Lucas Evers

Lucas Evers joined Waag Society is leading Waag Society's Open Wetlab. He is actively involved in several projects at the crossroads of locativity and narrativity as well as bio art en design.

Lucas Evers has an education as an artist and teacher in the creative arts and studied politics at the University of Amsterdam. He worked at the cultural centres De Balie and De Melkweg in Amsterdam, programming cinema, new media and politics. He organized an extensive programme around the French cinematographer Chris Marker at De Balie and was closely involved at programmes such as 'net.congestion – international festival of streaming media', Next 5 Minutes, e-culture fair, Archeology of Imaginary Media and a number of programmes in the field of the so-called 'life sciences'.

Besides his job at Waag Society, Lucas is also an advisor at DasArts, second phase theatre and performance education.

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Thursday 26 October 2017

The first STARTS Talks was held in Berlin to discuss the advantages and challenges of collaborations between sciences, technology and the arts.

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Tuesday 11 July 2017

The 'Critical Making' project has delivered a position paper as an outcome of three earlier held meetings.

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Tuesday 18 April 2017

The work 'Parting the waves' of Semiconductor (artist duo Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt) is part of the exhibition 'Future Emerging Art and Technology'.