'Experimental Motion', Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Oct 22 2016-June 4 2017
Oct
22
Jun 4

'Experimental Motion', Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Oct 22 2016-June 4 2017

Experimental Motion: the art of film innovation
Spotlight Gallery, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery
22 October 2016 to 4 June 2017
Included in Museum admission fee/residents, members and children free
brightonmuseums.org.uk/brighton
Twitter: @BrightonMuseums

A new display at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery will tell the story of experimental film-making in Brighton & Hove, from 1896 to the present day.

Unknown to many, both Brighton and Hove have played a rich and important part in international film history. Early film-making pioneers including George Albert Smith and James Williamson, who became known as the Brighton School and worked here at the turn of the 20th century, while Modern and contemporary filmmakers and moving image artists – like Jeff Keen, Ben Wheatley and Ben Rivers – have cemented the city’s status as a hotbed of experimental film.

'That Time', Gerðarsafn Kópavogur Art Museum, Iceland, 27 Oct - 18 Dec 2016
Oct
27
Dec 18
'HERE COMES A NEW CHALLENGER', Cubitt, London
Dec
7
Dec 18

'HERE COMES A NEW CHALLENGER', Cubitt, London

HERE COMES A NEW CHALLENGER

CUBITT

Private view: Wednesday 7 December, 6.30 – 8.30pm
with a special game tournament

8 - 18 December 2016
Wednesday to Sunday, 12.00 – 6.00pm

Here Comes a New Challenger is an exhibition featuring video interviews relating to the 2D arcade game Street Fighter II and the closure of two key London game arcades, Trocadero and Casino.

As part of an ongoing research project by the artists David Blandy, Larry Achiampong and James A. Holland, this collaboration with Curatorial Fellow Morgan Quaintance -the last project for his Cubitt Fellowship- focuses on the cultural impact, social networks and practices that the game produced in London during the 1990s and early 2000s.

For further details on Cubitt and its programmes please contact us:
+44 (0)20 7278 8226 or email info@cubittartists.org.uk

CUBITT
Gallery | Studios | Education

8 Angel Mews
London N1 9HH
020 7278 8226
cubittartists.org.uk

Gallery hours:
Wed-Sun, 12-6pm
Admission free

 

'Untitled: Art on the conditions of our time ', New Art Exchange, 14 Jan-19 Mar 2017
Jan
13
Mar 19

'Untitled: Art on the conditions of our time ', New Art Exchange, 14 Jan-19 Mar 2017

UNTITLED: art on the conditions of our time

14 January 2017 - 19 March 2017

New Art Exchange, Nottingham

Main Gallery & Mezzanine Gallery

Launch event: 13 January 2016, 6pm - 8pm

UNTITLED: art on the conditions of our time is a major new touring exhibition produced by New Art Exchange, curated in collaboration with NAE by Paul Goodwin and Hansi Momodu-Gordon. The show adopts a progressive stance on exhibition making to allow new ways of thinking about art by African diaspora artists to emerge. In a bold move, fixed curatorial themes have been stripped out to create a stimulating space where artworks can be experienced more openly, and where the interplay between the artists' practices can be observed. As the exhibition curators state, "This is not a show 'about' a coherent movement – instead it presents works by British African diaspora artists outside of the usual framing".

New Art Exchange

'Public View', Bluecoat Gallery
Feb
4
Apr 23

'Public View', Bluecoat Gallery

Public View

Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 - Sun, 23 Apr 2017

Curated by Bluecoat Artistic Director Bryan Biggs, the exhibition Public View brings together works by 100 artists who have previously exhibited at Bluecoat. This is but a small sample of the many hundreds of artists who have shown here. However, it aims to reflect something of Bluecoat’s curatorial interests and distinctiveness over this period. 

