PAPERS

Papers (co-)written by the artist AnneMarie Maes

Alchimia Nova - De l’emergència de conrear el nostre Jardí, 2021

Alchimia Nova - De l’emergència de conrear el nostre Jardí, 2021

title: Alchimia Nova - De l’emergència de conrear el nostre Jardí; editor: Àngels Viladomiu Canela ; author: Àngels Viladomiu Canela; distribution: Universitat de Barcelona, Facultat de Belles Arts, Departament d’Arts visuals i Disseny, 08028 Barcelona, Catalunya, Espanya
Resum: L’artista i apicultora AnneMarie Maes, fascinada per les abelles des de fa més de dues dècades, tracta l’estreta interacció i coevolució entre aquests insectes i els ecosistemes urbans, mitjançant pràctiques d’investigació artística, en col·laboració amb científics i enginyers.
Dialectics of Nature - Leonardo MIT press, 2020

Dialectics of Nature - Leonardo MIT press, 2020

title: Dialectics of Nature: Metabolic Architectures meet Intelligent Guerrilla Beehives; editor: Leonardo ; authors: Dennis Dollens, AnneMarie Maes; distribution: MIT press, Leonardo Magazine Vol.53 No.5; DOI 10.1162/leon_a_01770
Leonardo: https://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1162/leon_a_01770 Between realms of cellular life, city occupation and technology, AnneMarie Maes’s Intelligent Guerrilla Beehive project and Dennis Dollens’s metabolic architectures share a theoretical lineage and form-finding curiosity, subscribing to the vie...

Sensorial Skin, Starts Residency at Hybrid Forms Lab, 2019-2020

title: Sensorial Skin, Report of the residency; editor: AnneMarie Maes ; curators: Hybrid Forms Lab, STARTS residencies; images: AnneMarie Maes; distribution: Starts.eu
Report of the Starts Residency at the Hybrid Forms Laboratory, VU Amsterdam. Vertigo-Starts-Residencies Artwork Presentation in Le Centquatre, Paris, 2020
paper for Hiperorganicos - Rio de Janeiro University, 2018

paper for Hiperorganicos - Rio de Janeiro University, 2018

title: The Intelligent Guerrilla Beehive; Editor: Dr. Malu Fragoso; authors: AnneMarie Maes; distribution: NanoLab, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; ISBN: /
The Intelligent Guerrilla Beehive is a research project on the edge of art and science. It evokes issues of sustainability and biodiversity, giving viewers an artistic experience of my ongoing research related to the disappearance of the honeybee. The goal of the Intelligent Beehive is a double one. At one hand it offers a safe refuge for city honeybees, and at the other hand is is a biosensor that interacts with the environment and that measures the pollution of the foraging fields around the beeh...
Autopoietix - Intelligent Beehive as Architectural Data, 2017

Autopoietix - Intelligent Beehive as Architectural Data, 2017

editors: Dennis Dollens; authors: Dennis Dollens; title: BioIntelligent Beehive as Architectural Data; distribution: autopoietix.blog.it; ISBN:
I came to Maes’s work because her experiments connect living, intelligent systems and technology/biosciences with social (colony/urbanism) architectural and technological prototyping and experimentation. Her work illustrates radical and necessary ecological searches for sharing urban life. Equally, her toolset and research trajectory
Open Systems Exploration for Ecosystems Leveraging - paper, 2016

Open Systems Exploration for Ecosystems Leveraging - paper, 2016

authors: CS-DC e-laboratory members (Masatoshi Funabashi, Peter Hanappe, Takashi Isozaki, AnneMarie Maes, Takahiro Sasaki, Kaoru Yoshida) title: Open Systems Exploration for Ecosystems Leveraging, article for CS-DC e-laboratory, Springer publication
Abstract. We established a Complex Systems Digital Campus e-laboratory “Open Systems Exploration for Ecosystems Leveraging” in view of re- designing sustainable social-ecological systems related to food produc- tion ranging in food, health, community, economy, and environment. 6 initial projects have been set up, namely Synecoculture, P2P Food Lab, Open Systems Data Analytics, The Bee Laboratory, Open Systems Sim- ulation and One-Health Food Lab.
The Sound Beehive Experiment - paper, 2015

The Sound Beehive Experiment - paper, 2015

author: AnneMarie Maes, title: The Sound Beehive Experiment, article for IGNORANCE, the publication of the ALOTOF project, Brussels - april 2015, ISBN 9789491775987
The Sound Beehive Experiment The Sound Beehive Experiment monitors the development of a bee colony on the basis of the sounds it generates. For this purpose, we developed a beehive that is equipped with sensors, microphones and cameras. We made sure that this equipment is not hindering the bees in their daily action. The Sound Beehive is installed in our field laboratory on a rooftop in the Brussels city centre. Fig. 7. Diagram of the technical architecture of the Sound Beehive. The...
The Scaffolded Sound Beehive - paper for IJCAI exhibition & conference, 2015

The Scaffolded Sound Beehive - paper for IJCAI exhibition & conference, 2015

author: AnneMarie Maes, title: The Scaffolding Sound Beehive, paper for the A.I. and Art section in the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Proceedings of IJCAI-2015, Buenos Aires (july 2015)
The Scaffolded Sound Beehive is an immersive multi-media installation which provides viewers an artistic visual and audio experience of activities in a beehive. Data were recorded in urban beehives and processed using sophisticated pattern recognition, AI technologies, and sonification and com- puter graphics software. The installation includes an experiment in using Deep Learning to interpret the activities in the hive based on sound and micro-climate...
Agroecology: A Fertile Field for Human Computation - paper, 2014

Agroecology: A Fertile Field for Human Computation - paper, 2014

authors: Peter Hanappe, Rob Dunlop, Luc Steels, Nicolas Duval, AnneMarie Maes title: Agroecology: A Fertile Field for Human Computation, Human Computation publication
abstract: Human Computation may be the best approach for the monitoring/analysis/management of agroe- cological food production systems. This is the preliminary conclusion we have reached in the P2P Food Lab experiments.