Deadline: 30 June 2022. The exhibition is hosted by the Unconventional Computing Lab (UWE Bristol UK) and FUNGAR and COGITOR H2020 FET OPEN projects.

Αποκάλυψη translates as a revelation of God’s will about the end of the world. Before the modern era, ‘apocalypse’ meant doomsday. Post-modern meaning was shifted to the imminent existence of life shaped by disasters. In fiction, the apocalypse relates to the collapse of civilisation caused by wars, climate changes, earthquakes, pandemics. An apocalyptic event reverses civilisation control over nature into the civilisation under the control of nature. The domains of science and engineering that will adapt to a post-apocalyptic world are those whose status was marginal in the former civilisation.

Chair: Andy Adamatzky (UK)
Curator: Irina Petrova (UK),
Advisers: Alessandro Chiolerio (Italy), Phil Ayres (Denmark), Konrad Szacilowski (Poland), Anna Nikolaidou (UK)


Three winners will get prize as follows:

1st Place: Three Amazon vouchers £50 each
2nd Place: Two Amazon vouchers £50 each
3rd Place: One Amazon voucher £50

Selected photographs of artworks will be

exhibited at the virtual exhibition open to general public
presented at the “Post-Apocalyptic Computing” Workshop
included in the book “Post-Apocalyptic Computing” (World Scientific, 2023).
We encourage provocative art works at the edge of arts, science, philosophy, engineering.

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