Artists include:

John Akomfrah / Conrad Atkinson / David Blandy / Sonia Boyce / Pete Clarke / Cornford & Cross / Adam Dant / Jeremy Deller / Sokari Douglas Camp / Bill Drummond / Nina Edge / Alec Finlay / Leo Fitzmaurice / Susan Hefuna / Adrian Henri / Lubaina Himid / John Hyatt / Peter Kennard / Mark Leckey / Hew Locke / Elizabeth Magill / Jacqueline Morreau / Paul Morrison / Yoko Ono / Paul Rooney / Imran Qureshi / Lesley Sanderson / Peter Saville / Yinka Shonibare / The Singh Twins / Padraig Timoney / Tom Wood

'ARS17- Hello World!', Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland in 2017
Mar
30
Apr 30

'ARS17- Hello World!', Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland in 2017

ARS17 takes over Kiasma in 2017

The theme of the ARS17 exhibition is the global digital revolution whose impacts are evident in culture and the economy, as well as in human identity and behaviour. Opening in March 2017, the exhibition will showcase artists of the new millennium and offer a fresh approach to contemporary art by also expanding the viewing experience into the online realm.

ARS17 will feature works by several Finnish and international contemporary artists. The names of the participating artists will be announced during the autumn and winter.


'Premier of Finding Fanon Gaiden: Delete', Cinemateket, Oslo
Dec
9
6:00 pm18:00

'Premier of Finding Fanon Gaiden: Delete', Cinemateket, Oslo

PREMIER // FINDING FANON GAIDEN: DELETE

By David Blandy & Larry Achiampong

9 December 2016 // 18.00  
Cinemateket, Dronningensgate 16, 0105 Oslo
Entry // Free of charge

PRAKSIS and Mennesker i Limbo (People in Limbo) are pleased to announce the premier of Finding Fanon Gaiden: Delete, a new film by artists David Blandy and Larry Achaimpong. The film will be followed by a panel discussion delving into the film’s production and complex politics addressed by the film, particularly in terms of being paperless in Norway today.

'Meeting the Machine Half Way', Wysing Arts, Sat 19 Nov 2-8pm
Nov
19
2:00 pm14:00

'Meeting the Machine Half Way', Wysing Arts, Sat 19 Nov 2-8pm

WYSING ARTS CENTRE

MEETING THE MACHINE HALF-WAY
SATURDAY 19 NOVEMBER, 2–8PM

To book your free place on this Study Day please visit our Eventbrite page, here.

Electricity flows from motherboards into muscle memory. Neurones fire into logic gates across silicon synapses. We must become a part of the system, in order to overcome it. Welcome to the arcade.

For their Study Day, Meeting the Machine Half-way, current artists-in-residence David Blandy, Larry Achiampong, and Gary Zhexi Zhang will be joined by curator Morgan Quaintance, gamer and artist Danielle Nelson (Zakuta/Izanami), researchers Carleigh Morgan and Nathaniel Zetter, alongside other invited contributors, to take part in a programme of talks, demonstrations and a live gaming tournament.

Cycle Music and Arts Festival, Kopavogur Iceland
Oct
27
Oct 30

Cycle Music and Arts Festival, Kopavogur Iceland

Cycle Music & Art Festival

27 - 30 OCTOBER 2016 | KOPAVOGUR ICELAND

Larry Achiampong & David Blandy will be showing 'Finding Fanon Part II' at GERÐARSAFN - KÓPAVOGUR ART MUSEUM

The festival, now in its second year, serves as an international and local platform for contemporary art music and visual arts and the intersection between both disciplines. Deeply rooted in Iceland’s exceptional cultural scene, it uses the unique natural environment as an echo chamber in order to explore questions of deep time and peak futures. With an exhibition at Gerðarsafn Museum and other venues in Kopavogur and a rich programme of performances and concerts, Cycle initiates collaborations and experimentation, and forges interdisciplinary productions which revolve around iterations, structured time, and eternal returns.

Cycle Music and Art Festival is organised in collaboration with Curated Place and is a partner of Moving Classics - European Network for New Music, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. 

