Bio Art

Algorithmic Imagery: Interview with Mike Tyka

Mike Tyka is an artist and researcher with a PhD in Biophysics. In conversation with Teresa Ruffino he explains how, in his sculptural works, he expresses the arbitrary representation of molecules and how he started working with algorithms as an artistic tool describing his experience and vision for the future of this technology.... READ MORE...

Patrick Staff: “On Venus”

Through a varied and interdisciplinary body of work, Patrick Staff interrogates notions of discipline, dissent, labour and queer identity. "On Venus" presents Staff ’s most ambitious work to date: a site-specific installation exploring structural violence, registers of harm and the effects of acid, blood and hormones. Throughout the spaces of the Serpentine Gallery, Staff initiates a series of architectural interventions.... READ MORE...

Trees of Life. Stories for a damaged Planet

The Frankfurter Kunstverein, in cooperation with the Senckenberg Naturmuseum, will present "Trees of Life - Stories for a Damaged Planet", an interdisciplinary exhibition project that leads our gaze from a historically cultivated, anthropocentric worldview to a systemic understanding of humans as a part of the evolutionary process.... READ MORE...

“Transcorporealities”: part of “HERE AND NOW” at Museum Ludwig

The exhibition "Transcorporealities" takes as its starting point the concept of the permeability of bodies. This idea of “transcorporeality” can also be applied to the museum: in continuous metabolic processes, various social, biological, technological, economic and political systems intersect. Against this backdrop, the exhibition activates an area in the museum that is freely accessible and opens toward the urban space with its transparent façades and glass doors on two sides: the foyer.... READ MORE...

More-than-humans

Curated by Stefanie Hessler, "More-than-humans" brings together outstanding works by Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Tomás Saraceno from the Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (TBA21) collection: they consider that which cannot be explained by the rational anthropoid mind.... READ MORE...

Designs for Different Futures

The role of designers in shaping how we think about the future is the subject of a major exhibition that will premiere at the Philadelphia Museum of Art this fall. Designs for Different Futures brings together some 80 works that address the challenges and opportunities that humans may encounter in the years, decades, and centuries ahead.... READ MORE...

Speculative Landscapes

This fall, The Art Gallery of New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) invites viewers into the imagined worlds of four UAE-based artists. "Speculative Landscapes" is a series of new installations through which each artist explores the very concept of environment (natural, artificial, virtual).... READ MORE...

“Empathic Systems”: three solo shows on the relationship between humans and technology

The exhibition "Empathic Systems" revolves around the complex emotional relationship between humans and technology. Communication processes no longer only happen from human to human, but between humans and technology. Netzhammer, Jansen and Todo work at the intersection of engineering and computer science with psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience and ethics.... READ MORE...