Undercurrent – Aliaksandra Laurova
Data visualization as a challenge of art and aesthetics
High-volume data combined with exact scientific research or industrial production has become a respected “material” of art. Their visualization through programming languages, algorithms and creative coding reveals the shapes, processes and contexts that result in a distinctive work of art. It is realized in 2D and 3D designs, dynamic and static visual parts with the possibility of interaction.
* 1991 in Brest
She graduated in mathematics and computer science at the State University in Minsk and the Digital Design Studio at FMK TBU in Zlín, and lectures at the University of Business and Law in Ostrava. She participated in the Panta Rhei symposium (Zlín / Uherské Hradiště), Art Colony Cered (Hungary). She exhibited at the Hauerova 4 Gallery at the Silesian University in Opava, and collaborated with the Independent Embassy of Belarusian Culture.
This exhibition is her graduate dissertation project.
Curator: doc. PhDr. Miroslav Zelinsky, CSc.
Graphic concept: Vasil Hatala
We invite you to the closing of the exhibition, which will take place on June 8 at 5 p.m. A lecture on the topic of high-volume data and their use in art will take place at 5 p.m. with the curator of the exhibition doc. PhDr. Miroslav Zelinsky, CSc.