Live multimedia performance for string quartet, electronic music and panoramic visuals, based on the concept of “graphic sonification”.
"Entanglement" is a multisensory exhibition at the Venice Biennale tackling the impact of data
"Entanglement" explores the materiality of data and the interwoven human, environmental, and cultural impacts of communication technologies.
Artistic exploration of space, machine: Refik Anadol in Istanbul
Discover the mesmerizing Istanbul exhibition of Refik Anadol by learning about the history of the media arts and diving into the machine-based visual speculations of the famed artist, respectively.
Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel (Eds.), Critical Zones
Solnick reviews "Critical Zones", a gargantuan new collection of multi-disciplinary writings edited by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel and published alongside the eponymous exhibition at Karlsruhe’s ZKM Center for Art and Media.
Yazan Khalili, Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto
Castro reviews Khalili's exhibit presented at the MOCA in Toronto (CA) from September 3 to November 15, 2020.
A Strange Game That Lets You Create A Digital Art Gallery About Anything
Created by Jan Malitschek, "The Anything Gallery" is a small free game that pulls images, videos and text from the internet and then creates a large, possibly never-ending, virtual gallery based on whatever you desire.
In ‘Uncanny Valley,’ Art and Tech Collide
The hit-or-miss exhibition, currently on view at the De Young, poses questions about how art should engage with technology.
STARS brings together Tatsuo Miyajima, Yoshimoto Nara, and Lee Ufan at Mori Art Museum
Azzarello has visited the exhibition in Tokyo, Japan, and highlights the show across two, in-depth articles. This is part 2, which looks at the exhibits of Tatsuo Miyajima, Yoshitomo Nara, and Lee Ufan.
STARS brings together Yayoi Kusama, Takashi Murakami, and Hiroshi Sugimoto at Mori Art Museum
Azzarello has visited the exhibition in Tokyo, Japan, and highlights the show across two, in-depth articles. This is part 1, which reviews the works of Yayoi Kusama, Takashi Murakami, and Hiroshi Sugimoto.
Artists and engineers joined forces in the 1960s, blurring the line between art and technology
McCray’s research reveals the ways in which experimental arts and sciences collaborations of the past opened up opportunities for today’s interdisciplinary relationships at universities and corporations.
The Immersive Installation as Feminist Intervention
Christina Yglesias reviews "A Capsule Aesthetic: Feminist Materials in New Media Art" by Kate Mondloch.