Net Art

“BarabásiLab. Hidden Patterns”, network and data visualization

From May 1, 2021 to January 16, 2021 the ZKM | Karlsruhe presents the exhibition BarabásiLab. Hidden Patterns, which introduces the work of the Hungarian physicist and network scientist Albert-László Barabási and his research laboratory, BarabásiLab, at Northeastern University in Boston, USA. The focus of the exhibition is the development of network visualization over the past 25 years. BarabásiLab. Hidden Patterns is in collaboration with the Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary, where it is on show until June 20, 2021.... READ MORE...

#ArtonInstagram

Comparing the idea of owning an artwork to one of posting it is unrealistic, but the reason why we do both and the consequence of both actions to some extent can be more similar than we think. On an artistic level, one also commodifies and consumes the artwork in both scenarios. Just as art objects sold at auctions become commodities because they are treated as goods... READ MORE...

Reactivating Videographies: art and digital media

With the aim of bringing to the fore different working methods and formats in video art inside the current health care context, the online exhibition Reactivating Videographies displays a selection of works which are arranged to form a reflection on video art and its artists. Thus, a virtual public space comes into being over a two-year period to showcase... READ MORE...

Media Art Fund & Media Art Fellows – Call for projects

Two new funding programs of the Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) will support cooperative media art & digital culture projects of institutions and independent initiatives in NRW. The Call for Projects is addressed to all institutions and initiatives, alliances and collectives, places and spaces of media art & digital... 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...

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...