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Robot Couture: Is Tech Fashion Having a Moment?

“Fashion tech designers are leading the charge… combining science, tech, and art to bring new and exciting possibilities to the industry, and help shape the vision of the future. From the unforgettable, super iconic moment when Alexander McQueen brought robot arms in fashion-making to the stage, to Iris Van Herpen, who combines cutting-edge tech and precise craftsmanship to produce delicately unique feminine clothing, to ultra-contemporary artist Amy Karle’s hybrid artworks and garments that offer a glimpse into the future possibilities of technology in fashion and who we could become when our bodies merge with technology, these designers and artists are…

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ART + TECHNOLOGY Episode 10 – Part 1 Could NFT Artwork Really Last Forever? (video)

“Is blockchain the new afterlife? … Amy Karle returns to Art+Technology to talk about her pivot toward the metaverse. Amy shares how she was able to "transcend the physical into the decentralized digital" in her new skull-inspired collection. Host Gemma Cairney gets a crash course on NFTs and learns about new opportunities for artists in the era of blockchain.”

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Interview With Artist Amy Karle (podcast)

Spotify | iTunes | Google “We are joined by ultra-contemporary artist Amy Karle. Heralded as BBC's 100 most inspiring & influential women, Amy discusses her journey into web3. She is known for her exhibits worldwide and the impact they play in our technology based world. In this 1:1 interview, Amy questions technology's impact on humanity and the future impact blockchain may have on our everyday lives. Her web 3 presence is growing and she discusses her excitement to build, as she begins her NFT art journey.”

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Project 1138 Ep II: Clones (podcast)

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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Unknown Unknowns: The Milan Triennale

“Amy Karle grew bone on a bioprinted scaffold in the shape of a human hand. Made of biodegradable hydrogel, the scaffold eventually disintegrates allowing the human Mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs from an adult donor) seeded onto the design to grow tissue and mineralise into bone… In the perspective the Milan exhibition, the work suggests a future when we will be able to use 3D printing to “fix” the first humans on Mars. It also investigates who we could become if we exploit the full potential of biotechnologies.”

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Generative and Autonomous Art: How Does It Affect Copyright Law?

‘Not only are we “fighting” for copyright with machines, but humans and animals have a new co-creation relationship. Bioart is an artistic practice that combines art with living tissues, bacteria, living bodies and life processes. Artist Amy Karle uses the intelligence of human stem cells to create artwork. Under the framework of controlled conditions, the artist allows these forms to grow on their own, giving up control over the way they develop.’ (translated)

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Atlas of Data Bodies 1: Body images in art, design and science in the age of digital media

“What fascinates Karle, especially with regards to the human body, is the contradictory potential of technology... In art, it is possible to negotiate inescapable questions as well as utopian and dystopian future scenarios. But how does the convergence, mixing and reconfiguration of organic and artificial bodies affect our definition of what it means to be human? In relation to the significance of illness, healing, and technology within her biography, Karle exposes philosophical lines and nodes around the human body and its fragility. Her works are hybrids that embrace artistic as well as scientific methodologies. As such, she can be described…


Artist Amy Karle’s Inaugural Exhibition in the Metaverse

“Karle has shown in museums worldwide including The Smithsonian, The Mori Museum, Ars Electronica, and the Centre Pompidou, and is now exhibiting this NFT art collection for her first exhibition in the metaverse! OnCyber Wake Gallery can be viewed March 7-21, 2022… The digital artworks in The Skull Collection explore the meaning of mortality and question the implications of technology on humanity that remains in the digital domain. The artworks are contemplations of how we can transcend the physical into the digital after we die.”

