Digital Cosmos

Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev on DIGITAL COSMOS

 

Reinhard Mucha
The Collection

 

Jordan Wolfson
Unobstructed Joy and Love in a Time of Crisis: Marc Chagall and His Daughter by Lotte Jacobi

 

Ludovica Carbotta
How to Not Leave a Trace

 

William Kentridge
Drawing Lessons and What to Do Alone with Oneself

 

Michelangelo Pistoletto 
Applause to the Sea

Applause to the Sea

 

Ed Atkins
An Insistent Outtake

Performance Capture

 

Giuseppe Penone
Arte Povera

 

Anri Sala
Celebrating the Elderly and Tuning Nature and Culture

If and Only If

 

Michael Rakowitz
A Plot

 

Francis Alÿs
Liberating a Story from History

 

Ouverture
Beyond the Ephemeral

Catalogue 

 

Mario Merz
As Time is Naturally the Will to Resist

 

Michelangelo Pistoletto
From Year One to Date. Opera in Four Rooms

 

Renato Leotta
On Cosmic Contemplation

 

Claudia Comte
Time Varying Viscosity

 

Marianna Simnett
Storytelling and Folklore in Exploring the Body as Site of Transition

 

Nalini Malani
Cycles of Violence in the Rampant Globalization

 

Roberto Cuoghi
A Miracle

 

Michael Rakowitz
Vitrine

 

Leonardo Caffo
Youth

 

Gianluigi Ricuperati
The Undigital Cosmos

 

Contemporary Chinese Art
The Sigg Collection

Essays

Biography

Artists and artworks

Podcast Radio 3

 

The Collection

 

The Education Department

 

IOSTOCONLEARTENAUTE

 

The Savoy Residency

 

The Cerruti Collection

 

Ai Weiwei and Uli Sigg
On Contemporary Art from China

 

James Richards
Hallucinatory Visions and Discarded Stories

 

Claudia Comte
Graphic Signs in the Digital Age

 

Michael Rakowitz
Artworks and Culture in the Necropolitics

 

Anri Sala
The Interlude, Music Performance and Virtuosity in the Contemporary Art


Catalogue

 

Hito Steyerl
AI and Technology in the Surveillance Era

 

Alba Congress
For an Imaginist Renewal of the World

 

Mina
Veering between Acrobatics and Fluid Identities

Essay

 

16th Sidney Biennale
Space of Rotation, Confusion, Revolt, and Insubordination

 

Kenneth Goldsmith
Uncreative Writing