Wysing Poly Residency
Oct
3
Nov 30

Wysing Poly Residency

2016 ARTIST RESIDENCIES
Following an Open Call for applications we are pleased to announce the artists who will in-residence at Wysing during 2016 are - Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, Beatrice Dillon, Maryam Monalisa Gharavi, Evan Ifekoya, Wojciech Kosma, Lawrence Lek, Laura O’Neill, Florence Peake and Gary Zhexi Zhang.

Stony Island Arts Bank: Finding Fanon Film Screening and Artist Talk, Chicago USA
Sep
16
7:00 pm19:00

Stony Island Arts Bank: Finding Fanon Film Screening and Artist Talk, Chicago USA

Finding Fanon Film Screening and Artist Talk

Friday September 16, 2016, 7pm | Stony Island Arts Bank | 6760 S. Stony Island Ave | Chicago, IL 60649

Join us at the Stony Island Arts Bank for a screening of two films in the Finding Fanon (2015–present) trilogy followed by a conversation with artists Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, moderated by Yesomi Umolu, Logan Center Exhibitions Curator.

Presented by Logan Center Exhibitions and Black Cinema House, and co-sponsored by the Nicholson Center for British Studies. Additional support provided by Arts Council England and the British Council.

The event is part of Larry Achiampong's exhibition OPEN SEASON presented by Logan Center Exhibitions and curated by Yesomi Umolu, Exhibitions Curator.

THE LONG PROGRESS BAR 2016 A FESTIVAL OF RADICAL IMAGINATION
Sep
8
12:45 pm12:45

THE LONG PROGRESS BAR 2016 A FESTIVAL OF RADICAL IMAGINATION

Image Credit: In-flight accessories created by NON, sold at Red Bull Studio's The Gift Shop. Photo by Christine Hahn.

THE LONG PROGRESS BAR 2016

A FESTIVAL OF RADICAL IMAGINATION

8 SEPTEMBER 2016
BRIGHTON DOME STUDIO THEATRE

A one-day festival of talks, screenings and music, The Long Progress Bar celebrates radical imagination and explores new methods of empowerment, collective action and technological progress. This year, we zoom in on the platforms, interfaces and resolutions needed to build a better future and ask a new generation of thought-provoking artists, activists and academics: what is progress?

Hosted by Warren Ellis. Proudly presented in association with WeTransfer.

GAIKA DJ Set presented in partnership with Brighton Dome.

EVENT DETAILS & TICKETS

Date: 8 September 2016
Venue: Brighton Dome Studio Theatre, New Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1UG

Talks/Screenings/Music – Day & Evening Ticket
Times: 12.45pm-11pm (registration – 12.45pm) | Talks & Screenings – 1.30pm-6pm | Break – 6pm-7.30pm | Music – 7.30pm-11pm)
Tickets: £60, £40 concessions

Music Performances – Evening Ticket Only
Time: 7.30pm-11pm
Tickets: £15, £10 concessions. Available from Brighton Dome.

Get updates about The Long Progress Bar:
@LighthouseArts | #longprogressbar | Facebook event | Instagram

Brighton Digital Festival: Our Machines, Sep 3-18 2016
Sep
3
Sep 18

Brighton Digital Festival: Our Machines, Sep 3-18 2016

OUR MACHINES
An exhibition at the University of Brighton’s new Edward Street Campus, 3 Dorset Place, BN2 1ST.

Our Machines celebrates a variety of innovations within artists’ moving image and sound at the University of Brighton’s new department for photography and film.

The works will be installed throughout the building, artists include: Emma Hart, Steina Vasulka, Vesna Petresin, Stephen Mallinder, Sebastian Buerkner, Matthew Noel-Tod, Paul Sermon & Charlotte Gould, Dara Birnbaum, Luke Pendrell, Caleb Madden, Semiconductor, David Blandy, David Chatting, Paulina Yurman, Jo-Anne Bichard and David Kirk.

open Saturday 3rd September- Sunday 18th September 12-5pm (Thursday-Sundays only). 