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Introducing the (A) in STEM Processes

This publication presents a collection of global arts and science cases, including work by Amy Karle, categorized into three phases - Insight, Process, and Output - to understand the existing collision between the fields, aiming to inspire teachers, artists, and scientists to appreciate the advancements in science and art, and use them to create meaningful visions for the future. Karle’s work “encourages envisioning both medical and artistic futuring, fostering innovation and education. This may serve as a foundation for further exploration and research opening conversation about transhumanism, synthetic biology, the future of medicine and implants and speculative design.” ISBN:978-952-344-432-4

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NgraphT by Keevo Partners with Artist Amy Karle to Drop First NFT Art Collection

“Encouraged by NFT collectors to curate and share her NFT artwork, her first drop has been highly anticipated. Half of the collection sold out in the first 30 minutes during the early access mint-list… Karle's genesis drop, The Skull Collection, is a series of artworks created from 3D scans of a human skull illuminating her explorations into the legacy of our digital remains after we die… Rumors of Karle creating an NFT drop have sent the traditional art-world into a frenzy with global key players pre-booking Karle for exhibits including her NFTs. Her NFTs are solid investments, as her value…


Enter the Skull Collection: Keevo Partners with Artist Amy Karle for an Original NFT Collection

"For all the disruptive cycles of the crypto-world, it is NFTs that fuse artists, technology, investors, and collectors in immutable symbiosis. This is why, for our first NFT collection, we’ve partnered with an artist built for the Metaverse... Amy Karle. As a highly acclaimed, ultra-Contemporary artist, we could tell right away that she is set to become one of the leading female artists in the blockchain space."

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“Gaia: Genes, Calculations, Intelligent Design and Automata Illusory Self; Other Realms” at the Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, 14 domestic and foreign artists show the collision of art and technology

“Amy Karle's creations integrate digital, physical and biological systems to show the material and spiritual aspects of life… [her artworks] launch a new spiritual ritual, and transform themselves into the figure of "Gaia" in the age of technology.” (translated)

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Historicization and Relational Dialectics of Contemporary Art and Technology:“Gaia.: Gene, algorithm, intelligent design, automata_A mirage self, The Other Realm”

“Science provides facts about truth, art provides meaning about truth. After the former is applied and transformed into an art form by the artist, the focus is no longer on the functional imagination of the tool, but more on how the artist can escape from the rigorous logical dialectics, reflect on and respond to the impact of new scientific knowledge and technology on civilization, and Through the exploration of aesthetics and spirituality, it shows the "illusory self" imagined by human beings through technology, and the ideal "other realm" that they try to create… While transforming herself into the figure of…

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Advance Your Art: From Artist to Creative Entrepreneur | Ep236 Amy Karle – Internationally Award-Winning Bioartist (podcast, start @ 4m)

Amy Karle is an internationally award-winning artist and a successful entrepreneur. In this illuminating and motivating interview, Amy Karle discusses her artwork, philosophy and approach, the source of her inspiration and drive, and her business practices surrounding facing fears and the importance of deadlines and a healthy regiment, setting smart goals, and what success means to her.

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Controversy and Challenges: Future Metaverse Art

‘In the future, after brain-computer and human-computer integration technology is formed, the sensor will be directly connected to the neural network. This is not a virtual experience, but a real feeling. You who enter the virtual digital world are the real immortality of you. In the future, the brain-computer connection technology will download and upload a person's consciousness and memory to another body, machine, or computer. If you live on the computer, you can also move freely in the metaverse. In 2011, Amy Karle experimented with this in her "Biofeedback Art", where she reflected her body and consciousness in a…

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“Aura Reproduction”: Body Image Reproduction

‘As an artist and designer, Amy Karle likes to think about questions like: who do we want to become? how can we reshape ourselves and our bodies? If we can use real cells and living organic tissues, what could we make? “This is the era of the integration of people and technology, and we can use art and tech to be anyone we want to be… New technology enables artists to express themselves through new tools.” (Karle)… Plato divided the world into “visible” and "knowable”, thinking that the “world of appearances” is a copy of the “world of ideas”. The…

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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.

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Metal Magazine | Amy Karle: It’s Beautiful and It’s Scary

Karle is dedicated to creating works that challenge the human condition and questions what exactly it means to be human in the first place... Karle creates enticing works that go beyond its futuristic appearance, they are projects that one day may be used as blueprints for possible solutions in the medical realm... She uses the combination of art and science to create a healthy relationship between humanity and technology, one that heals and restores.