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GLOBALE: Inphosphere

As the first exhibition of the GLOBALE project, the Infosphere presents an overview of art in the era of the digital revolution and its social consequences. In addition, it provides insights into the new data world – whose existence has been finally brought home to the general public, through the NSA affair... READ MORE...

Thomas Locher: Post-Information

Post-Information, Thomas Locher’s current exhibition at Silberkuppe, in Berlin, is all about men in gray flannel suits – or rather, their absence. The display mirrors the subject matter: the exhibition spans two soberly staged rooms, which are metaphorically sealed off by the strategic positioning of an aluminium... READ MORE...

transmediale / conversationpiece

The next edition of transmediale follows the format of a “Conversation Piece” which unfolds through a series of dialogues and participatory formats that articulate the most burning topics of post-digital culture today and that reflect the main ongoing themes of transmediale.... READ MORE...

The Art of Difference. New self narratives in Expo 2015 Italy

This is the curatorial text written by Marco Mancuso and Filippo Lorenzin for the Streaming Egos project by Goethe Institut, to reflect on the representations of the Self on the Net in Italy in the ‘10s of the new millennium ‒ which for the country is a time of severe economic crisis and deep changes in the political, cultural, economic and work sectors.... READ MORE...

Systems. Edited by Edward A. Shanken

Systems traces a radical shift in sofware aesthetics from its roots in mid twentieth-century general systems theory, cybernetics, and artificial intelligence to the cutting-edge science of the present. The collected texts examine the connections between advanced technological systems, our bodies and minds... READ MORE...

A stream of junk: interview with Sašo Sedlaček

Sašo Sedlaček, Slovenian artist interested in obsolescence long before it became one of the hottest topics of the discussions of these years, presented his first solo exhibition in Italy about these and other issues. Curated by Domenico Quaranta and opened since May 16 in the spaces of Ultra (Udine)... READ MORE...

Have you protested, yet?

We live in a state of mental distress, but what opportunities do artists, hacktivists and political groups have in order to lead the way out of the state of anxiety? Ahead of the Protest Workshop at FACT on 18 June, Joanna Straczowski considers the siutation... READ MORE...

Surveillance Awareness Bureau

The Surveillance Awareness Bureau (SAB) intends to create a space of critical engagement that grants visibility to systems that by nature should remain invisible to individuals and at the same time provoke a highly charged debate on privacy, liberty, control and abuse... READ MORE...

Momentum 8: Tunnel Vision

Since its inception in Norway in 1998, Momentum has presented outstanding Nordic and international artists. The biennial is the oldest and most established biennial for contemporary art in the Nordic region. Momentum 8 explores tunnel vision... READ MORE...

Art In The Age Of…Planetary Computation

The exhibition Art In The Age Of…Planetary Computation investigates how quantification, telecommunications, and our ever-expanding information apparati not only inform contemporary artistic production, but also how contemporary art can hold a mirror up to these processes and formations... READ MORE...

Paolo Cirio: Overexposed

With his public intervention Overexposed, artist Paolo Cirio disseminates unauthorized pictures of high-ranking U.S. intelligence officials throughout major cities, taken from social media hacks. Then, using his HD Stencils graffiti technique, he spray-paints high-resolution reproductions of the misappropriated photos onto public walls... READ MORE...

Poetics and Politics of Data at House

Poetics and Politics of Data shows artistic works that approach the phenomena of Big Data and data mining, visualizing the continuous bitstream while referring to the political and social implications of a world controlled by data... READ MORE...

#catcontent

The exhibition #catcontent examines the diverse forms of the depiction of animals in art: a new way can be found in contemporary approaches that examine the use of digital images. In the shape of images, animals have served as attributes, symbols, or metaphors for human traits for many centuries.... READ MORE...

Inside the user’s mind: interview with Nicolas Sassoon

At the center of the project WITCHCRAFT there was the intention to investigate the possibility to understand technologies like computers and internet, critically and poetically; the selection of the involved artists reveals, for those who already know this field of research, the mood and the premises of the exhibition itself... READ MORE...

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