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Otherly Space / Knowledge

In this present world, every type of knowledge is being converted into data, establishing an "Otherly Space" in the face of a technological platform that seeks unification, that runs parallel to the physical world. An upcoming exhibition at Asia Culture Center includes a variety of projects all tackling questions of space and knowledge-creation, visualization, and social data.... READ MORE...

Allora & Calzadilla: Blackout

On view at MAXXI in Rome an exhibition that features the provocative works of Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla. The show opens with the dramatic situation of Puerto Rico and moves on to reflect the possibilities of artistic form within the current social-political situation of the globalized world.... READ MORE...

Hyperobjects: an exhibition on today’s ecological crisis

Organized by Laura Copelin and Timothy Morton, a group exhibition engaging ideas from Morton's theory to confront the overwhelming scale of today's ecological crisis. In line with the hyperobject idea, the exhibition seeks to create encounters with artworks and non-art objects that de-center and expand the scale of human perception.... READ MORE...

Samson Young: Songs for Disaster Relief World Tour

M+ and Hong Kong Arts Development Council co-present the first stop of Samson Young: Songs for Disaster Relief World Tour. Following Hong Kong's successful participation in the 57th Venice Biennale the exhibition returns to Hong Kong along with specially commissioned pieces through which the artist aims to offer a more holistic experience.... READ MORE...

Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz: “Improvisation télépathique”

Centre culturel suisse presents, for the first time in Europe, Improvisation télépathique (Telepathic Improvisation), installation and film by Pauline Boudry & Renate Lorenz that, with reference to current violent social conditions, explores the ways in which others (including other objects) might become part of our striving for alternative political and sexual imaginations.... READ MORE...

Lisa Reihana – Cinemania

Campbelltown Arts Centre presents Cinemania, Lisa Reihana's first survey, showcasing three decades of video and photographic works and her most ambitious work to date, in Pursuit of Venus [infected], 2015-17, following its premiere at the 57th Venice Biennale in 2017. This exhibition traces Reihana's preoccupation with identity and costume, life and death, and the creation of compelling "otherworlds".... READ MORE...

“La Camera Insabbiata” by Laurie Anderson and Hsin-Chien Huang

The edition on view at TFAM is the first time La Camera Insabbiata is shown after awarded Best VR Experience at the 74th Venice International Film Festival. This is a virtual reality work, collaborated by Laurie Anderson and new media artist Hsin-Chien Huang, that offers a virtual thinking space that surpasses thoughts, deconstructs words and overturns dreams for the audience.... READ MORE...

Fulldomes and Vjs. Interview with Pedro Zaz

In the last decade, immersive environments presented in domes have been more often than ever places for experimental audiovisual works by sound and visual artists continuing to explore the possibilities of the projected surfaces and resonances of sound. Pedro Zaz has been working both solo and in different AV groups, and with his main project United VJs, ratifyed the return to the domes as spaces for art making.... READ MORE...

Evidentiary Realism

Evidentiary Realism is a new collective show at NOME gallery in Berlin that aims to articulate a particular form of realism in art presenting investigative, forensic, and documentary artworks that investigate the notion of evidence and its modes of representation in post-9/11 era.... READ MORE...

Life Time. Biological Clocks of the Universe

Our own perspective on existence-in-time is determined by self-awareness, by memories and plans for the future— but to what extent does it constitute an objective measure? This is what MU is investigating with the exhibition Life Time, that presents the winners of the Bio Art & Design Award 2017 alongside related works of nine more bio artists and designers.... READ MORE...

Curating the HyperPavilion. Interview with Philippe Riss-Schmidt

Part of the 57th Venice Biennale, HyperPavilion presented a variety of site-specific projects, in which artists questioned both the consequences after the arrival of the digital, and the ongoing merging process between physical and virtual worlds. After the closing Donata Marletta reached the curator Philippe Riss-Schmidt to talk about this experience.... READ MORE...

salt 13: Katie Paterson

Katie Paterson's works involve close collaboration with biochemists, engineers and astrophysicists, and explore space and time, often using technology to combine ordinary with cosmic. Some of these are on display at salt 13, the UMFA exhibition series dedicated to contemporary art.... READ MORE...

Remedial Works

Currently on view at Perth Insititute of Contemporary Art a group exhibition presenting six Australian and international artists whose works explore the specific materials of contemporary global societies, and how they can affect human bodies and the environment, by asking what role can art making perform towards remediation and healing.... READ MORE...

Florian Hecker. Hallucination, Perspective, Synthesis

German artist Florian Hecker works with synthetic sounds, performances, and installations dealing with issues surrounding compositional developments in post-war modernity and late-19th-century psychophysics. For his new show, he has transformed Kunsthalle Wien's exhibition space into a stage for sound events that exceed linguistic description and categorization.... READ MORE...

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