Science

Manfred Mohr: Artificiata II

For his second exhibition at Carroll / Fletcher, digital art pioneer Manfred Mohr presents a series of new pieces mapping his formal investigations of theoretical space in generative screen-based works, drawings, and inkjet paintings.... READ MORE...

Superconversations: Machines that Matter

Superconversations: Machines that Matter brings together a range of thinkers and artists concerned with the intersection of technology and immanence, questioning the logic of vitalism while developing that of mechanism. The symposium builds upon several themes from e-flux’s Supercommunity / Superconversations and forms the final instalment of a planetary series of in-person and simulcast video conversations.... READ MORE...

David Link’s Monster Resurrection: an archaeology of calculating machines

Monster Resurrection, a video installation by the artist and theorist David Link, portrays four British engineers and curators who practiced media archeology long before the humanities discovered this theme. The collection of interviews follows the team leaders of these four projects, their careers, the emergence of their interest in old apparatuses and the completion of the reconstruction project in detail.... READ MORE...

Smoking Mirror: Mirror Images in Art and Medicine

The exhibition presents unique reflective objects as well as coordinated light and sound effects to create a space designed to elicit a state of altered consciousness similar to a hypnotic trance, exploring the connection between mental activity and the cognitive awareness of one’s own body in space... READ MORE...

ZKM Center for Art and Media presents: Exo-Evolution

The exhibition Exo-Evolution shows the interconnection between art and science and the artistic application of new technology. The exhibition shows us visions and solutions to problems of the 20th century offering insights into the future and a look back at the past of the artistic and technological exteriorization of human capabilities.... READ MORE...

Changing Circumstances: looking at the future of the planet

The focus for the 2016 Biennial, FotoFest’s 16th International Biennial of Photography and Mixed Media Art, is mankind’s relationship with our changing planet. The Biennial’s theme will examine these dynamisms and work to offer creative solutions, presented through the Biennial exhibitions and programs by contributing artists and thinkers.... READ MORE...

Earthrise: Pre-Ecological Visions in Italian Art 1967–73

With its new exhibition Earthrise, the PAV aims to extend its investigations into the genealogy of the relationship between artistic practices, social change and production of the environment, presenting a collection of pioneering research carried out in Italy in the crucial years around 1968.... READ MORE...

HUMAN+. The Future of Our Species

The Center of Contemporay Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) in association with Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin present the exhibition Human+. The future of our species. Showcasing the work of fifty artists and pioneering research proposals, HUMAN+ explores possible future paths for our species.... READ MORE...

Free Admission

By opting for the theme Free Admission in this autumn’s exhibition, Praz-Delavallade indirectly addresses the question of open access, a concept that has been generalized on social networks, as users gain free and open access to cultural, scientific, philosophic and economic content.... READ MORE...

Lesions in the Landscape by Shona Illingworth

Lesions in the Landscape by UK/Danish artist Shona Illingworth is a powerful new multi-screen installation, exploring the impact of amnesia and the erasure of individual and cultural memory. The work examines the effect and implications of memory loss on identity, space and the capacity to imagine the future.... READ MORE...

Boolean Expressions: Contemporary art and mathematical data

The exhibition Boolean Expressions explores the ways in which artists use mathematical ideas and systems in their work. From hand-drawn notations to the binary codes and complex algorithms that shape digital experiences, the exhibition considers the impact of big and small data on contemporary life... READ MORE...
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