Articles

Luigi Turra, profeta del vuoto e dell’invisibile

Turra, sound artist, compositore riduzionista, elettroacustico ed esperto di musica concreta, ha presentato un nuovo lavoro che esplora l’equilibrio acustico tra il silenzio e la percezione tattile del suono, temi centrali della sua ricerca. L'opera, "Tactile.Surface" (2019), indaga in modo radicale ed alchemico l’utilizzo sia delle tecniche analogiche sia digitali per manipolare e ri-assemblare i suoni.... READ MORE...

“FUTURE PRESENT”: the impact of technology on design

Michigan State University’s Science Gallery Detroit is pleased to announce its third annual exhibition, FUTURE PRESENT: Design in a Time of Urgency, which will run through Dec. 11 at Bedrock’s 1001 Woodward Building in downtown Detroit. This year’s exhibition theme will explore humanity’s nuanced relationship to various forms of design and the impact it has on the future.... READ MORE...

The 13th Shanghai Biennale Bodies of Water

The Power Station of Art (PSA) is delighted to announce the opening of the 13th Shanghai Biennale, Bodies of Water. Challenging the usual art biennale format, it will be the first stage of an eight-month extended program that will allow the artists, thinkers and curators contributing to the Biennale to develop their work in close collaboration with the City of Shanghai.... READ MORE...

From conceptual art to technological changes: the exhibition “The Sun Does not Move, Chapter 35 “

The Sun Does not Move, Chapter 35 brings together a selection of paintings from the Book of paintings R.H. Quaytman (Boston, 1961) begun in 2001. This is the latest chapter of Quaytman’s "writing,", and it is presented in context with the first―The Sun (2001)―and O Tópico, Chapter 27 (2014)—specifically made for Instituto Inhotim, Brumadinho, Minas Gerais, Brazil.... READ MORE...

“UN-TACT”, Asian video and sound art

Asia Culture Center holds 2020 ACC Gwangju & Asian artists exhibition UN-TACT from October 15, 2020 to March 14, 2021. In this exhibition, seven young artists with unique voices keenly respond to the rapid changes taking place in the here and now, and they present their projects as a forum for discussion and deliberation on our post-pandemic lives.... READ MORE...

Immersive multi-media experiences with Zadie Xa

This fall, Remai Modern presents a new body of work by Vancouver-born, London-based artist Zadie Xa. Moon Poetics 4 Courageous Earth Critters and Dangerous Day Dreamers opens October 24 in the museum’s Connect Gallery and marks the artist's first solo museum project in Canada. Zadie Xa combines sculpture, painting, light and sound to create immersive multi-media experiences.... READ MORE...

Performing the Archive of Future Gestures. Interview with Julien Prévieux

Julien Prévieux is a multidisciplinary artist that for years has investigated the relationship between technologies and the human, employing diverse formats and languages. Many of his works escape specific language and discipline categories. They are open processes, social experiments on what the artist defines as "crisis wrecks", iconic residues of financial scandals, legal cases, traces of symbolic structures or visual codes produced by economic and political systems.... READ MORE...

Virus Attack ! First computer pandemics

Espacio Byte, digital art museum, presents a new exhibition on computer viruses. An approach to the aesthetic dimension of disruptive phenomena in the digital ecosystem. The curatorial project raises an analogy between pandemics in the biological and digital sphere, and how both end up interfering in the dynamics of human activities.... READ MORE...

Data Meditations: New rituals for new possible worlds

A lot has happened in 2020. In the pandemic world of covid19, the small HER research center, started by artists / hacktivists / researchers Salvatore Iaconesi and Oriana Persico, is changing its skin to become HER: She Loves Data: a new type of organization that interprets data as existential phenomena and uses art and design to reposition the results of research and innovation in the middle of society.... READ MORE...

“Digital Cultures 2020: Imagined Futures”, an online festival of arts & technology

The online festival will bring back former visions of the future, dismissed as intriguing yet far-fetched fantasies a decade or even a few months ago. The event, organised by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, offers a wealth of artistic programmes and debate, and aims to further understand and overcome the barriers of delivering a hybrid festival in today’s social and political climate. ... READ MORE...