Art

On view in Belgrado “Meccanicismo” by Fabrizio Bellomo

On the occasion of his first solo exhibition in Serbia curated by Mario Margani, Fabrizio Bellomo carries on his research about the role and ascendancy of the mechanical means upon the development and persistence of the mechanistic thought in the contemporary society. In Belgrado the artist presents latest films together with a selection of video works from the last ten years.... READ MORE...

SIMPOSIO #5: Delay or Die

On Saturday, May 26 th NONE collective organizes the fifth and the last date of Simposio: a meeting, performance and installation program that investigates the man-machine relation within the contemporary society. It was conceived to trigger a network, a public debate and a reflection on the digital contemporaneity and its implications on a perceptive, cognitive, social, and economic level.... READ MORE...

Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin present their sculptural theatres

The main hall of Astrup Fearnley Museet in Oslo is transformed into a sculpture garden, framing the first comprehensive museum presentation focusing on Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin body of works, featuring their sculptural theaters and addressing themes of identity and self-staging in today’s world of digital media.... READ MORE...

Uriel Orlow presents his ongoing research Theatrum Botanicum

Orlow presents his great work "Theatrum Botanicum" that interpretes the flora as a stage for politics. The projects looks at the plants both as witness and active actors in history: movies, sound works, photographs and installations focus on the "botanical nationalism" and other consequences of colonialism.... READ MORE...

The New Networked Normal: Open call for work | Deadline: 31/05/2018

The New Networked Normal is delighted to launch an open call for new artistic projects to be presented on nnn.freeport.global. nnn.freeport.global is an alternative space for the distribution of artworks, inspired by new networked geographies, duty-free art storage sites in free-trade zones, the darknet, and other liminal spaces, to ask what challenges and opportunities these spaces pose for anonymity, authorship, and autonomy.... READ MORE...

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer “Unstable Presence”

Co-produced by MAC Montréal and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and co-curated by Rudolf Frieling and Lesley Johnstone, Unstable Presence offers a new conceptual perspective on the artist’s work over the past decade, exploring its poetic and political dimensions from the standpoint of one of its central principles: the notion of co-presence.... READ MORE...

“Only Human” showcases the work of the artists in-residency at Nokia Bell Labs

Three former NEW INC members collaborated with Nokia Bell Labs researchers to produce new artistic projects inspired or enabled by Bell Labs technologies. The three projects are focused on themes of human-computer collaboration, intersubjectivity, surveillance and power dynamics and our symbiotic relationship with technology. The partnership represents a leading collaboration fusing art and technology to change humanity.... READ MORE...

“Hometown”: a new film work by Metahaven premiered in Kiev

On April 26 IZOLYATSIA premieres Hometown, a new film work by Dutch artists Metahaven presented in the form of an immersive installation. Filmed in Beirut and Kiev, it continues the series of “truth-futurist” films by Metahaven initiated with The Sprawl (Propaganda About Propaganda) and Information Skies.... READ MORE...

2018 Ars Electronica Festival: “Error. The Art of Imperfection”

At what point does an error become a fail, and what makes it the celebrated source of unprecedented ideas and inventions? Big Data surveillance takes preventative action upon detecting any deviation from our habitual ways, but it is precisely this imperfection that offers the greatest potential for new solutions. Ars Electronica is summoning artists, scientists, technologists worldwide to investigate how can we rethink our ambivalent relationship to technology.... READ MORE...

“In Tune With The World”: an exhibition about man’s place in the universe

In Tune with the World unveils a new selection of artists from the Foundation Louis Vuitton collection in Paris reflecting with several different mediums today’s questions about man’s place in the universe and the bonds that tie him to his surrounding environment and living world, highlighting the interconnections between humans, animals, plants, and even inanimate objects.... READ MORE...

On memory, precarity and visual methods to undermine distance. Interview with Yara Haskiel – part 2

Following some considerations on one of her two most recent long video works, Tsakalos Blues, video artist Hara Haskiel and our author Mario Margani continue their conversation dwelling on the artist's latest work: I don't write diaries I & II. In this second part they deal with technical question as the relationship between the image and the observer, audience involvement and precarity.... READ MORE...

REFRESH02: “ #LAYERS_Contemporary Art in the Digital Era”

The second event of REFRESH is coming, an exhibition series that wants to research Italian contemporary art and offers an update on practices that confront with the issues, languages and forms emerged with the digital turn of the last twenty years. Curated by Fabio Paris and organised by iMAL, The exhibition presents 15 contemporary Italian artists in the attempt to present their work on an international platform.... READ MORE...

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