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Roland Graf: Solar Pink Pong Nominated for the New Technological Art Award

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Solar Pink Pong, the street video game cre­ated by Stamps Assis­tant Pro­fes­sor Roland Graf’s Day­light Media Lab and artist col­lec­tive Assocre­ation, has been nom­i­nated for a New Tech­no­log­i­cal Art Award (NTAA). The game was nom­i­nated for the award, an inter­na­tional art com­pe­ti­tion of the Liedts-Meesen Foun­da­tion, by a jury led by Mar­tin Honzik and Peter Weibel. Solar Pink Pong will be shown dur­ing the exhi­bi­tion update_​6 / NTAA 2016, which will take place from Novem­ber 5 — Decem­ber 4, 2016 at Zebras­traat Ghent and the Cen­tre for Fine Arts Brus­sels, Belgium.

NTAA selects and presents cre­ations in which cul­ture-form­ing tech­nol­ogy plays a cen­tral role. Whether low or high tech, or intu­itive or exper­i­men­tal, these cre­ations always make us atten­tive to the inno­v­a­tive trends of our times. The exhi­bi­tion of achieve­ments of the selected win­ners is a com­pass that ori­ents you to the rel­e­vant and inno­v­a­tive use of tech­nol­ogy in the artis­tic sector.