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Steina & Woody Vasulka at ZKM Karlsruhe

Several works by Steina & Woody Vasulka will be exhibited in the exhibition Art in Motion. 100 Masterpieces with and through Media. An Operative Canon, which opens Friday July 13th in ZKM, Karlsruhe. Woody Vasulka’s installation Light Revisited (1974-2001) will be exhibited as well as the video works Vocabulary, The Art of Memory and Voice Windows. The exhibition „will portray the development of media arts by showcasing pivotal pioneering works that utilize technical devices: from photography to cinematography and sound art, the theater of machines and projections, radiophonic and televisual art, the art video, media-based action and Fluxus arts, and the networked and collaborative artistic practices of the last decades“.

For more information please visit the website of ZKM.


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Sigurður Guðjónsson at Kunsthalle Seinäjoki

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Finnbogi Pétursson exhibits new work at Nordic Embassies in Berlin

Finnbogi Pétursson recently unveiled his newest installation, titled HAF, at the Nordic Embassies in Berlin, Fælleshus. At fifteen meter high, HAF is warped on to one of the embassy buildings and has been created especially for the occasion as part of a larger initiative by the embassies, titled Reflections of the Sea. The installation will

DODDA MAGGÝ exhibits at SPECTRA ABERDEEN, Scotland

Dodda Maggý will exhibit her work at this year’s SPECTRA, Aberdeen’s Festival of Light in Scotland, 13-16 February 2020. Alda (2018) is a video and music installation created by artist and composer Dodda Maggý. The work explores shared mythologies and superstitions of the sea in the seafarer communities Hull, Grimsby and Iceland. The working process