ANNOUNCEMENTS

International Print Center New York (IPCNY)

June 23, 2017
Vilja Virks-Lee, vote_pussy_hat, 2017. Screenprint, 20 x 16 inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition of 8. Courtesy of the artist. © 2017 Vilja Virks-Lee. Vilja Virks-Lee, vote_pussy_hat, 2017. Screenprint, 20 x 16 inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition of 8. Courtesy of the artist. © 2017 Vilja Virks-Lee.

International Print Center New York presents Just Under 100

International Print Center New York (IPCNY) announces the 56th presentation of its New Prints program, a biannual, juried open call for prints created in the preceding 12 months. Titled Just Under 100, the exhibition was selected by artist Katherine Bradford, and features 98 artists from both the United States and abroad. Countries represented in the exhibition include Croatia, France, Italy, Serbia, and Thailand, as well as Canada, the United... continue reading

FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology)

June 22, 2017
Jeronimo Voss, Inverted Night Sky, 2016. Dome, lens, video with sound, 10 minutes; dimensions: 3 x 3 x 2 m. Courtesy of the artist. Jeronimo Voss, Inverted Night Sky, 2016. Dome, lens, video with sound, 10 minutes; dimensions: 3 x 3 x 2 m. Courtesy of the artist.

FACT presents The New Observatory

The New Observatory transforms FACT in Liverpool into an observatory for the 21st century, bringing together an international group of artists exploring new and alternative modes of measuring, predicting, and sensing the world. Humans have always used tools to observe, but now technology alters our perceptions more than ever. Today we are all connected to ever-growing systems of data. Corporations, governments, machines and individuals are... continue reading

NAME Publications

June 22, 2017
View of Millions March, 2014. Banner: JR. View of Millions March, 2014. Banner: JR.

The Appearance of Black Lives Matter: e-book presented by [NAME] Publications

[NAME] Publications is pleased to announce the release of Nicholas Mirzoeff's long awaited free e-book The Appearance of Black Lives Matter. Mirzoeff's book examines the transformation of visual culture from the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown in the summer of 2014 to the inauguration of Donald Trump in 2017. By studying visual material from a variety of historical periods and sites, Mirzoeff develops a case for the space of appearance,... continue reading

REVIEWS

Jérôme Bel’s “76’38’’ + ∞”
CENTRO PECCI, Prato
Jérôme Bel, Compagnia, compagnia, 2017.

by BARBARA CASAVECCHIA

The new extension of Centro Pecci (designed by NIO Architecten Rotterdam, and inaugurated last fall) is a ring-shaped volume clad in golden aluminum, halfway between a UFO from a 1950s B-movie and the corporate headquarters of a German car brand, surrounded by an urban sprawl of office blocks, residential buildings,... continue reading

John Gerrard’s “X. laevis (Spacelab)”
SIMON PRESTON, New York
View of John Gerrard's "X. laevis (Spacelab)," Simon Preston Gallery, New York.

by LAURA MCLEAN-FERRIS

Where is the bright line between life and the simulation of life? And what then are the criteria for assessing aliveness? These questions are forever reconstituted and assessed anew at life’s fringes—around automata, the dead, artificial intelligence. 2017’s prestige AI television series Westworld is only the most recent thinking-through of... continue reading

“Ways of the Hand”
MAISTERRAVALBUENA, Lisbon
View of “Ways of the Hand,” Maisterravalbuena, Lisbon, 2017.

by SOFIA LEMOS

When lost for words, hands are tools to point, wave, and otherwise indicate meaning. While much of this form of communication is intuitive, firsthand knowledge is highly performative: as hands trace airborne paths, their gestures form recognizable patterns that may relay receptiveness or fear, in a cognizant yet affective process... continue reading

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