Alia Syed, Chila Kumari Burman, Keith Piper, John Akomfrah, Leo Asemota, The Otolith Group, Lawrence Abu Hamden, Larry Achiampong & David Blandy & Roshini Kempadoo.
This exhibition explores the ever-shifting relationship between art, technology and subjectivity in an age of increasing migration and global diaspora communities. In what ways are the practices of art and technology being transformed by their mutual interaction? How are artists deploying technologies of reproduction to investigate identity and refashion subjectivity in an era of economic crisis, the globalisation of techno-cultures and accelerating intolerance of cultural differences? What are the excesses that hover as ghostly spectres around forms of representation and their technologies?
© Paul Goodwin, 2015
HANGAR is an Artistic Research Center, located in the area of Graça, in Lisbon. HANGAR includes several platforms for action, including: a center of artistic residences, studios for artists, an art education center, an exhibitionand public program.
HANGAR is an independent space run by artists and curators. It is a place for experimentation, research and reflection of artistic practices. The space is a point of convergence of various areas of contemporary artistic processes. HANGAR aims to act as a catalyst of experience in the connection between artists, researchers and other artistic initiatives. It aims to encourage discussion of the emerging contemporary art, stimulating the development of artistic and theoretical practices motivated by experimental and shared experiences.