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All the winners of Prix Ars Electronica 2020

2020 marks a turning point in the 33-year history of the Prix Ars Electronica: for the first time since 1987, the international jury meetings were purely virtual; a movement of anonymous citizens received a Golden Nica for the first time in honor of its innovations and creative digital activism.... READ MORE...

The exhibition “Tomás Saraceno. Aria” (re)opens to the public

Saraceno creates immersive works and participatory experiences that suggest a new way of living in our world by making connections to non‐human phenomena such as dust particles and plants. The exhibition at Palazzo Strozzi will stay open until 1 November 2020, with all the measures to contain the COVID-19 epidemic.... READ MORE...

Discussing “The Question of Intelligence” with Curator Christiane Paul

The exhibition "The Question of Intelligence: AI and The Future of Humanity", which should have run from the 7th of February to the 8th of April at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons/The New School in New York, engaged with the relationships that humans sustain with machines and vice versa and brought insights on artificial intelligence's bias and potential in unlocking new opportunities. Report and interview by Marie Chatel... READ MORE...

Zombies can vote too: Sentience in memesis

The image of the digital zombie, that being absorbed by its phone who barely functions in public and is almost always rescued by another bystander has become a contemporary caricature of technology, and yet most of us do not remember the last three things we’ve reacted to. Article by Pierre Chaumont.... READ MORE...

“The Redaction Trilogy”: Kennedy Browne in Dublin

Hugh Lane Gallery presents "The Redaction Trilogy", the first solo museum exhibition in Ireland by the collaborative practice of Kennedy Browne (Gareth Kennedy and Sarah Browne). Their collaborative work poses timely and urgent questions around interactions between technology, ideology and politics in this context.... READ MORE...

Mind the Deep: Artificial Intelligence and Artistic Creation

The exhibition "Mind the Deep: Artificial Intelligence and Artistic Creation" features 28 artworks by 22 artists and artist groups, together with demonstrations from AI conferences, to investigate how artificial intelligence has entered different levels and stages of artistic creation: concept development, logical construction, specific tools, and effects.... READ MORE...

Tagging Aesthetics #6: Memetic Representation. Interview with ANON

The #AltWoke project was born from the efforts of a heterogenous collective called ANON that comprises theorists, activists, artists, and sex workers alike. The manifesto combines a taste for complex philosophical issues (around economic systems, automation, and AI) with a strong emphasis on the power of pop culture, especially African-American. Interview of Nicola Bozzi... READ MORE...

The Measure of All Things: On the (In)Human

Artists at the exhibition "The Measure of All Things: On the (In)Human", curated by Hans Carlsson and Åsa Nacking, claim that these words are to be taken to refer to how human beings use themselves as benchmarks for understanding the world, and that this makes truth a relative concept that may differ between individuals.... READ MORE...

Bergen Assembly 2019: the life beyond the binary oppositions

Bergen Assembly 2019, titled Actually, the Dead Are Not Dead, encompasses an exhibition and a series of events taking place at various venues in Bergen. The project proposes communicating with the spectres of the past and the future and taking responsibility for those who are no longer, or not yet, here.... READ MORE...

William Forsythe’s Choreographic Objects

SESC Pompeia (São Paulo) is currently hosting the exhibition "William Forsythe: Choreographic Objects". Passing visitors and SESC users can get to know the plurisensorial, choreographic and multimedia production of North American dancer, choreographer and visual artist William Forsythe.... READ MORE...

Simposio

From July 4th to 7th NONE collective organizes the second edition of Simposio, that will take place among the mountains at the ENI Village of Borca di Cadore (BL). The aim is to create a real community by stimulating perception, critical faculty and deep thought to try to create new models for understanding the contemporary world and to formulate new worlds.... READ MORE...

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