Annka Kultys has been interviewed by Anika Meier for Misa.Art on how she has come to collect and promote works by digital natives and how Annka Kultys Gallery is like Duchamp’s boîte en valise.
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Annka Kultys has been interviewed by Anika Meier for Misa.Art on how she has come to collect and promote works by digital natives and how Annka Kultys Gallery is like Duchamp’s boîte en valise.
Signe Pierce has been interviewed by Foundation.app about the attention economy and what reality means to her.
Signe Pierce is noted in “10 Contemporary Artists You Need to Know” by The Manual, alongside Damian Hirst, Takashi Murakami, Cindy Sherman, Julianna Huxtable, Rashaad Newsome, Jeff Koons, Richard Prince, and Virgil Abloh.
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.
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).
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).
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.
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.
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”.
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).
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.
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).
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).
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).
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.
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.
Signe Pierce has been featured in an i-D article on contemporary culture’s obsession with neon across all forms of visual culture.
Broadly/VICE has published a new feature by Signe Pierce, which also includes a new series of digitally-manipulated photographs by the artist straddling the divide between technology and biology.
Signe Pierce has been commissioned by Refinery 29 to photograph pop music artist Kali Uchis for The Come Up series, which highlights inspirational female artists.
Spanish magazine !Ah! has profiled Signe Pierce in an article which describes the relationship between Pierce’s signature hyper-saturated aesthetic, feminism and the current state of digital culture (article in Spanish).
Cactus has included works by Signe Pierce in Issue 06 of its print magazine.
In a new guide to the city, London-based blog Lazy Oaf has listed Annka Kultys Gallery as its contemporary art choice.
Chinese platform ArtLink Art has featured Metamirrorism, Signe Pierce’s solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery, on its list of shows to see (article in Chinese).
The Selfridges Eye, a new editorial project focusing on individuals who challenge conventions and defy expectations, has featured Signe Pierce’s solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery, Metamirrorism.
French publication Open Minded has profiled Signe Pierce (article in French).
In a listing of the top shows this week, FAD has named Signe Pierce’s solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery Metamirrorism as one of its top picks.
In a round-up of “shows to see now,” critic Tabish Khan lists Metamirrorism as one of the top shows in London.
The Art Partners, a collector’s service and criticism blog, has included Signe Pierce’s solo show Metamirrorism at Annka Kultys Gallery in a weekly digest of the best cultural events in London.
In an ode to floral photography, Hunger TV lists Signe Pierce as one of its favourite photographers of flowers, which were last shown in her first solo show, Faux Realities, at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Tamara Al-Mashouk has named Signe Pierce in relation to rockstar artists in the age of social media as part of an interview with Forbes.
The Leipzig Global writer Maeshelle West-Davis has reviewed Virtual Normality — Women Net Artists 2.0, a group show at Museum der bildenden Künste, Leipzig featuring works by Signe Pierce.
In his round-up of top April shows, critic Paul Carey-Kent adds Signe Pierce’s Metamirrorism, on view at Annka Kultys Gallery through 28th April.
Things-to-do App Dojo has listed Signe Pierce’s ephemeral projector painting installation Metamirrorism as a top show to check out this weekend. To read what they have to say about the exhibition, click here.
Lara Monro of Teeth Magazine has interviewed Signe Pierce about technocracy, ‘cyberfeminism’ and her new solo show Metamirrorism on view at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Signe Pierce’s new solo exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, Metamirrorism, has been listed in Dream Idea Machine’s round up of March shows internationally.
In a new article examining the current generation of women net artists, Elle Italia reviews Virtual Normality – Women Net Artists 2.0 at Museum der bildenden Künste, Leipzig, specifically citing the the work of Signe Pierce and Molly Soda (article in Italian).
TimeOut has reviewed Metamirrorism, Signe Pierce’s second solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Plastik Studios has featured a photo story on Eli Rezkallah and Signe Pierce’s collaboration for Marzook.
Drool Creatives has featured Signe Pierce’s upcoming solo show Metamirrorism. “Through the use of instantaneous recording and projection within a space mediated by light sources, mirrors, lenses and dichroic film, Pierce takes the gallery’s visitors as her raw material to create an immersive, reflected, refracted and abstracted universe of the ephemeral.” You can find the full listing here.
Welt author Rahel Zingg has featured Signe Pierce in an article about young artists’ use of social media to combat societies standards of acceptability (article in German).
Signe Pierce was interviewed by Sarah Ulrich for German publication Spex for her involvement in the group show Virtual Normality – Women Net Artists 2.0 at Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig. You can read the full interview here.
Signe Pierce’s upcoming exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, Metamirrorism has been listed in Art Rabbit’s “The Best of Spring in London: Our Top Contemporary Art Picks.”
