Marc Lee’s 10.000 Moving Cities has been mentioned in a Kunstforum essay on art and dystopia (article in German).
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Marc Lee’s 10.000 Moving Cities has been mentioned in a Kunstforum essay on art and dystopia (article in German).
Molly Soda has been featured by Rosalind Duguid in her article Got Cabin Fever? Explore the Art of Looking Through Windows for Elephant.
Metal Magazine has published an interview with Stine Deja focusing on her most recent projects.
LALA Magazine print a feature on Gretchen Andrew discussing her work with David Eddington.
Art-Lovers Movie Club has featured Stine Deja’s 4K Zen as part of their weekly artist video spotlight on ArtReview.
Juan Marco Torres from White Hot Magazine writes on Gretchen Andrew’s relationship with the internet and her work.
FAD Magazine has featured a series of Zoom talks between Ai-Da and artist Sadie Clayton.
Gretchen Andrew has been interviewed by Kate Mcilwee, editor at FAD Magazine.
Queer Direct has interviewed Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, resulting in an in-depth conversation about growing up with video games, their dream archive, and how the art world can support Black trans artists.
An extensive survey of American Reflexxx, Signe Pierce and Allie Coates’ video work, has been published on 21st Century Digital Art. The article exposes a thorough analysis of the video, underlining the visual and thematic influences that inspired it and the social and political issues it unveils.
i-D have profiled Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley’s latest project, ‘WE ARE HERE BECAUSE OF THOSE THAT ARE NOT’, a video game celebrating Black trans lives.
Stine Deja’s Last Resort, the last show with Annka Kultys, has been featured on Galleries Now.
Last Resort, Stine Deja’s fourth exhibition with Annka Kultys, has been featured in TZVETNIK.
Laura Netz, contributor at CLOT Magazine, features Stine Deja’s work Cryptic Ruins in her article, in relation to Deja’s participation in the show Hyper Functional, Ultra Healthy at Somerset House.
Stine Deja’s work is featured in the article Digital. Virtuell. Posthuman? by Magdalena Kröner (article in German).
Ai-Da Robot has been interviewed by editor Geraldine Wharry, a future trend forecaster, for Dazed Digital in a conversation that covers Ai-Da’s practice, inspirations and questions about the human sense of community.
Signe Pierce’s performance at Art Basel Miami has been singled out as an “epic highlight” of the entertainment programme.
Signe Pierce has been mentioned in The Guardian for her music performance in Miami, Florida, during Art Basel Miami. Pierce performed her new music single Do You Wanna Be Alive? together with exhibitions by well-known artists and DJs Grimes, Sophie and Nina Kraviz.
Signe Pierce has been the subject of an in-depth university paper on nostalgia in the post-internet era (article in Portuguese).
Jacob Lomas at Art She Says interviews Gretchen Andrew.
Ai-Da has been mentioned in writer Chris Fite-Wassilak’s essay about the relationship between AI and creativity, and about its legitimacy in the art world.
Ai-Da Robot has hosted a workshop at Tate Exchange, together with artist Sadie Clayton called Black Creativity & Technology, which has been covered by It’s Nice That Magazine.
Signe Pierce has sat down for a candid interview with Ralph Arida of Plastik Magazine to discuss the current state of pop culture and fine art.
Signe Pierce has been interviewed on the “Health is Hell” podcast series about living in the Matrix, the perks of being ‘lowbrow,’ and how to use overt sexuality to communicate intellect (if you want).
Gretchen Andrew is featured in a DAZED article by Gunseli Yalcinkaya.
BBZ. BLK. BK. have interviewed Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley to coincide with the 2019 Alternative Graduate showcase.
Gretchen Andrew has been recently featured in an article for WePresent.
Marc Lee’s 10.000 Moving Cities, exhibited as part of a Freisinger Schafhof exhibition, has been mentioned in an article analysing the show’s urbanity, globalization and the contradiction of analogue and virtual worlds (article in German).
Signe Pierce has been interviewed by Alice Bucknell in MOUSSE Magazine, where the writer and artist discuss Pierce’s self-definition as a ‘reality artist’ in an increasingly digital and virtual field.
Aaron Scheer has been interviewed by gallerytalk.net about early experiments with his parents’ printer and criticising the zeitgeist (article in German).
TIME has published a detailed survey of Ai-Da and her artistic practice.
Signe Pierce’s new essay, “15 Million Minutes of Fame”, exploring the role of art in our current era of hyperconnection, has been published on Bauhaus 100 in the occasion of the art movement and school’s centenary.
