Beijing Media Art Biennale 2018新浪当代艺术丨【后生命话题】如何定义生命？如何定义未来生命？
Beijing Media Art Biennale 2018<后生命>北京媒体艺术双年展主题论坛内容合集
SAMAS : VOICE31 August 2018
TRANSHUMAN ART CRITICS: TRA INTELLIGENZE ARTIFICIALI E MUSICA ELETTRONICA
Primocanale, 22 July 2018
EMIL SCHULT AT THE READING FRINGEby Gideon Hall
This year the Reading Fringe festival ‘celebrates 10 years of friendship’ with it’s twin city Düsseldorf; having invited several high profile artists to come over, perform and talk about their work. Düsseldorf is located within the German Rhineland; an area that during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries saw rapid industrialisation and occupation, totalitarian tyranny and devastating bombardment. Images like these however do tend to obscure the fact that in the Postwar period, Düsseldorf was one of the settings for a creative reimagining of a Germany still reeling from defeat in the Second World War. This was something that those who grew up in the ruins of that most terrible conflict sought to build upon. Many were young, talented and filled with a conviction that placed great faith in the future by learning from the lessons of the past.
EMIL SCHULT AT SOUTH STREETThe Whitely Pumpby Evelyn Williams
Emil Schult’s programme at South Street on the evening of Saturday 22 July included a memorable piece of film from Düsseldorf in 1969 which he shot while he was a student at the Kunstakademie. Members of the audience who remember those times were immediately transported back to their own youth.
THE MAN WHO FUSED ART AND TECHNOLOGYThe New Europeanby Jools Stone
Artist Emil Schult is best known for his collaborations with Kraftwerk and his work shares an obsession with technology. But, as he tells JOOLS STONE, it’s still the human touch that matters most
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