The Duellists, is the artwork suggested by Digicult, for the exhibition "Senza Pericolo" at Triennale Milano: http://www.triennale.it/en/exhibitions/next/2402-senza-pericolo-costruzioni-e-sicurezza [...]
The official story of Get Physical Music, one of the most appreciated Berliner label by audiences and professionals in the international clubbing scene, Beatport best-selling, started in 2002. In [...]
The present essay is meant to clarify todayís condition of new-media art in Japan. The reader may wonder if nowadays new-media art Japanese artists are the same as their western counterparts. If this is not [...]
How does contemporary art fail to provide unusual perspectives on the everyday characterized by an exponential growth in the production of any kind of images and videos? What is the boundary between a digital reality [...]
For Brighton Festival 2013, guest directed by Michael Rosen, Lighthouse is presenting two projects that illustrate how contemporary military technology both enables acts of disappearance, and also conceals the [...]
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