Art Augmented Applications, IoT The Art Of Technology

Ms Biliana K Voden Aboutaam, Owner
BILIANA K The Art of Technology
Switzerland
 

Downloads

Europe 2019 (pdf) Presentation - IDTechEx*
Europe 2019 (audio) Presentation - IDTechEx*

If you already have access, please [Login]
Access can be purchased via IDTechEx Credits
 

Speaker Biography (Biliana K Voden Aboutaam)

Decades of research into dematerialization as a state, led her into identifying the
phenomenon of digitalization, DATA and its immaterial state, as "primal informational
matter" or pure Digital Mass, to build and construct the body of a totally
dematerialized work of art.
The notion of an infinite body of the Art Work /Sculpture is no longer seen as a
philosophical or ethical statement, but it is translated, constructed, morphed literally
into a technological format, as APPlications and fundamental part of Internet of
Things.
Based in Geneva, the artist of Bulgarian origin Biliana K. Voden Aboutaam graduated
from the Fine Arts Academy of Brera in Milan in scenography and art history (1999).
During her studies, she already had an interest in the theatrical language of the
avant-garde, which does away with the narrative and the units of time and action until
all that remains on stage is without syntax and alphabet: the void.

Company Profile (BILIANA K.)

Biliana K. is an Art/Tech Startup, that develops problem solving technology and innovation regarding the Digital Art market. The process of Quantification of Data, created by Biliana K. is an Unique Artistic Concept, that transforms any ordinary Data Input, into new state of the matter, as Digital Mass, by introducing the Digital Mass Particles, that literally attributes Mass to Data. For the first time an Artistic Concept generates a pure technological artifact with unique technical characteristics and parameters and unique poetical and Human Dimensions, that are impossible to replicate and reproduce! The company is Pending Patent Application in the US.
View BILIANA K. The Art of Technology. YOUR DATA AS ARTWORK. IoT, Wearables, 3D Printing Timeline