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Patrick Staff: “On Venus”

Through a varied and interdisciplinary body of work, Patrick Staff interrogates notions of discipline, dissent, labour and queer identity. "On Venus" presents Staff ’s most ambitious work to date: a site-specific installation exploring structural violence, registers of harm and the effects of acid, blood and hormones. Throughout the spaces of the Serpentine Gallery, Staff initiates a series of architectural interventions.... READ MORE...

The Assembled Human

With "The Assembled Human" the Museum Folkwang focuses on the manifold entanglements between human being and machine: the exhibition presents art as a mirror of industrialisation, technologisation and digitisation.... READ MORE...

Raised By Google

arebyte Gallery have announced "Raised By Google", a new body of work by Bristol based artist Sarah Selby. Sarah was the final selected artist for hotel generation 2019, arebyte Gallery’s annual young artist development programme.... READ MORE...

Masculinities: Liberation through Photography

"Masculinities: Liberation through Photography" is a major group exhibition that explores how masculinity is experienced, performed, coded and socially constructed as expressed and documented through photography and film from the 1960s to the present day.... READ MORE...

“The Redaction Trilogy”: Kennedy Browne in Dublin

Hugh Lane Gallery presents "The Redaction Trilogy", the first solo museum exhibition in Ireland by the collaborative practice of Kennedy Browne (Gareth Kennedy and Sarah Browne). Their collaborative work poses timely and urgent questions around interactions between technology, ideology and politics in this context.... READ MORE...

Mind the Deep: Artificial Intelligence and Artistic Creation

The exhibition "Mind the Deep: Artificial Intelligence and Artistic Creation" features 28 artworks by 22 artists and artist groups, together with demonstrations from AI conferences, to investigate how artificial intelligence has entered different levels and stages of artistic creation: concept development, logical construction, specific tools, and effects.... READ MORE...

Phantom Plane, Cyberpunk in the Year of the Future

Inspired by 2019 - the year that many iconic cyberpunk futures were set or scheduled to arrive (see Bladerunner, Akira, Running Man, The Island, and more…) - the exhibition "Phantom Plane, Cyberpunk in the Year of the Future" considers the hold that cyberpunk retains on our collective imagination.... READ MORE...

Sound Art?

The Fundació Joan Miró presents "Sound Art?", an exhibition which reassesses the notion of sound in art and considers the possibility of this category. The show, sponsored by the BBVA Foundation, is set up as a journey tracing the imprint of the sound element in twentieth-century visual arts and led by curator Arnau Horta.... READ MORE...

The Posthuman City: Climates. Habitats. Environments

Taking NTU CCA Singapore’s overarching research topic "Climates. Habitats. Environments." as point of departure, the exhibition "The Posthuman City" considers the possibilities of a caring and respectful co-existence between species and a conscious sharing of resources.... READ MORE...

The Extended Mind / Walk, Hands, Eyes (Edinburgh)

Talbot Rice Gallery and the University of Edinburgh are proud to present the exhibition "The Extended Mind" and Myriam Lefkowitz’s "Walk, Hands, Eyes (Edinburgh)", a unique city-wide performance event. Talbot Rice Gallery seeks to unlock the potential of universities to contribute to contemporary art, with both projects rooted in research called the History of Distributed Cognition (2014–18).... READ MORE...

Floraphilia. Revolution of Plants

The exhibition "Floraphilia. Revolution of Plants", curated by Aneta Rostkowska, frees the world of plants from the reactionary context of interior design magazines and eco-trends, revealing its emancipatory potential leading to social transformation.... READ MORE...

Discovering digital and creative cultures at KIKK Festival 2019

The Kikk Festival programme features a plethora of presentations with over 50 speakers from all over the world. In a Town city trail, the ninth edition includes impressive installations all over the city: it will showcase new technologies and celebrate all their facets, from art and design to architecture, 2.0 media, the world of science and even business.... READ MORE...

False Spaces

Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS) introduces media art from both Japan and Hong Kong via "False Spaces", an exhibition that investigates not only geographical, physical spaces, but the spaces that appear in our imaginations as well.... READ MORE...

Shan Shui — Nature Oppressed

The exhibition "ShanShui - Nature Oppressed" intends to show how views of nature, as developed in East Asia, are based on the tradition of editing and oppressing nature in a multi-faceted way, even though they have long been considered nature-friendly. This exhibition also aims to destroy age-long dualistic prejudices and blind faith - as seen in the ideas of East vs. West, and naturalism vs. humanism.... READ MORE...

Trees of Life. Stories for a damaged Planet

The Frankfurter Kunstverein, in cooperation with the Senckenberg Naturmuseum, will present "Trees of Life - Stories for a Damaged Planet", an interdisciplinary exhibition project that leads our gaze from a historically cultivated, anthropocentric worldview to a systemic understanding of humans as a part of the evolutionary process.... READ MORE...

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