ATNE Salon: The Inseparability of Art and Technology

Join Art Technology New England for the second in our series of informal discussions on art/technology topics. At each event, we’ll start the discussion with a presentation by an expert in the field who’ll provide context and raise provocative questions. Next, with the help of a moderator, we’ll turn the debate over to you. Share your ideas, discover new ones and participate in analytical discourse and artistic cross-pollination.

Alexander Reben

Engineer and artist Alexander Reben

This salon led by Alexander Reben will explore the unbreakable ties between art, technology and humanity. It will also cover some works of art which highlight people’s relationship with technology. The salon will begin with a short presentation followed by discussion questions. The remainder of the salon will be discussions in the group which will naturally lead though many topics.

Free event. Please bring your own refreshments.

Space is limited. Please RSVP to Alexander Reben at

When: Wednesday, October 24th, 7:30pm
Where: Boston Cyberarts Gallery
141 Green St.
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

Alexander is an engineer by day and an artist by night. He has a background in robotics, interaction and tangible design. When not working on robots and novel interfaces, Alex creates and builds kinetic, robotic and interactive art. He is a graduate from the MIT Media Lab and has taught courses at MIT and workshops internationally. Work Alex has done has been shown at Ars Electronica, MIT, Axiom, EYEBEAM, The Whitney Biennial, the RISD Sol Koffer gallery and others. Alex’s investigations into art and science have been published in major proceedings and books. His work has been featured in news outlets such as New Scientist, Fast Company, BBC, CBC, Hack a Day and others. He has spoken at well known venues including TED, ignite, foo camp and several universities.

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