Graphic Design

Marina Zurkow exhibition at Bitforms, New York. Necrocracy

bitforms gallery is pleased to announce its first New York solo exhibition with artist Marina Zurkow. Exhibited widely throughout the US and recognized recently with a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship, Zurkow is known for cross-disciplinary animation work and her participatory art environments.... READ MORE...

Raquel Meyers and the Teletext transmission

Raquel Meyers (Cartagena, 1977) works with low-res graphics and photography for performance, web, video and installations. Currently she's experimenting with storytelling and text mode visuals (ASCII, PETSCII, etc) together with the musician Goto80. In September this year Raquel Meyers participated in Teletext festival ARD in Berlin.... READ MORE...

Tsang Tsou Choi “King of Kowloon”

Saamlung is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new work from the late Hong Kong outsider artist Tsang Tsou Choi, perhaps best known by the epithet from which this exhibition borrows its title: the "King of Kowloon."... READ MORE...

Web Aesthetics. Vito Campanelli And The Media Aesthetics

Vito Campanelli is a media theorist and lecturer at the University of Naples L'Orientale, Neural contributor, freelance curator and promoter of events in the domain of digital culture in collaboration withÃÆ'ƒÆ’ÃÆ'†â€™ÃÆ'ƒÂ¢ÃÆ'¢â€Ã¡Ã‚¬ÃÆ'…¡ÃÆ'ƒÆ’ÃÆ'¢â‚¬Å¡ÃÆ'ƒâ€Ã¡ÃÆ'‚ MAO - Media & Arts Office, explores network forms through the prism of aesthetics and thus presents an open invitation to transcend the inherent limitation of the current debate. Web is the medium that, more than any other, is stimulating the worldwide dissemination of ideas and behaviour and Vito Campanelli observes a few important phenomena of today, thus laying the foundations for an organic aesthetic theory of digital media.... READ MORE...

Offf 2011. Year Zero, In Which Sense?

OFFF, the international festival for web design, graphic animation and post-digital culture, is back to Barcelona. It is not back because it has not reached its goals during its three years abroad, like Ivˆn de la Nuez, director of the the Department of Cultural Activities of the CCCB Center of Contemporary Culture , wants to point out. To claim the authorship of such a successful event is perfectly comprehensible, but it is also coherent with the politics of a city which tends always more to be a brand of industrial culture, disadvantaging in many cases the minor artistic trends, even if they are significant and committed.... READ MORE...

Revealing Interstitial Spaces. Part 3

This essay offers an investigation into the notion of interstitial space and its creative exploration in various site-specific art practices as realised mainly with the use of digital technology. This is the last part of this three-part essay... READ MORE...

New Vienna Now

New Vienna Now is a multifaceted and sophisticated book for all those who have an interest in present-day creative Vienna. Designed by Stefan Sagmeister, the 384-page publication pictures and describes the wide range of Vienna's contemporary art and creativity against the background of cultural tradition.... READ MORE...

Paper Resistance: Graphic (r)existence

By reading in one go - as imposed by the absence of punctuation - this long periphrasis, one witness a superimposition of images, concepts and ideas that flash in mind like they do into Paper Resistance drawings. Its work of counterpoint and oxymoronic juxtaposition of figures and symbols of modern society, delineates in a biting manner all the contradictions and deformations of the present. Through a plain stroke, its composition defines clearly in frames and posters filled with alienating and unpredictable associations.... READ MORE...

Oscar Munoz Cornerhouse Manchester

Cornerhouse is pleased to present a solo exhibition from leading Colombian artist Oscar Muñoz, featuring video installation Biografías (2002) and single screen projection Linea del Destino (2006)... READ MORE...

Videozoom Japan. Re-framing The Daily

From December 7th to January 10th, Kenichi Kondo, curator of the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, presented a series of young Japanese artists at the Sala 1 - International Center for Contemporary Art in Rome, as part of the review Videozoom Japan. It was an overview of selected and formally interesting artistic production coming from the Rising Sun realized over the past decade, which focused on issues related to the re-framing of daily life (as suggested by the subtitle of this review).... READ MORE...

Watch This! New Directions in the Art of the Moving Image

The Smithsonian American Art Museum has dedicated a permanent-collection gallery to time-based art, an important new aspect of the media arts initiative at the museum that includes acquisitions, exhibitions, educational programs and archival research resources related to film, video and the media arts.... READ MORE...

Mapping Maciunas & Exercise

Stendhal Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of two exhibitions, Mapping Maciunas and Exercise on February 3, 2011. Both exhibitions examine the work of Fluxus artist, George Maciunas, who blended his education in architecture, graphic design and musicology to produce new ways of thinking about the state of contemporary society.... READ MORE...

Mary Livingston Paint Objects

Luis De Jesus is very pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new work by Margie Livingston, titled Paint Objects, opening January 22 through February 26, 2011. An artist's reception will be held on Saturday, January 22nd, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. This will be the artist's first solo presentation in Los Angeles.... READ MORE...

Creativity Day

Creativity Day is an event entirely dedicated to the digital creative community. The 2011 edition will start radically renewed in both spirit and content: we found new locations in Milan and Rome and guests from Europe and United States for a rich program of conferences and technical workshops.... READ MORE...

Luke DuBois A More Perfect Union

bitforms gallery is pleased to present a second solo exhibition with New York based artist R. Luke DuBois. Melding romance and U.S. geography, DuBois' new project is a follow up to his Hindsight is Always 20/20, which examined vision of the American presidency.... READ MORE...

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