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
Men and nature, men are nature, man or nature: these are just some of the most recurrent questions at the center of German artist Simona Koch’s research. She has developed several works and side projects that deal not just with the aforementioned themes, but also with politics, history of humankind and psychology.
On a quiet morning in The Hague, I had the pleasure of meeting Tommy de Bruijn and Sam Van ‘t Oever, also known as De Naakte Ontwerpers. Tommy and Sam are two young designers who developed a device able of creating an experience which allows to listen not only through the ears, but also through the flesh.
Born in the ancient city of Kyoto (Japan) in 1975, Kohei Nawa studied at the Kyoto City University of Art, and in 1998 moved to London. The symbolic art of Buddhism and Japanese Shintoism are additional Nawa’s influential inspirations that characterise several of his idiosyncratic works.
Nicolas Maigret practice revolves around the investigation of media, using its bugs and malfunctions as starting points for intervention. It is from these imperfections that Nicolas highlights the identities of the media he analyses and tamper with, bringing up evidences of their functioning.
Ryota Kuwakubo is a Japanese artist who has been working between art and technology since the end of the '90s. His cross-disciplinary approach brought him to produce various kinds of works, which ranged from electronic devices to interactive installations.
South African-born artist Nelmarie du Preez has taken on an unusual approach to sculpture, art, film and “making”. She has blurred the boundaries between art and technology to striking effect in her current exhibition, Autonomous Times, curated by Nimrod Vardi.
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.
Laetitia Morais is a Portuguese visual artist, professor and researcher. Her solo and collaborative works mix media follow themes of observation and distance and extend from sound and image to spaces, translating ideas into events, objects and environments. The main aim is to move towards the unknown.
Although changing over time, thanks to increasingly efficient technology, the digital world and the real world have come together to contextually coexist, often creating problems. Looking at the many works by American artist Joseph Delappe you can somehow trace the evolution of this dynamic.
Storytelling is getting more immersive and participative, in the sense that audience is engaged in a more interactive way and the environment is evolving into a more complex transmedia scenario. Perfect examples of this new immersive narrative form are the most recent works of Andy Campbell
The digital universes drawn by the hand of Boris Labbè are placed in the meeting point among Steve's Reich compositions, Bosch's paintings and the evolutionist theory. With solid bases in free-hand sketching and in plastic arts, hw carries his complex imaginary in extraordinary animation films