Transport and Velocity: Could Bitcoin be a Replacement for Gold?
Lasers, microwave deployed in high-speed trading arms race
SONE is a production company based in New York. Our work is currently available through the stock media marketplaces Getty Images, iStock, and Pond 5 and the galleries Project Native Informant in London and Untitled in New York
The works on view reflect upon the impact of the Internet and digitalization in our everyday lives. The conceptual starting point of the show is the notion of ‘circulationism’, a term coined by Steyerl herself in order to define all those activities of post-producing, launching and accelerating images and their spread. As the artist has stated, circulationism “is about the public relations of images across social networks, about advertisement and alienation, and about being as suavely vacuous as possible”. Steyerl’s practice, therefore, aims at exploring the effects of this new system of circulation of images and information in the material world. The exhibition design, conceived in collaboration with the architects at Studio Markus Miessen
Sean Raspet’s work focuses on circularities of time and logic that operate across multiple spheres of everyday life. His work considers the ‘extra-material’ materiality of processes of circulation and administration, as well as the parallel cycles of financial capital and the image economy. Present here is the idea of stock photography as an all-encompassing parallel world–one that exhibits an autonomous, self-reflexive, structure analogous to a feedback loop or mise en abyme. With his installation of commercially produced banners and mugs, Raspet posits that both photography and finance are systems that, through their internal logics, create new, fabricated realities.
Chrystal Galleryis teaming up with Gentili Apri to present Exhibition One. A computer rendered group show with works by Kari Altmann, Charles Broskoski, Lindsay Lawson, Billy Rennekamp, Maxwell Simmer, and Harm Van Den Dorpel - curated and rendered by Timur Si-Qin.
The Digital Divide by Claire Bishop
Carol Bove, La traversée difficile (The Difficult Crossing), 2008, mixed media. Installation view, Kimmerich, Düsseldorf.
Athletic Aesthetics By BRAD TROEMEL
Simon Denny’s new body of work for Portikus ranks among the most ambitious the artist has developed to date. Over the period of one year, the artist researched and developed an intricate project that has grown to considerable dimensions – both physically and in terms of its critical content. For two months, the monumental gallery space is turned into an homage to technology, communication, and the relentless need for innovation.
I’m that angel
Book and performance
Edition of 500
I’m that angel is a cycle of writings and performances that explore the conditions of how we work on and against the computer, narrated from the perspective of a “content farmer”: an emergent type of online journalist contracted to generate articles based on words peaking in Google Trends.
Yuri Pattison Challenges the Representation of Time and Space in ‘Colocation, Time Displacement’ - See more at: http://i.materialise.com/blog/entry/yuri-pattison-challenges-the-representation-of-time-and-space-in-colocation-time-displacement#sthash.XyhMX9Wc.dpuf
PRIVATE SETTINGS ART AFTER THE INTERNET
Sarah AbuAbdallah and Joey Defrancesco, Korakrit Arunonandchai, Ed Atkins, Trisha Baga, Darja Bajagic, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Jennifer Chan, CUSS Group, Czosnek Studio, Jesse Darling, DIS Magazine, Harm van den Dorpel, Loretta Fahrenholz, Daniel Keller, Ada Karczmarczyk, Jason Loebs, Piotr Łakomy, Metahaven, Takeshi Murata, Yuri Pattison, Hannah Perry, Jon Rafman, Bunny Rogers, Pamela Rosenkranz, Ryan Trecartin, Ned Vena
Mark Leckey at Gavin Brown