Feb. 13, 2020
This year marks the first edition of the Triennial for Photography and New Media at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter (HOK) in Norway. The triennial is the first international presentation of its kind in the country…[read on]
Interview by Johanna Hardt // Feb. 19, 2019
When was the last time you took a moment to close your eyes, breathe in deeply and listened to what is around you? This question is not an unfamiliar one. It is often wielded by those that like to remind us…[read on]
Article by Jack Radley // Aug. 24, 2018
In theory, The ICA Watershed’s premiere exhibition, ‘Diana Thater,’ makes perfect sense, but the ICA’s civic concerns are watered down by the spectacle of the show’s aesthetic emphasis…[read on]
Article by Alice Bardos // June 07, 2016
New York-based new media artists Alfredo Salazar-Caro and William James Richard Robertson, are using their gamer backgrounds to shed light on current issues within the domain of art…[read on]
Interview by Ruth Amelung – in Berlin; Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2015.
In this series, Artists In Transit
, we speak to artists who are passing through Berlin as part of residencies, collaborations, or exhibitions, and explore international and multi-cultural perspectives on the city as an art space.
is a cross-disciplinary artist working in the barely tangible realm of new media and visual data art…[read on…]
Blog post by Andrea Ongaro – in Berlin; Saturday, Mar. 23, 2013.
In our media dominated world it’s normal to be familiar with noise. It’s not the noise of Sonic Youth or the loud sound of the streets, but the noise produced by the huge amount of information we exchange every day. Transmitting data there is sometimes a failure in the process, which can be…[read on…]
Blog post by Elizabeth Feder – in San Francisco; Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012.
Shane Pennington recently helped usher in the opening of the Dallas City Performance Hall with a digital media installation that drew direct inspiration and visual material from Berlin’s Alexanderplatz. Entitled Points of Life, the installation features a 15-minute loop of digitally abstracted figures who inhabit the performance hall’s key element: a specially-designed stage curtain that is a fully programmable grid of LED lights. [read on…]
Article by Daniel Thomas Berg, Melissa Steckbauer and Elizabeth Feder // Aug. 02, 2011
“Our fine arts were developed, their types and uses were established in times very different from the present…we must expect great innovations to transform the entire technique of the arts, thereby affecting artistic…[read on]