„What do machines sing of?“ will be part of B-Seite – Festival für visuelle Kunst und Jetztkultur in Mannheim (Germany).
My work „What do machines sing of?“ will be part of the CTM Festival Edition 2017 in Berlin (Germany). CTM Festival’s 18th edition takes place 27 January – 5 February 2017 at various venues in Berlin.
I am really happy to announce that one of my Pixelhead artworks is now in the permanent collection of The International Spy Museum in Washington D.C. and currently on display.
I am pleased to announce that „What do machines sing of?“ will be shown at the Digital Art Biennial (BIAN) 2016 in Montreal, Canada. My work will be part of the main exhibition called AUTOMATA and takes place at the Arsenal, Contemporary Art.
My work „What do machines sing of? “ will be shown at the European Media Art Festival 2016 in Osnabrück, Germany.
I am really happy to announce my first solo exhibition in Zagreb (Croatia) in collaboration with Mochvara Gallery and KONTEJNER.
Scope Sessions Artist Talks & Media Salon invited me to speak at their monthly speaker session.
My sound art piece Dron:ing will be part of SIGHT.SOUND [INTERACTION] 8 in Baltimore (USA).
My Pixelhead artwork was used for a performance at TEDx Madrid by the spanish undercover journalist and writer (known as) Antonio Salas. The conference was curated by Antonella Broglia. Please find the video documentation after the click.
I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Radio Deutschlandfunk (Corso – Kultur nach 3) about my latest artwork ‘What do machines sing of?‘. The interview is now available online as Audio-on-Demand.
I was interviewed by WIRED Germany about my latest art project, algorithms and emotionally intelligent machines.
My work is featured in the first issue of the lovely SOLEMNE Magazine about contemporary art. Besides myself, other great artists from Berlin like Robert Lippok, Hito Steyerl, and Frank Hülsbömer are also featured in the first issue. The magazine is based in Guatemala, Central America.
I finally finished a new installation called „What do machines sing of?“.
I am happy to announce that my Pixelhead artwork will be part of the ‘New Aesthetic?’ exhibition in Brisbane, Australia.
My Pixelhead artwork is currently on view at the „inch & cm“ gallery in Darmstadt from February 2nd to February 27th of 2015.
I’ve been invited by Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt to give a talk about privacy and to show one related artwork of mine in the context of their first ‚Blackout Privacy‘ conference and exhibition. Unfortunately, due to time issues, I had to cancel the talk, but my Pixelhead will be shown there. After the mentioned event, my work will be shown for another 4 weeks at inch & cm Gallery, Darmstadt.
After Vienna and Amsterdam, FACELESS in smaller format as part of the Computers, Privacy and Data Protection – CPDP comes to Brussels at De Markten. Opening on 21st of January. The exhibition will be followed by a symposium, guided tours and presentations.
Back in May, I collaborated with M.I.A. for her latest „Double Bubble Trouble“ music video with my very own Pixelhead mask. Three of four Pixelhead masks from the music video are going to auction (Ebay). The masks are strictly limited to four, each worn in the music video, signed and numbered by M.I.A. and myself. More info after the click!
I made a new series of generative drawings. Generated by a computer algorithm, cut into linoleum and printed on paper. More info after the click.
I am happy to announce that I collaborated with M.I.A. for her new „Double Bubble Trouble“ music video, directed by herself. Please find my art work Pixelhead as part of her music video after the click.