Arts at CERN and Pro Helvetia have announced the artist duo AATB as the selected artists for the first edition of Connect, a three-month residency at CERN aimed at artists from Switzerland with a distinct interest in fundamental science and interdisciplinary approaches.
During their 3-month residency at CERN, AATB aims to explore representational methodologies of space and time through their work and research in Non-Industrial Robotics.
About the artist duo
AATB explores the idea of Non-Industrial Robotics. The studio is experimenting with industrial robotic systems such as robotic arms and industrial automation processes. It develops works engaging with Human-Machine Interactions through the lens of kinetic and interactive situations.
AATB was founded by Andrea Anner and Thibault Brevet. Andrea Anner was born in Zurich, Switzerland, graduated from ECAL in 2012 with a MA in Art Direction: Type Design, and in 2008 from ZHDK with a BA in Visual Communication. Thibault Brevet was born in Lyon, France, graduated from ECAL in 2015 with a MA in Visual Arts and in 2012 with a BA in Graphic Design.
Connect: Residencies by Arts at CERN and Pro Helvetia
Launched in 2021, Connect is a collaboration between Arts at CERN and Pro Helvetia that promotes and supports dialogue between artists and scientists within the Laboratory’s context. Connect offers a national and an international format, both open to art practitioners from all disciplines supported by Pro Helvetia.
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