Hyundai Artlab

LACMA Art+Technology Lab

LACMA
2015 - 2021
The Hyundai Project: Art + Technology at LACMA
Left: Ansel Adams photographing in Yosemite atop his Woodie station wagon, 1935, photo by Cedric Wright. Right: Matthew Shaw and William Trossell of ScanLAB Projects in May, 2016, with terrestrial laser scanners, atop their modified Hyundai Santa Fe.
Left: Ansel Adams photographing in Yosemite atop his Woodie station wagon, 1935, photo by Cedric Wright. Right: Matthew Shaw and William Trossell of ScanLAB Projects in May, 2016, with terrestrial laser scanners, atop their modified Hyundai Santa Fe.
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LACMA Art+Technology Lab

2015 - 2024

The LACMA Art + Technology Lab supports experiments in design, creative entrepreneurship, adventures in art and industry, collaboration, and interdisciplinary dialogue. Inspired by...

The LACMA Art + Technology Lab supports experiments in design, creative entrepreneurship, adventures in art and industry, collaboration, and interdisciplinary dialogue. Inspired by LACMA’s seminal 1967–71 Art and Technology Program, which paired prominent artists such as Claes Oldenburg and Andy Warhol with major corporations, LACMA’s Art + Technology Lab develops artist projects that engage emerging science and technology in collaboration with innovators. The Lab provides grants, in-kind support, and facilities at the museum to support new projects that take purposeful risks and foster innovation and collaboration across disciplines. Advisory board members lend their experience and expertise to the Lab and help drive the conversation around how museums will use new technology in the future. The Lab is an important part of The Hyundai Project: Art + Technology at LACMA, a joint initiative exploring the convergence of art and technology, and Hyundai Motor is participating as an advisory committee member along with Google, Snap Inc., and SpaceX.