With the topic Changing City – Shifting Spaces, Videonale in Lagos explores the dynamics of urban space in a video art workshop for artists based in Nigeria, led by the internationally acclaimed Anglo-Ethiopian video artist Theo Eshetu.
The exhibition is constructed along two main curatorial axes. The first highlights the literal act of staging through which each of the featured artists conceives and presents their video(s) within a distinct physical space. The second, a metaphorical one, emphasizes the process by which the artists present their subjects within the films themselves.
Alterazioni Video is an Italian collective founded in 2004. Alterazioni Video works have been exhibited in museums and istitutions all around the world. The milanese audience will have the opportunity to see all Turbo Films in a special retrospective at Spazio Oberdan from 18th February to 4th March
Palestine’s works form a highly personal universe of rituals, intoxication, and shamanism. Relational Stalinism – The Musical is an ambitious assemblage of new performances created by artist Michael Portnoy enacted and developed with a troupe of dancers, actors, singers, and improvisers.
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
Since the turn of the millennium, the Internet has evolved from what was merely a new medium to a true mass medium. Mass Effect provides an essential guide to understanding the dynamic and ongoing relationship between art and new technologies.
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 exhibition Ob_ject and Ob_serve will explore different languages for revealing the desires, memories and inner conversations of objects and non-humans, in an attempt to understand how machines and technology shape their own worlds, and in turn, ours.
Digicult was selected as media partner of The Creative Europe-supported SHAPE platform for innovative music and audiovisual art: 16 festivals and initiatives with more than 48 artists
Casalegno’s large scale installation reflects on the idea of beauty and the fallacy of the presumed superiority of man and its machines over nature. This site-specific project comprises two previous installations, and a new series of twelve laser engravings on mirrored acrylics and Teflon, inspired by the narratives of the two pieces.
The exhibition will be site specific, in its response to the particular architectural context of its presentation in the museum and through the inclusion of new photographic material. It will also allude to ideas of the ‘universal’ through the everywhere-ness of sky and water.
Digicult critical texts are published within 2 important exhibition catalogues: Ego Updated collective at NRW Forum in Dusseldorf and Alterazioni Video's Turbofilm at Spazio Oberdan in Milan