Video Art

Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz: “Improvisation télépathique”

Centre culturel suisse presents, for the first time in Europe, Improvisation télépathique (Telepathic Improvisation), installation and film by Pauline Boudry & Renate Lorenz that, with reference to current violent social conditions, explores the ways in which others (including other objects) might become part of our striving for alternative political and sexual imaginations.... READ MORE...

Lisa Reihana – Cinemania

Campbelltown Arts Centre presents Cinemania, Lisa Reihana's first survey, showcasing three decades of video and photographic works and her most ambitious work to date, in Pursuit of Venus [infected], 2015-17, following its premiere at the 57th Venice Biennale in 2017. This exhibition traces Reihana's preoccupation with identity and costume, life and death, and the creation of compelling "otherworlds".... READ MORE...

New World Order

Through experimental works of art, a new exhibition co-curated by Furtherfield directors, Ruth Catlow and Marc Garrett, imagines a world in which responsibility for certain aspects of human life have been automated and deferred to blockchain, transferred once and for all from natural and social systems into secure and networked digital ledger of transactions.... READ MORE...

IFFR 2018: a boundless dialogue between art and film

The 2018 edition of the International Film Festival in Rotterdam offers a high-quality line-up of screenings, live performances, installations, masterclasses and talkshows, with artists' moving images taking a more central position than ever, and taking into consideration also the consequences of new technologies and our obsession with progress.... READ MORE...

Transmediale announces “Face Value” and further highlights for 2018

Things are what they are—but could they be different? Under the title of face value, The 31st edition of transmediale festival directed by Kristoffer Gansing for the seventh time will seek possible new ways of deconstructing the alarming development of digital populism, the radicalization of net culture, and the new culture wars.... READ MORE...

Pipilotti Rist: Sip my Ocean

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia presents a major new exhibition by pioneering Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist, exclusively in Sydney as part of the Sydney International Art Series. Incorporating video and sculpture, Rist's dazzling environments immerse visitors in colourful projections that explore the relationships between nature, body and technology.... READ MORE...

The world is a pattern. Interview with Nicolas Sassoon

GIFs have been accepted and adopted by new users who rely on animated pictures thanks to their planned pervasiveness in their digital communication habits. The practice of Nicolas Sassoon, a French artist who makes art with GIFs since 2011, suggests creative strategies to exploit the features of this format in order to make works that couldn't be made with any other medium.... READ MORE...

Bill Viola. Naissance à rebours

Naissance à rebours is the new exhibition by Bill Viola which is presented at the DHC/ART Foundation for Contemporary Art in Montreal. The presentation consists of four flat panel videos as well as a projection work and the most recent major installation Inverted Birth, displayed for the first time in Canada.... READ MORE...

Ed Atkins: Old Food

For his exhibition at the Martin-Gropius-Bau Ed Atkins has created his largest installation to date: a new series of works that build upon the allegorical possibilities of his particular brand of video making. These new computer-generated videos are installed alognside a vast display of the Deutsche Oper Berlin's costume archive.... READ MORE...

Apichatpong Weerasethakul: The Serenity of Madness

SAIC's Sullivan Galleries present the US premiere of Apichatpong Weerasethakul: The Serenity of Madness, curated by Gridthiya Gaweewong. The exhibition includes experimental short films and video installation of the artist focused on the stories often excluded from in and out of Thailand.... READ MORE...

Philippe Parreno Synchronicity

The first exhibition by Philippe Parreno in China is hosted in the Rockbund Art Museum of Shanghai, curated by the director Larys Frogier. With a special dedication to Xavier Dourox, an inspiration for Parreno, the exhibition challenges the traditional notion of museum space and architecture.... READ MORE...

Julieta Aranda: As the Ground Becomes Exposed

For her second solo exhibition at Francesco Pantaleone Arte Contemporanea, Julieta Aranda creates an installation that offers a cryptic glimpse of the life of the many millions of tiny organisms that may have been trapped under the polar ice-caps: a lost world of ancient creatures awaiting another chance at life... READ MORE...

Christian Boltanski: Anime. Di luogo in luogo

From June 26 to November 12, 2017 Christian Boltanski is the main focus of Anime. Di luogo in luogo, a special project for Bologna curated by Danilo Eccher, involving many urban venues in Bologna, all featuring the multi-faceted work of one the most important artists of our time... READ MORE...

BMW Art Car reloaded: Cao Fei going digital

Following the contributions by Jeff Koons and John Baldessari, Cao Fei (b. 1978) is the youngest and first Chinese artist ever to create a BMW Art Car. By employing augmented and virtual reality, the internationally acclaimed Chinese multimedia artist addresses the future of mobility such as autonomous driving, airborne cars and digitalization... READ MORE...

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