"We have entered the digital age. And the digital age has entered us. We are no longer the same people we once were." These are the words by Fred Ritchin that in After Photography, examines the transition from analog to digital, exploring the possibilities of new technologies that lead the photograph to another identity and another form
Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran presents Transmutations, the first solo exhibition by Jessica Eaton. The Eaton explores the color and movement theory, the science of optics, and the human vision system. Her artworks are in fact the result of a continuous visual experimentation that combines perception, technical components and study of materials.
On November 10, the FACT in Liverpool will host Day of Collisions. A full day of activities that investigate the relationship between art and science, linking together engineers, physicists and scientists with the most experimental artists of the contemporary scene. The day will be full of meetings, workshops and public debates
The Kunsthalle presents Beggars and iPhones, the first solo exhibition in Austria by Andrea Büttner. The work explores the concepts of public-private and visible-invisible, in a parallel perspective that involves the current digitization and the most ancient forms of art. By introducing philosophical, social and cultural reflections.
A journey into the past, present and future of photography. This is the theme of the new exhibition at the Elysée Museum, where visitors are about to see a dialogue between artworks from different times and where digital manipulation becomes the protagonist to edit and interact with remote and forgotten photo
From June 9 to August 7, the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA) presents John Gerrard: Power.Play. The artist that during his career has explored the use of post-cinematic and the surveillance phenomenon, inventing virtual worlds infected with the real, by operating with the new tech systems in isolated locations.
It is on show at the Serralves Museum in Porto, Silvestre Pestana. Experimental artist that from the Sixties creates artwork in which are linked together: performances, poetry, politics and technology. Inventing new spaces and physical mappings where every mental and physical limit fades, assuming on new meanings.
The fusion between art and science, the contemporary and baroque art, illusion and reality are the atmospheres present at the Gl. Holtegaard gallery, through the exhibition 7 Films, One Photo and a Silver Nose by Ulrik Heltoft. An artistic path where everything is reversible and the boundaries between reality and fiction are confused and uncertain.
At Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle until July is on show Basim Magdy, Artist of the Year 2016. His artworks introduce in a psychedelic trip conducted between photos, installations and videos, in which through the use of techniques and chemical processes the vision of reality is distorted, offering at the viewer a most open and free way to see.
MONA presents Field Lines, Robbins’ first international solo exhibition. Cameron’s work is based on interaction with natural forces and the elements nature, made visible through mechanical instruments of his own invention. In Field Lines the natural forces, not always perceptible, are revealed to live inside and out of the artwork.
The Photographer Thomas Struth presents at the Museum Folkwang - Essen (Germany) his new work entitled Nature & Politics. Struth through his images explores the relationship between the humanity, the imagination and the technology. Encouraging the viewer to catch the elements of the things often invisible.
Internet Landscapes is the new project signed by Evan Roth. A series of web-based artworks that allows audiences to experience the Internet’s physical, digital and cultural landscape. A multilayer research that encourage art to create a link with a fundamentally changed network land
The fourth Trondheim biennale - Meta.Morf 2016 - will showcase artists, writers and scientists that in various ways take a closer look at man as interstellar traveller, and how we at the beginning of this millennium are about to redefine our relationship with the stars and, consequently, ourselves.
A unique and sensory exhibition from acclaimed Japanese artist Ryoichi Kurokawa, transporting audiences into space through beautifully visual and sonic environments to showcase the birth of stars. This groundbreaking, cross-disciplinary exhibition will be Japanese artist Ryoichi Kurokowa’s first UK solo show and will bring together the fields of art and science.
I Must First Apologize… is the culmination of a major project by Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige, an exhibit featuring an extensive body of work in film, sculpture, photography, and installation looking at the history of online spam and scamming. The artists have collected and archived more than 4,000 scams, a certain kind of spam email since 1999.
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.
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.
Sansour examines the politics of archeology and how myths of the past can become historic interventions with the power to create nationhood. The exhibition will present screenings of her most recent film together with an installation and three large-scale photographic works.