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.
In June returns BIAN, the digital art biennial based in Montreal. AUTOMATA is the theme of this year and thanks to the presence of international artists, they will discuss about: what are the limits of the machines, how far the inhumane can replace the human and if it's possible create an art made by machines for machines?
At the 2016 BIAN of Montreal, Manuel Chantre exposes Monday March 11, 2013. The artwork that was created from photo and video data collected from a lost cell phone and is also a poetic, anthropological and a critical gaze of our contemporary world and our condition, where the phones have become almost of our physical and emotional extensions.
Art is a game between abstraction, mathematical systems and digital codes seems to say the collective exhibition The Digital Abstractions, present at HeK (House of Electronic Arts) in Basel from April 7. Artworks that trace the imagery and create parallel worlds through the support of computer, software and binary structures
Nervous Systems is an exhibition that questions this systemic closure and the pervasive nervousness that haunts today’s systems, data-driven rationalities and ideologies. What does “privacy” mean when it becomes possible to identify someone just as easily from “anonymous” data as from a fingerprint or identity card? What remains of the world when it is being interpreted for us by machines?
Right Here Right Now has been the first exhibition of its kind to be held at The Lowry, acting as a digital showcase led by curator Lucy Dusgate and her team. The installations and works on display combine visual arts with other fields, such as video, coding, electronics and sound engineering.
With each downturn and recession, it has become ever more apparent that a handful of investment banks and corporations hold immense power over our everyday lives. Neoliberal Lulz brings together work by five artists who interrogate this relationship and respond by adopting corporate strategies to their own ends.
Quayola’s Iconographies are part of an ongoing project that analyzes Renaissance and Baroque paintings through computational methods. Quayola transforms religious and mythological scenes into complex abstract formations, creating alternative versions of the old masterpieces by removing the paintings from their historical narratives.
Monochrome focuses on digital art at its purest, as black-and-white works provide the perfect reflection of an art form that is, in its essence, based on a binary system of 1′s and 0′s.
Poetics and Politics of Data shows artistic works that approach the phenomena of Big Data and data mining, visualizing the continuous bitstream while referring to the political and social implications of a world controlled by data
Welcome though this exposure has been, in the pursuit of "the new" it has often been overlooked that artists have been working in the field since the 1950s - who were all cutting edge in their time. In fact, the medium is now so well rooted it even boasts a "father and son" business - Brown & Son, Purveyors of digital images since 1968.
Piksel is an international event for artists and developers working with Free/Libre and Open Source technologies in artistic practice. It is organized in Bergen, Norway.
The exhibition Transparency, Fluidity and Mediation addresses the three terms as the catalyzers of artworks. The pieces on display could perhaps be mistaken for commercial products due to the production formats.
The Lumen Prize Exhibition, the global award and tour for digitally created art, is delighted to announce that it is opening its fourth call for entries on 9th March 2015.
(Italiano) Negli ultimi giorni di gennaio ha fatto il giro della Rete una notizia che ben inquadra il concept di una mostra come Internet Drones, la nuova esposizione collettiva inaugurata da Ultra a Udine curata da Kamilia Kard a partire proprio dal 31 gennaio
The exhibition How Tomorrow Looks From Here focuses on a particular area of Willats’s work that has not been shown before in Germany and is at the core of his practice—that is the role of simulation in his work.
Until January 24, Hype Cycle will be open at the Galerie Fons Welters in Amsterdam: the exhibition of David Jablonowski based on a graphic tool, used by IT advisory company Gartner to visualize and determine technology’s promises.
The program offers fine artists/designers and software developers/engineers the opportunity to collaborate with each other leveraging each other’s skill sets in order to realize an idea. Deadline: undefined