Vogue Arabia’s Philippa Morgan reports on the new collaboration between Signe Pierce and Eli Rezkallah for Kuwaiti fashion brand Marzook.
Lisa Moravec has written a review of Virtual Normality – Women Net Artists 2.0, a group show Museum der bildenden Künste in Leipzig that includes the works of Molly Soda and Signe Pierce. Describing Soda’s contribution to the exhibition, Moravec writes: “Molly Soda’s sound-video installations show her in her private spaces, acting in a casual manner in front of her virtual audience. In That’s Me in the Corner (2017), she sings along with pop music numbers for about 30 minutes. We can see that the live audience on Instagram is watching her, but whether shewatches the audience, is not clear as she continues to look straight ahead, smiling from time to time.” To read the full review, click here.
Signe Pierce has been interviewed by Food Republic about her role in the design of the David-Lynch-inspired Rose Gold, a new bar in Brooklyn, New York.
Hamburg-based news magazine Stern has reviewed Virtual Normality – Women Net Artists 2.0 at Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig, which features work by Signe Pierce (article in German).
In order to gauge public opinion of Virtual Normality – Women Net Artists 2.0, a group show at MdbK Leipzig curated by Anika Meier, Indie Mag has gathered responses from visitors to the museum about the current state of feminism today in this unique review of the exhibition.
In a new column, Spiegel writer Sibylle Berg uses Signe Pierce’s American Reflexxx as a starting point for a wider conversation about the relationship between immediacy, tolerance, self-control and bigotry in the modern world (article in German).
In a new article about female artists in the time of social media, writer and curator Anika Meier discusses the work of Signe Pierce, Molly Soda, and Arvida Byström in the context of the changing nature of female identity as mediated by digital technology (article in German).
Marlene Halser has written a review of Virtual Normality – Women Net Artists 2.0, featuring work by Signe Pierce, at Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig (article in German).
Marianne Abbott has interviewed Signe Pierce for DRØME Magazine about the contrast between harsh aggression and soft femininity in her work.
John Martin Tilley has interviewed Signe Pierce for Office Magazine about her presentation of American Reflexxx at New Release Gallery in New York City.
i-D Deutschland has reviewed Virtual Normality – Women Net Artists 2.0, an exhibition at Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig featuring the works of Molly Soda, Signe Pierce and Arvida Bystöm (article in German).
Michael Meyns has written a review of Virtual Normality – Women Net Artist’s 2.0, a new group show at Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig that includes the work of Molly Soda, Signe Pierce and Arvida Byström (article in German).
Les Inrockuptibles has reviewed Virtual Normality: Women Net Artists 2.0 at Museum de bildenden Künste Leipzig, including works by Molly Soda, Signe Pierce and Arvida Byström (article in French).
Signe Pierce has been listed by Hunger TV as one of “five female visual artists to follow right now” alongside peers Juno Calypso, Maisie Cousins, Alice Joiner and Alice Skinner.
The Eye of Photography has reviewed the work of Signe Pierce in Virtual Normality: Women Net Artists 2.0 at MdbK Leipzig.
The Art Gorgeous has reviewed One Year of Resistance, a group show at Untitled Space in New York City featuring artworks that were created in reaction to the current American political climate under Donald Trump’s presidency.
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Swiss art magazine Widewalls has reviewed One Year of Resistance, a group show at Untitled Space in New York City reflecting on the political climate after a year of Donald Trump’s presidency that includes photographic work by Signe Pierce.
Signe Pierce has been profiled by French outlet Libération for her involvement in Virtual Normality – Women Net Artist’s 2.0 at Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig (article in French).
Jan Soldin of Kunstmarkt has reviewed Virtual Normality – Web Artists 2.0, a new group show at MdbK Leipzig featuring the works of Molly Soda, Arvida Byström and Signe Pierce (article in German).
Interview reviews Virtual Normality – Web Artists 2.0: a new group show at MdbK Leipzig featuring works by Signe Pierce and Molly Soda. Describing the emotional impact of the show, the author writes that the works “show how it feels when you stand by yourself.” To read the full review, click here.
Detektor FM has reviewed Virtual Normality – Web Artists 2.0, an exhibition of women net artists curated by Anika Meier at MdbK Leipzig, including works by Signe Pierce (article in German).
Mittledeutscher Rundfunk (MDR) features the work of Molly Soda and Signe Pierce in a short review of Virtuality Normality – Web Artists 2.0, a group show at MdbK Leipzig. Curated by Anika Meier, the show explores the contemporary generation of women artists who use new media to explore gender, sexuality and identity in the digital age. Check out MDR’s full feature here.
