Should we always believe what we see right in front of us? Can you trust your senses? Has technology made things clearer or muddied the waters between reality and fiction?...Read more
Barry X Ball reimagines and transforms historical artworks with the help of 3D-printing and stone-cutting technology.
by Jeremy Strick*
Six years ago, together with a group of Nasher patrons, I visited the...Read more
Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology: Shaping Our Genetic Futures (Art’s Work/Genetic Futures) is an art-science exhibit and symposium of artists, scientists, and humanities scholars, led by the NC State University...Read more
Borderless Bacteria / Colonialist Cash discusses important current aspects of biopolitics. By visualising microbiome landscapes of banknotes, the project invites us to reflect about the interconnectedness of ecological and economic...Read more
Gameplay journeys to the origins of video games, analyses their language and highlights the impact they have had on popular digital culture and on art and society. The exhibition is...Read more
The exhibition Edge of Now contributes to current discussions about contemporary technologies and their use in the works of a young generation of media artists. In the exhibition, works of the...Read more