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We Make Money Not Art

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Finding ‘skinship’ with trees

Fri, 28 Jul 2017 15:51:53 +0000

Beat to the Balance introduces participants to a ritualistic sauna practice which consists of whisking bodies with branch bundle of different tree species. The goal is to open energy flow and make more perceptible the interdependence between tree communities and humans

Book review: We Can’t Stop Thinking About The Future

Tue, 25 Jul 2017 14:16:44 +0000

Artist Aleksandra Mir interviews scientists about technological innovations, politics of outer space, the place of the humanities in research and imagined futures that already affect our lives

The scars left by electronic culture on indigenous lands

Mon, 24 Jul 2017 15:09:00 +0000

Informed by several years of research in the Australian outback desert, It Was Like Experiencing a Fold in Time, She Said bridges the gap between, on the one hand, the landscapes, mythologies and life of outback and aboriginal communities and on the other hand, the brutal origins of our technological ‘progress’

Alchemy. The Great Art

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 14:40:33 +0000

The exhibition explores the enduring influence of alchemy over art. The alliance between the two fields is an intimate one: both art and alchemy are about creation, both rely on experimentation, knowledge-seeking and passion.

Gamma Sense. Open, fast and free gamma radiation monitoring for citizens

Mon, 17 Jul 2017 14:31:07 +0000

The aim of the gamma-radiation project, is to develop an emergency-infrastructure that can be deployed within minutes, by activating your (covered) webcam from a webpage

Work it, Feel it! New mechanisms of body discipline

Mon, 10 Jul 2017 16:21:45 +0000

Work it, feel it! is dedicated to the work of the future and the future of work. The exhibition focuses on the demands placed on the human body and its possibilities to act, as seen against the backdrop of an increasingly automated workplace. What are the mechanisms of discipline and control that have been applied to the mind, and above all to the body, to make it an efficient production tool and a pillar of consumerism?

MOMENTUM 9: A case for user-alienating design

Thu, 06 Jul 2017 14:38:35 +0000

The reason why i wanted to write about the website of MOMENTUM 9 the Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art is that it doesn’t look like anything i have experienced before. First of all, it doesn’t seem to pride itself in being user-friendly...

The Museum of NonHumanity

Mon, 03 Jul 2017 14:38:52 +0000

Throughout history, declaring a group to be nonhuman or subhuman has been an effective tool for justifying slavery, oppression and genocide. Conversely, differentiating humans from other species has paved the way for the abuse of natural resources and other animals

Allan Wexler – Absurd Thinking: Between Art and Design

Sun, 02 Jul 2017 16:35:05 +0000

Allan Wexler's works can be broadly described as tactile poetry composed by re-framing the ordinary. They sustain a narrative about landscape, nature, and the built environment that highlights the intriguing and surprising characteristics latent in the elements and rituals that pervade daily life

MOMENTUM9. Maybe none of this is science fiction

Fri, 30 Jun 2017 08:05:40 +0000

Alienation represents a potential to expand the horizons of our current lives, to think and act progressively and usher in change. Thus M9 wants to welcome the alien, also the alien in us, without preconceptions of familiar and foreign. It wants to welcome the alien as a challenge to the present as well as a promise of better, extraordinary futures