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Computer Grrrls

Computer Grrrls deals with the complex link between women and technology from the first human computers to the current revival of technofeminist movements. An illustrated timeline with over 200 entries covers these developments from the 18th century to the present. Invited are artists, hackers, makers and researchers who are working on how to think differently about technology: by questioning the gender bias in big data and Artificial Intelligence, promoting an open and diversified Internet, and designing utopian technologies.... READ MORE...

Cosmopolis #1.5: Enlarged Intelligence

Cosmopolis #1.5: Enlarged Intelligence opened in Chengdu, China, presenting artworks and programs by almost 60 artists and groups envisioning how we may draw on intelligent technologies, as well as on ecological intelligence, to advance social values, rather than leaving capital to largely define the uses of these techniques and knowledge systems.... READ MORE...

Samson Young – The highway is like a lion’s mouth

Samson Young’s 2018 solo exhibition at Edouard Malingue Gallery (Shanghai) entitled The highway is like a lion’s mouth follows from the English translation of a slogan that is familiar to Hong Kongers. Young’s academic background in music has led him to incorporate elements of experimental music, sound studies and site-specific performance into his distinctive contemporary art practice.... READ MORE...

NODE 2018

Minimalismo radicale e suoni ad alta definizione, feedback acquatici e ambienti iperreali, arte, scienza, natura: la nona edizione di NODE si muove su una sottile linea dorata che esalta i punti di intersezione tra le discipline ospitando artisti internazionali esploratori del possibile.... READ MORE...

Pierre Huyghe – UUmwelt

Pierre Huyghe, one of the world’s leading conceptual artists, known for creating complex immersive ecosystems, presents a major new exhibition at the Serpentine this autumn. The Gallery becomes a porous and contingent environment, housing different forms of cognition, emerging intelligence, biological reproduction and instinctual behaviours.... READ MORE...

All I Know Is What’s On The Internet

All I Know Is What’s On The Internet is a new exhibition from The Photographers’ Gallery that presents the work of 11 contemporary artists and groups seeking to map, visualise and question the cultural dynamics of 21st Century image culture.... READ MORE...

Ryoji Ikeda at Eye Filmmuseum

The exhibition Ryoji Ikeda, on show at Eye Filmmuseum, offers an insightful perspective on the radical work of Japanese audiovisual artist Ryoji Ikeda and includes two new audiovisual installations made specially by Ikeda for Eye.... READ MORE...

6th Athens Biennale: ANTI

The 6th Athens Biennale: ANTI announces its 2018 edition curated by Stefanie Hessler, Kostis Stafylakis and Poka-Yio and realized in partnership with Onassis Culture. The artists participating in ANTI inhabit the center of Athens offering a distinct, idiosyncratic and uneasy screenshot of our political, social and cultural momentum.... READ MORE...

“Forensic Justice”: counter-narratives to dominant interpretations

The independent and interdisciplinary research agency Forensic Architecture presents in Utrecht the exhibition Forensic Justice, featuring a number of tactical forensic reclamations of social and ecological justice. Articulating evidence-based counter-narratives to dominant interpretations of investigated events, the installations mobilize what it refers to as “public truth.”... READ MORE...

Creative robots at the Patchlab Festival

Can artificial intelligence be also creative? Will the development of AI lead to a radical change in the way we define a work of art?The 7th edition of Patchlab Digital Art Festival “ARTBOTS”, will give an opportunity to dive into an ever multiplying world of intelligent algorithms and machines with creative potential.... READ MORE...

“Radiophonic Spaces”: a walk-in radio archive

In the walk-in radio archive Radiophonic Spaces, more than 200 works of German and international radio art spanning 100 years can be heard and explored. These works of radio art compiled by Nathalie Singer from the Bauhaus-University Weimar, can be publicly heard in the condensed form of thirteen narratives.... READ MORE...

Strange Days: Memories of the Future

Curated by Massimiliano Gioni and Edlis Neeson, Artistic Director of the New Museum, in partnership with The Vinyl Factory, an exhibition at The Store X London considers how images shape memories while anticipating visions of what the future may hold through the work of 21 acclaimed artists and filmmakers.... READ MORE...

What the “reincarnation” of Media Art could be? An exhibition at YCAM

Art museums and institutions worldwide are currently engaged in efforts to develop methods of preserving or restoring works of Media Art. In a current exhibition co-curated with the art unit exonemo, YCAM joins forces with artists to consider the “death” of artworks and the possibilities for “reincarnating” them in the future by means other than conventional approaches.... READ MORE...

Master Digital Exhibit (IUAV): iscrizioni aperte

Il Master ha l’obiettivo di formare persone in grado di progettare sistemi multimediali e interattivi, coniugando saperi e tecnologie legate alla computer vision e finalizzate alla realizzazione di allestimenti multimediali e interattivi ad ampio raggio di applicazione.... READ MORE...

Metaheaven: EARTH

This fall the Stedelijk Museum presents the first major museum survey of Metahaven and the premiere of their new film installation Eurasia (Questions on Happiness).... READ MORE...

“The Humans”: a group exhibition on our relationship with the media

At a time when news channels are multiplying, but are increasingly losing their influential position, artists are taking on the role of contemporary witnesses in a constantly changing media process. The Humans explores how they immerse themselves in realities that are inaccessible to traditional media sheding light on questions about how we deal with people on the margins of society and our attitude toward global migrations.... READ MORE...

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