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÷ »Fair Assembly« - A Project Curated by Steve Dietz :: Artists and other interested parties are invited to submit projects to the Fair Assembly database. The open database is not about transparency, however. Not only is this impossible - its protocols and machine-readable languages are literally meaningless to humans unless mediated - but it is undesirable. Not everything will be accepted into the database but only some things - projects that are matters of concern for Making Things Public. The following questions are asked: Is your project - or was it - an innovation? Does it lie at the intersection of information gathering and opinion making? Does it make a difference, no matter how small, to the question of democracy? Can it be »exported,« at least conceptually, for use or comparison in other domains other than the one for which it is currently designed?
Fair Assembly was curated by Steve Dietz for Making Things Public.
÷ »Interviewstream« - Conversations with cultural producers working with or linked to ZKM :: Interviewstream is slowly building an archive of conversations with cultural producers in the context of ZKM. Interviewstream is online at http://interviewstream.zkm.de and we hope to get some suggestions and comments. Latest issue: Antoni Muntadas and Mark Wigley.
:: ZKM Exhibitions
÷ Masterpieces of Media Art from the
ZKM_Collection :: The exhibition presents a panorama of
media art from its early days in the 1950s up to current net art, which no other museum in the world has to offer [more]
÷ The Algorithmic Revoluion and World of Games: reloaded :: Over the past 50 years, algorithmic decision-making processes have come very much to the fore as a result of the universal use of computers in all fields of cultural literacy - from architecture to music, from literature to the fine arts, and from transport to management. The exhibition draws on the ZKM_Collection and selected loans in presenting an historical outline of this radical change in the fine arts, music, design, and architecture
÷ Screening War - On the representation of war in video art :: The Screening War exhibition looks at the war representation strategies to be found in video art and asks whether texts can be written that run counter to the communication of information by pictorial means. In addition to the presentation of current works the exhibition comprises a survey of the way in which war has been reflected in video art since the 1970s [more]
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