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Are We All Addicts Now?

The upcoming exhibition at Furtherfield Gallery explores the seductive and addictive qualities of the digital. Where Katriona Beales addresses the sensual and tactile conditions of her life lived online, Fiona MacDonald draws us into the networks in nature through a sound-art work taking the form of a guided meditation.... READ MORE...

Instructions for Humans

Instructions For Humans presents works from UK and international artists Pete Ashton, Kyle McDonald and Nye Thompson. The focus is on the connections between humans, surveillance systems and the machine in general. What is explored is the role of intrusive visual control and how it affects individual privacy in public spaces.... READ MORE...

Radiant Matter. Marjolijn Dijkman and Maarten Vanden Eynde

Radiant Matter is the first duo exhibition of work by Marjolijn Dijkman and Maarten Vanden Eynde. The exhibition brings together objects, sculptures, a video and photos which explore the complex relation between the impact of the human on its environment and vice versa in the transition between the Holocene and the Anthropocene.... READ MORE...

Robotanica: The new wilderness

The Robotanica exhibition series is focused on the presence of robotics in nature. This new natural environment includes technological and hybrid creatures. Is this the sign of a new evolution? Is it possible that endangered animals will be replaced with technological substitutes in order not to break the natural balance?... READ MORE...

Screen City Biennial 2017

Screen City Biennial in Stavanger, the first Nordic Biennial dedicated to the expanded moving image in public space, returns in October for its third edition, presenting a rich program of events and artworks exploring the relationship between moving images, sound, technology and urban space.... READ MORE...

This is Rattle – Two new digital artworks

The Barbican presents two new digital artworks as part of This is Rattle marking Sir Simon Rattle’s inaugural season as Music Director of the London Symphony Orchestra, and as Artist-in-Association with the Barbican and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.... READ MORE...

Networked conversations

Third Space Network is announcing the fall series of Networked Conversations: net-broadcasted interviews with pioneering media artists, curators, writers, and activists exploring a broad range of social, political and aesthetic topics at the intersection of net culture.... READ MORE...

Philippe Parreno Synchronicity

The first exhibition by Philippe Parreno in China is hosted in the Rockbund Art Museum of Shanghai, curated by the director Larys Frogier. With a special dedication to Xavier Dourox, an inspiration for Parreno, the exhibition challenges the traditional notion of museum space and architecture.... READ MORE...

Radio Silence. A live performance and 10-episode radio show

Mural Arts Philadelphia presents Radio Silence, a new project by Iraqi–American artist Michael Rakowitz and curated by Elizabeth Thomas. Conceived specifically for Philadelphia, Radio Silence interweaves dreams and memories from Iraq, America, and in-between into a soundscape of the contemporary refugee experience... READ MORE...

Lucio Fontana: Ambienti/Environments

Pirelli HangarBicocca in Milan presents Ambienti/Environments, a groundbreaking exhibition that brings together for the first time nine of Lucio Fontana’s seminal Ambienti spaziali and two key environments. Fontana's pioneering work in the realm of installation art highlights the farsighted, innovative genius of this 20th century master.... READ MORE...

Julieta Aranda: As the Ground Becomes Exposed

For her second solo exhibition at Francesco Pantaleone Arte Contemporanea, Julieta Aranda creates an installation that offers a cryptic glimpse of the life of the many millions of tiny organisms that may have been trapped under the polar ice-caps: a lost world of ancient creatures awaiting another chance at life... READ MORE...

The Augmented Landscape

Commissioned by Boston Cyberarts, four internationally acclaimed artists have created eight Augmented Reality (AR) sculptures for The Augmented Landscape, an open-air public art installation at the National Park Service’s Salem Maritime National Historic Site, on view now through November 30... READ MORE...

CTM 2018 – Turmoil

Half a year after an unforgettable 2017 Festival, it has begun to lay the groundwork for the 19th edition of CTM Festival – the last "teenage" festival before the celebration of twenty years of creative exchange and collaboration in 2019. CTM Festival is very excited to announce the dates and theme for this next 2018 edition that will take place from 26 January to 4 February 2018 at various Berlin venues... READ MORE...

Work it, feel it!

Kunsthalle Wien's contribution to the Vienna Biennale 2017 revolves around notions of work and body, now and in the future. The artists featured in Work it, feel it! take a critical approach towards this topic, one that is informed by examinations of disciplinary mechanisms shaping society.... READ MORE...
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