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.
Works by Olga Fedorova and !Mediengruppe Bitnik will be included in the upcoming group show “Future Love. Desire and Kinship in Hypernature” at Haus der Elektronischen Künste in Basel. Departing from the concept of hypernature—an enhanced version of the global ecosystem that includes artificial bodies and their correlations—the show will examine how the new interdependence between engineering, technology, and environment affect human relationships and sexuality. Opening tonight, 18 January 2018, the show will run until 15 February. Click here for more information.
Generic Jungle, Olga Fedorova’s solo show at AKG, has been featured by Mousse Magazine. For more information, visit Mousse here.
Olga Fedorova’s Generic Jungle, the artist’s first solo show at AKG, has been featured by Tzvetnik. Check it out here.
Curator Linda Rocco gives Olga Fedorova’s Generic Jungle a rave review in her online blog. She writes: “magnificently challenges the traditional features of a contemporary posseassable artwork, including technologies to innovatively expand an image’s own limitations.” To read the full review, click here.
Top mobile app for activities and events, Dojo, has listed Olga Fedorova’s solo show, Generic Jungle, as the number one thing to do this idewaeekend. The author urges Londoners to come out to Annka Kultys to see Fedorova’s “eerie, computer-generated visions” of a “surreal, dystopian, post-human future landscape.” To see the full Weekend Agenda for 24-26 November, click here.
New Exhibitions has included Olga Fedorova’s show, Generic Jungle, in its list of shows to see in London for November/December. To check out the full listing, click here.