Sónar+D is inviting applications to participate at the upcoming MarketLab 2015 (18-20 June, Barcelona). Technology companies, start-ups, creative labs, developers, universities and organizations of all kinds working with creative technologies based on music, audiovisuals, new media and video games, exploring new forms of creation, production, distribution or marketing are all welcome.
The first Internet Age Media Weekend connects the future of niche communication in Barcelona.
This past December a dozen artists, activists, and researchers converged at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry for a book sprint. Led by Addie Wagenknecht, the all-women cadre convened under the collective moniker Deep Lab, and set out to examine how the themes of privacy, security, surveillance, anonymity, and large-scale data aggregation are problematized in the arts, culture and society.
Created by Jamie Zigelbaum, Triangular Series is a site-specific lighting installation composed of numerous, truncated tetrahedral forms. Each object has an unique form and senses the other and the physiological rhythms of visitors beneath them.
Now in its 8th year, FITC Amsterdam 2015 is host to the latest and greatest in design, technology and cool shit from all around the globe.
The third and final round of the world’s largest art exchange is now under way! Launched in collaboration with CreativeApplications.Net, Absolut invites digital artists around the globe to submit artworks for the art exchange.
Visions of America: Amériques is a site-specific architectural video installation, developed to illuminate and enhance the Varèse’s composition and to activate the architecture of Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Illusive rear-projections, flickering moirés, fluorescent puzzle boxes: opening this Friday, November 21st, at Muriel Guépin Gallery in New York City is ‘Bright Matter’, a dazzling group show that’ll bend, warp and (if only briefly) break the way we see.
By repurposing biofeedback methods, whole-body vibration and wearable bioacoustic technology, the work aims to unlock latent qualities of the human body through its coupling with the technological system.
The second round of the world’s largest art exchange is now under way. Having started with the first round on the 1st October, over 2000 users from 70 different countries have submitted artworks. Currently over 4,500 artworks have been created and 1,600 saved.
Addie Wagenknecht’s first solo exhibition in the United States is currently on view at bitforms gallery in NYC. In her work, a critical space between lived experience and sculpture emerges, as she plays with the contemporary anxieties of post-Snowden information culture.
Will digital technologies make an impact on democracy? Is the future museum an online environment? Could an app redefine past and present? What more can online participation involve? How does cultural exchange take place online?