Coinciding with Stine Deja’s last installation in the Danish sports center Holbæk Sportsby, the editors Rikke Luna and Matias from I Do Art.dk reveal the challenges Deja encountered when perceiving the project, and the research opportunities of exhibiting in such a peculiar, unexpected setting (article in Danish).
Frieze’s editor Dan Fox wrote an article about Ai-Da, after his participation in the unveiling of the AI humanoid artist in Oxford, UK.
In an interview for Musée Magazine, Signe Pierce has spoken with Lara Pan about her video works and series of distorted, liquid selfies, as well as her mantra “I’ll do anything for art”.
Ai-Da Robot has been featured in an Artsy blog post about her process.
Artnet has featured an article on Ai-Da’s exhibition Unsecured Futures at Oxford University, as well as an in-depth interview with her creators.
Widewalls has interviewed Ai-Da Robot’s creator, Aidan Meller, about the significance of the first humanoid robot artist..
On the occasion of their nomination for the Remmen Foundation Art Prize 2019 for Synthetic Seduction, their show at Annka Kultys Gallery in March 2018, Stine Deja and Marie Munk have been featured by Stine Hansen as “tomorrow’s stars in the arts” (article in Danish).
The Los Angeles Magazine’s Catherine Womack features Gretchen Andrew in an article during Frieze Los Angeles 2019.
On the occasion of her solo exhibition REFLEXXXIONS at EIGEN + ART Lab in Berlin, Signe Pierce has been interviewed by the German, online magazine mus.er.me.ku (article in German).
Gretchen Andrew talks to Medium Magazine about optimising search results for diversity and visualising hope.
Molly Soda’s new video game titled Wrong Box has been featured as one of the 10 best games of the Game Developers Conference 2019 in Paste Magazine article.
Signe Pierce has been featured in the Zabludowicz Collection group show, World Receivers, alongside 15 other artists including Cindy Sherman and Issy Wood.
A new article on Design Your Trust explores Signe Pierce’s use of Instagram and of her characteristic neon, hyper-saturated aesthetic.
The LA Times interviews Gretchen Andrew about hacking the Frieze art fair.
Gretchen Andrew is featured in The Los Angeles Times.
V Magazine editor Hannah Hightman has featured Molly Soda in the publication, on the occasion of the release of her new videogame titled Wrong Box.
Matt Stromberg from Hyperallergic writes about Gretchen Andrew’s latest online performance on the occasion of Frieze Los Angeles.
Caroline Goldstein writes a dedicated article in Artnet News on Gretchen Andrew’s work during Frieze Los Angeles 2019.
Signe Pierce has given a lecture at the SMU Meadows Division of Art as part of their visiting artist lecture series, spanning September 2018 – April 2019.
Not for Real has written an article on the collaboration between Flora Miranda and Signe Pierce (article in German).
Aaron Scheer has been interviewed by Painting at the End of the World about the techno-religious cult of Silicon Valley and how losing all the works on his hard drive inspired him to be a better artist.
Rui Lin’s exhibition, included in the second week of CACOTOPIA 03, was reviewed by Sean Worrall in Organ Thing.
Stine Deja’s series of videos Hard Core, Soft Body has been featured in Pylon Hub on the occasion of her recent installation at Schimmel Projects Art Centre, Dresden.
Wall Street International has featured Aaron Scheer’s first solo exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Gretchen Andrew collaborates with Imperica Magazine to talk about how Google exacerbates the Internet’s sexism.
Marton Nemes’ exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, part of Cacotopia 03, has been reviewed by Sean Worrall at Organ Thing.
Yumiko Sakuma has written an article for Numero TOKYO’s 127th issue that speaks about Signe Pierce and her oeuvre as a reality artist (article in Japanese).
Katharina Hoi has reviewed Artificial Paradise for Kulturwoche, a group show at the KM Künstlerhaus featuring work from Olga Fedorova, writing that the lenticular prints “appear three-dimensional due to the tilting effect” (article in German).
The Washington Post has reviewed the National Portrait Gallery’s new exhibition Eye to I: Self-Portraits From 1900 to Today, which includes the video work by Molly Soda Who’s Sorry Now.
Magali Nachtergael has written an article titled Vue sur chambre for Simone, an annual newspaper, in which the author profiles and compares Molly Soda with Amalia Ulman (article in French).
