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.
The eleventh edition of the TodaysArt Festival will be the cultural reopening of the Pier of Scheveningen. Exactly 50 years ago, The Pier was the location for ZERO on Sea, a large-scale manifestation of the progressive art movement ZERO, which focused on the relationship between natural elements, technology and humanity.
arebyte presents Judgement a solo exhibition by Ariel Narunsky. Judgement is an attempt to utilize the perception of stadiums as social monuments to create a mirror or monument to our contemporary society and the human condition. The new work will offer a giant spiralled three-lane running track enveloped by a spiral wall
Grow It Yourself, the second collective exhibition curated by Marco Scotini, brings together a series of experiments in which agricultural production traces a constituent relationship between artistic practise and social ability.
With his public intervention Overexposed, artist Paolo Cirio disseminates unauthorized pictures of high-ranking U.S. intelligence officials throughout major cities, taken from social media hacks. Then, using his HD Stencils graffiti technique, he spray-paints high-resolution reproductions of the misappropriated photos onto public walls
On May 1st 2015 the European project DARTS will launch two international contests of digital art and creative writing. The partners ask for participants to tell new stories about the past of the three buildings. Villa Rufolo a Ravello in Italia, Landcommanderij Alden Biesen in Belgio e Castello Corvino in Transilvania, Romania.
Simon Denny’s project for the New Zealand pavilion is split across two spaces – the arrivals areas of the Marco Polo Airport. The installation at the airport is situated within the airside area, unmissable for passengers arriving within both the Schengen and non-Schengen arrivals halls.
We invite urban designers, architects, artists, cities, companies ecc. to submit best practices, projects and plans in response to the challenges formulated in this Call for Projects.
MUMO is an artistic device that accompanies community processes aimed at the collaborative design of the environment. The project seeks to trigger urban interventions through participatory and socially engaged artistic practices.
There is a brand new platform which lives a nomadic life: the Epicenter Projects. Its core is giving artists both the opportunity to live a residency programme in the Californian desert and the chance to create a new time-based and site-specific production alongside the San Andreas Fault Line
Panopticon investigates systems of observation utilized to record our daily lives through the deployment of both physical and invisible panoptic structures. Panopticon explores notions of the gaze in our technological era of image and data collection.
From Kapital to Capital is the first major exhibition of NSK, the art collective that loudly proclaimed the emperor Tito naked back in the 1980s, when everybody still believe in the socialist self-management of the slowly disintegrating Yugoslavia
In the Lois Weinberger Gift exhibition, S.M.A.K., the Museum of Contemporary Art in Ghent, presents the works of the Austrian artist Lois Weinberger. To this are added a number of works that were already part of the museum’s collection.