Lot Amorós

Spain, 1982

Lives and works in Barcelona and the world.
He is a Spanish software engineer and transdisciplinary artist with works in data visualization interfaces, mixed reality performances and interactive audiovisual instruments. He has worked on a variety of international digital art installations including the projects EVA in Sao Paolo and Augmented Airspace in Cairo. In May 2012 he has been resident artist in Netherlands with the project Guerrilla Drone. Since then their projects are mainly based on drones.

Flone, The Flying Phone

winning project of NEXT THINGS 2013 – NEXT SPACE, the Second Global Art and Technology Challenge

Dronism (A drone peregrination in Egypt), 2013

Photographs, quadcopter, instructions

A screaming comes across the sky
10
Oct
2014
5
Apr
2015

Drones, mass surveillance and invisible wars

Meipi Asturias
30
Jul
2009
1
Jul
2009

International Meeting of Citizen Cartography

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The Maker Faire in Bilbao hosted a demonstration of Flone, the winning flying mobile of the call Next Things 2013 The Maker Faire in Bilbao hosted a demonstration of Flone, the winning flying mobile of the call Next Things 2013

The prototype is being developed by Lot Amorós and Cristina Navarro in an artist residency at ...

Flone and democratising air space Flone and democratising air space

On 3 June Lot Amorós, Cristina Navarro and Alex Oliver set to work in Plataforma 0 on their ...

Flone, a flying phone, is the winning project of the call Next Things 2013 Flone, a flying phone, is the winning project of the call Next Things 2013

Lot Amorós, Cristina Navarro and Alexandre Oliver aim to make air space use accessible to citizens ...

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  • Los Prados, 121
  • 33203 Gijón (Asturias)
  • Spain
  • Phone: +34 985 185 577
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