Berlin // Jan. 24, 2018
As part of the Vorspiel programming for the 2018 transmediale festival, Import Projects, the nonprofit independent project space known for its innovative programming dissecting cultural…[read on]
Article by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Friday, Oct. 26, 2012.
Accessible to anyone with a computer and Internet connection, digital art has become a global experience, capable of liberating individuals from the elitist system of art production and consumption through its mass distribution and participatory models. Blurring the boundary between artist and viewer, collaboration and inclusive actions became key components at km temporaer last weekend, where curators…[read on…]
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012 MARTIN GROPIUS BAU “Unter Spielern – Die Nationalmannschaft” – REGINA SCHMEKEN Exhibition: Oct. 16 – Jan. 6, 2012/13 Opening: Tuesday, Oct 16; 7pm Niederkirchnerstraße 7 (click here for map) Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 DAS VERBORGENE MUSEUM “Anita Neugebauer – photo art”: GROUP SHOW Exhibition: Oct. 18th, 2012 – Jan. 27, 2013… Read more »
Blog entry by Angela Connor in Berlin; Wednesday, Oct 10, 2012.
The rapid increase in digital technology since the 1980’s has had a radical impact on the production, experience and distribution of art. Traditional forms of art such as painting, photography, sculpture and drawing have been transformed resulting in new hybridized genres of artistic practice. No longer defined by its physical and geographic boundaries these new art forms…[read on…]
Article by Anna C. Purcell, photos by Chloé Richard – in Berlin; Monday, Jun. 11, 2012.
On Friday, June 8th, Berlin Art Link presented the second installment of its Night & Day Series, 404 NOT FOUND, at TorStrasse’s Sur la Montagne. The six artists’ works functioned as a commentary on the challenges and antagonisms that exist between web works and conventional, gallery-ready art…[read on…]
Article by Max Schreier, photos by Chloé Richard – in Berlin; Saturday, Jun. 02, 2012.
Aram Bartholl is an tech artists who makes objects by capturing electronic moments, developing them into classical forms, and using the most analog processes to create digital forms. His work falls into the avant garde not by its innovative methods, but rather by its means of handling the often difficult to tame medium of the web. When I visited Bartholl…[read on…]