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Caecilia Tripp: Going Space

Tripp has always taken an interest in the question of construction, fluidity, and getting beyond identities, Caecilia Tripp’s solo exhibition brings together an emblematic collection of earlier works that the artist has produced since 2004, as well as a number of new pieces that can be seen for the first time.... READ MORE...

Deepweb: Kinetic Audiovisual Installation

Deep Web is a monumental immersive audiovisual installation created by light artist Christopher Bauder and composer and musician Robert Henke. Sublimating the spectacular industrial architecture of Kraftwerk Berlin, Deep Web plunges the audience into a ballet of iridescent kinetic light and surround sound.... READ MORE...

List Projects: Ann Hirsch

Ann Hirsch is part of a young generation of artists using the Internet and social media as platforms to investigate representations of gender and sexuality in popular culture. List Projects: Ann Hirsch features three bodies of work the artist’s self-described “greatest hits”.... READ MORE...

Carlo Zanni’s ViBo: Koh-i-N∞r

ViBo is one of the alternative models of distribution of the video art, towards those present on the market, elaborated by an Italian artist Carlo Zanni. He aims at democratisation of the digital art distribution methods, conflicting with the category of uniqueness desired on the market.... READ MORE...

Transmediale/conversationpiece 2016

Following the program announcement from last month, we are pleased to announce further participants from the realms of art, culture, and media, who will gather for transmediale/conversationpiece, to take place at Haus der Kulturen der Welt from 3-7 February 2016.... READ MORE...

NOME presents Quayola’s solo show Iconographies in Berlin

Quayola’s Iconographies are part of an ongoing project that analyzes Renaissance and Baroque paintings through computational methods. Quayola transforms religious and mythological scenes into complex abstract formations, creating alternative versions of the old masterpieces by removing the paintings from their historical narratives.... READ MORE...

Manfred Mohr: Artificiata II

For his second exhibition at Carroll / Fletcher, digital art pioneer Manfred Mohr presents a series of new pieces mapping his formal investigations of theoretical space in generative screen-based works, drawings, and inkjet paintings.... READ MORE...

Digital Art Exhibition: Monochrome

Monochrome focuses on digital art at its purest, as black-and-white works provide the perfect reflection of an art form that is, in its essence, based on a binary system of 1′s and 0′s.... READ MORE...

Agitprop! Politically Engaged Art

The Brooklyn Museum’s exhibition Agitprop! explores the legacy and continued power of politically engaged art through more than 50 contemporary projects and artworks from five historical moments of political urgency.... READ MORE...

Goshka Macuga a Milano: viaggio verso la “bufera tecnologica”

La Fondazione Prada ospiterà a Milano, la mostra di arte contemporanea To the Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll di Goshka Macuga. L'artista polacca ha progettato e curato il tutto; la sua ricerca artistica, dove ricopre ruoli di autore, curatore, collezionista, ideatore di mostre e ricercatore, culmina nel punto d'incontro tra diverse discipline quali la scultura, la fotografia, l'architettura, il design e l'installazione.... READ MORE...

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