One & Other is part of the Zabludowicz Collection’s annual Testing Ground project. The show is a curatorial collaboration between MA Curating students from Chelsea College of Arts and CASS, London Metropolitan University. One & Other threads the simultaneously disturbing yet beautiful dualities between the simulated daily persona humans perform and genuine human presence – the distinction between real and the Other.
Kristian Lukić reviews Armin Medosch's New Tendencies – Art at the Threshold of the Information Revolution (1961-1978), comparing the movement's approach and relationships with the wider contemporary art world with art at the threshold of the Information Revolution.
That Ends That Matter is a three-channel video installation by Jean-Paul Kelly exploring the lack of transparency elucidating a direct relationship between physical materiality and subjective perception of each individual. Kelly regularly attended the City of London Magistrate’s court in Central London as a visitor for eight weeks, recollecting a process whereby documentation is strictly prohibited.
Garrett Lynch reviews HFT The Gardener, the recent exhibition by Susan Treister at Annely Juda Fine Art, London. The review relates Treister's work to the artistic visualisation of networks and the links between network structures and art practice.
Pedro Marum reviews IGNORANCE: The Power of Non-Knowledge, an event of Disruption Network Lab in Berlin, which discusses ways and strategies to explore, unveil and unmake ignorance and its political, legal and social uses in everyday life.
The 2015 film Dreams Rewired (dirs. Manu Luksch, Martin Reinhardt, Thomas Tode) screened at Watermans, London on Nov 13th. By comparing historic and current responses to new media, the film makes links between time periods and spaces. This review takes snippets from the film as starting points to introduce some of its main themes.
Two years after Harun Farocki's death, a project-retrospective collaboration of his work was undertaken, with its first part at The Institut Valencià d'Art Modern (IVAM) named ‘What is at Stake’, and more recently the second-part titled ‘Empathy’ at the Fundació Antoni Tàpies focusing on an analysis of labour within the framework of capitalist demands. The exhibition ran from the 2nd of June until the 16th of October 2016.
Why was there not to be a Soviet Internet? Can the roots of today's Internet be connected to the ideologies of capitalism? Baruch Gottlieb reviews and questions Benjamin Peters’ book "How to Network a Nation".
When traditional systems become obsolete, they evolve into the facilitator of their own crash. The initial position of the nine debuting artists is the shift- and notions of values within the current...
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