Coralie Vogelaar is an Amsterdam-based visual artist. In her ongoing research, she explores human bodily knowledge with technical binary 'logic', and see what we can learn from ourselves in the combination of the two. Her work consist of systematically conducted studies in which she combines - in an intuitive manner - different research methods from different disciplines. Both her background and interest are interdisciplinary, and she works together with (data)scientists, creative coders, actors, dancers and choreographers.
Recent exhibitions were in HeK (House of electronic Arts Basel), ZKM - Karlsruhe, Veem House for Performance, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Kunstverein Kassel, Science gallery Dublin, Impakt Festival Utrecht, UnArt Museum Shanghai, Noorderlicht Festival, Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, MU Artspace, V2 - lab for the unstable media, FOMU - Antwerp, SPRING Festival Utrecht and Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen. She currently is doing a residency at TU Eindhoven Innovation Lab.
Next to my artistic work I spend part of my time teaching on several art academies. This is in the form of individual guidance and workshops, whereby I teach different research methods – especially in working with analysation of image datasets – and how to implement them in an artistic practise. These methods can be related to Computer Vision or Datascraping but could also be focussed on the human brain and our ability of thinking in analogies.
With Marjolein Vogels I give workshops were we not only learn how to analyse images but also possible methods to translate them in movement.
Furthermore I give lectures on Computer Vision from the perspective of my own practise.
Archiving space workshop
Translating image to movement workshop
The financing of my projects are supported by: