Google Art on Canvas is the exhibition wherewith the artist Luca Leggero presents his new works, the result of reflections on the newest ways to see artworks. For this series presented at ULTRA, the artist cut and zoomed parts of high-resolution images of some of the most famous paintings in art history, in order to show their more intimate and inaccessible grain, as defined by Roland Barthes. Starting with a study on the spectacularization of art, the artist has reflected on the mediation process the artworks face when they are filmed and photographed with the newest technology.
Supertrash – which borrows the title from the first overview exhibition of Sedlaček's work, made in Slovenia in 2011 – presents a selection of projects from the last decade. Starting in 2001, Sedlaček developed a rich body of work, generally defined by theories of disposal and the use and reuse of cheap technologies and waste materials. His practical and humorous works result from a subversive recycling of scientific, legal, or technological facts and employing DIY (do-it-yourself) and collaborative methods.
The six drones of the first part of the INTERNET DRONES, which ended on the 14th of March, fly away making space for other seven drones: Miyo Van Stenis, Marco Cadioli, Jeremy Bailey, IOCOSE, Nick Briz, Gerhardt Rubio Swaneck and Kamilia Kard. Politics, new forms of revolution, satellite sights, customization of art and new situation where to view it thanks to the aid of lastest generation of digital media. Ironic warlike interrogative, research of codes for a new aesthetics, mash-up and glitches, those are the hashtags of this INTERNET DRONES, second part, curated by Kamilia Kard. The show will take off on Suturday 21st of March at 6.00pm _ULTRA c/o eflux studio Udine (IT).
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