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September 2018

Distant Skies: Pressure Waves by Kathy Hinde and Daniel Skoglund (Graz, Austria)

September 29 - November 16
esc medien kunst labor gallery, Bürgergasse 5
Graz, 8010 Austria

Phase Transition, a sculptural sound installation, blends the natural noise of dripping water from ice cubes melting at different rates with artificial, metallic sounds to create floating or pulsating tones at low frequencies. The exhibition space is flooded with sound waves: these flow, rise and ebb like water, in patterns that cannot be predicted. Developed especially for esc medien kunst labor, the installation In Flight consists of cyborg-like origami birds. Suspended from the ceiling, they seem to be gliding off…

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KINETIC ENERGY: Art That Won’t Sit Still (Glendale, California)

September 29, 2018 - March 31, 2019
Museum of Neon Art (MONA), 216 S Brand Blvd
Glendale, CA 91204 United States

Group Exhibition featuring Kinetic Sculpture, Animated Neon, and Plasma

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WA Now – Biomess – The Tissue Culture & Art Project (Oron Catts / Ionat Zurr) (Perth, Australia)

September 29 - December 3
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Cultural Centre
Perth, Australia

Based at the University of Western Australia, SymbioticA hosted the research of The Tissue Culture and Art Project (Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr). The artists have been exploring the intersections of science and art since 1996. Together, and with their expanded team of artists and scientists, they explore the creative and ethical implications of developments in the biological sciences. They investigate about what science is doing, what it is capable of, and how our conceptions of life might be altered…

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Yunchul Kim: Dawns, Mine, Crystal (London, England)

September 29 - November 3
Korean Cultural Centre UK, Grand Buildings, 1 - 3 Strand
London, England WC2N 5BW United Kingdom

The Korean Cultural Centre, London (KCCUK) presents Dawns, Mine, Crystal, the first UK solo exhibition from South Korean artist Yunchul Kim. The exhibition marks Kim’s nomination as ‘2018 Artist of the Year’, KCCUK’s major annual award programme. Working within the realms of contemporary art, science and visual effects, the exhibition comprises installations, drawings and sketchbooks and premieres the new work Cascade (2018), a joint commission by KCCUK, FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, Liverpool) and Arts at CERN. Cascade…

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Island6 – Disaster Diaries (Shanghai, China)

September 30 - December 30
island6 Main Space, 50 Moganshan Road, building #6, 2/F
Shanghai, China

SYNOPSIS When it comes to a catastrophe of a global scale, be it a natural disaster, an asteroid, alien invasion or a tsunami, the chances that we’ll have enough time to escape are slim. Whether it will be the evacuation sonar sirens, breaking news reports or a sudden tweet that will inform us about the disaster, it will only confuse us if not demotivate us to behave rationally. Most likely, we’ll get the notice not earlier than 24 hours before…

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THE MOON: From Inner Worlds to Outer Space (Humlebæk, Denmark)

September 30, 2018 - January 20, 2019
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Gl Strandvej 13
Humlebæk, 3050 Denmark

From painting to virtual reality, superstition to science, myths to missions, fantasies to space colonies, join Louisiana on a trip to the Moon – into space and into ourselves. ARTnews has already called THE MOON the most intriguing show of the season. This large-scale exhibition at Louisiana highlights the role, the importance and the fascinating power of the Moon. The exhibition presents more than 200 works and objects—and show how the round white disc is reflected in our art and…

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October 2018

Spatial Reality: Artists Explore the Future of XR (Pasadena, California)

October 12 - October 28
sp[a]ce, 39 E. Walnut St.
Pasadena, CA 91103 United States
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XR—a spectrum of ‘extended’ reality that includes virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR)—three-dimensionalizes the virtual world. After a half-century of computing in 2D, we are suddenly adding in the full expression of our bodies and our understanding of space.

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New Nature by Marpi (Washington, DC)

October 12, 2018 - January 13, 2019
ARTECHOUSE – DC, 1238 Maryland Ave SW
Washington, DC 20024 United States

View this post on Instagram My first large scale solo show "New Nature" opens up October 12th at @ARTECHOUSE in DC 🇺🇸 3 months, multiple rooms, interactive displays, and all my organic explorations in one place 🌿 Link in bio 🔗 . . . #artechouse #artechousedc #newnature #newnaturedc #leapmotion #unity #madewithunity #interactive #interactiveart #artwork #digitalart #digitalsculpture #motion #design #motiondesign #animation #generativeart #generative #art #contemporaryart #newmedia #newmediaart #newmediaartist #marpi A post shared by Marpi (@marpi_) on Sep 5, 2018 at 10:10am…

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Byron Bay Film Festival (BBFF) 2018 (Australia)

October 12 - October 21

BBFF has been introducing Filmmakers to VR since early 2014, in 2016 we officially added Immersive Content to our expansive program – offering both filmmakers and audiences the opportunity to experience the evolution of the film and technology relationship and to explore the new frontiers of story-telling and artistic expression. Each years we bring together a collection of some of the world’s best Augmented and Virtual Reality experiences to take attendees to other dimensions.

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Electric Desert: A Light and Sound Experience by Klip Collective (Phoenix, Arizona)

October 12, 2018 - May 12, 2019
Desert Botanical Garden, 1201 N. Galvin Parkway
Phoenix, AZ 85008 United States

We invite you to see desert, light and sound unite in a mesmerizing display like never before. Cactus and desert become a living canvas in this nighttime experience, taking visitors on an immersive journey through the Garden using light and original music. This is Klip Collective’s second garden installation; the first was at Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania. Electric Desert includes seven site-specific locations, with each experience inspired by and related to the Garden.

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