PUBLIC Gallery presents Live a Little, the debut UK solo show of Coline Marotta. It showcases a new series of paintings and drawings produced during her residency with the gallery. These playfully react to the digital massacre of our age.
Amos Rex, a surrealistic and mainly subterranean art complex, has just opened in Helsinki, with a immersive multimedia headline show by Japanese digital collective teamLab. But that’s not all that is pushing Helsinki on to the international art map
Hosted by the Austrian Cultural Forum in Knightsbridge Emotion + the Techn(no)body features nine international artists. Its purpose is to explore cultural relationships with data and the human body’s engagement with technology.
In the contemporary landscape it’s not unusual to encounter exhibitions online. These could be artworks made for the digital space or not, but what takes place when we look at these artworks? Does the experience differ from the one that occurs within the four walls of the gallery?
http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/d/digital-kids/ Victoria & Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL Join us for Digital Kids activities in our state-of-the-art digital… Read More
About a year ago the term ‘digital influencer’ started to build momentum, it featured in mainstream newspaper editorials and was casually referred to in conversations.
Thompson’s practice investigates the role of digital documentation and production within the contemporary art world.
Aram Bartholl’s work creates an interplay between internet, culture and reality.
This project marked the beginning of the progression of Ipaintings from simply a concept to using the Ipad as a visual diary, and sharing it’s contents online
Developing upon previous works, which jovially explored the impact of modern telecommunications on our evolving language, Siobhan Barr’s new body of work….
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Bijlmer is a large suburban housing project in the outskirts of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Samsung Electronics are to present the UK’s first ever prize for new media art: Samsung Art+
Scene Shifts in six movements A new film conceived and directed by Jani Ruscica Private view: Tuesday 17th January 2012
The piece begins with a film set representing a generic European urban architecture from the late 19th century.
31 Day Programme’ is an evolving series of messages and motivational challenges. Daily changing animations invite the viewer to reflect on their aspirations and potential, framed in the language of advertising and motivational books