The NOME Gallery in Berlin presents Reconnaissance a new project signed by Ingrid Burrington. An artwork focused on mapping, documentation and identification of the typical elements of the network infrastructure, drawing the attention to the often overlooked or occluded landscapes of the internet
The exhibition Networking the Unseen presented this summer at the Furtherfield in London and curated by Gretta Louw, was focused on the intersection of indigenous cultures and the digital practices in contemporary art. Creating a connection between the ancestral and marginalised cultures with the art-making in contemporary society
Robertina Šebjanič is an artist working between art, technology and science. Her research is oriented towards the Living systems, noise/sound art, installations and interactive ambiental responsive environments, and this year her work Aurelia 1+Hz/proto viva sonification received the Honorary Mention for Interactive Art at Prix Ars Electronica.
Who thinks that video games are only a consumer product for the masses, should change his idea. The exhibition New Gameplay at the Nam June Paik Art Center, on show until February, faces a new way of understanding the game art. Present experimental, independent and interactive games that stimulate not only the imagination, but also the thought.
Piksel16, ZERO-level, wants to focus on the biological and social aspects of the sea as a sustainable environment. Zero in the meaning of: zero-emissions, zerofootprints, zero-waste, zero-energy, zero-pollution, zero-plastic, zero-trash.
All About You is a project inspired by the All About U Debit MasterCard: a personalized debit card which allows customers to carry around their own memories. The artists have magnified and multiplied the image of their ID card, requiring a new one every week, thus creating a relational performance that investigates the concept of citizenship.
On the occasion of RIXC Art Science Festival will be presented the conference and exhibition Open Fields. An event that is centered around the transdisciplinarity that investigates the transformative potential of art in connection with science, with the purpose to creating methodologies and approaches where is forbidden any categorization
Deep Cables: Uncovering the Wiring of the World, the exhibition present in these days in Berlin by Disruption Network Lab, investigates the cultural, political, geographic, technological, and as well physical, dimensions of the Internet. Analyzing its impact on society and its relations with the surveillance systems.
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.
Art is a game between abstraction, mathematical systems and digital codes seems to say the collective exhibition The Digital Abstractions, present at HeK (House of Electronic Arts) in Basel from April 7. Artworks that trace the imagery and create parallel worlds through the support of computer, software and binary structures
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.
Ralf Baecker famous artist for his background in computer science related to technology, at the Nome in Berlin will present Order + Noise (Interface I) his new installation, that explores the mechanisms in which the elements involved affect one another, creating a kinetic and mechanical process where is not missing the cultural factor.
Sónar +D is the international conference (running even this year in Barcelona from 16 to 18 of June) that brings together a combination of activities with a common theme: the relationship between creativity and technology, and the digital transformation of the cultural industries involved.
FutureEverything, Manchester’s prestigious city-wide ‘festival as laboratory’ returns from Wednesday 30 March - Saturday 2 April 2016 with the theme ‘Less and More’. FutureEverything is an award-winning innovation lab for digital culture and annual festival, established in 1995
From April 15 to 16 at the Somerset House in London will present The Art of Bots. A set of meetings, workshops and debates that will introduce the bots. Computer programs that access the network through the same channels used by humans and that often mock the internet.
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.
Black Chamber is a selection of some of the most significant works by a generation of artists and activists who devise both technological and social tactics to peek into contemporary phenomena of surveillance, paranoia, and the ambiguity of massive voyeurism and actual systems of corporate or state control over citizens.