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Born 1973. Ivor Diosi majored in information security, and wandered through courses on information systems management, philosophy and cinema history. He has been exhibiting since 1999 and received several awards and recognitions at international new media art festivals (ACA Tokyo, Vida 4.0, ZKM Constructed Life, and Transmediale 2004). Currently, he is an artist-in-residence at [[CIANT]] (International Centre for Art and New Technologies). He is best known for his game engine modifications, and has worked with virtual reality, artificial life and human interface design to produce art, which in his words “strives to be detached from socially conditioned perception and simian legacy, as much as possible, and focus on what really matters: the human being as autonomous conscience in the unvoid”. Lives in [[Prague]].
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Ivor is a technoshaman and cyberalchemist. His main obsessions are identity, the existence of space-time, of organic life and consciousness. Works in fields of neurocinema, mixed reality, game-art, bio-art and artificial life. Exhibiting internationally since 1999 at over a hundred new media art venues around the world, and received several prestigious prizes and distinctions. He is the founder of _humane after people_, an international art-science group addressing questions of the future of the human condition and aiming for a machine-unreadable humanity. Their projects strive to be detached from socially conditioned perception and our simian legacy as much as possible, and focus on what really matters: the human being as autonomous conscience in the unvoid.
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Lives in [[Prague]].
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== Awards ==
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* 2014 CYNETART Media-Art Awards 2014 CYNETART International Award 2014
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* 2014 LUMEN Prize 2014 World Tour Selection
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* 2012 Japan Media Arts Festival 2012 Jury Selection “Interactive Art”
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* 2006 VIPER 2006 Basel Nomination VIPER Award “Interactive Art”
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* 2004 Transmediale Berlin 2004 Honorary Mention
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* 2003 Split Festival of New Film and Media New Media Special Award
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* 2003 ZKM International Media Art Award  Die Besten “Interactive Art”
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* 2001 Fundación Telefónica VIDA / Life 4.0 Honorary Mention
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* 2001 ACA Media Arts Festival Japan Jury Selection “Interactive Art”
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* 1997 Honeywell Futurist ´97 Winner Eastern Europe, European Finalist
  
CYNETART International Media-Art Festival Dresden
 
  
 
== Exhibitions ==
 
== Exhibitions ==

Revision as of 19:01, 25 January 2015

Ivor is a technoshaman and cyberalchemist. His main obsessions are identity, the existence of space-time, of organic life and consciousness. Works in fields of neurocinema, mixed reality, game-art, bio-art and artificial life. Exhibiting internationally since 1999 at over a hundred new media art venues around the world, and received several prestigious prizes and distinctions. He is the founder of _humane after people_, an international art-science group addressing questions of the future of the human condition and aiming for a machine-unreadable humanity. Their projects strive to be detached from socially conditioned perception and our simian legacy as much as possible, and focus on what really matters: the human being as autonomous conscience in the unvoid. Lives in Prague.


Awards

  • 2014 CYNETART Media-Art Awards 2014 CYNETART International Award 2014
  • 2014 LUMEN Prize 2014 World Tour Selection
  • 2012 Japan Media Arts Festival 2012 Jury Selection “Interactive Art”
  • 2006 VIPER 2006 Basel Nomination VIPER Award “Interactive Art”
  • 2004 Transmediale Berlin 2004 Honorary Mention
  • 2003 Split Festival of New Film and Media New Media Special Award
  • 2003 ZKM International Media Art Award Die Besten “Interactive Art”
  • 2001 Fundación Telefónica VIDA / Life 4.0 Honorary Mention
  • 2001 ACA Media Arts Festival Japan Jury Selection “Interactive Art”
  • 1997 Honeywell Futurist ´97 Winner Eastern Europe, European Finalist


