The Week May 30–June 5, 2022
Openings and events at KVOST, Kühlhaus, Hamburger Bahnhof, Helmut Newton Foundation, einBuch.haus, Galerie Albrecht, Galerie Nordenhake, Galerie Max Hetzler, Galerie Wedding, Tchoban Foundation, Tête, Display, n.b.k.,…[read on]
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…]