BÜNDNER KUNSTMUSEUM CHUR | 30 June 2018

Annka Kultys Gallery

Works by !Mediengruppe Bitnik have been included in the group exhibition, Always Different, Always the Same: An Essay on Art and Systems, on view through 11 November at the Bündner Kunstmuseum in Chur, Switzerland. Exploring the ways that systems give rise to art and culture, the exhibition includes a wide range of artists working across genres and time periods, including Carl Andre, John Baldessare, Angela Bulloch, Wade Guyton, On Kawara, Yves Klein, Donald Judd, Frank Stella and many more. For more information about the exhibition, click here.

PANKE GALLERY | 9 May 2018

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Collaborative works by !Mediengruppe Bitnik and Low Jack are included in a new dual-show alongside OMSK Social Club at Panke Gallery in Berlin. Entitled ALEXIETY, the show grapples with the alienation and uneasiness surrounding personal digital assistants like Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri, which simultaneously afford convenience while obscuring the algorithmic processes and modes of corporate surveillance embedded in their software and hardware. ALEXIETY will be on view at Panke Gallery in Berlin through June 2, 2018. For more information, click here.

HAUS DER ELEKTRONISCHEN KÜNSTE | 18 January 2018

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FUTURE LOVE. DESIRE AND KINSHIP IN HYPERNATURE

18 JANUARY – 15 APRIL 2018

HeK, BASEL, SWITZERLAND

Artists: Micha Cárdenas, Chloé Delarue, Olga Fedorova, Ed Fornieles, Joey Holder, Karen Lancel & Hermen Maat,  Mary Maggic, Dmitry Morozov, Špela Petrič, Wong Ping, Tabita Rezaire, Una Szeemann, Pinar Yoldas , !Mediengruppe Bitnik

Curator: Boris Magrini

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THE GLASS ROOM | 25 October 2017

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!Mediengruppe Bitnik’s work Ashley Madison Angels at Work in London (2017) will be on display at the pop-up exhibition space The Glass Room. The exhibition Looking into Your Online Life “challenges us to reconsider the internet technologies we use every day, and how much they reveal about us”. On view at The Glass Room, London until 12 November. 2017. More information can be found  here.