An artistic application that analyses the ways in which we work with information and data through the use of AI technology and biology.

APEIRON is an application that analyses the ways we work with information. Using this independent and transparent, self-regulating application powered by AI technologies, users can regain control of their digital identities and reduce the influence corporations have over our data. This approach offers users alternative ways to manage and protect their information. The users are represented by biological cells; their data flows like viruses.

Robert B. Lisek (Germany)

Robert B. Lisek is an artist, mathematician and composer who focuses on systems, networks and processes (computational, biological, social). He is involved in a number of projects focused on media art, creative storytelling and interactive art. Drawing upon post-conceptual art, software art and meta-media, his work intentionally defies categorization. Lisek is a pioneer of art based on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Lisek is also a composer of contemporary music, author of many projects and scores on the intersection of spectral, stochastic, concret music, musica futurista and noise. He is the author of 300 exhibitions and concerts.


Oleksandr Sirous (Germany)

In recent years my practice has been based on working with huge amounts of data, understanding and exploring its essence and transforming it into an artistic image. I have concentrated on the themes of social systems and paradoxes and the construction of new social and linguistic constructs. The interrelation of biological and digital nature. Decentralization of physical, digital and intellectual resources. Study of chaotic structures. In these areas I have used the tools of game engines and neural networks to create simulations of advanced social constructions, simulating natural evolution. Also with the help of web tools I was exploring the possibilities of creating new ways of communication and decentralisation. But with the beginning of the full-scale invasion of my country by Russia and the first month of the war that I spent in a bomb shelter, it changed my artistic practice a lot. I have concentrated even more on themes of centralisation, monopolisation especially of intellectual resources. I have defended Ukraine’s intellectual and cultural integrity and independence from Russian imperialism. I started using the tools of new media to document and deconstruct destructive military actions into an artistic image.