A.I.

Computer Grrrls

Computer Grrrls deals with the complex link between women and technology from the first human computers to the current revival of technofeminist movements. An illustrated timeline with over 200 entries covers these developments from the 18th century to the present. Invited are artists, hackers, makers and researchers who are working on how to think differently about technology: by questioning the gender bias in big data and Artificial Intelligence, promoting an open and diversified Internet, and designing utopian technologies.... READ MORE...

Pierre Huyghe – UUmwelt

Pierre Huyghe, one of the world’s leading conceptual artists, known for creating complex immersive ecosystems, presents a major new exhibition at the Serpentine this autumn. The Gallery becomes a porous and contingent environment, housing different forms of cognition, emerging intelligence, biological reproduction and instinctual behaviours.... READ MORE...

All I Know Is What’s On The Internet

All I Know Is What’s On The Internet is a new exhibition from The Photographers’ Gallery that presents the work of 11 contemporary artists and groups seeking to map, visualise and question the cultural dynamics of 21st Century image culture.... READ MORE...

Creative robots at the Patchlab Festival

Can artificial intelligence be also creative? Will the development of AI lead to a radical change in the way we define a work of art?The 7th edition of Patchlab Digital Art Festival “ARTBOTS”, will give an opportunity to dive into an ever multiplying world of intelligent algorithms and machines with creative potential.... READ MORE...

The Numerical Self: a step inside Flora Miranda future fashion

Self-optimisation and self-tracking have been around for quite a while; as Deborah Lupton noticed, the “Quantified Self Movement” is not only as a practice of self-improvement, but also an extension of memory in computerised form. Flora Miranda translates data and the whole idea of an immaterial body into 3D printed garments, offering a step inside the future through fashion and addressing the idea of becoming eternal online.... READ MORE...

Hito Steyerl premieres “The City of Broken Windows” in Turin

Focusing on the role of media and the circulation of images in the digital era, Steyerl’s new project will offer an intriguing perspective on how AI affects our urban environment and how alternative practices may emerge. Chris Toepfer, protagonist of the new work, will board up Castello di Rivoli with trompe l’oeil window paintings.... READ MORE...

4th Istanbul Design Biennal explores new dimensions of design and learning

Curated by Jan Boelen and sponsored by VitrA, the 4th Istanbul Design Biennal opened to the public with projects from more than 200 interdisciplinary pratictioners from across the globe. For six weeks, designers, architects, artists, theoreticians will converge in Turkey’s cultural capital to explore the expanded notions of design and its role in contemporary culture.... READ MORE...

Mediated cages. Interview with Zach Blas

Zach Blas in conversation with Filippo Lorenzin talks about the influence of politics and social norms on the development and production of technology, queerness political meaning and its technological applications, deconstruction of identity, bodily abstractions and his actual activity as a teacher at Goldsmiths University.... READ MORE...

Cyfest 2018: la quiete dopo la tempesta

Dal 22 giugno al 1 luglio la Reggia di Caserta ha ospitato la tappa finale dell'undicesima edizione del CYFEST, il festival di New Media Art che si svolge ogni anno presso il museo statale dell'Ermitage a San Pietroburgo. Curata da Anna Frants, Isabella Indolfi e Elena Gubanova, la manifestazione ha promosso l'emergere di nuove forme d'arte e l'interazione tra arte e tecnologia, in uno scambio tra Russia e Italia.... READ MORE...

Philip Beesley and Iris van Herpen at the Royal Ontario Museum

Philip Beesley new installation Transforming Space along with Iris van Herpen Transforming Fashion exhibition are currently on display at the ROM in Toronto. While the installation represents an immersive essay on responsive architecture, the show features also four of the shared designs they have been realized over the years.... READ MORE...

“Seen”: there’s really “nothing to see”?

Quoting Fred Richtin we could say that “we’ve entered the surveillance era, and surveillance era came into us”. The exhibition Seen, shown until the 1st of July at Wei- Ling Contemporary gallery of Kuala Lumpur focuses on this issue, identifying contemporary surveillance as an undetectable grey zone, trying to elaborate strategies of resistance.... READ MORE...

SIMPOSIO #5: Delay or Die

On Saturday, May 26 th NONE collective organizes the fifth and the last date of Simposio: a meeting, performance and installation program that investigates the man-machine relation within the contemporary society. It was conceived to trigger a network, a public debate and a reflection on the digital contemporaneity and its implications on a perceptive, cognitive, social, and economic level.... READ MORE...

Rebel Machines / Subversive Bodies. Unlearning automated behaviors

Il Macao di Milano presenta Real Machines/Subversive Bodies, due serate di discussione collettiva, dj set e performance audiovideo che riflettono sul ruolo delle tecnologie di controllo e informazione. In che modo l’indeterminazione e la non-prevedibilità possono essere usate per ri-territorializzare la geografia delle nostre identità fisiche e desideranti?... READ MORE...

2018 Ars Electronica Festival: “Error. The Art of Imperfection”

At what point does an error become a fail, and what makes it the celebrated source of unprecedented ideas and inventions? Big Data surveillance takes preventative action upon detecting any deviation from our habitual ways, but it is precisely this imperfection that offers the greatest potential for new solutions. Ars Electronica is summoning artists, scientists, technologists worldwide to investigate how can we rethink our ambivalent relationship to technology.... READ MORE...

Artists and robots at Grand Palais in Paris

This exhibition is an opportunity to experience works of art produced with the help of increasingly sophisticated robots. Featuring works by some forty artists, it offers a gateway to an immersive and interactive digital world - an augmented body sensory experience that subverts our notions of space and time.... READ MORE...

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