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James Turrell “The Substance of Light”

Over five decades, James Turrell’s work has combined conceptual thinking, science, technology and spirituality to create a unique art form, that takes shape through the perception of the observer. The Substance of Light at the Museum Frieder Burda is an exhibition conceived in close cooperation with the artist himself.... READ MORE...

Drodesera XXXVIII edizione: “SUPERCONTINENT²”

Quest'anno il festival Drodesera è Supercontinent due, anzi, al quadrato. Performer, artisti, filosofi, curatori, sound designer, architetti, ricercatori, registi si riapproprieranno non tanto delle tradizioni e dei simboli quanto del proprio futuro.... READ MORE...

“J3RR1”: empathy with the machine. Interview with NONE collective

NONE collective – the Rome-based artistic group that moves on the border between art, design and technological research – in conversation with Marco Mancuso tell us about their new work J3RR1. Programmed Torture: a computer programmed to carry out a constant stress test using technology to reflect on the daily condition of human beings in a non-anthropocentric vision.... READ MORE...

Future Gaming: creative interventions in Video Game Culture

This text is part of the Goldsmiths Press/MIT Press Future Media series, encouraging authors to offer a relatively short, sharp intervention in response to actual or potential short-term, utilitarian and instrumentalist thinking about a particular scenario or performance of media and technological futurism.... READ MORE...

TodaysArt turns 2018 edition into72-hour audiovisual spectacle

TodaysArt is known for showcasing the latest works of artists, which cannot always be placed in one box. While last year, the frame revolved around algorithms and complexities, this year the festival looks at the parallel worlds we all are part of, both virtual and physical, and those in which humans are increasingly missing due to invisible systems of automation.... READ MORE...

Art, epoxy plastic and bacteria. Interview with Klari Reis

Klari Reis is best known for her Petri Dish series, a multicolour set of circular blobs created using a blend of media and ground-breaking techniques. The core of Kla-ris’s approach is the transformation and pigmentation of a UV-resistant plastic, the epoxy polymer, into unique and cutting edge artworks.... READ MORE...

“Seen”: there’s really “nothing to see”?

Quoting Fred Richtin we could say that “we’ve entered the surveillance era, and surveillance era came into us”. The exhibition Seen, shown until the 1st of July at Wei- Ling Contemporary gallery of Kuala Lumpur focuses on this issue, identifying contemporary surveillance as an undetectable grey zone, trying to elaborate strategies of resistance.... READ MORE...

“Con-Notations”: how to perceive one reality through another?

Curated by Sophie Orlando and Katrin Ströbel an exhibition is organized in the context of a residence of the artist Nikolaus Gansterer at the Villa Arson. Gansterer explores how the act of drawing can become a score, a tool for communication and an “instruction for action”, in relation with time, space, movement and imagination.... READ MORE...

CLICK CLACK. Kinetic installations by Virgilio Villoresi

On the occasion of Arte Fiera in Bologna, Adiacenze inaugurates “Click Clack”, the first ever solo show with the kinetic and interactive installations of the artist and director Virgilio Villoresi, one of the most eclectic and original artists in the Italian and international art world. Curated by Marco Mancuso, critic, curator and director of Digicult... READ MORE...

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