ARTS TECH: A NEW WORLD OF CONNECTIVITY
The integration of arts and technology cultivates and enhances the content and delivery of artistic creation, even opening up unorthodox ways of experiencing the performing arts. By venturing into new forms of presentation, technology can offer opportunities for artists to explore and break through traditional boundaries.
With the ever-changing performing arts industry, how can latest developments in technology create new paths to deepen audience engagement and experience? What are the synergistic effects and challenges arising from the integration of performing arts and technology?
From May 24th to 27th, the four-day congress of 2022 Hong Kong ISPA Congress focuses on Art/Technology and their impact on the world. Zuni Icosahedron’s co-artistic director Mathias Woo has been invited to attend the May 27th session “ARTS TECH: A NEW WORLD OF CONNECTIVITY” from 4pm to 5pm as one of the speakers. Others speakers are as follows: Tegan Bristow, Senior Lecturer and Principal Researcher of Digital Arts Dept. of the Wits School of Arts, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa. Anna Krauß, Creative Producer of HAU4, Germany. Yoichi Ochiai, Associate Professor of University of Tsukuba, Japan. Rebecca Yu, Chief Manager of Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, Hong Kong, China.