Edward Street Campus
3 Dorset Place
Brighton
BN2 1ST

Installation and performance by Sebastian Buerkner will be held at the Fabrica Gallery on the 22nd September from 2pm-7pm

Gettin’ the Heart Ready, The Royal Standard, Liverpool
Jul
30
Sep 11

Gettin’ the Heart Ready, The Royal Standard, Liverpool

Gettin’ the Heart Ready, The Royal Standard, Liverpool
30th July- 11th September 2016 12-5pm

Gettin’ the Heart Ready is a group exhibition celebrating The Royal Standard’s coming of age. The 23 artist-strong retrospective will showcase artists that have been collaboratively nominated by our directors past and present, in recognition of their previous work for The Royal Standard and their career as a practitioner.

Artists: Jo Addison, Jonathan Baldock, David Blandy, Oliver Braid, Joe Crowdy, Jemma Egan, Craig Fisher, Matthew de Kersaint Giraudau, Michelle Hannah, Joe Hamilton, Littlewhitehead, Celia Hempton, Holly Hendry, James Mclardy, Pil and Galia Kollectiv, Jake Laffoley, Liliane Lijn, Jess Flood Paddock, Mike Pratt, Low Profile, Ailie Rutherford, Sam Smith, Dave Sherry.

Still (the) Barbarians Symposium, EVA International
Jul
12
Jul 13

Still (the) Barbarians Symposium, EVA International

Save the Date: Still (the) Barbarians Symposium

EVA International is pleased to announce the dates for the Still (the) Barbarians: Symposium. On the evening of 12 July and all day on 13 July, EVA International welcomes Koyo Kouoh and keynote speaker Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith, among other speakers, artists and performers, who will explore how artists respond to postcolonial legacies. 

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Location: EVA International, Limerick City 

Dates: 12 and 13 July

This is a ticketed event, book your free tickets HERE

Progress Bar: Graphic Novels @ Lighthouse Thursday 7 July, 18:30
Jul
7
6:30 pm18:30

Progress Bar: Graphic Novels @ Lighthouse Thursday 7 July, 18:30

Lighthouse presents Progress Bar, a series of events giving insight into the creative practice of contemporary culture’s most exciting names.

This edition of Progress Bar is inspired by Lighthouse’s Wellcome Trust supported graphic novel Out of Nothing. A collaboration between graphic novelist Daniel Locke, artist David Blandy and author, broadcaster and scientist Adam Rutherford, the work traces the journey of a fiery-tempered young girl as she crosses time and space to tell the story of creativity, scientific discovery and human knowledge.

The evening will feature talks by David Blandy and Daniel Locke about the birth of the solar system, the development of complex life on Earth, taking photographs on other planets, and the first Martians. Joining them will be award-winning comic creator Karrie Fransman who will give insight into her creative process and talk about the books that go into making books. Plus, you’ll get a sneak preview of Out of Nothing’s artwork and David Blandy will play music from the history of hip-hop.

EVENT DETAILS AND BOOKING

Date: Thursday 7 July 2016
Times: 6.30pm–9.30pm Add to Calendar
Venue: Lighthouse, 28 Kensington Street, Brighton BN1 4AJ View Map
Tickets: £5 / £4 concs (full-time students or anyone in receipt of an income-based benefit, please bring ID/proof with you). FREE ashcan edition with every ticket.

GET TICKETS HERE

 

WYSING POLYPHONIC ACOUSTIC MUSIC EVENT
Jul
2
12:30 pm12:30

WYSING POLYPHONIC ACOUSTIC MUSIC EVENT

WYSING POLYPHONIC
SATURDAY 2 JULY, 12.30-11PM

Wysing Polyphonic is the seventh annual music event at Wysing Arts Centre and the first to be fully acoustic; with no microphones, speakers, backing tracks, laptops or electronics. Building on the legacy of the previous festivals at Wysing, the 2016 festival continues to address the boundaries of sonic experimentation, though vocal improvisation, song, spoken word, drone and noise, and is perhaps the first festival to take an acoustic or ‘unplugged’ approach in this experimental way.  

