagination and also advance science and technology in the process. Amy Karle’s work broadens the possibilities of healing and enhancing the body and raises poignant questions of who we can…
Amy Karle is a biological artist who has won international awards. Her works show a speculative future and integrate digital, physical and biological systems. She uses a combination of physical investigation, science and technology to create creations to explore the material and spiritual aspects of life. Karle works deeply dig into our concept of human and human body structure, and express the internal processes of the human body in a visual form. Karle is not only an artist, a designer, but also an agitator and a futurist. She showed us a vision for the future, let us understand how technology…
The American Arts Incubator – Poland “Layers of Life” workshop questioned “What is Life in the Bio-Tech Era?” through the lens of empowerment – exploring this pivotal point we are at in evolution across many strata, including personal, social, emotional and environmental impact, questioning how we can empower ourselves and our world, creating concepts and projects that provoke new ideas to shape a more resilient future.
We are more than halfway into American Arts Incubator — Poland, and it has been an amazing journey witnessing our growth, development, and empowerment of participants and myself through the “Layers of Life” workshop.
The process of making art is like the process of exploring yourself. For me, it is one and the same. Making art is a process of exploring myself and the world around me, making sense of it in a way that is beyond the thinking mind… from a place of all of these stirred influences that made me into who I am… the stirred area of the collective unconscious too… when I’m creating my art, it’s not just for me, and it’s not just from me, it’s from a place that I can only articulate through creating art, and a…