Hybrid Design

Speaking Power to (Post) Truth

Jane Lombard Gallery presents the group exhibition Speaking Truth to (Post) Power, curated by Sara Raza (formerly the Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator of the Solomon. R Guggenheim Museum, New York). The exhibition brings together a constellation of six contemporary artists who unite to create a series of patterns that explore the deep historical associations inherent within human consciousness and truth.... READ MORE...

An engagement with bacteria: Interview with Anna Dumitriu

Donata Marletta interviews British Artist Anna Dimitriu, who explores and questions our relationship to infectious diseases, synthetic biology and robotics. Her works has been presented and exhibited in major collections and museums worldwide and her itinerant exhibition BioArt and Bacteria is now running until the 24th of November 2018 at The Esther Klein Gallery and the Science Center in Philadelphia, USA.... READ MORE...

Oron Catts & Ionat Zurr explore the intersections of art and science in “Biomess”

Running at The Art Gallery of Western Australia as part of the Unhallowed Arts Festival, Biomess (Oron Catts / Ionat Zurr) is a radical experiment in live culture presented by The Tissue Culture & Art Project of SymbioticA. The laboratory, art gallery and luxury retail design come together in a unique and radical exhibit including rarely seen – and maybe new – organisms.... READ MORE...

Mediated cages. Interview with Zach Blas

Zach Blas in conversation with Filippo Lorenzin talks about the influence of politics and social norms on the development and production of technology, queerness political meaning and its technological applications, deconstruction of identity, bodily abstractions and his actual activity as a teacher at Goldsmiths University.... READ MORE...

Archaeology of the Screen

The exhibition Archaeology of the Screen is an international development of the curator project The Archaeology of the Screen. The Estonian Example, which took place in the autumn of 2017 at the Bozar art center in Brussels. At the Kumu Art Museum in Tallin an international group of artists interpret from a new angle topics as digital security, relations between the screen and historical technology, and the criticism of visual culture.... READ MORE...

“AUTOMATA – Sing the body electric”: new edition of the Elektra festival and the BIAN

Since 1999 ELEKTRA showcases artists and works that fuse art and new technologies. Its major exhibition, the International Digital Art Biennial (BIAN) and the Elektra Digital Art Festival, respectively at their 4th and 19th edition this year, go under the theme AUTOMATA and present audiovisual performances and artworks focusing on the human body in augmented and hybrid forms.... READ MORE...

The God Trick: a symposium and a group exhibition relating to the Anthropocene issue.

PAV in Turin celebrates ten years of its opening with a group exhibition of artists who have collaborated with it in the past, that will open in conjunction with an important international conference. The aim is to address and investigate one of the debates which, over the past few years, has been to the forefront of the contemporary art scene: the questions relating to the Anthropocene.... READ MORE...