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Comparing the idea of owning an artwork to one of posting it is unrealistic, but the reason why we do both and the consequence of both actions to some extent can be more similar than we think. On an artistic level, one also commodifies and consumes the artwork in both scenarios. Just as art objects sold at auctions become commodities because they are treated as goods... READ MORE...

Pirelli HangarBicocca presents  “Digital Mourning”

Pirelli HangarBicocca presents Digital Mourning, the first major solo exhibition devoted to Neïl Beloufa in an Italian institution. One of the leading voices of the generation of artists born in the 1980s, Beloufa’s research focuses on contemporary society and on how it is represented and mediated by digital interaction, often exposing the control mechanisms that... READ MORE...

Hybrid spaces and audiovisual experience at Louvre

A major event dedicated to new cinema and contemporary art, the Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin will take place from February 23 to 28, 2021, live online from the Louvre auditorium. This new edition will have a hybrid form, to rethink the notions of shared cultural space and time, with events and programmes filmed and broadcast live on the event’s website,... READ MORE...

Media Art Fund & Media Art Fellows – Call for projects

Two new funding programs of the Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) will support cooperative media art & digital culture projects of institutions and independent initiatives in NRW. The Call for Projects is addressed to all institutions and initiatives, alliances and collectives, places and spaces of media art & digital... READ MORE...

Full Spectrum Curatorship Programme 2021 from IMPAKT

IMPAKT invites emerging and aspiring curators with a specific interest in media art and its relationship to technology and society to apply for the Full Spectrum Curatorship Programme. Applications are open until March 1, 2021. Full Spectrum Curatorship is a programme from IMPAKT that aims to bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and the practical and... READ MORE...

Glitch Art, the first glitch video art group exhibition in Iran

A group video art exhibition titled Glitch Art: Pixel Language, curated by Mohammad-Ali Famori and Sadeq Majlesi, has opened on December 25 at Bavan Gallery in Tehran, Iran and will continue for eleven weeks until March 12. In this exhibition, 27 glitch artists from all around the globe, create works to identify the value of pixels, so they can force our minds to to reread the pixel language.... READ MORE...