Sat Apr, 27 2019, 11AM
Seven on Seven brings together leaders in art and technology for a one-day creative collaboration with a simple challenge: “Make something.” On Saturday, April 27, seven collaborative pairs will reveal their projects at the New Museum. Tickets to the conference are on sale today at Eventbrite.
Co-organized by Michael Connor, Artistic Director; Zachary Kaplan, Executive Director; and Aria Dean, Assistant Curator, this year’s Seven on Seven brings together a cohort of artists and technologists whose projects will explore a diverse array of topics across culture and technology: the aesthetics of high-frequency trading; how insects and robotics can echo one another; AI and the school-to-prison pipeline; languages of the deep future; and more.
Seven on Seven 2019 will feature:
Artist Rachel Rose & Kirstin Petersen, Founder, Collective Embodied Intelligence Lab, Cornell
Artist Matthew Angelo Harrison & Trevor McFedries, Cofounder, Brud
Artist Sarah Meyohas & Tarun Chitra, Founder, Gauntlet
Artist Hayal Pozanti & Laura Welcher, Linguist, Long Now Foundation
Artist American Artist & Rashida Richardson, Director of Policy Research, AI Now
Artist Artie Vierkant & James La Marre, Developer & Activist
Artist Qiu Zhijie & He Xiaodong, Deputy Managing Director, JD AI
Seven on Seven is made possible by the generous support of Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation, founding partner Wieden+Kennedy, New York, and GIPHY.
Sister City is Seven on Seven’s exclusive hotel and after party partner.