Computer-generated simulations, virtual realities, or digital networked platforms, from cyberspace to metaverse, aren’t fictitious locations of science fiction literature any more. Their importance and role increasingly qualify them comparable to real spaces. Information technology propels the proliferation of immaterial spheres that become legitimate parallel dimensions of our perception, expression, experience, knowledge, communication, and analysis, where real and virtual are no binary opposition any more, for which the three-dimensional notion of space should be revised.
The exhibition Spatial Affairs aims to investigate the relation and interdependence of physical and digital presence via Modern, Conceptual and Contemporary works of art and manifestos. Confrontation with the achievements of science and technology and their social impact though the notion of space unites pre- and post-computational artistic approaches featured in the exhibition. Independent from their medium, they point out the entanglement of the palpably real and intangibly digital.
Morehshin ALLAHYARI, Andreas ANGELIDAKIS, Carola BONFILI, Adam BROOMBERG...& Guy de LANCEY & Brian O’DOHERTY, Petra CORTRIGHT, Agnes DENES, Aleksandra DOMANOVIĆ, Louise DRULHE, Wojciech FANGOR, Stanislav FILKO, Lucio FONTANA, Dora GARCÍA, Sam GHANTOUS, János GULYÁS, Hans HOLLEIN, Lauren HURET, JODI, Hiroshi KAWANO, Katarzyna KOBRO, Alicja KWADE, Oliver LARIC, Sam LAVIGNE & Tega BRAIN, Jan Robert LEEGTE, LOU CANTOR, Stano MASÁR, Cildo MEIRELES, Rosa MENKMAN, METAHAVEN, Imre NAGY, Georg NEES, Robert OLAWUYI, Gyula PAUER, Goran PETERCOL, Sascha POHFLEPP & Alessia NIGRETTI & Matthew LUTZ, Àngels RIBÉ, The RODINA, Rafaël ROZENDAAL, Jeffrey SHAW, Andrej ŠKUFCA, Károly TAMKÓ SIRATÓ, Viktor TIMOFEEV, UNRATED (BESOROLÁS ALATT), Gyula VÁRNAI
Spatial Affairs is conceived as part of the international cooperation project BEYOND MATTER: Cultural Heritage on the Verge of Virtual Reality (beyondmatter.eu), in collaboration with the ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe and the Ludwig Museum – Contemporary Museum of Art, with the contribution of the Aalto University. Virtual Reality Partner: HTC VIVE Arts
Curators: Giulia BINI, Lívia NOLASCO-RÓZSÁS
Assistant Curators: Jan ELANTKOWSKI, Fruzsina FEIGL
Entrada actualizada el el 15 abr de 2021
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