Emanuel Gollob (b. 1991; lives and works in Vienna) paints a picture of a multilayered narrative of technology as a convoluted species and potential valuable mediator in a multi-species world. An ecological system of intertwined digital and physical realms with parallel learning/unlearning on different levels. A relational world with and between independence and still connectedness.
With his art practice, Emanuel Gollob bridges the knowledge towers of aesthetic research, system-A.I. interaction and robotics. Gollob graduated from the University of Applied Arts Vienna with a diploma in Design Investigation (2019). Currently, he is artist in residency at MindSpaces, an EU research project in the STARTS initiative framework. Since 2020, he is a PhD candidate and artistic researcher at the University of Art and Design Linz.
Gollob’s work has recently been exhibited in various international institutions, including Smithsonian Arts + Industries Building, Washington DC (2021); Science Gallery Melbourne, Melbourne (2021); Laboral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Gijón (2020); Ars Electronica Center, Linz (2019) and Liedts-Meesen Foundation, Ghent (2019), among others.
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