Exhibitions

  • 2015 Lumen World Tour Show, Crypt Gallery St Pancras Church, London
  • 2015 Lumen World Tour Show, Gallery 5&33 Art’otel, Amsterdam, NL
  • 2014 Lumen World Tour Show, New York Institute of Technology, NYC, USA
  • 2014 CYNETART International Media-Art Festival 2014, Dresden, DE
  • 2014 Gallery39 – permanent exhibition, Canary Wharf, London, UK
  • 2014 "Lumen Highlights", FCA, Canary Wharf, London, UK
  • 2014 Lumen World Tour Show, Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens, GR
  • 2014 Lumen Prize 2014 Opening, Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff, UK
  • 2014 “FabLab” DOX Centre for Contemporary Arts, Prague, CZ
  • 2012 Japan Media Arts Festival 2012, Tokyo, J
  • 2012 “Molding the Signifier”, ČVUT University, Prague, CZ
  • 2011 “VIDA 13.2” Fundación Telefónica, Madrid, E
  • 2010 “end it now Prime Minister”, massive public participation event, Prague, CZ
  • 2009 “Robots and Avatars” NESTA, with body>data>space, London, UK
  • 2009 amber’09 festival, Istanbul, TR
  • 2009 “Hallerstein” National Theatre Slovenia, performance with Kibla, Maribor, SLO
  • 2009 Kinetica Art Fair 2009, performance with body>data>space, London, UK
  • 2008 CYNETart_08, Trans-Media Academy Hellerau, Dresden, DE
  • 2008 “Ludic Times” ISEA 2008 Art Camp, Singapore, SG
  • 2008 “PostMe_NewID” ICA, with body>data>space, London, UK
  • 2008 “Virtual Physical Bodies” Centre des Arts Enghien, Enghien-les-Bains, Paris, FR
  • 2008 “Immediate”, Kibla, Maribor, SLO
  • 2007 eGolems Biennale, Ministry of Culture Argentina, Buenos Aires, AR
  • 2007 “Lilith” Academy of Fine Arts Prague, Prague, CZ
  • 2007 CIANT Gallery, Prague, CZ
  • 2007 ArtExpress Lamparna, performance w/ CIANT, Labin, HR
  • 2006 NIVAF Nagano International Video Art Festival 2006, Nagano, J
  • 2006 “runaway” Gallery Priestor for Contemporary Arts, Bratislava, SK
  • 2006 Laboratory for Mixed Realities, performance w/ CIANT, Köln, DE
  • 2006 “Syntapiens – Avatar – Umbot”, Ljubljana, SLO
  • 2006 VIPER Festival, Basel, CH
  • 2006 “Chlap, hrdina, duch, stroj” Medium Gallery, Bratislava, SK
  • 2005 EnterMultimediale 2, Prague, CZ
  • 2005 “Arc Nomade” Ecole Superieure D’Art w/ CIANT, Aix-en-Provence, FR
  • 2005 Multiplace IV Festival “bezOBRAZie”, Trnava, SK
  • 2005 “Metro” Gallery Priestor for Contemporary Arts, Bratislava, SK
  • 2004 Transmediale 2004, Berlin, DE
  • 2003 8th International Festival of New Film and Media, Split, HR
  • 2003 “Constructed Life” ZKM International Media Art Festival, Karlsruhe, DE
  • 2002 “Slovak Photography 1925–2000”, Prague Municipal Gallery, Prague, CZ
  • 2002 Multiplace Festival, Bratislava, SK
  • 2002 Gallery Priestor for Contemporary Arts, Bratislava, SK
  • 2002 Japan Media Arts Festival, Tokyo, J
  • 2001 SVA Visual Arts Museum “New York Digital Salon 2001”, New York, USA
  • 2001 Fundación Telefónica “VIDA Life 4.0”, Madrid, E
  • 2001 DMF Digital Media Festival 2001, Quezon City, PH
  • 2001 Slovak National Gallery “Slovak Photography 1925–2000”, Bratislava, SK
  • 2001 6th International Festival of New Film and Media, Split, HR
  • 2001 Metropolitan Museum of Photography / ACA Media Arts Festival, Tokyo, J
  • 1999 "Telecom’99" Palexpo, Geneva, CH

Literature

Books
  • Aurel Hrabušický, Václav Macek, Slovenská Fotografia 1925-2000: Moderna, Postmoderna, Postfotografia (Slovak Photography, 1925-2000: Modernism, Post-Modernism, Post-Photography), Slovenská Národná Galéria (Slovak National Gallery), January 2002, ISBN-13: 978-8080590581 (English, Slovensky (Slovak)) [Amazon] [artforum.sk]


Articles
  • CIANT International Centre for Art and New Technologies Prague, "Interview: Ivor Diosi", Prague TV, October 2007 (English)
  • Stredoeurópsky dom fotografie (Central European House of Photography) Bratislava, "Ivor Diosi - VERT.EGO", Newsletter, Mesiac fotografie 2005, September 2005 (English, Slovensky (Slovak))
  • EnterMultimediale Festival of Art and New Technologies Prague, "Ivor Diosi - vert.ego", Newsletter, EnterMultimediale 2, May 2005 (English)
  • The Daniel Langlois Foundation Collection, Anthologie 2003, 2003 (English, Française)
  • Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, "Vida 4.0 Artificial Life Art International Competition Jury Statement", Fundación Telefónica Madrid, November 2001 (English) [Mirror]

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