Artware2, a group show at the Catholic University Cultural Center in Lima, Peru features the work of 11 artists who deal with the unholy trinity of art, science, and interaction. Italian curator Umberto Roncoroni chose work that elaborates on digital life, generative art, virtual reality, and interaction. He writes: 'We think about interaction in a cultural way, we insist on ideas like science/art relationships, links and contaminations between digital culture and local traditions (antropology, archeology).' One of the exhibited artists, Roman Verotsko, develops software to make algorithmic pen plots of flowers. See the 'cyber flowers' online, or in Peru, through May 4. -- Rachel Greene
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