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Linz FMR – Art in digital contexts and public spaces, March 27-30, 2019, Linz, Austria

LINZ FMR 19 – Art in digital contexts and public spaces
Donaulände, Linz, Austria

Wednesday, March 27 – Saturday, March 30, 2019
Opening: Wednesday, March 27, 5 p.m., LENTOS Freiraum

Artists: Isabella Auer (AT), Tomáš Moravec (CZ) & Matej Al-Ali (SK), Filippo Minelli (IT), Thomas Kluckner (AT), Karin Ferrari (IT), Bernhard Garnicnig (AT) & Jamie Allen (CA), Susanna Flock (AT) & Leonhard Müllner (AT), Karl Philips (BE), Clement Valla (US),
Hybris (DE) 

LINZ FMR is a format, a platform, maybe even a form of festival, that is pronounced LINZ EPHEMER. It embarks on a search for art that reflects the ephemeral character of a digital and networked present. The ever advancing digitization of the every-day implies intense overlapping and layering of familiar physical, but also finely interwoven digital spaces. In these fast paced multi-dimensional structures the last bastions of clear descriptions of medium and discipline have begun to dissipate within artistic work.

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We’re SINK’s digital residents for March!

We’re pleased to announce that we will start a digital residency on SINK from today until the end of March! We’ve been invited to work on the 3D scans made available by museums and art institutions worldwide.

Read more here and visit our page to know more about what we’re doing and watch it happening!

SHORT CIRCUIT #3, OK Corral, Copenhagen

Exhibition opening – 05.05.2017, 5pm
Exhibition continues – 06 – 28.05.2017, Wednesdays to Saturdays, 1 – 5pm
Terminal 3 – OK Corral, Rolighedsvej 9, 1958 Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark

Emily Mulenga, Juneau Projects and Antonio Roberts (Birmingham); The Cool Couple, Kensuke Koike and Ryts Monet (Venice); Honey Biba Beckerlee, Johan Knattrup Jensen and David Stjernholm (Copenhagen).

Short Circuit is an ambitious international touring group show devised by British Independent Curator, Aly Grimes, and consists of nine new media artists and collectives in an attempt to re-assess the archetypal framework of a travelling exhibition. It proposes a new experimental model of display realised in three different locations across Europe to include Birmingham, Venice and Copenhagen. The project’s structure aims to investigate new ways that exhibition spaces can present touring shows in the Digital Age and will manifest as a highly experimental research project susceptible to failure. It might glitch, trip, malfunction or ‘short circuit’. Read the full press release here.

Dadaclub.online: the Exhibition, March 25 – April 15 @ Spazio Contemporanea, Brescia

Dadaclub.online: the Exhibition
March 25 to April 15 at Spazio Contemporanea, Brescia
Opening: March 25th, 6 PM

On February 5, 2016 the Link Art Center launched Dadaclub.online, an online archive an creative platform meant to celebrate the dada legacy in the centenary of dada’s birth, that took place in Zurich on February 5, 1916. For a year, Dadaclub.online has been a place for uninterrupted experimentation, promoting the creative reuse of digital copies of original dada artworks. On February 5, 2017, when we stopped publishing updates, the platform offered 148 artworks, and had been visited 248,672 times.  Continue reading