Leipziger Volkszeitung (LVZ) previews the upcoming exhibition at Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig, Virtual Normality; featuring the work of net artists including Signe Pierce, the show will explore femininity in the digital age (article in German).
Spiegel author Angela Gruber writes on Virtual Normality, the upcoming group exhibition at Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig featuring the work of artists Signe Pierce, Molly Soda, and Arvida Byström (article in German).
Deutsche Welle reviews Virtual Normality – Women Net Artist’s 2.0, the upcoming group show at Museum der bildenden Künste, Leipzig featuring works by Signe Pierce, Molly Soda, and Arvida Byström among others.
Signe Pierce was interviewed by Hunger TV about her contribution to the upcoming group exhibition ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE, reflecting critically on the first year of Donald Trump’s presidency, on view at Untitled Gallery in New York.
Girl Talk HQ previews Untitled Gallery’s upcoming exhibition, ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE, which will include photographic work by Signe Pierce; the show will survey more than 80 artists responding to the American political climate in the post-Trump era.
ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE, the upcoming group show featuring work by Signe Pierce at Untitled Gallery in New York, is the subject of an article by AM NY.
Art Fuse previews the upcoming group exhibition ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE, forthcoming at Untitled Gallery in New York City. Author Alison Martin includes Signe Pierce’s photographic work “Control,” 2017, as one of the highlights of the exhibition. Coming from a powerful milieu of activist artists, each piece in the show was created in response to the political climate ushered by the election of Donald Trump to the office of President of the United States. To read the full article, click here.
Signe Pierce’s portrait of Aubrey Plaza, included in the 21 August issue of Time Magazine for the story “Aubrey Plaza’s Status Update,” has been selected as one of the best portraits of 2017.
Audrey Wachs reports on the opening of Galeria Melissa, an upscale boutique in New York City designed by Muti Randolph and featuring a video installation by Signe Pierce, for Architects Newspaper.
Bushwick Daily writer Darragh Dandurand reports on the opening of Rose Gold, a new cocktail bar in New York built under the creative direction of Signe Pierce and Safwat Riad.
Signe Pierce has unveiled a new media theory manifesto installation, Metamedia Sculpture (2017), at the Adidas Prophere launch party.
Anika Meier mentions both Molly Soda and Signe Pierce in her latest article “Es darf sich geärgert werden” for Monopol, describing the current state of net art and digital feminism (article in German).
Signe Pierce is included in Nylon Magazine’s collection of Thanksgiving thoughts from the Queer community.
Signe Pierce took part in Paper Magazine’s “Friendsgiving” dinner with “underground dining sensation” Wolvesmouth.
Christian Petersen has included Signe Pierce and Alli Coates’ work, American Reflexxxx, in his Web Wednesday review of the Wrong Biennale. Read Petersen’s full round-up of Wrong Biennale highlights here.
Signe Pierce has been interviewed by Alice Bucknell in her latest editorial for Artsy, “A Brief History of the Color Pink,” which traces the history of the rosy shade.
Christopher Clary, in collaboration with Eyebeam, has included works by Amalia Soto (Molly Soda) and Signe Pierce in his exhibition SAFE for the Wrong Biennale. Probing the concept of safe space in networked culture, the show asks questions about the validity and expression of trauma online. To view the online exhibition, click here.
WWD has announced that Signe Pierce will be included in a line up of artists participating in a fundraiser for victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
VICELAND programme SLIDESHOW has interviewed Signe Pierce about her series Faux Realities (2017), which recently showed at Annka Kultys Gallery.
Signe Pierce is included in an article about the practice of Instagram artists published by Der Standard (article in German).
Signe Pierce’s exhibition Faux Realites was reviewed by Art Maze International art critic Christina Nafziger. Nafziger writes, first solo show “Annka Kultys Gallery has brought thought-provoking exhibitions to East London that have generated a dialogue surrounding new, digital techniques being utilized by contemporary artists. Its Summer exhibition Faux Realities, showcasing the photography of artist Signe Pierce , proved to be of no exception.” Read the complete article here.
Signe Pierce’s work is on show at ‘The Future of Her’ by Galeria Melissa in New York.
In concurrence with her first solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery, Monopol has profiled ‘reality artist’ Signe Pierce (article in German).
Aesthetica Magazine has reviewed Signe Pierce’s first solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery, Faux Realities.
FAD has named Signe Pierce’s show at Annka Kultys Gallery as one of the “Top 8 Art Exhibitions to see this week in London.”
Signe Pierce’s exhibition Faux Realities at Annka Kultys Gallery was included in Londonist’s Things To Do Today in London: Friday 23 June, 2017.
Signe Pierce’s exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery has been reviewed by Alice Bucknell for This is Tomorrow.