Digital encounters is a lectures program with the curator and the artists of the exhibition to make an introduction in digital art and an approximation into the "Extimacy" speech. On this occasion, the guest is the artist Martin John Callanan.

Martin John Callanan is an artist and researcher who explores notions of citizenship within the globally connected world. His concerns include information, data, and knowledge. His work spans numerous mediums and engages both emerging and commonplace technology. His work has included translating active communication data into music; freezing in time the earth’s water system; writing thousands of letters; capturing newspapers from around the world as they are published; taming wind onto the internet and broadcasting his precise physical location live for over two years. He is currently Teaching Fellow in Fine Art Media (Digital Media & Print) at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, member of SCEMFA, Slade Centre for Electronic Media in Fine Art, London and Word Image research group, and Editor at the Leonardo Electronic Almanac. Martin John Callanan has presented his work in many exhibitions and media art festivals in Europe, Russia and Australia. He has participated, among others, in several editions of the FILE Electronic Language International Festival in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
  • March 31 at 8 pm. 
  • Free entrance.
  • Limited capacity.