Contemporary Art

Connected. Peter Kogler with…

Since the 1980s, Peter Kogler has worked as a media artist between computer graphics, film, collage and architecture. Within the context of the digital influences on our everyday life today, his systematic consideration of the technological and reproducible image and the powerful influence of the media make him a natural successor, interpreter and ideal interlocutor of the generation of visionaries.... READ MORE...

Edge of Now – Three Rooms Project

The exhibition Edge of Now – Three Rooms is a joined project by Nam June Paik Art Center of South Korea, the Chronus Art Center in Shanghai, and the ZKM | Karlsruhe to foster cultural exchange between China, South Korea, and Germany in the area of media art. The exhibition presents works by Chinese artist Yang Jian, South Korean artist Kim Heecheon, and German artist Verena Friedrich.... READ MORE...

Uriel Orlow and Jumana Manna

Tabakalera is pleased to present its two summer shows dedicated to two artists who are showing their work individually in Spain for the first time: Uriel Orlow and Jumana Manna. These projects embrace a vision of the moving image in contemporary art considering the audiovisual as a means of artistic and cinematographic expression.... READ MORE...

Hysterical Mining

The exhibition Hysterical Mining gathers positions that use, appropriate and play with feminist methodologies to reinvent the relations between technology and gender; to hack, to appropriate or invent new rituals, new narratives, new figurations, and new relationships with non-human technological entities.... READ MORE...

Surrogate. An Ideal Love

The show "Surrogati. Un amore ideale", curated by Melissa Harris, from February 21 to July 22, 2019 in the Osservatorio Fondazione Prada in Milan, creates a direct dialogue between the photographic works of two artists, Jamie Diamond and Elena Dorfman. Both artists highlight the emotional ties between human beings and surrogates, dolls, substitutes.... READ MORE...

An Opera for Animals

The exhibition An Opera for Animals, at Para Site, Hong Kong, looks at different acts of staging that have been crucial to our imagination of modernity.... READ MORE...

Anton Vidokle “This is Cosmos”

Death is a mistake. Instead, propounded the Russian philosopher Nikolai Fedorov (1829–1903), mankind should aim for eternal and interplanetary life. As artist Anton Vidokle sums up Fedorov’s position in his Immortality For All: a film trilogy on Russian Cosmism: “Because true social equality means immortality for all […] we must resurrect our ancestors.”... READ MORE...

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