E.A.T. (Experiments in Arts and Technology): Open-Ended, 26 May 2018 — 16 Sep 2018

E.A.T. (Experiments in Arts and Technology): Open-Ended

E.A.T. is a non-profit organization established in the 1960s by the Bell Labs engineers, Billy Klüver, Fred Waldhauer and other artists including Robert Rauschenberg and Robert Whitman. It started off as a pioneering group to promote collaborations and communication in a variety of areas, all from the equal stance, ranging from art and technology to cinema, dance, and even industry. Introduced for the first time in Korea, the exhibition on the history of E.A.T. adopts different perspectives as it explores the activities and works which embarked on a new chapter for artistic and creative expressions with its interactions between art and technology. It includes numerous archival materials related to the E.A.T., along with the collaborative artworks works by the many who became masters of contemporary art today.

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