The Art of Creative Technology vs. Colorful Tradition - VS808

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This session covers artists Sougwen Chung and Yinka Ilori, who take their inspiration from the old and the new, arriving at different destinations while both developing new forms of creativity.

Sougwen Chung, Canadian-born, Chinese-raised artist known for innovative and interdisciplinary work that explores the interaction between humans, technology, and art. Sougwen has developed the use of robots as nonhuman collaborators to develop new ways of creating, resulting in mesmerizing and intricate visual compositions.

Yinka Ilori is a British-Nigerian artist and designer known for work that revolves around themes of identity, heritage, and cultural narratives. Drawing inspiration from parables and verbal traditions from his Nigerian roots and upbringing in London, he has been celebrated for his use of color and pattern to create engaging and immersive experiences. 

Technical Level: General Audience

Type: Luminary Session

Category: Thought Leadership

Track: Video, Audio, and Motion

Audience Types: Illustrator

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