At the core of 'The Revolution Will Not Be Automated,' artist Clemens Schöll presents a 17-minute fully automated puppet theater exploring automation's impact on Berlin apartment hunting.
Kybersonic meets Vision' by Wolfgang Spahn breathes life into analog cybernetic networks through feedback, oscillation, and self-regulating systems.
metaworse' is a six-channel video art installation by grotesk.group, offering a critique of a questionable wishful thinking and the escape of narcissists to their beloved reality at any cost.
Maria Vedder delves into 1930s National Socialist THINGSTÄTTEN with her artwork using drone footage, critically addressing Germany's historical treatment.
HYSTERESIS by Dani Ploeger exhibits a bumper car modified with Zeeland's car tuning subculture, featuring a VR headset and video projection.
Figur Variationen exhibition comprises six video art films, a costume, and six aquarelles. Aschenbrenner's works explore existential themes, blending performance and art.
Shir Handelsman’s Stress Fractors challenging norms as an "anti-hero." A surreal take on daily life, adding abstract depth.
Anna Anders' 'Protection' quietly contemplates the theme of safeguarding through photos and videos, contrasting everyday security with vulnerable moments, sparking cultural safety debates
Marlot Meyer's Touch Ground Sim-biocene explores a harmonious coexistence of humans, nature, and technology, inviting sensory engagement in our space.
"Emotionally Confronted Through Distance" Group Exhibition explores emotional impact and questions how remote interaction has transformed our perception
The Age of the Digital Aura? delves into NFT's impact on the digital art world. Marie Molins discusses the technical and philosophical aspects of NFT's.
NFT, Don't Mind Me: Artists Navigate the Ambiguous NFT Bubble," treading carefully between recognition and skepticism in the digital art realm.
Verhalten Sie sich leise, leise, leise": An Art Claims Impulse online exhibition featuring Marc Aschenbrenner, Jörg Piringer, and Wolfgang Spahn. Artists' introductions included.
Welt, gute Nacht, features artists Shir Handelsman and Marc Aschenbrenner, capturing the pandemic's gravity, absurdity, and hope for a brighter future.
He Told Me to Remain Silent, showcases Dave Ball and Jörg Piringer's language visualization: digital sound poems and dictionary visualizations
On Frail Ground evokes existential fragility as cement monuments face nature's forces, revealing traces of human existence, fostering a new hybrid.
Self-Similar and Strange, by Wolfgang Spahn explores generative systems for sound and projections, utilizing chaotic fractals. The work blurs boundaries between chaos and order.
Bruch|Stücke II" shifts focus to live performances. Unlike the first edition, this presents live or recorded art engaging with surroundings.
Reflective Interventions 2011," curated by Art Claims Impulse, explores navigating virtual and material worlds, addressing journalism, interaction, and value in contemporary discourse
Dazzling & Haunted, Artwork embodies a relentless quest for perfection, recognition, and redemption, confronting attrition with humor and hope. The audience reflects on human existence.