The initial line-up includes:

Adam Bohman / Adam Christensen / Andy Holden / Barnaby Brown / Crispin Best / David Blandy / David Toop / Emma Smith / Evan Parker / Florence Peake / Jenny Moore / Jennifer Walshe / Keef Winter / Keiko Yamamoto / Linda Stupart / Larry Achiampong / Laura Cannell / Laura O’Neill / Megan Nolan / Natalie Price Hafslund / Pierre Berthet / Paul Purgas / Rachel Benson / Richard Dawson / Rie Nakajima / Sam Belinfante / Secluded Bronte / Verity Susman

Early Bird Tickets are on sale now.

Please visit our website for full details, click here.

Larry Achiampong and David Blandy in-conversation with Rizvana Bradley at The Showroom
Jun
30
7:00 pm19:00

Larry Achiampong and David Blandy in-conversation with Rizvana Bradley at The Showroom

Larry Achiampong and David Blandy: Finding Fanon, in-conversation with Rizvana Bradley

Screening and talk
Thursday 30 June 2016
7–9pm

Larry Achiampong and David Blandy will be in-conversation with Rizvana Bradley and will present their film series Finding Fanon, inspired by the lost plays of Frantz Fanon (1925-1961), a radical humanist whose practice dealt with the psychopathology of colonisation and the social and cultural consequences of decolonisation. Through the films, the artists negotiate Fanon’s ideas, examining the politics of race, racism and the post-colonial, and how these societal issues affect their own relationship to one another.

Larry Achiampong & David Blandy, Finding Fanon Part One, 2015

Larry Achiampong & David Blandy, Finding Fanon Part One, 2015

In Finding Fanon 1 their conflict is played out through a script that melds found texts and personal testimony, transposing their drama to a junkyard houseboat at an unspecified time in the future. Navigating the past, present and future, Achiampong and Blandy question the promise of globalisation, recognising its impact on their own heritage.

Finding Fanon 2 collides art-house cinema with digital culture’s Machinima, resulting in a work that explores the post-colonial condition from inside a simulated environment – the Grand Theft Auto 5 in-game video editor. It combines several stories, including how the artists’ familial histories relate to colonial history, an examination of how their relationship is formed through the virtual space, and thoughts on the implications of the post-human condition.

Network 11, a peer network of artists working on questions regarding the positions of British based artists of colour and LGBT communities in the art world, will also join the conversation.

Focus on the Funk: Jouneys at Birkbeck Cinema
May
22
1:00 pm13:00

Focus on the Funk: Jouneys at Birkbeck Cinema

Focus on the Funk: Journeys

22 May 2016 - 13:00- 17:00
Venue Birkbeck Cinema, 43 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PD

Booking details
Free entry; booking required here

A screening of art works and documentaries addressing hybridity, decolonising thought, rising up and the structures of the prison-industrial complex. Includes work by Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, Manthia Diawara, Coco Fusco and Göran Olsson

in collaboration with the Serpentine Galleries, the BIH and BIMI.

As part of a 2-day conference: 20 May 2016: 9.00am - 5.30pm & 21 May 2016: 10.00am - 6.30pm

Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities, Birkbeck School of Law, BIMI & Serpentine Galleries

Organised by Dr Oscar Guardiola-Rivera and Kojo Koram

Tableaux at Assembly Point, London Friday 13 May, 6:30-9 PM
May
13
6:30 pm18:30

Tableaux at Assembly Point, London Friday 13 May, 6:30-9 PM

[screen-time], part of Tableaux at Assembly Point, London
Fri 13 May, 18.30 – 21.00

Featuring: Iain Ball, David Blandy, Caspar Heinemann, Krzysztof Honowski, Natasha Lall, Imran Perretta, Hayal Pozanti, Charles Richardson, Devlin Shea.

