Work by Molly Soda has been included in a new group show, Duty Free, curated by isthisit? director Bob Bicknell-Knight at Chelsea College of Arts in London. Grappling with ideas surrounding the corporatisation of public space, the show inquires into how capitalisation and utilisation of the internet as a space for corporate ownership affect the user within an increasingly gamified culture. Duty Free will remain on view through 23 June. For more information, click here .
isthisit? group exhibition i‘m sorry, i didn’t quite catch that, curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight, has been reviewed by AQNB. The show, which explores themes of digital death and automation, features works by !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Stine Deja, Marie Munk, Olga Fedorova and Dominic Dispirito. To read the full write-up, click here.
Tonight, a new group show curated by IsThisIt? director Bob Bicknell-Knight will open at Arebyte Gallery in London. Included in the show are works by !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Stine Deja, Marie Munk and Olga Mikh Fedorova. Entitled I’m sorry, I didn’t quite catch that, the show will explore themes of automated empathy, new age philosophy, digital death and the rise of artificial intelligence in contemporary society. For more information, click here.
Artist and writer John Bingham has featured Cacotopia 02 on his blog! The group show features five recent graduates from around Europe, giving these young artists a chance to show off their work. Rather than showing all five artists at once, in this show, each artist is shown once at a time as the show unfolds over five weeks. For more information and to read Bingham’s full post, click here.
FAD Magazine has listed Cacotopia 02, the current group show at Annka Kultys Gallery, as one of the top 7 art exhibitions to see in London right now. The author, Tabish Khan, writes: “This impressive and labour intensive exhibition returns with a new artist every week during the six week run. My visit coincided with Hugo Servanin’s classical sculptures that allow water to seep into them and this distorts their shape over time. But the beauty of the show is visitors will have a different experience to mine.” Also on view as part of the show are Yarli Allison, Michal Plata, Bob Bicknell-Knight and Dominic Dispirito. To check out the complete list of rankings, click here.
Wall Street International has featured Cacotopia 02, the current group show at Annka Kultys Gallery. Featuring the work of five emerging artists—Yarli Allison, Michal Plata, Hugo Servanin, Bob Bicknell-Knight and Dominic Dispirito—the show aims to give these young creatives a first platform to display their talent. Rather than showing all five artists at once, Cacotopia 02 shows one artist at a time, unfolding over the course of five weeks. Cacotopia 02 will be on view through 10 February. For more information, click here.
Things-to-do app DOJO has reviewed Cacotopia 02, the current group show at Annka Kultys Gallery. Unlike traditional group shows in which all of the artists are shown together, in Cacotopia, each artist is shown one at a time over the course of five weeks. For the second edition of this annual exhibition program, the artists selected are Yarli Allison, Michal Plata, Hugo Servanin, Bob Bicknell-Knight and Dominic Dispirito. Click here to read the full review.
Drool Creatives has listed Cacotopia 02 on their exhibitions page. To see the full posting, click here.
“Selfie”, 2017, a work created by Olga Fedorova for her solo show Generic Jungle at AKG, is included in the online group exhibition Why don’t we get a kickstarter going for an ISP? hosted by isthisit? Gallery and curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight. The show, staged in the wake of the ‘death’ of net neutrality in the United States, explores the limits of information control and the power associated with corporate grips on digital information pathways. Opening 22 December, the exhibition will run through 22 January 2018 and include artists such as Andy Holden, Ann Hirsch, Constant Dullaart, Eva Papamargariti, and Jacob Kudsk Steensen, among others. For more information and to see the show, click here.
Stine Deja’s work ‘Self-Service’ was featured in the programme “you and I are like that red wall, it’s a good idea in theory but somehow it doesn’t quite work” curated by Jade Annaw and Emily Simpson at CBS Gallery in Liverpool. The screening, accompanied by two physical works, occurred simultaneously with an online exhibition by the same title on isthisit. Visit the online exhibition here.