via wowgreat: geometrica: exhibitions and fair stands for unika vaev by verner panton, 1960
The Root Of The Root
@mariuswatz, @aarontweets and @mrprudence at the @devotiongallery via creativeapplications.net
by Cecil Balmond at Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, “the exhibition presents Balmond’s thinking about geometry, pattern and space through three installations.” via dezeen
by biothing, Alisa Andrasek, 2010. exhibition catalog “[..] Alisa Andrasek and her biothing laboratory (created in 2001) are exploring a new “materiality” of architecture, on the frontier between biology, mathematics and genetics.”
Exhibition at Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna. “The specific architectural objects are derived from design practices—exemplified by the work of Alisa Andraschek biothing, Hernan Diaz Alonso Xefirotarch, Greg Lynn FORM, Neri Oxman MATERIALECOLOGY, Aranda\Lasch and R&Sie(n)—that utilize the performative powers of algorithms and advanced geometry.”
image: R&Sie(n) / François Roche and Stéphanie Lavaux thegardenofearthlydelights, 2008. Glass dripping in mould by cnc machine.
via seed magazine
iCI Traveling Exhibition Experimental Geography
“Daniel Quiles: How did the idea for the Experimental Geography exhibition come about?
Nato Thompson: [..] Looking around the contemporary art world today, we find numerous practices interested in experimental methods for understanding space itself—from the important work of the Center for Land Use Interpretation in Culver City, California, to the experimental walking tours of Francis Alÿs in Mexico City, to poetic interpretations confounding body and place such as with artist Ilana Halperin. The practices are out there and it felt as though the often used lens of art history was simply clunky in interpreting this work. So the exhibition is an opportunity to construct a new lens from an emerging form.” (interview with nato thompson)
via my delicious network
Gallery Sonja Roesch, An exhibition examining pattern painting in the information age. “The title of the exhibition, Machine Learning, is inspired by a part of artificial intelligence concerned with the development of algorithms that allow computers to “learn”. Machine learning recognizes patterns within massive sets of information and has a wide range of real-world applications, the most ubiquitous of which is the Internet search engine.”
via MINUS SPACE
Op Art Revisited
Selections from the Albright-Knox Gallery. Image, Olafur Eliasson, Tripe Ripple, 2004.
“The foundation of Op art can be traced to the German artist, mathematician, and educator Josef Albers who, beginning in the 1930s, was one of the first artists to explore the psychological effects of color and space and consider how they react with one another when processed by the human eye.”
via Exhibitions at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery
frozen exhibition. marius watz, andreas nicolas fischer, benjamin maus, daniel widrig, shajay booshan, leander herzog.