A screening event bringing together artists exploring the dialogical and/or performative space of the screen.

Coordinated by Charles Richardson.

Assembly Point
49 Staffordshire Street
London SE15 5TJ

Weds – Fri: 12–6pm
Sat: 12–5pm
or by appointment

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David Blandy & Natalia Skobeeva; A---Z at RCA Dyson Gallery, London
May
11
May 23

David Blandy & Natalia Skobeeva; A---Z at RCA Dyson Gallery, London

RCA Dyson Gallery, London
Private View Monday 11 May - 6.30-8.30pm

Performance by Natalia Skobeeva - 7pm & 7.30pm

Exhibition continues 12 - 23 May

Monday to Friday 9.30am - 5.30pm

At RCA Dyson Gallery | 1 Hester Road | Battersea | London | SW11 4AN

For the last show of the Series Rise Up & Envision at the RCA Dyson Gallery, A- - -Z presents Oracles of Humankind with three videos by Natalia Skobeeva and David Blandy.

www.abc-z.org

Progress Bar: Film Forum, Lighthouse, Brighton Monday 9th May 7pm
May
9
7:00 pm19:00

Progress Bar: Film Forum, Lighthouse, Brighton Monday 9th May 7pm

Progress Bar: Film Forum

Featuring David Blandy, Yuri Pattison and Olivia Rochelle and Gerard-Jan Claes. 

Date: Monday 9 May 2016
Times: 7pm–10pm; doors and bar open 6.30pm
Venue: Lighthouse, 28 Kensington Street, Brighton BN1 4AJ
Tickets: £5 / £3.50 concs (full-time students or anyone in receipt of an income-based benefit, please bring ID/proof with you)

BUY TICKETS HERE

'FF Gaiden: Alternative', The Gallery, Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle
May
3
Jun 16

'FF Gaiden: Alternative', The Gallery, Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

The Gallery, Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

A new major commission by our 2016 Artists in Residence David Blandy and Larry Achiampong and their work with Tyneside Cinema's young digital group, The Factory. Together they have used the virtual space of Grand Theft Auto 5 to explore ideas around the writings of Frantz Fanon, a politically radical humanist whose practice dealt with the psychopathology of colonisation and the social and cultural consequences of decolonisation. It also asks what it means to be entering the adult world at this precise moment in time.

Download press release

Interview in The Creators Project

Art Monthly, June Issue 2016, No 397

Preview in Art Review

 

Eva International 2016: Still (the) Barbarians
Apr
14
Jul 15

Eva International 2016: Still (the) Barbarians

Curated by Koyo Kouoh

EVA International – Ireland’s Biennial
Still (the) Barbarians curated by Koyo Kouoh
April 16 – July 17 2016

Review in Art Agenda

Review in Artsy

We are delighted to announce the 57 international artists who will participate in the 2016 edition of EVA International – Ireland's Biennial titled Still (the) Barbarians:

Pio Abad (Philippines/UK) / Larry Achiampong and David Blandy (UK) / Philip Aguirre y Otegui (Belgium) / Kader Attia (France/Algeria) / Kostas Bassanos (Greece) / Eric Baudelaire (France) / Hera Büyüktaşcıyan (Turkey) / Tiffany Chung (Vietnam/USA) / Criodhna Costello (Ireland) / Jonathan Cummins (Ireland) / Godfried Donkor (UK/Ghana) / Samuel Erenberg (USA) / Theo Eshetu (UK/Ethiopia) / Mary Evans (UK) / Tom Flanagan and Megs Morley (Ireland) / Liam Gillick (UK) / Yong Sun Gullach (Denmark) / Carsten Höller (Belgium) / Dorothy Hunter (Northern Ireland) / Jeremy Hutchison (UK) / Joanna Hutton (UK) / Alfredo Jaar (Chile) / Michael Joo (USA) / Journal Rappé (Senegal) / Kapwani Kiwanga (Canada/France) / Abdoulaye Konaté (Mali) / / Syowia Kyambi (Kenya) / Kemang Wa Lehulere (South Africa) / Leung Chi Wo (Hong Kong) / Charles Lim Yi Yong (Singapore) / Alice Maher (Ireland) / Bradley McCallum (USA) / Naeem Mohaiemen (Bangladesh) / Pádraic E. Moore (Ireland) / Otobong Nkanga (Nigeria) / Uriel Orlow (UK/Switzerland) / Ulrike Ottinger (Germany) / Alan Phelan (Ireland) / Johannes Phokela (South Africa) / Sarah Pierce (Ireland/USA) / Deirdre Power and Softday (Ireland/Sweden) / Public Studio (Canada) / Ican Ramageli (Senegal) / Amanda Rice (Ireland) / Willem de Rooij (The Netherlands) / Tracey Rose (South Africa) / Catarina Simão (Portugal) / Mona Vatamanu and Florin Tudor (Romania) / Vo Tran Chau (Vietnam) / John Waid (UK)


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EVA International 2016

SEMINAR // New technology and the post-human, PRAKSIS OSLO
Apr
9
2:00 pm14:00

SEMINAR // New technology and the post-human, PRAKSIS OSLO

SEMINAR // New technology and the post-human

Saturday, April 9, 2016

2:00pm-5:00pm
Atelier Nord ANX
Olaf Ryes Plass Oslo, 0552 Norway

Postdoctoral researcher and lecturer at UiO's Department of Media and Communication, Steffen Krüger will moderate a discussion with PRAKSIS artists-in-residence David Blandy, Larry Achiampong and Jeremy Bailey. The panelists will discuss the theme of PRAKSIS's first residency in relationship to their artistic practices and cultural/sociological interests in relation to screenings of their work.

PRAKSIS OSLO
 

image credit: Jeremy Bailey, work in progress — to be titled

Game Video/Art. A Survey; IULM, Milan
Apr
4
Jul 31

Game Video/Art. A Survey; IULM, Milan

GAME VIDEO/ART. A SURVEY.
April 4 - July 31 2016

gamevideoart.org

An official event of the XX1T Triennale International Exhibition. 21 Century. Design After Design, in Milan; GAME VIDEO/ART. A SURVEY is the largest exhibition of digital game-based videos ever staged in Italy. Transforming the spaces of IULM’s Contemporary Exhibition Hall into a series of installations that immerse visitors in a landscape of pixels and polygons, GAME VIDEO/ART. A SURVEY brings together recent (2006-2016) video works by thirty international artists working with videogames. Also known as machinima, these artworks explore themes related to simulation and representation, replay and re-enactment, architecture and urbanism, sex and race, gender and politics through the lenses of the videogame.

Emotional Supply Chains, Zabludowicz Collection, London
Mar
24
Jul 17

Emotional Supply Chains, Zabludowicz Collection, London

Emotional Supply Chains

24 March–17 July

Emotional Supply Chains, a new exhibition addressing the construction of identity in the digital age. Featuring 16 leading international artists and including six new commissions, all works are drawn from the Zabludowicz Collection and produced since the year 2000.

Zabludowicz Collection

Review in Postmatter

Review in Time Out London

Praksis: International Artists Residency in Oslo
Mar
21
Apr 21

Praksis: International Artists Residency in Oslo

PRAKSIS, Oslo’s new international residency programme, launches in March 2016.
 
PRAKSIS’s 2016 lead artist-residents are:
David Blandy & Larry Achiampong (UK), Jeremy Bailey (Canada), Seamus Harahan (Northern Ireland), Martin Creed (UK) and Smadar Dreyfus (UK/Israel).

ABOUT PRAKSIS: Supported by Oslo City Council and the Norwegian arts council Kulturådet, PRAKSIS’s 2016 residencies will bring artists, makers and thinkers together in a relationship of collaboration and exchange.