Wall Street International has featured Impressions, Jillian Mayer’s first solo exhibition at AKG. Through videos, sculptures, online experiences, photography, performances, and installations, Mayer explores how technology affects our lives, bodies, and identities. You can find Wall Street International‘s listing here.
Olga Fedorova’s digital artworks have been disseminated in an article by VIVISXN DIGITAL, an alternative news and culture portal. The writer speaks about digital Dadaism, 3D software and her previous exhibition at AKG, Short Term Memories. Read the post on their website here.
Jonathan Weinel at Oxford University Press has written a paper in which Gretchen Andrew is mentioned.
Gallerist Nathalie Halgand spotlights Signe Pierce as the next rising star in the art world in an interview with Office Magazine.
Artnet News has reviewed the The Museum of Pizza’s pop up exhibition, including Signe Pierce and Emma Stern’s Pizza Vortex, calling it “a wild 3-D animation projected and reflected in mylar mirrors, famous sculptures and pop culture icons swirling around in a portal that opens up into pizzas past, present, and future”.
VICE has reviewed the The Museum of Pizza’s pop up exhibition, including Signe Pierce and Emma Stern’s Pizza Vortex, labelling it “a hypnotic 3D-animated pizza tunnel that ricochets off the walls of the reflective room that encases it”.
Works by Signe Pierce have been featured in Mindstate Malibu, a new book edited by Joshua Groß, Johannes Hertwig and Andy Kassier (in German).
Mousse Magazine has featured Short Term Memories, Olga Fedorova’s second solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery. The show features sculptures, made from granite but in the form of large scale USB drives, which have the potential to be construed as gravestones to the analogue era. To check out the listing, click here.
Signe Pierce’s performative contribution A glitch in the echo chamber of big sister’s cave to ANTI, the 6th Athens Biennale, has been featured on Daily Lazy.
Olga Fedorova’s current exhibition Short Term Memories featured on TZVETNIK. See the complete feature here.
Paul Carey-Kent mentioned Olga Fedorova’s exhibition ‘Short Term Memories’ on his Instagram account. See the post here.
The Selfridges Eye, a monthly round-up of us news, future trends and awe-inspiring innovations in the world of art and culture, has featured Olga Fedorova’s current exhibition at AKG, Short Term Memories. The author writes: “Most of us today probably own more digital belongings than physical ones. If you count up the amount of photos, Word docs, MP3s and other digital detritus that you’ve gathered over the years, you’d be amazed at the overwhelming quantity of stuff. And, as morbid as this is, that digital presence will long outlive you. Olga Fedorova’s latest show is a dialogue with that idea; the artist bringing it to life by using sculpture to bridge the connection between the humble USB stick and the morbid gravestone.” To read the full article, click here.
Irina Papadimitriou shares the news of the publication of Search Engine Art, a collaborative project between Gretchen Andrew and Digital Futures.
It’s Nice That has spoken to Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley on using work as self-help, the importance of sound and music to her artistic production, and the terms of inclusion for Black trans people in video games.
Multimedia artists Signe Pierce and Emma Stern have contributed a “Pizza Vortex,” a fluorescent black-light room featuring a 3-D video installation, to the The Museum of Pizza, scheduled to be open from 13 – 28 October 2018.
Wall Street International has featured Short Term Memories, Olga Fedorova’s second solo exhibition at AKG. Implicit in the show is the idea of memory, asking what imprint the human race will leave on earth after it inevitably passes away.. You can find Wall Street International‘s listing here.
Olga Fedorova’s current exhibition Short Term Memories is featured on Galleries Now. See the feature here.
artnet News mentions Molly Soda in an article about young artists’ strategies to get attention and sponsorship outside their gallery space. The author writes: “While making compelling artworks online is certainly a great way to garner a large and dedicated following, it’s not exactly the road to riches. So it makes perfect sense that Soda would make an account on Drip to ask her followers for financial support in exchange for her content”. Read the article here.
Frieze has featured a photograph of Olga Fedorova’s White dog as promotion for the exhibition Artificial Paradise? Immersion in Space and Time at The Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien in Austria. To see the feature, click here.
Time Out has featured Short Term Memories, Olga Fedorova’s second solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery. The artist uses 3D digital rendering software to create deeply unsettling cyber women/mannequins that inhabit various imagined spaces. To check out the listing, click here.
