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Glitch Art, the first glitch video art group exhibition in Iran

A group video art exhibition titled Glitch Art: Pixel Language, curated by Mohammad-Ali Famori and Sadeq Majlesi, has opened on December 25 at Bavan Gallery in Tehran, Iran and will continue for eleven weeks until March 12. In this exhibition, 27 glitch artists from all around the globe, create works to identify the value of pixels, so they can force our minds to to reread the pixel language.... READ MORE...

SAVE HUMANITY

Artisti da tutto il mondo hanno collaborato per la collettiva "Save Humanity", a cura di Vera Agosti, ospitata, in occasione della Giornata del Contemporaneo, nei giorni della pandemia, sull'omonima pagina Facebook. Nata da un'open call online e da inviti da parte della curatrice, l'esposizione vuole essere un monito e un'esortazione, nonché una possibilità... READ MORE...

Rethinking Our Futures: Molior international symposium

Molior is celebrating its 20th anniversary in February 2021 with the presentation of an international symposium on collaborative curating practices in the digital age. Titled Rethinking Our Futures: Art and Collaboration, the symposium invites Canadian and international curators to share experiences virtually and to collectively reflect on issues related to their practice in a context shaped by an increasing use of digital technologies.... READ MORE...

Diana Policarpo solo exhibition: “Nets of Hyphae”

Diana Policarpo’s exhibition Nets of Hyphae, curated by Stefanie Hessler draws speculative connections between ergot fungi networks and women’s health. Her newly commissioned video works, animation, textiles and soundscape create parallels between the fungus cycle, reproductive justice and the expertise of midwives, healers and peasants in precarity and resistance.... READ MORE...

Katja Aufleger in the exhibition “Gone”

The first solo exhibition in Switzerland by Katja Aufleger, on view until March 14, 2021 at the Museum Tinguely, brings together works from the past decade: breakable sculptures, hazardous chemicals and video works, with which the artist criticises institutions and questions power structures and systems.... READ MORE...

HeK Net Works: IOCOSE, Moving Tasks Forward

Founded in 2006 by four artists (Matteo Cremonesi, Filippo Cuttica, Davide Prati, Paolo Ruffino), IOCOSE investigate how the narratives surrounding the future of society and technology leave traces on the present. Moving Tasks Forward, available from 10.11 to 8.12.2020, is a script that can solve the long list of tasks that flood our daily to do lists.... READ MORE...

Regionale 21: Expanded Video Works

HeK’s 2020 Regionale exhibition, «Regionale 21 – Expanded Video Works», focuses on the artistic use of moving images with a selection of videos, films and animations. The presented works share a formal and experimental creativity in their use of motion graphics software and video equipment.... READ MORE...

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...

“Feelings”, new models of interaction

Synthesis gallery presents FEELINGS, a digital exhibition of works by five artists. Curated by Jeffrey Grunthaner and George Vitale, the exhibition will go live on Mozilla Hubs November 19, 2020 and run through February 21, 2021. Scheduled events and walkthroughs will also take place during the course of the exhibition.... READ MORE...