The exhibition The Games Europe Plays-BODY-TECH presents the works of interactive artists and game makers from the UK and continental Europe, trying to imagine how we will inhabit and take care of our virtual and physical bodies in the future. Taking also a playful look at how digital technologies contami-nate our daily life.
iMinds is a Flemish non-profit organization, that drive digital innovation for society and economy, through strategic and applied research on key digital technologies. Offering to people and organizations active support in research and business development, and also encourages tech entrepreneurs to bring their smart innovations to life
Energy Flash - The Rave Movement is the first museum exhibition to considering the rave in their social, political, economic and technological aspects. Including interdisciplinary projects from different fields of art, the exhibition has the goal to give back its cultural value at the rave phenomenon, often overlooked or rejected.
It 'obvious change of paradigm occurred in recent years regarding the evaluation of the potential social and economic terms of cultural heritage: the transition from a conception centered on the retention of a value-centered, testified in a clear from Faro Protocol of 2005 - promoted by the Council of Europe
An Age of Our Own Making is an exhibition that takes place in three different Danish cities, with the goal of initiate a reflection on the current human condition. Ecology, liberty and political space are some themes that artists will use in their artworks to track down the human and his status inside of the contemporary society.
At the ZKM (Center for Art and Media) in Karlsruhe is present, from April, the collective exhibition Reset Modernity! That drives the visitors to experience the resetting modernity for redirect the confused signals suggested from our age, by taking alternative routes in which our choices become primary.
At freiraum Q21 INTERNATIONAL in Wien is present As Rights-Go By On the Erosion and Denial of Rights, an exhibition that explore the impact of globalization and mass surveillance on civil and human rights. The artists through video, installations and the new technologies analyze this contemporary scenario, that has changed our life.
Here comes the second edition of the world’s ﬁrst queer tech festival and it is once again going to take place in Berlin at Postbahnhof Club. The #unit festival is one of the largest queer tech events in the world and it is a platform for queer and straight techies as well as people who love technology to connect.
I met Bruce Sterling after I sent him a private message via Twitter after I had known he was hitting The Netherlands for a keynote speech at Impakt Festival in Utrecht. He replied within a few hours. A couple of days later, I was on a train with a camera and a bottle of good Barolo (for him).
In this era where machines and the technological instruments are invading our life and human relationships. The artists involved in The Promise of Total Automation are trying to identify those elements of automation that stimulate the dreams and utopias, and so are be able to create a new imaginary in which the technology is not excluded.
(Italiano) Inizia il ciclo di talk e laboratori nell'ambito del corso di Sistemi Editoriali per l'Arte, condotto da Marco Mancuso. Mercoledì 21 Marzo 2016 è in programma l’incontro con Thomas Pololi, ideatore e curatore del progetto Quadernini, dal 2005 un percorso di raccolta partecipata di quaderni scolastici attraverso il web
Nervous Systems is an exhibition that questions this systemic closure and the pervasive nervousness that haunts today’s systems, data-driven rationalities and ideologies. What does “privacy” mean when it becomes possible to identify someone just as easily from “anonymous” data as from a fingerprint or identity card? What remains of the world when it is being interpreted for us by machines?
This book is the first general social analysis that seriously considers the daily experience of information disruption and software failure within contemporary Western society. Through an investigation of informationalism, it describes the social processes producing informational disorder
For several years, companies in Silicon Valley promise prosperity, equality and a new society in which everything will be shareable and accessible. Surpassing the old logic of the market. But is this really so?
The works presented in this exhibition explore the image at the moment of its fundamental reconfiguration. The artists featured in this exhibition respond to the permanent transformation and free circulation of images with a gesture of focused attention.
Each year the City of Toronto works with Curators to commission a series of installations ("Exhibition Projects") for their Exhibition areas. In addition to these commissioned projects, participating Exhibitions include two projects each selected by the Curators through an Open Call process. Open Calls are funded and produced by the City of Toronto.
Varvara Guljajeva and Mar Canet are contemporary artists who are innovating the gap between the physical and the digital world- spanning from the hacking and development process of a Brother machine, a project that combines technology and craft in displaying brain activity.