Like Pearls by Morehshin Allahyari is an animated and interactive mash-up of the Farsi spam Allahyari receives in her mailbox.
Each year artists, gallery owners, collectors, curators and critics from around the world gather in Basel to attend a series of contemporary art fairs. Although the most significant of these is undoubtedly Art Basel, there are a number of satellite →
“Money is a social construct that largely exists in people’s minds” Brett Scott
Money Watching (2007) was a performance by Cesare Peitrousi as part of the series ‘Paradoxical Economies’ by Ikon Gallery. A shop in a commercial area of Birmingham was →
See the Elektra 12 photo set on Flickr
Montreal is the undisputed cultural capital of Canada and the largest city in the French-speaking province of Quebec. Although there’s a visible and perceivable strong legacy →
Check the Electrohype 2010 photo set here.
After a fascinating snowstorm, the sixth edition of Electrohype, the biennial for electronic art, opened at the Ystad Art Museum in Ystad (Sweden). A point of →
Check the Vivo arte.mov 2011 photo set here.
arte.mov has been a major Brazilian fes- tival of art and new media in the last few years. It’s especially focused on mobility, in part because it’s →
Check the Culture(s) of copy photo set here.
Copying as a tool of the re- appropriation of meaning, amplification and creation of sense: this was the territory chosen for the exhibition “Culture(s) of copy” hosted →
Check the Pasajes. Viajes por el híper-espacio photo set here
Moving through the imposing Greek columns made of neon that are reminiscent of typical ancient ones, immediately evokes the feeling that →
Check the ISEA2010 photo set here (140 pictures).
The 2010 edition of the “nomadic” ISEA (International Symposium on Electronic Art) was even more nomadic this year, traveling through three cities: Essen, Dortmund (where the core →
Check the Interferenze photo set here.
The idea of the nonconformist as no longer the black sheep but the one now wearing a digital player and headphones admirably sums up the theme of the 2010 →
Check the Habitar photo set here.
Invisible Architectures: the curiosity generated by this paradox is the starting point of Habitar – Bending the urban frame, the new stage of the broader curatorial path taken by →