With his artistic practice, Emanuel Gollob (AT) (b. 1991) bridges aesthetics, artificial intelligence and robotics. The spectator’s emotions when perceiving his works are most important to him. In his projects, he explores different methods of interacting with them. Gollob graduated from the University of Applied Arts Vienna with a diploma in Design Investigation (2019). From 2020 to 2021, he was artist in residency at MindSpaces, an EU research project in the STARTS initiative framework. Since 2020, he is a PhD candidate and researcher at the University of Arts Linz.
Gollob’s work has recently been exhibited in various international institutions, including Smithsonian Arts + Industries Building, Washington DC (2021); Science Gallery Melbourne (2021) and Art Science Museum Singapore (2022), among others.