Audiovisual production that traces the process of collaboration between four artists and four scientific researches, and which forms part of the exhibition 'Máquinas de ingenio. Jakintzen bidegurutzean' at Tabakalera. Research into robotics, neuroscience, nutrition and energy engineering dialogue with the language of art, resulting in a series of works or prototypes that reflect on contemporary techno-scientific culture, its powers and challenges.
The artists Laura MM, Marina Otero, Claudia Paredes, Amaia Vicente and Elsa Yranzo have participated in the exhibition, curated by María Ptqk, in collaboration with the teams of the Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language (BCBL), the Basque Culinary Center's gastronomy technology centre (BCC Innovation), Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC) and Tekniker.
The project has been developed within the CIRCE programme (Creative Impact Research Center Europe), created by the Ministry of Culture and Media (BKM) of the Federal Republic of Germany to strengthen the economic role of the cultural and creative sector. Tabakalera joins other research centres in Europe to integrate this programme with which it continues its line of work ACTS (Art/Science/Technology/Society), initiated in 2020.