Technoscience

“Bloom”, new works by Trevor Paglen

Pace is pleased to return to its physical space with an exhibition of new works by American artist Trevor Paglen. "Bloom" explores Paglen’s central themes of artificial intelligence, the politics of images, facial recognition technologies, and alternative futures.... READ MORE...

Anicka Yi in “The Flavor Genome”

For its new exhibition, the Espace Louis Vuitton München invites you to uncover an emblematic work by Korean-American artist Anicka Yi, The Flavor Genome (2016). This 3D projection is displayed in conjunction with a work by American artist Trisha Donnelly.... READ MORE...

The Speculative Design of Immaculate Motherhood

In the next five years, the artificial womb will become a medical reality. Ectogenesis, outside-the-womb gestation, is increasingly viable for human embryos. Will it lead to a feminist utopia, or is it the newest manifestation of an age-old male fantasy? This question has occupied the minds of feminists, science-fiction writers, artists and scientists for decades. Article by Patricia de Vries... READ MORE...

Innovation in and for Europe: STARTS 2020 prize winners

Science, Technology and arts (STARTS for short) limn a nexus at which insightful observers have identified extraordinarily high potential for innovation. And innovation is precisely what’s called for if we’re to master the social, ecological and economic challenges that Europe will be facing in the near future. In this STARTS Prize initiative, the European Commission’s focus is on projects and people that can make meaningful contributions to this effort.... READ MORE...

ADA”, a new post-industrial creature

OMM – Odunpazarı Modern Museum in Eskişehir, Turkey is hosting ADA by Karina Smigla-Bobinski, an interactive kinetic sculpture named after Ada Lovelace, one of the world’s first computer programmers.... READ MORE...

Deep in the Forking Tanks

"Deep in the Forking Tanks", the new video that provides the title for this exhibition, has artist Heecheon Kim meeting with divers and venturing down deep into the water. For training, he used a flotation tank, also known as a “sensory deprivation tank,” that literally enables to cut off senses.... READ MORE...

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