Archive for 2010

  • 12.28.2010


    A SymbioticA Exhibition at the Science Gallery, Dublin 28 JANUARY – 25 FEBRUARY 2011 The exhibition will explore and provoke questions about scientific truths, what constitutes living and the ethical and artistic implications of life manipulation. It will include 15 artworks from ten years of SymbioticA’s residency programme, featuring the following artists: Abhishek Hazra Alicia […]

  • 12.23.2010

    Season’s Greetings!

    كل عام وأنتم بخير – Arabic Chinese (Cantonese) – 祝聖誕節快樂 Chinese (Mandarin) – 祝圣诞节快乐 Danish – Glædelig Jul og Godt Nytår Dutch – Prettige feestdagen Fijian – Bula Vinaka Finnish – Hyvää Joulua ja Onnellista Uutta Vuotta French – Joyeuses fêtes German – Frohe Feiertage! Hindi – uoo”kZ dh ‘kqÒdkeuk;sa Icelandic – Gleðilega hátíð Italian […]

  • 12.17.2010

    Data visualisation, 17th-century style

    We tend to think of information design as an exclusively modern animal, born in the 20th century and growing up during the digital revolution. But when we consider the principles of information design – clarity and economy in the visual representation of data – it’s no stretch to suggest that its origins coincide with the […]

  • 12.10.2010

    Études phénoménales

    Mathieu Beauséjour + Jean-Pierre Aubé Curator: Éric Mattson From December 15th until January 30th Opening Wednesday December 15th, 6:30 PM Performances by the artists from 7 PM AXENÉO7 presents Études phénoménales, curated by Éric Mattson with Mathieu Beauséjour and Jean-Pierre Aubé. At the heart of the exhibition is an exploration of the Sun as the […]

  • 12.09.2010

    Funware _playing with software art

    Making and using software can be experimental, humorous and aesthetically rich. The international exhibition Funware deals with this Fun-factor in softwaredevelopment, and the many ways in which artists have run off with it in past and present. For these seventeen very diverse and mostly interactive projects, in which playing with software is the starting point, […]

  • 12.08.2010

    Satellite view of 24hr Air Traffic

    A 24 hour observation of all of the large aircraft flights in the world, condensed down to less than 2 minutes. From space we look like a beehive of activity.

  • 12.01.2010

    Playing Duchamp by Scott Kildall

    “I have come to the personal conclusion that while all artists are not chess players, all chess players are artists.” — Marcel Duchamp Playing Duchamp is a 2010 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. for its Turbulence website. Marcel Duchamp is widely recognized for his contribution to conceptual art, but his lifelong obsession […]

  • 11.23.2010

    Byproduct: On the Excess of Embedded Art Practices

    Friday December 10th, 2010, 6:30-9 pm Vera List Center for Art & Politics at The New School Roundtable with: L.M. Bogad, performance artist and author of ‘Guerilla Electoral Theatre’ Joseph del Pesco, independent curator Michelle Jacques, Curator, Art Gallery of Ontario Marisa Jahn, artist, editor of ‘Byproduct’ Tom Finkelpearl, Executive Director, Queens Museum of Art […]

  • 11.21.2010

    David Buckland: The Art of Climate Change

    David Buckland is an artist with an international reputation. In 2000 he created and now directs the Cape Farewell project, which brings artists, scientists and educators together to collectively address and raise awareness about climate change. This highly successful artistic intervention has spurred worldwide activity and underlines the power of artistic engagement to stimulate and […]

  • 11.18.2010


    Janieta Eyre (CA) 1989. The American artist Larry Miller, a member of the Fluxus movement, distributes certificates to allow anyone to decide on the use, or not, of their DNA. The action, which relates the art scene to contemporary biotechnological problems, would precede the birth of Dollie, the first cloned mammal in the world, by […]