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Taipei Biennial 2020

The 12th edition of Taipei Biennial will open to the public from November 21, 2020 and run through March 14, 2021. The biennial, co-curated by French philosopher Bruno Latour and French independent curator Martin Guinard, together with Taiwanese independent curator Eva Lin, proposes a fictional “planetarium” within the museum, wherein the invited artists, activists and scientists will explore the tensions between the gravitational pull of different “planets.... READ MORE...

Para Site hosts two new exhibitions about AI

Para Site is proud to present two new exhibitions dedicated to AI and virtual world: Glitch in the Matrix, a solo exhibition by Hong Kong-based artist Luke Ching Chin Wai, featuring newly commissioned works and re-enactments and adaptations of Ching’s earlier works, and Confidential Records: Overwrite, a solo exhibition by Hong Kong-based artist Vvzela Kook.... READ MORE...

“CHRONIQUES” Biennale of Digital Imagination. 2020 Edition

Taiwan was named the CHRONIQUES Biennale guest of honor with C-LAB serving as curator. VR FILM LAB, located in Kaohsiung have also been invited. With the theme of Eternity, together with 12 outstanding new media artists, a team representative of Taiwan’s technology-based arts has been formed to present Taiwan’s rich culture and abundant technical know-how through exhibitions and performances.... READ MORE...

Hito Steyerl in “I Will Survive”

The exhibition Hito Steyerl. I Will Survive at K21 is the new multimedia installation with which Steyerl (b. 1966) critically explores the potentials of digitality, simulation, and artificial intelligence with regard to artistic creativity, modes of museum presentation, social upheavals, and pandemic conditions.... READ MORE...

Driving the Human Opening Festival

On November 20–22, 2020, the Driving the Human Opening Festival will launch the long-term scientific and artistic collaboration of the same name. The festival invites scholars, artists, designers, and other multidisciplinary participants to launch a debate on the themes currently defining our existence – from the human to non-human, from existence to co-existence, from digital to analogue.... 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...

RE:HUMANISM ART PRIZE 2

The call is open from Tuesday, October 27th, and is addressed to professional artists of all ages and nationalities that will be able to participate for free throughout the submission of their projects by 12 pm of January 12th, 2021. Winners will be announced by January 31th, 2021, on www.re-humanism.com... 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...