Art

“Xenogenesis” a science fiction of the present

What confrontations, complexities, critiques and conundra emerge when art adopts the perspective of the alien? The implications of this anthropic inversion proliferate throughout Xenogenesis, the first major solo exhibition of The Otolith Group in Australia, which brings together a cross-section of influential artworks from 2013 to 2018.... READ MORE...

ADA”, a new post-industrial creature

OMM – Odunpazarı Modern Museum in Eskişehir, Turkey is hosting ADA by Karina Smigla-Bobinski, an interactive kinetic sculpture named after Ada Lovelace, one of the world’s first computer programmers.... READ MORE...

Trisha Baga’s solo exhibition “the eye, the eye and the ear”

"the eye, the eye and the ear" is the first institutional show of Trisha Baga in Italy. She grapples with such themes as gender identity, relations between the real and the digital world as well as the impact of technology, and combines different languages and various media including 3D technology, drawing from television and film imagery along with more personal recordings.... READ MORE...

And Say the Animal Responded?

What would animals say to us if we listened to them? What might we learn about the state of our shared planet? On 19 March, FACT launches its year of The Living Planet with the opening of a major new art exhibition, And Say the Animal Responded?... READ MORE...

Ed Atkins: Live White Slime

Centering around the video installationSafe Conduct (2016),Live White Slime at the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, is a resigned kind of expiation inside of a Sisyphean loop, that rendered in real and imagined security protocol animations, gratuitously soundtracked by the familiar mechanical wank of Ravel’s Bolero. ... READ MORE...

“Sonya Rapoport: biorhythm”, a 21st century portrait

Charting her transition from modernist painter to ground-breaking conceptual artist, Sonya Rapoport: biorhythm provides an in-depth look at the artist’s output from 1974–83, a pivotal decade that marked a major shift in her work from abstract painting to the incorporation of emerging computer technologies.... READ MORE...

“Human Learning”. It’s time to think about the “mechanical”

Human Learning. What Machines Teach Us is an exhibition that documents the world using the technologies that shape it. The works in the exhibition feature a large variety of styles: interactive devices that make us learn their playabilities, generative installations whose processes are entirely autonomous and digital creations made out of digital forms.... READ MORE...

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