Internet

Nam June Paik Art Center presents the exhibition Common Front, Affectively

In Common Front, Affectively, the relations between the individual and the collective with regard to connectivity and isolation, between the affects manifested and controlled, come to the fore on the waves of a multitude of voices.The exhibition is organized and hosted by Nam June Paik Art Center, Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation, and curated by Hyunjeung Kim and Seong Eun Kim.... READ MORE...

“de-leb”: a group exhibition on value accrued through data

de-leb, meaning a dead celeb, is a group exhibition that questions how value is accrued through data analysis of the quantified self, by companies such as Cambridge Analytica. Developed by Ami Clarke in collaboration with Paul Purgas, and Tom Pearson, the show becomes a site for a collectively authored writing experiment, with artists, technologists and writers.... READ MORE...

Susan Hiller “Social Facts” at OGR

Social Facts is the title chosen by Susan Hiller for her exhibition at OGR, curated by Barbara Casavecchia. Hiller is fascinated by how technology affects our perception of the world and how much the Internet is today a gigantic global repository of tales, stories and confessions, now that communication travels through individual or collective social media bubbles.... READ MORE...

New Imaginaries for Crypto Design

Many of us use the Deep Web on a regular basis. How can we begin to understand the structures that facilitate all of these every-day actions? What visual interpretations shine a light on the deep waters to reveal a more nuanced metaphor than that of an iceberg? Curated by Patricia de Vries an exhibition in Cyprus NeMe Arts Centre dives into lesser-known parts of the web.... READ MORE...

Map and a visiting studio program for Milano Digital Week

Marco Mancuso and Digicult curated the "Open House program: mapping of Digital Art and Culture in Milan", a map and a visiting studio program of the ​most vital and important production studios in Milan, curated for the Milano Digital Week event the next 15-18 March 2018 in Milan... READ MORE...

The Internet as a network and platform for art in the public sphere

In the Internet age, the discourse of the public sphere has become increasingly relevant. Claire Burke examines Habermas' idea of the public sphere and how his central concern; the idea that society depends on communication, is relevant to the Internets role in the evolution of a globally networked society and how it can be used as a creative as well as a social space to discuss and to view art.... READ MORE...

Rafaël Rozendaal: GENEROSITY

The present exhibition at Towada Art Centre's galleries is the first solo presentation of Rafaël Rozendaal's work - one of the most original and important international figures in the net art field - in a public art institution, not only in Japan, but worldwide. Through a variety of expressive media, Rozendaal's universe extends beyond the internet into physical space.... READ MORE...

Lorna Mills: The great code

TRANSFER presents the gallery's third solo exhibition with Lorna Mills animated gifs, a suitable analogy for the heterodox and nonlinear manner we now consume information, that could be a new model for the Western tradition of thought. The exhibition will include a closing screening event coinciding with TRANSFER's 5-Year Anniversary.... READ MORE...

Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today

Organized by Eva Respini, Barbara Lee and Jeffrey De Blois, and featuring 60 artists, the first major thematic group exhibition in the United States to examine the radical impact of internet culture on visual art is opening today at ICA. The exhibition comprises over 70 works across a variety of mediums, including painting, performance, photography, video, web-based projects, and virtual reality.... READ MORE...

New World Order

Through experimental works of art, a new exhibition co-curated by Furtherfield directors, Ruth Catlow and Marc Garrett, imagines a world in which responsibility for certain aspects of human life have been automated and deferred to blockchain, transferred once and for all from natural and social systems into secure and networked digital ledger of transactions.... READ MORE...

Reshaping the experience of Art: digitization and 3D archives

Following the destruction of world heritage sites and artworks in Mosul, in February 2015, a global movement sparked to digitize and preserve important works and monuments. This process is transforming our experience of Art, as every scanned object is now accessible regardless of location or ownership, revealing the 3D archive as a fascinating double-edged sword.... READ MORE...

SITUATIONS / Post Fail

The Link Art Center is proud to announce the exhibition SITUATIONS/Post Fail. Guest curated by Matteo Cremonesi, in cooperation with Fotomuseum Winterthur, the ... READ MORE...

When smart homes become smart prisons

The continued development of the Internet of Things (IoT) with little to no standards nor regulation, in the US and Europe, opens the door not only to concerns regarding corporate data exploitation and state surveillance but also to surveillance, coercion, and control within intimate relationships.... READ MORE...

Seth Price – Social Synthetic

At the Museum Brandhorst the first international survey exhibition of the American artist Seth Price: over 100 works making use of the production and marketing dynamic of music, fashion and literary industry to deal with the fundamental changes that have taken place within visual culture that have gone hand in hand with the ubiquitous rise of digital media.... READ MORE...

The world is a pattern. Interview with Nicolas Sassoon

GIFs have been accepted and adopted by new users who rely on animated pictures thanks to their planned pervasiveness in their digital communication habits. The practice of Nicolas Sassoon, a French artist who makes art with GIFs since 2011, suggests creative strategies to exploit the features of this format in order to make works that couldn't be made with any other medium.... READ MORE...