Space brain Laboratory born in 2009 thanks to Ann Veronica Janssens and Nathalie Ergino, is a project that brings together the thoughts and experiences of artists and researchers in the humanities and physical sciences, covering progress in neurosciences and astrophysics along with current practices in hypnosis and shamanism.
iMinds is a Flemish non-profit organization, that drive digital innovation for society and economy, through strategic and applied research on key digital technologies. Offering to people and organizations active support in research and business development, and also encourages tech entrepreneurs to bring their smart innovations to life
!Mediengruppe Bitnik live and work in Zurich/London. They are contemporary artists working on and with the Internet. Their practice expands from the digital to affect physical spaces, often intentionally applying loss of control to challenge established structures and mechanisms.
Culturegraphy investigates cultural information exchange over time also known as ‘memes’. These networks can provide new insights into the rich interconnections of cultural development. The graphics represent complex relationships of movie references by combining macro views summarizing 100 years of movie influences.
The exhibition aims to explore the possibility of constructing our knowledge of the world through diverse, shifting conceptual perspectives, maintaining clarity and shaping individuality within a constantly shifting reality.
The Edith-Russ-Haus for Media Art presents the Autonomy Cube by Trevor Paglen and Jacob Appelbaum. For the first time the Cube’s Tor relay serves as an exit-node by joining into the network of volunteer-run servers providing anonymous Internet access around the world, way beyond the boundaries of the gallery space.
With PLAYBACK, the ifa Gallery Berlin gives insight into the working process for a project at the African Union of the Nigerian sound artist Emeka Ogboh, winner of the competition for an artwork for the Peace and Security building of the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
SIGNAL Festival is the most visited cultural event in the Czech Republic. It focuses on innovative art/tech projects in public space. Now it expands its program to integrate an educational platform called TRANSMIT. Speakers and tutors from 15 countries worldwide will come together to talk, debate and lead workshops
Bit Rot is the first large-scale solo exhibition in Europe by artist and novelist Douglas Coupland. Art In The Age Of… Asymmetrical Warfare — the third and final edition of Witte de With’s year-long series Art In The Age Of…— considers the irregular, and often uneven nature of the hybrid battlefield.
Post-Information, Thomas Locher’s current exhibition at Silberkuppe, in Berlin, is all about men in gray flannel suits – or rather, their absence. The display mirrors the subject matter: the exhibition spans two soberly staged rooms, which are metaphorically sealed off by the strategic positioning of an aluminium
Bodies of Planned Obsolescence is an art-science research networking project that uses and develops strategies in digital performance art, cultural studies, and science, to engage with the political, sociological and ecological issues around electronic waste in countries that export (UK) and import (Nigeria and China) used technology.
In the 1960s began a cultural shift from the modernist grid and its determination of projection and representation to the fluid structures and circuits of the network, presenting art with new possibilities.
The newly established Alpha-ville digital creative studio announces today the launch of IOTORAMA, a new interactive project where people can learn about the "Internet of Things" in a playful way. The project depicts the world by familiar areas such as home, environment, body-mind, culture, DIY and social
This course gives you the keys to become an organization in the art world: from freelancing to creating your own platform, foundation or cultural enterprise. It will provide creative tools and techniques to turn your art aspirations into a financially viable business.
The internet does not exist. Maybe it did exist only a short time ago, but now it only remains as a blur, a cloud, a friend, a deadline, a redirect, or a 404. If it ever existed, we couldn’t see it.
Networked Disruption is an exhibition and a series of events produced by Aksioma and Drugo more in collaboration with several partners, curated by Tatiana Bazzichelli, author of the namesake book.
The dawn of the electronic media age in the 1960s began a cultural shift from the modernist grid and its determination of projection and representation to the fluid structures and circuits of the network, presenting art with new challenges and possibilities.