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Florian Hecker. Hallucination, Perspective, Synthesis

German artist Florian Hecker works with synthetic sounds, performances, and installations dealing with issues surrounding compositional developments in post-war modernity and late-19th-century psychophysics. For his new show, he has transformed Kunsthalle Wien's exhibition space into a stage for sound events that exceed linguistic description and categorization.... READ MORE...

Beautiful new worlds: virtual realities in contemporary art

Virtual space images are already influencing different areas of our world and will continue to shape our future: Beautiful New Worlds addresses recent developments in image technology presenting 13 artists who address the relationship between virtual and physical spaces with a particular focus on the socio-political potential of virtual technologies.... READ MORE...

1948 Unbound. Unleashing the technical present

At Haus Der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin, From November 30th to December 2nd a series of lectures, performative elements, gatherings and installations, all differing in duration, visibility, and interaction will investigate the year 1948 as the saddle point in forming the planetary re-arrangement process that now goes by the name “technosphere.”... READ MORE...

Martina Feipel & Jean Bechameil: Theatre of Disorder

Martine Feipel and Jean Bechameil present Theatre of Disorder, a new body of work, at the Casino Luxembourg. The artist duo, based in Bruxelles, has since 2008 developed works that reflects on how the instruments familiar to us evolve towards a new form of interaction with humans; a choreography in which man and machine coexist.... READ MORE...

Nonhuman Networks

A current exhibition in Berlin takes into account recent philosophical approaches which emphasises nonhuman perspectives through object-oriented ontology. Through works by artists Saša Spačal, Mirjan Švagelj, Anil Podgornik and Heather Barnett it introduces an aesthetics of new forms of communication between human and nonhuman actors.... READ MORE...

The Glass Room

Ongoing in London a pop-up exhibition which - through artworks, speculative projects, interactive videos, animations and activist projects, puts big data on display to make them more tanglible and less abstract, helping the public to make informed choices about their digital self. The show is curated by Tactical Technology Collective and presented by Mozilla.... READ MORE...

After the End of the World

After the End of the World is an exhibition about the Earth of 2017 irreversibly transformed into the Anthropocene planet after two centuries of human impact on natural systems in which artists, philosophers, novelists, sea creatures, playwrights, plants, architects, objects, speculative designers and scientists have worked together to imagine situations, to tell stories and to devise strategies for survival and peaceful cohabitation in the world to come.... READ MORE...

Perception is Reality. On the Construction of Reality and Virtual Worlds

What challenges arise for our brain when technically produced virtual worlds increasingly play a role in our lives? Which parameters do pictures need to fulfill in order for people to accept them as real? A thematic group exhibition at Frankfurter Kunstverein is trying to give an answer by juxtapositioning a range of analog and digital artworks.... READ MORE...

Heimo Zobernig: chess painting

Heimo Zobernig’s practice is framed by the impact Modernism has had on the trajectory of art history. A new exhibition spans the MIT List Visual Art Center’s main galleries by using their architecture as a stage and allowing a viewer to confront the constructed experience of visiting an art exhibition.... READ MORE...

CC LAB. Virtual Reality

While VR technology has inspired game developers for years, artists and storytellers have only just begun to explore the possibilities that it offers. The new exhibition at Copenhagen CC introduces a range of Danish and international artists who experiment with VR in order to push boundaries and open up new spaces for art to inhabit.... READ MORE...

Tomás Saraceno: Entangled Orbits

The Baltimore Museum of Art has commissioned a major new work by internationally acclaimed artist Tomás Saraceno for an exhibition that has transformed the visitor experience of the museum. Entangled Orbits brings together a group of highly complex and fascinating installations drawing inspiration from structures of the natural world.... READ MORE...

Faith Holland Speculative Fetish

Our use of personal devices is inherently intimate: relations we establish with them also engender care. Transfer presents Speculative Fetish, the gallery’s second solo exhibition from Faith Holland addressing the way that technology functions as a metaphor for the body, both in the language we use and in the ways we behave.... READ MORE...

Open Codes. Living in Digital Worlds

Today we live in a world of codes. The upcoming exhibition at ZKM - curated by Peter Weibel, Lívia Nolasco-Rózsás, Yasemin Keskintepe, Blanca Giménez, and Natalia Fuchs as external consultant – will give the opportunity to understand this world by collecting historical precursors of computer algorithms, artworks and scientific works.... READ MORE...

Experimenta Make Sense: International Triennial of Media Art

Both playful and challenging, the first International Triennal of Media Art asks us to contemplate just what it is to be human in the technological acceleration of our information society. Experimenta Make Sense presents a program of over 20 leading international and Australian artists who engage directly with this conundrum.... READ MORE...

Sounds Like Her

Curated by Christine Eyene, Sounds Like Her explores and challenges existing approaches to sound art, questioning of its patriarchal and Eurocentric patterns. The exhibition represents new perspectives; re-framing how we experience the dynamic of sound as practiced by women from diverse cultures and gender identities.... READ MORE...
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