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2018.04.05 Thu, by

Soils, Séances, Sciences and Politics On the Posthuman and New Materialism

With this jubilation we introduce the volume and discuss its topics with focus on dualisms and monism and what might they mean for our environments, technology, politics and our co-beings- material and immaterial. >> Read more
2017.09.20 Wed, by

We Cordially Invite You to Soils, Séances, Sciences and Politics (SSSP)-Seminar on the Posthuman and New Materialism

SSSP was conceived by Kristiina Koskentola and Institute for Provocation (IFP) and is generously being hosted by the Goethe-Institut, Beijing. >> Read more
2017.12.10 Sun, by

2017 Leonardo Art, Science and Technology Lecture Series | Automatic Art, Automated Trading

In cultural representations of artificial intelligence and automated trading, the work of Jackson Pollock has emerged as an unlikely inspiration for the technological innovations that have drastically transformed the economy and, by extension, the world. This lecture will investigate further the connection between one of the most abstract and complex domains of finance, automated or “black box” trading, and the abstract expressionism (ab-ex) of what is sometimes characterized as Pollock’s “automatic art”. >> Read more
2016.07.08 Fri, by

Leonardo Art, Science and Technology Lecture Series 2016 FROM SENSORS TO SENSATION: The “Sensory Turn” in Contemporary Art

While the role of new technologies has often been downplayed in many art historical accounts of sensory environments in the visual arts >> Read more
Think, 2017.09.26 Tue, by

New Materialism Introduction
What May I Hope For?

(中文) 在学术界,革命和激进的思想是通过与学者和学术传统的某种约定(engagement)实现的,而这些学者和传统则来自于受到册封的过去。当代人阅读、或者更为通常的情形是重读旧文,从而产生了无法落入这些文本之主流被接受情形的“新”解读。 >> Read more
Think, 2017.09.20 Wed, by

What is Insect Media?

Insects are more than creepy-crawly bugs; they are also a central reference point of so much of network culture, from talk of hive minds and distributed networks to algorithms that function like ant colonies; some refer to our cognitive capitalist practices as “pollen society”. >> Read more
Think, 2016.08.16 Tue, by

Felix Gonzalez-Torres’ First Major Solo Exhibition in China to be presented by Rockbund Art Museum

The Rockbund Art Museum is honored to present the first solo exhibition of the influential international artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres (1957-1996) in Greater China. >> Read more
Think, 2015.09.17 Thu, by

Nam June Paik: The Late Style (1996–2006)

Randian is pleased to share an essay by leading Nam June Paik scholar, John G. Hanhardt, commissioned by Gagosian Gallery for the exhibition catalogue. >> Read more
访谈, 2014.10.29 Wed, by

Jia in Conversation with Paul Gladston

Jia 嘉 is an artist who lives and works in Berlin. She was born in Beijing where she studied architecture, performance and literature. Jia reflects on her development as an artist, the problems of translating artistic practice between differing social and cultural contexts and the intended critical significance of her work... >> Read more
History & Theory, 2009.03.09 Mon, by

Spheres of Influence

The Westerners are skilled in geometry, and consequently there is no the slightest mistake in their way of rendering light and shade [yang-yin] and distance (near and far). When they paint houses on a wall people are tempted to walk into them . . . Students of painting may well take over one or two points from them to make their own paintings more attractive to the eye. >> Read more