Common Knowledge – Design in Times of the Information Crisis opens in Dresden
The central exhibition of BIO26 opens at the Kunstgewerbemuseum (Museum of Decorative Arts) of the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden.
Fotopub Catalogue 2019 is out
The 2019's catalogue of projects by Fotopub Association of Contemporary Culture is published, freshly printed, and released online.
Selfish Machines 2.0 opens at osmo/za project space in Ljubljana
The project was made in collaboration with Matic Potočnik and produced by Zavod Projekt Atol.
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Common Knowledge of the 26th Biennial of Design (BIO 26)
Selfish Machines 1.2 is part of the Common Knowledge exhibition of BIO 26 at the Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana. Focusing on the interrelations between the multidimensional information crisis and citizenship, the exhibition is curated by Austrian design curator and cultural producer Thomas Geisler together with assistant curator Aline Lara Rezende.
Tense Present international exhibition opens at Kibla Portal
Reconfigured project is presented together with works by Forensic Architecture, YoHa – Graham Harwood and Matsuko Yokokoji, Salvatore Vitale, Mladen Miljanović, Michael Takeo Magruder and more. Curated by Aleksandra Kostič, Živa Kleindienst and Peter Tomaž Dobrila, Tense Present calls attention to the critical importance of the 'here and now', in a time when it is increasingly popular to be selling the future.
Automated Ecologies of the 25th International Festival of Computer Arts
The international exhibition Automated Ecologies, curated by Tjaša Pogačar, opens at IFCA25. The festival commissioned Selfish Machines 1.2, which will be presented alongside terra0, Paul Kolling, Paul Seidler, Max Hampshire, Špela Petrič and more.
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Seeing I at Ars Electronica 2019
The seven-day trial run and exhibition of the Seeing I project at the Atelierhaus Salzamt in Linz is part of the 2019's Ars Electronica Festival: Out of the Box – The Midlife Crisis of the Digital Revolution.
Fotopub listed as the best of in The Guardian
Fotopub was named one of the best international photography galleries by Brett Rogers, the director of London’s Photographers’ Gallery, for The Guardian.