Contemporary Art

IMPAKT Festival 2021: Modern Love. How technology is changing the way we love

Through a five-day programme of performances, talks, keynotes, panels, film screenings and an exhibition, IMPAKT Festival 2021 explores how virtual developments change the way we meet, date, love—or even break up. Is there a way out from the so-called “cold intimacies” caused by digital technologies? Can artists help us understand the way in which new technologies are affecting love and relationships?... READ MORE...

Dixit Algorizmi, an exhibition between art and algorithms

The Centre for Contemporary Art in Tashkent (CCAT), which sits under the Art & Culture Development Foundation of the Ministry of Culture of Uzbekistan, presents its exhibition Dixit Algorizmi, exploring the seminal work of ninth century Uzbek polymath, Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwārizmī. Curated by Joseph Grima and co-curated by Sheida Ghomashchi and Camilo Oliveira, the exhibition opens October 5, and unpacks the influence of al-Khwārizmī’s work on today’s technological acceleration.... READ MORE...

ALTERNATIVE KYOTO – Imagination as a Form of Capital

Alternative Kyoto will be redefined as an art festival to explore the possibilities that imaginative art has as a new capital (or currency); possibilities that may change the future of our society. This project aims to implement initiatives promoting local culture to both the Japanese and international audiences driving both international tourism and the revitalization of local economies.... READ MORE...

AES+F: Lost, Hybrid, Inverted

The Jeonnam Museum of Art (JMA) presents a special exhibition premiering the Russian collective AES+F and their major works. AES+F: Lost, Hybrid, Inverted is not only the collectives’ first exclusive show in Korea but will be the JMA’s second international exhibition after the museum’s opening in March 2021.... READ MORE...