Marco Barotti is a contemporary artist and performer. Thanks to his collaborations with Plastique Fantastique and Asphalt Piloten, he joined the international art scene. His artworks are hybrid creation that involve architecture, design, sound and technology that interact with the space and the viewer, creating a total experience for the senses
The new project by Rosana Antolì, Virtual Choreography, was exposed at the Arebyte in London. It is an online platform that functions as an open database of movements, gestures of a world map that allows the public to view and upload numerous movements recorded and created by themselves
Until January at BOM in Birmingham is on show Echo Life, the revolutionary experiment by Justin Wiggan,that interweaves sound and memory. Project born in collaboration with the John Taylor Hospice in Erdington, is an intimate journey through memory to identify key sound triggers in a person’s life.
IOCOSE are a collective formed by: Matteo Cremonesi, Filippo Cuttica, Davide Prati and Paolo Ruffino. They work with a mix of media, such as websites, videos, social networks and portraits; and they are focused on the teleological narratives of technological and cultural development expressed through their enthusiastic and pessimistic visions
The first big retrospective of Ai Weiwei opened last month in Florence, Italy. This event not only brought to Italy for the first time works that left a sign in the recent history of contemporary art, but it also marks the reactivation of the contemporary art network that connects Palazzo Strozzi to other centers in Tuscany, like Pecci, in Prato.
At Palazzo Strozzi is presented the first major retrospective dedicated to Ai Weiwei, one of the world’s most celebrated and influential contemporary artists. The exhibition, curated by Arturo Galansino, hosts past and present works by this artist known worldwide for his provocative practice, for his political activism and its mixture of genres.
It is in that matter carved that becomes word that can be traced the key element of the works by the artist Katrina Palmer. Everyday objects, natural landscapes and abandoned places become sound and sculptural narratives that lead the viewer into another dimension of existence and of his being, touching the imaginary
At the Eyebeam studio in New York is present the solo exhibition by Nancy Nowacek. Through sculptures, digital and performative artworks the artist addresses the theme of the body, expanding beyond the grammar of functional movement to challenge and reshape the contemporary body schema, thereby returning the body to be an instrument
From June to July in New York is on show High Line Performances. A series of live events that transform the High Line space in an open-air theater. In this year's edition are present the performers Naama Tsabar, Hassabi Maria and Eduardo Navarro with sound games, bodily illusions and deviations perceptive.
If we think to Egypt at this time, probably there are not many positive things that come to our mind, especially looking at the art and culture world and at the issue of freedom of expression. Still, good things also happen there. For example, the last edition of the Cairo International Electronic and New Media Arts Symposium, better know as CairoTronica
At the Jewish Museum in New York is ongoing the exhibition in honor of Roberto Burle Marx, the famous and extrovert architect and botanist who marked the twentieth century by redefining and rebuilding the landscapes. On show, over the artist's works, a group of international contemporary artists who have been inspired by Burle Marx.
Deep Web is a monumental immersive audiovisual installation created by light artist Christopher Bauder and composer and musician Robert Henke. Sublimating the spectacular industrial architecture of Kraftwerk Berlin, Deep Web plunges the audience into a ballet of iridescent kinetic light and surround sound.
Follow investigates how we understand image and identity as ever-changing concepts which can be bought, sold, mimicked, endorsed, deleted and validated through a single click—as well as exploring methods to survive, subvert and utilize social media.
Promise Park Project aims to explore the meaning of the park from its establishment and discuss future forms of public spaces with experts from various fields. At the same time, it can also be understood as a platform for various engineers and researchers to engage in research and discussion.
The Or Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in NADA Miami Beach 2015. The gallery will exhibit a small selection of editions and single works by Vancouver-based artists pertaining to the city’s strong history of conceptual photographic and textual practices.
The Brandalism project has worked with Parisians to insert unauthorized artworks across the city that aim to highlight the links between advertising, consumerism, fossil fuel dependency and climate change.
The Museum of Contemporary Commodities – on exhibition at the Furtherfield Gallery in Finsbury Park, London, is engaging the nature of our stuff – how commodities enter and disappear from our lives - exploring these issues with a novel take on the practice of curating.