Graphic Design

Superficial Hygiene. The mediated image and the physical body

The international group exhibition Superficial Hygiene brings together a set of practices of a gen­eration of artists, who adapt, mould, and corrupt the grammar of our contemporary accelerated en­vironment, in order to propose a new understand­ing of the relation between the mediated image and the physical body.... READ MORE...

Resonate Festival 2014

Created as a collaboration between Magnetic Field B in Belgrade and CreativeApplications.Net, Resonate festival brings together artists, designers and educators to participate in a forward-looking debate on the position of technology in art and culture.... READ MORE...

Ed Atkins. Kunsthalle Zurich

In his work, which includes videos, video installations, texts and drawings, British artist Ed Atkins (born 1982, lives and works in London) explores the virtuality of our contemporary visual world and its profound effect on the reality of our embodied lives. His High-Definition videos and powerful soundtracks question their own technical accomplishments, promises and ideologies.... READ MORE...

Climate Art. New ways of seeing data

The IMC Lab + Gallery is pleased to present “Climate Art: New Ways of Seeing Data”, a data visualization show curated by Isabel Draves, founder of LISA (Leaders in Software and Art). This exhibit will be on view October 12 through November 27 as part of Marfa Dialogues/NY, a citywide examination of climate change science, environmental activism and artistic practice taking place throughout New York this October and November.... READ MORE...

Libre Graphics Meeting and Interactivos?’13: Tools for a Read-Write World

Future Tools was the title of the 8th edition of the Libre Graphics Meeting that this year took place from April 10 to 13 at the new Media Lab Prado In Madrid. For the first time, the title of the meeting not only pointed to the search for new tools but also emphasized the need to extend the use of FLOSS (Free Libre Open Source Software) to the wider population of users. There were lots of innovative elements this year. Among them, the most important was no doubt the fact that the meeting took place at the same time as Interactivos?'13: Tools for a Read-Write World.... READ MORE...

James Irwin: Binary Translations. Decoding the RGB colour spectrum

Space In Between is delighted to present Binary Translations – an exhibition of new work by James Irwin and his second solo show with the gallery. Irwin’s recent work includes a series of images based on the idea of decoding the RGB colour spectrum. Informed by an ongoing investigation into the space between physical and digital realities, the artist has created a body of work that seeks to examine the language and mechanisms, which enable us to translate the world around us into digital forms and contexts.... READ MORE...

Vanishing Point. The new exhibition at Bitforms Gallery

At the birth of modern computing, we begin to plausibly imagine how our world could be digitally remade as small as possible. That is, it’s only after Turing fixed our technological gaze outwards onto infinity that we began our relentless dwindling inwards, towards miniaturized circuits and virtualization.... READ MORE...
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