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Crypto Miner Car

15/03/2020

Ongoing

Concept: Duo LarbitsSisters

Production: Larbitslab

Coproduction: Larbitslab, Waag – technology & society, dyne.org

With the support of: Innovatieve Partnerprojecten Grant Flemish Community, TOKAS International Creator Residency Program

Thanks to: Lucas Evers, Minoru Hatanaka, Akihico Mori and Toru Kubota

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BitSoil Tax & Hack Campaign

10/02/2018Installation

Concept and realisation: Duo LarbitsSisters

Executive production: Larbitslab

Software development: Vincent Evrard, Arnaud Crucifix, Jenny Mainframe

In collaboration with: Curator and writer Fredo De Smet, Peng! Collective

Partners: Gluon, Fundamental Research

With the support of: Research & Development Grant Flemish Community, Production Grant VGC (Flemish Community Commission)

Thanks to: iMAL, ERG

Performance:

and& summit festival Leuven

03/05/2018

Exhibitions:

Currency, New Media Gallery – New Westminster, Vancouver

02/09 > 13/12/2020

The Question of Intelligence – AI and the Future of Humanity, Kellen Gallery – The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, New York

07/02 > 08/04/2020

Mind the Deep: Artificial Intelligence and Artistic Creation, Ming Contemporary Art Museum (McaM), Shanghai

07/11/2019 > 09/02/2020

Lying Sophia and Mocking Alexa – An Exhibition on AI and Art, Hyundai Motorstudio Art District 798, Beijing

12/06 > 21/10/2019

Brussels in SongEun: Imagining Cities Beyond Technology 2.0, SongEun ArtSpace, Seoul

25/03 > 08/06/2019

ERROR – The Art of Imperfection, Drive, Berlin

16/11 > 28/02/2019

BIG HOUSE Contemporary Art Center, Wuhan, China

27/10 > 20/12/2018

CyberArts 2018 Prix Ars Electronica, OK Center for Contemporary Art, Linz

06/09 > 16/09/2018

Gluon Platform for Art, Science and Technology, Brussels

17/05 > 27/05/2018

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> bitsoil.tax/campaign


bitSOIL TRADER

06/02/2018

Concept: Duo LarbitsSisters

Production: Larbitslab

Thanks to: iMAL

Performance: Internet Yami-Ichi (インターネットヤミ市) Brussels #2

iMAL | Brussels

30/09 > 01/10/2017

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bitREPUBLIC

01/10/2016

Work in progress

Concept: Duo LarbitsSisters

Production: Larbitslab

With the support of: Flemish Community

Thanks to: iMAL

Showcase: Blockchain Fact. Fiction. Future.

iMAL | Brussels

04/11/2016

Exhibition: John Doe in the Metacity / Utopia & Distopia in Architecture

Halles Saint-Géry

Brussels

24/03 > 21/05/2017

Workshop: Summerschool #2 Making Public Domain / Claims on public space: on disruptive designs and future narratives for an open and free internet

Middelheim Museum

Antwerpen

11/09/2017

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eu4you

13/03/2016Installation

Concept and realisation: Duo LarbitsSisters

Production: Larbitslab

Software development: Computer Science Department UMons

Thanks to: Computer Science Department UMons, FabLab.iMAL, Helios

Exhibition:

Coding/Decoding Borders

Espace Architecture Flagey

Brussels

13/04 > 31/05/2016

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Algorithmic Tube Tales

21/09/2015Installation

Concept and realisation: Duo LarbitsSisters

Production: Larbitslab

Software development: Computer Science Department UMons

In collaboration with: Numediart, Arguslabs

With the support of: Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), Wallimage, Pictanovo

Thanks to: FabLab.iMAL, Master students of the Computer Science Department UMons

Exhibition:

D.ART

Artenova | Mechelen

1/07 > 05/07/2015

Lecture:

Responsible Research and Innovation in ICT Symposium

iMAL | Brussels

10/11/2015

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TubePlot

28/08/2014

Android app

Concept and realisation: Duo LarbitsSisters

Executive production: Larbitslab

Technical realisation: Argus Labs, Numediart

With the support of: Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), Wallimage, Digital Art Wallonia-Brussels Federation, Flemish Community, Pictanovo Special thanks to: Roel Berger, Ann Wuyts, Liene De Bie, Fabien Grisard, Elie-Michel Nono Nouagong

Exhibitions:

Art & Digital Technologies: Disruptive Innovation practices for an Unknown Future

Bozar Electronic Arts Festival (BEAF) | Brussels

28/09 > 05/10/2014

Vice versa – From research to media arts

Quinzaine numérique 2014 | Mons

27/09 > 16/10/2014

Lectures:

Responsible Research and Innovation in ICT Symposium

iMAL | Brussels

10/11/2015

Transdemo

Quinzaine numérique 2014 | Mons

16/10/2014

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> tubeplot.net



Metropolitan Views / Flanograph

27/11/2013Android app

Concept: Duo LarbitsSisters

Executive production: Larbitslab

In collaboration with: Master students Computer Science Department UMons

With the support of: Flemish Community

Special Thanks to: Prof. Dr. Tom Mens, Christian Frisson

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Presentations & Lectures:

20th International Conference on MultiMedia Modelling

Dublin

08/01 > 10/01/2014

HyperUrbain 4: Hybrid Mobility

Valenciennes

18/06 > 19/06/2013

Conference Art and Geography Aesthetics and practices of spatial knowledges

Lyon

11/02 > 13/02/2013

Books:

Flanographie

Eulalie Pierquin & Duo LarbitsSisters

100 Notions pour l’Art Numérique

coll. 100 notions, Paris: Les Éditions de l’Immatériel.

Scenarizing Metropolitan Views : FlanoGraphing the Urban Spaces

Jacobs Bénédicte, Jacobs Laure-Anne, Frisson Christian, Yvart Willy, Thierry Dutoit, Leleu-Merviel Sylvie

Cathal Gurrin et al. (Eds.): MMM2014, Part II, LNCS, Springer, pp. 11-21.

Flânographier l’espace : pour une poétique computationnelle de saisie de l’expérience Urbaine

Bénédicte Jacobs

HyperUrbain 4 : Mobilité et Parcours Hybrides

dir. Khaldoun Zreik

Europia Productions  


MyMiniMaxiLoveLife

28/11/2012Prototype

Concept: Duo LarbitsSisters

Executive production: Larbitslab

In collaboration with: La Villa Hermosa

With the support of: Digital Art Wallonia-Brussels, Flemish Community

Lecture:

Intentain 2013, 5th International Conference on Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment

Numediart Institute for Creative Technologies

University of Mons

02/07 > 05/07/2013

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> MyMiniMaxiLoveLife

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