An international symposium about new art + science/technology through three thematic threads:
- Sound Art/SoundWalks ~ Luz María Sánchez (Mexico City, Mexico) + Rob Mackay (Hull, England)
- Feminist Art in a Digital Age ~ Carol LaFayette (College Station, Texas) + Ha Na Lee (Seoul, Korea) + Martha Wilson (Brooklyn, New York) + Lisa Woods (Austin, TX)
- reGEN: artists and scientists addressing renewable energy and regenerative design ~ EPIcenter (San Antonio, Texas) + Land Art Generator Initiative (Seattle, Washington)
A new app designed for the Southside of San Antonio will be unveiled during the Sound Art/Sound Walks section. Women working with new technologies will show and tell during Feminist Art in a Digital Age. Discussion about the world’s first Solar Mural artwork debuting at Luminaria the night before will happen during the reGEN portion of the program
An LHI Art-Sci Project of Land Heritage Institute (LHI) in partnership with Luminaria and the Southtown Arts District Festival with special thanks to the Mercury Project, the 5th Biennial LHI Art-Sci Symposium has been made possible through support from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Texas Commission on the Arts and the Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation.
Geared toward a general audience; fine for families with finesse.