Rhizome Seven-on-Seven @ NYC's New Museum

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Art X Tech

Each year Rhizome presents Seven-on-Seven a conference that pairs seven leading artists with seven luminary technologists, and challenges them to make something new together – be it an application, artwork, provocation, or whatever they imagine. They unveil their creations, and discuss their process, at an intimate public event in NYC at the New Museum.

This year, Niio Co-Founders, Rob Anders and Oren Moshe were fortunate attend this truly unique event at NYC's New Museum.  Be sure to check out the presentations. 

  • Miranda July (artist, filmmaker, writer) and Paul Ford (writer and Cofounder, Postlight)
  • Jennifer Steinkamp (artist) and Rana el Kaliouby (Founder, Affectiva)
  • Trisha Baga (artist) and Mike Woods (Founder, White Rabbit VR)
  • Junglepussy (rapper) and Jenna Wortham (Staff Writer, the New York Times)
  • Hito Steyerl (artist) and Grant Olney Passmore (Cofounder, Aesthetic Integration) Ingrid Burrington (artist) and Meredith Whittaker (Founder, Google Open Source Research Group)
  • Claire L. Evans (artist and writer) and Tracy Chou (Software Engineer, Pinterest)

Artist Hito Setyerl was paired with Mathematician and Theoretical Computer Scientist Grant Olney Passmore co-founder of Aesthetic Integration, where he developed the Imandra formal verification system for analysing and regulating financial algorithms. Their presentation began, "Dear Donald Trump, we fixed your immigration plan."

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Rhizome

Rhizome is an art and technology organization based on the internet, and an affiliate organization of the New Museum. It supports contemporary art to create richer and more critical digital cultures, through programs online and off – including commissions, exhibitions, events, an online journal, and an archive of over 2000 born digital artworks.

Seven on Seven

Presented by Rhizome, the Seven on Seven conference pairs seven leading artists with seven luminary technologists, and challenges them to make something new together – be it an application, artwork, provocation, or whatever they imagine. They unveil their creations, and discuss their process, at this intimate public event.