Tag Archives: Tom Estes

Should We Be Worried? Artist Tom Estes On Net Neutrality

  Chosen by high profile judges from over 900 entries from around the globe, The AVBIV Selected Artists for 2017 at La Biennale di Venezia include Tom Estes’ Live Art Performance: The Anomaly Tom Estes‘ Live Art performance, The Anomaly, … Continue reading

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Automation Nightmare: Scientists, Artists And Philosophers Warn We Are Creating A World Without Consciousness

With the potential of an Artificial Intelligence to rival our own consciousness and the proliferation of robots in the workforce Abstract Expressionism created with robotics rather than the human hand is an interesting metaphor for our times. Image- Tom Estes … Continue reading

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Future Tech: Expert Systems

Artist Tom Estes for Art Selectronic at The Internet Yami-Ichi (Blackmarket) at Tate Modern. Estes’ work, like Science Fiction, is a sort of thought experiment and serves as a useful vehicle for “safely” discussing controversial topical issues, providing thoughtful social commentary on potential … Continue reading

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Navigating Accelerationism

Conceptual prankster Tom Estes presents his work “Blitz” (2009) as a large screen digital projection for ONE MINUTE ONLY. The work will be shown as part of an exhibition and conference, Speeding & Braking: Navigating Acceleration for The Screen and Audiovisual Research Unit Continue reading

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Stranger Than Fiction: Dreaming Your Way Out Of Disaster

Annunciation by artist Tom Estes. The title of the work ‘Annunciation’ is a Biblical term which means the announcing of ‘the incarnation’ or a materialization of the unrealized in a concrete form. The work therefore relates to multiple worlds; possible, fictional … Continue reading

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Imaginary Cities

I’m sure I’m like most of you when I say Saturday mornings as a child were made up of animated shorts of an imaginary futurescapes like the Jetsons. However Imaginary Cities need not simply exist in fiction or the mind. Each city … Continue reading

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Venice Residency

The Live Art Performance by Tom Estes at ‘’Parallax: Other Realms’ will inaugurate The Biennial Project’s expanded program of large screen digital projections at La Biennale di Venezia. The performance will coincide with Estes’ time at the newly founded Biennial … Continue reading

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