Bridging Realities: An Interview with Manuel Rossner
by Lucia Longhi // Feb. 25, 2022
His art practice questions and reflects the digital age we live in, in which artificial intelligence and gamification of reality forge our new aesthetic codes and social behaviors…[read on]
Open Call for Prix Ars Electronica
Feb. 18, 2022
The Prix Ars Electronica has been honoring the best media artworks in the world every year since 1987…[read on]
NFTs and the Crypto Art Market: An Interview with Pau Waelder
by Rebecca Partridge // Feb. 11, 2022
Why are we still talking about NFTs? It’s a question addressed by curator and researcher Pau Waelder, who has been writing and researching art and digital media for over a decade…[read on]
Film As Flesh: An Interview with Liz Rosenfeld
by Alice Connolly O’Brien // Feb. 4, 2022
We spoke with Rosenfeld about their connection to Berlin, their creative process across analog and digital production, and their long-term film project, ‘Foxes,’ a queer coming-of-age…[read on]
by Rebecca Partridge // Feb. 21, 2017
For those who visited Nasan Tur’s recent solo show at Blain|Southern, ‘Funktionieren’, it would be easy to think that you have already been privy to the inner-workings of the artist’s studio…[read on]
Article by Kate Brown – in Berlin; Monday, Feb. 03, 2014.
By the end of the opening at OTHER Projects, a project space nestled in Neukölln, the immersive installation TONICC no longer existed in its original form. It had literally melted; both consumed and simultaneously destroyed by its audience. However, its initial…[read on…]
Blog post by Barbara Confino – in Berlin; Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013.
Artist and writer Barbara Confino’s new series, WalkAbout: the World as Image, Imagination, and Idea is a leisurely inquiry into the interplay between the real and the fantastic…[read on…]
Blog entry by Melissa King – in Berlin; Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012.
In anticipation of next year’s edition Contemplative Pathways, Toolkit Festival is hosting an open call to artists aged between 20-35 working in interactive new media art…[read on…]