DROOL Creatives has featured Short Term Memories, Olga Fedorova’s second solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery. The exhibition features three large scale prints on glass, a video on a new type of transparent glass screen that the artist has developed, and three granite sculptures. To check out the listing, click here.
Gretchen Andrew speaks to Artillery Magazine about infiltrating Google Images with her paintings.
AKG Summer exhibition Terms and Conditions May Apply artists Shamus Clisset, Marion Balac, Fabio Lattanzi Antinori, Alyssa Davis, Tom Galle, Moises Sanabria and Jillian Mayer have been asked five questions by DATEAGLEART about their work on view at the gallery. Read the interviews here.
AKG Summer exhibition Terms and Conditions May Apply curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight is featured on Tzvetnik. The exhibition features Fabio Lattanzi Antinori, Marion Balac, Bob Bicknell-Knight, Patrick Colhoun, Shamus Clisset, Alyssa Davis, Tom Galle, James Irwin, Jason Isolini, Jillian Mayer, Rosa-Maria Nuutinen, Moises Sanabria, Lotte Rose Kjær Skau, Owen Thackeray and Addie Wagenknecht. More information can be found here.
AKG Summer exhibition Terms and Conditions May Apply is featured on Galleries Now. See the feature here.
DROOL Creatives has featured AKG Summer exhibition Terms and Conditions May Apply curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight. The exhibition will include sculptures, videos, simulations, drawings, paintings and prints from 15 national and international artists. To check out the listing, click here.
Signe Pierce has been featured in an i-D article on contemporary culture’s obsession with neon across all forms of visual culture.
The Steidz has reviewed Data Dating at Galerie Charlot, featuring works from !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Adam Basanta, Addie Wagenknecht, Jeroen van Loon, John Yuyi, Moises Sanabria, Olga Fedorova, Pablo Garcia, Thomas Israël, Tom Galle, Zach Gage. Henri Guette writes that Olga Fedorova’s works “can allow us to reinvest loneliness”. To read the full review, click here.
Synthetic Seduction was reviewed by Indira Béraud in Widewalls.
Aaron Scheer has been interviewed about his practice during a studio visit by Dataeagle.art.
During a recent studio visit, DATEAGLEART got behind the frustrations of Dominic Dispirito, and discussed how his art can be used for positive change. The artist portrays authentic experiences of growing up in a British working-class environment, and believes that this topic is not being spoken about enough. Read the full interview here.
Dominic Dispirito’s first solo exhibition with AKG In the Garden, Council Housed and Violent is featured on Mousse magazine. The exhibition is on view at AKG through Saturday 28 July 2018. See the complete feature here.
Digital Objects has just published an interview with Molly Soda, who has recently been chosen as Digital Objects’ featured artist. Speaking about the site specificity of digital native content, Soda says: “Nothing will ever capture the full scope of interacting with something online. I’ve always felt that my work is best viewed from the comfort of your own home via your personal device. The work is about the Internet and needs to live on the Internet and evolve with the changing landscape, the comments, and the eventual decline of certain websites.” You can find the full interview here.
Gretchen Andrew writes a paper published with The British Computer Society on the extent to which bias is entrenched in Google’s search results.
Drip has just posted a new article and video interview with Molly Soda on Medium. In the interview, Soda discusses the role of audience engagement in her work, and how important it is for her to receive positive feedback. You can find the full interview here.
For the second month in a row, an Annka Kultys Gallery exhibition has been selected as one of Hackney Citizen’s top East End Exhibitions. Making an interesting connection between the current show, Dominic Dispirito’s In the Garden, Council Housed and Violent, and the previous show, Molly Soda’s Me and My Gurls, the author Andrew Barnes writes: “Annka Kultys Gallery is hosting another digital artist whose work would be literally unimaginable mere decades ago. Where Soda utilised her internet presence to bring viewers inside her personal Panopticon, Dominic Dispirito is concerned with how others are viewed and vilified, namely the British ‘chav.’” In the Garden, Council Housed and Violent will remain on view through 28 July. You can read the full article here.
A work by Molly Soda is included in the sixth edition of Carriage Trade’s exhibition and benefit auction Social Photography. Exploring the ways in which mobile photography has developed from a novelty feature of flip phones to a critical function by which smart phones serve as recorders of our daily lives, the show examines the role of cell phone photography in modern society. Other participants in the exhibition include Tracey Emin, Dan Graham and Hal Foster, among many more. Social Photography VI will open at Carriage Trade in New York City on 10 July. For more information and to purchase prints of Soda’s work online, click here.