Posted by specialK August 29, 2012

The ZERO1Biennial is North America's most extensive showcase of the connection between art & technology. Scheduled from September 14th to December 8th, 2012, curated exhibitions, public installations, speaker events & performances will all explore the theme 'Seeking Silicon Valley'  across Silicon Valley & the Bay Area. 

The photo below is from Aram Bartholl's 'Dead Drops': USB flash drives that are embedded in walls, inviting people to drop data on the drive or find strange & interesting data dropped by someone else. 

Annina Rüst & Amy Alexander's 'Discotrope' uses solar cells to power a discoball. 

Artists Jamie Zigelbaum & Marcelo Coelho's interactive light installation.

 Pictured below, Nicole Aptekar's 'Transect Cascade' is a site-specific sound installation

Eduardo Kac's 'Aromapoetry' turns scents into poems. 

These photos are just a tiny fraction of what's scheduled for ZERO1's 'Seeking Silicon Valley'. Check out times & dates for all  events right here. [via]


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