Interview by William Kherbek // June 12, 2019
Algorithms are, increasingly, turning up in the strangest and most dangerous places. From the micro-targeting of advertising, to the production of news stories…[read on]
Jan. 24, 2019
Nearing the entrance to the first edition of the Strasbourg Biennale, we saw life-size paper humans wheat-pasted on the side of the host venue. There was a face drawn over one man’s blurred head,…[read on]
Article by Lisa Birch in Berlin // Mar. 28, 2017
We have arrived now at a point in society, where surveillance and data sharing are assumed as normal. We are consistently willing to open up more and more of our private lives to public view, especially on social media…[read on]
Article by Alena Sokhan – in Berlin; Wednesday, May. 27, 2015.
Italian New Media artist Paolo Cirio
has found vibrant ways to point out that giving people the right to protect us also gives them the ability to hurt us and cause damage. With the greater involvement of information and communication technologies in political and public life, the methods of governance have to be adapted…[read on…]
Blog post by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Wednesday, May 13, 2015.
will be opening its doors for the very first time on May 22nd
with its inaugural exhibition, Overexposed
, a solo show by conceptual artist Paolo Cirio
. The gallery seeks to highlight the intermingling between art, politics and technology…[read on…]