Art

KIBLIX 2020–2021: Virtual Worlds Now International Group Exhibition

The international group exhibition of the festival of art, technology and science KIBLIX 2020– 2021: Virtual Worlds Now thus rounds off with a completed set of 18 works of art by internationally renowned artists. The exhibition, which will be on view at KIBLA PORTAL, the largest independent exhibition centre in Slovenia, provides a critical overview of contemporary virtual spaces.... READ MORE...

“Legacy” by Nancy Baker Cahill, synthesis’ first public art show

synthesis gallery is pleased to present Legacy by Nancy Baker Cahill, synthesis’ first public art show opening on November 4. In Legacy, an original, animated, site-specific AR drawing in 360°, artist Nancy Baker Cahill aims to address the current threats of gentrification and climate change in Berlin while situating these challenges within the larger scope of the city’s past, present, and future.... READ MORE...

IMPAKT Festival 2021: Modern Love. How technology is changing the way we love

Through a five-day programme of performances, talks, keynotes, panels, film screenings and an exhibition, IMPAKT Festival 2021 explores how virtual developments change the way we meet, date, love—or even break up. Is there a way out from the so-called “cold intimacies” caused by digital technologies? Can artists help us understand the way in which new technologies are affecting love and relationships?... READ MORE...

Dixit Algorizmi, an exhibition between art and algorithms

The Centre for Contemporary Art in Tashkent (CCAT), which sits under the Art & Culture Development Foundation of the Ministry of Culture of Uzbekistan, presents its exhibition Dixit Algorizmi, exploring the seminal work of ninth century Uzbek polymath, Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwārizmī. Curated by Joseph Grima and co-curated by Sheida Ghomashchi and Camilo Oliveira, the exhibition opens October 5, and unpacks the influence of al-Khwārizmī’s work on today’s technological acceleration.... READ MORE...