Topic: exhibitions

Winners of Open& Hybrid Publishing Pilot competition / Photomediations

After much deliberation, the Photomediations team (Open&Hybrid Publishing Pilot of E-Space project), together with guest curators Katrina Sluis (The Photographers Gallery), Karen Newman (Birmingham Open Media), and Pippa Milne (Centre for Contemporary Photography), are proud to announce the overall winner, curators’ choices and commendations for … Continue reading

Procurement Week 2017 – Seeing Procurement Differently!

Procurement Week is an international conference and exhibition that aims to explore the many facets of Public Procurement such as Public Tendering, Business Development, Procurement Law and International Trade. During the week, presentations will be given by leading procurement practitioners, lawyers, economists, innovators, strategists and thinkers. Procurement Week 2017 will bring you the biggest names in ‘procurement’ from around the world, to present and lead discussions on a wide range of procurement topics. Continue reading

International Theatre, Art and New Technologies Festival The Wonders of the Possible//UPGRADE.

Between the months of December and January in Cagliari (Italy), KyberTeatro organises the third edition of International Theatre, Art and New Technologies Festival “The Wonders of the Possible//UPGRADE”. This Festival is the first of this kind in the whole of … Continue reading

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Light And Nature Are Inseparable

By Annamaria Monteverdi Interview to Alexander Gritsenko, russian technological artist founder of Viewmaker (Russian) specialized in videomapping on nature and techno scenography. Mapping on nature and mapping forms as animals. He loves Clement Brien’s mapping works and like him, uses … Continue reading

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Beijing Media Art Biennale 2016 is opening in September

From our correspondent Elisa Debernardi The “Beijing Media Art Biennale” aims through an interdisciplinary, cross-cutting artistic and theoretical practice to generate a dialogue and interface between the public and industry. It will be held at the World Art Museum and … Continue reading

2016 Ars Electronica Festival: RADICAL ATOMS and the alchemists of our time

While cultural and social turbulence in the wake of the Digital Revolution still confronts us with substantial challenges, a new generation of creative scientists and engineers has long since gone a step further. They have joined forces with artists and … Continue reading

Artificial Skins and Bones / Visible Strength / Lisa Stohn and Jhu-Ting Yang / Fotocredit: Bernardo Aviles-Busch
STARTS Prize 2016 to “Magnetic Motion” and “Artificial Skins and Bones”

  Ars Electronica Linz was selected to conduct the competition to determine the first two recipients of an award launched this year by the European Commission that is as prestigious as it is highly endowed. The STARTS Prize, each accompanied … Continue reading

The Danger Tree: world’s first Augmented Reality fine art exhibition

The Danger Tree / A Groundbreaking Visual Arts Experience 1st – 31st July 2016 Riverside Unit, New Capital Quay, Greenwich, London SE10 9FR Further UK exhibitions throughout Oct-Nov 2016 in Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool. World’s First Augmentist 30 year old artist Scarlett Raven … Continue reading

Visions in the Nunnery 2016

Visions in the Nunnery is back for its tenth incarnation at the Nunnery Gallery in London. A renowned showcase of recent performance and moving image works by emerging and established artists, Visions aims to offer an international overview of the … Continue reading

INSIGHT: multi-sensory art installation by Joshua Cesa dedicated to the experiential perception of the great war

The festival is about to present the main event of its second edition: the installation Insight in Gorizia, a city which is particularly important in the European scene for its past related to the Great War. Today Gorizia is the perfect place to talk about multiculturalism, historical and geographic fractures, and especially about the human experience of those who experienced the ‘war fractures’ of the ‘900. Continue reading