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Making/Breaking the Binary: Women, Art & Technology (1968-85)

A project curated by Kelsey Halliday Johnson involves different places in Philadelphia presenting the work of women artists who in the period between 1968 and 1985 explored the parameters of new technologies through video, copy machines, computer graphics and musical instruments, reaffirming their role as seminal figures in the history of technology.... READ MORE...

Faith Holland Speculative Fetish

Our use of personal devices is inherently intimate: relations we establish with them also engender care. Transfer presents Speculative Fetish, the gallery’s second solo exhibition from Faith Holland addressing the way that technology functions as a metaphor for the body, both in the language we use and in the ways we behave.... READ MORE...

Drawn from a Score

Currently on view at Beall Center for Art + Technology, an exhibition that features artists whose works come directly from a written, visual or code-based score. From the event scores first developed by John Cage and Fluxus artists in the 1950s, to contemporary uses of code as a score for computational works.... READ MORE...

Open Codes. Living in Digital Worlds

Today we live in a world of codes. The upcoming exhibition at ZKM - curated by Peter Weibel, Lívia Nolasco-Rózsás, Yasemin Keskintepe, Blanca Giménez, and Natalia Fuchs as external consultant – will give the opportunity to understand this world by collecting historical precursors of computer algorithms, artworks and scientific works.... READ MORE...

Experimenta Make Sense: International Triennial of Media Art

Both playful and challenging, the first International Triennal of Media Art asks us to contemplate just what it is to be human in the technological acceleration of our information society. Experimenta Make Sense presents a program of over 20 leading international and Australian artists who engage directly with this conundrum.... READ MORE...

Ed Atkins: Old Food

For his exhibition at the Martin-Gropius-Bau Ed Atkins has created his largest installation to date: a new series of works that build upon the allegorical possibilities of his particular brand of video making. These new computer-generated videos are installed alognside a vast display of the Deutsche Oper Berlin's costume archive.... READ MORE...

Catharina van Eetvelde: Ilk

The Folkwang Museum in Essen is currently hosting an exhibition dedicated to the work of Catharina van Eetvelde, which has expanded the traditional method of drawing on paper to include the new possibilities created by digital technology, questioning the link between all things and living beings.... READ MORE...

Janez Janša®

What is in a name? How do you relate to the property, legal status, perception and representation of ourselves? What is an artwork and what is the boundary between life, institutions and companies? Co-produced by Moderna galerija (MG+MSUM) and Aksioma - Institute for Contemporary Art in Ljubljana, Janez Janša® presents a selection of works produced by the three artists over the last ten years.... READ MORE...

Sounds Like Her

Curated by Christine Eyene, Sounds Like Her explores and challenges existing approaches to sound art, questioning of its patriarchal and Eurocentric patterns. The exhibition represents new perspectives; re-framing how we experience the dynamic of sound as practiced by women from diverse cultures and gender identities.... READ MORE...

Energies: Haines & Hinterding

Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) presents a comprehensive survey of the multi-sensory works of Australian artists Joyce Hinterding and David Haines, featuring collaborative projects and solo works which encourage us to marvel at the wonders of the universe and reimagine the everyday world as a place buzzing with invisible energies, curiosities and sensations.... READ MORE...

A new multi-platform by artist Olivia Erlanger

BMW Open Work is a major new initiative curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini annually inviting an artist to develop a project exploring current and future technologies as tools for innovation and artistic experimentation. This year it will launch at Frieze London with Body Electric, a new commission by Olivia Erlanger.... READ MORE...

Not a single Bone. Nora Al-Badri, Nikolai Nelles at NOME gallery

NOME gallery presents Nora Al-Badri’s and Nikolai Nelles’ first solo exhibition. The artists show their most recent projects addressing the production and commodification of global heritage and cultural goods and questioning the hierarchy of knowledge and the role of Western science and institutions.... READ MORE...

Materialising the internet

How does the physical-digital integration affects us in our everyday life and how do we express the new, augmented reality? These are the questions addressed by Materialising the Internet, an exihibition co-curated by Nadine Roestenburg at MU in Eindhoven.... READ MORE...

Apichatpong Weerasethakul: The Serenity of Madness

SAIC's Sullivan Galleries present the US premiere of Apichatpong Weerasethakul: The Serenity of Madness, curated by Gridthiya Gaweewong. The exhibition includes experimental short films and video installation of the artist focused on the stories often excluded from in and out of Thailand.... READ MORE...
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