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How Technology Helps Artists Save

Technology has helped digitalize just about every industry globally. It has helped simplify processes, create greater access, and enabled artists to explore the endless possibilities online. This, in many ways, can be seen as a positive benefit of technology for artists globally as they now have far more flexibility in terms of how they create as well as share their work.... READ MORE...

LIVE WORKS: Performance Act Award Vol. 6

Dal 20 al 28 luglio a Centrale Fies si incontreranno performer, artisti, filosofi, curatori, sound designer, architetti, ricercatori, registi in procinto di riappropriarsi tanto delle tradizioni e dei simboli quanto del proprio futuro, aprendo nuove visioni, producendo biodiversità e complessità di segno, di contenuto, di nuovi sguardi.... READ MORE...

Archaeology of the Screen

The exhibition Archaeology of the Screen is an international development of the curator project The Archaeology of the Screen. The Estonian Example, which took place in the autumn of 2017 at the Bozar art center in Brussels. At the Kumu Art Museum in Tallin an international group of artists interpret from a new angle topics as digital security, relations between the screen and historical technology, and the criticism of visual culture.... READ MORE...

The New Museum presents the first American survey of the work of John Akomfrah

At the New Museum the first American exhibition of artist, film director, and writer John Akomfrah. The centerpiece of the survey is the celebrated three-screen video installation Vertigo Sea, here at its first New York presentation. Although Akomfrah’s work has had a profound influence on subsequent generations of British artists working across media, the importance of his work has yet to be fully felt in the US.... READ MORE...
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Why ISACA CRISC is Popular and Beneficial

CRISC certification was developed by ISACA foundation to ensure that the IT industry experts in various enterprises are able to implement the essential risk management as well as administering the suitable control frameworks.... READ MORE...

James Turrell “The Substance of Light”

Over five decades, James Turrell’s work has combined conceptual thinking, science, technology and spirituality to create a unique art form, that takes shape through the perception of the observer. The Substance of Light at the Museum Frieder Burda is an exhibition conceived in close cooperation with the artist himself.... READ MORE...

Drodesera XXXVIII edizione: “SUPERCONTINENT²”

Quest'anno il festival Drodesera è Supercontinent due, anzi, al quadrato. Performer, artisti, filosofi, curatori, sound designer, architetti, ricercatori, registi si riapproprieranno non tanto delle tradizioni e dei simboli quanto del proprio futuro.... READ MORE...

TodaysArt turns 2018 edition into72-hour audiovisual spectacle

TodaysArt is known for showcasing the latest works of artists, which cannot always be placed in one box. While last year, the frame revolved around algorithms and complexities, this year the festival looks at the parallel worlds we all are part of, both virtual and physical, and those in which humans are increasingly missing due to invisible systems of automation.... READ MORE...

A new light installation by Carsten Nicolai in Berlin

Carsten Nicolai investigates intangible phenomena that give rise to fundamental questions about human consciousness—such as how much of what we perceive exists beyond our perceptions. Inspired by themes usually associated with neurobiology and other natural sciences, he created a new light installation for the first exhibition space in the Berlinische Galerie alluding to a peculiar property of quantum entanglement.... READ MORE...

“Biorhythmic drawing”: gathering data from the body

Images of the internal body are generated by technologies from the interaction of sound waves, electrons or magnetic waves allow us to “see” into a living and consequently modifiable and fully controllable body. In Biorhythmic drawing, artist Daksha Patel explores the ways in which data captured from the human body is visualised, seen and perceived.... READ MORE...

“Resilient Futures”: an exhibition on the future of the planet

How do artists visualize the future of the planet, and how do they critisize people’s relationships in regards to nature, economic systems, policies for development and natural resources exploitation and public space? The Contemporary Art Center of Thessaloniki (CACT) organizes an exhibition referring to urban, environmental and social resilience and sustainability.... READ MORE...