Activist Neuroaesthetic
Filmscreening im Babylon

with films by The Telepathy Project (Veronica Kent and Sean Peoples), Benjamin Denham, Shoufay Derz, Tabita Rezaire, Gabriele Stellbaum, Lorenzo Sandoval, Haines & Hinterding, Jacquelene Drinkall, Sarah Breen Lovett, Anna Munster (in collaboration with Michele Barker), Linda Dement and Nancy Mauro-Flude, a.o.                                               Tickets are free but need to be booked in advance: https://babylonberlin.eu/film/3955-activist-neuroaesthetics-further-explorations-of   Activist… Activist Neuroaesthetic
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Home, sweet home … oder unterdrückte, wertkonservative Sehnsucht

 16.9.- 2.10.2021  |  Mi-Fr / Wed-Fri 14-19 h + nach Vereinbarung / upon appointment | Aufgrund einer privaten Veranstaltung  ist am 24.9.21 nur bis 17 h geöffnet mit Arbeiten von /with works by Kathryn Andrews, Fehmi Baumbach, Thomas Baldischwyler, Dirk Bell, Michael Beutler, Thomas Demand, Anna Fasshauer, Philipp Fürhofer, Martin Kippenberger, Elke Krystufek, Dominik Steiner,… Home, sweet home … oder unterdrückte, wertkonservative Sehnsucht weiterlesen

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Woo Chang Won ‚Sil(h)ence‘

Curated by Chiara Valci Mazzara, Co-curated by Hyein Park October 9 — 29, 2021  |  Wed-Sat 14-18 h With this exhibition, hosted by the Kunstverein, continues the loose series of presentations of artistic positions from Korea begun in 2019. Bilder von/images  by Markus Rack / marcusrack.com Project funded by Alexander Tutsek – Stiftung The exhibition… Woo Chang Won ‚Sil(h)ence‘ weiterlesen

Activist Neuroaesthetics / Can Art Change the Brain

The 21st century is the century of the brain. This can have both exciting and terrifying implications. New discoveries in neuroscience concerning neural plasticity and epigenesis have become entangled with new technologies like Brain Computer Interfaces., as well as the Internet and Virtual Reality. The term Activist Neuroaesthetics is a discursive art practice that challenges the… Activist Neuroaesthetics / Can Art Change the Brain weiterlesen

Maurizio Elletrico, An ephemeral banquet for the invisible guest: waiting for the bio-aristocrat

Solo show, Site specific installations and new works inspired by the first volume of the saga written by the artist ‘The squirrel and the Grail’ Curated by Chiara Valci Mazzara, Fondazione Morra resident curator and Susanne Prinz, Kunstverein am Rosa Luxemburg Platz Hosted by Kunstverein am Rosa Luxemburg Platz In collaboration with Fondazione Morra, Naples… Maurizio Elletrico, An ephemeral banquet for the invisible guest: waiting for the bio-aristocrat weiterlesen

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