By CLOT Magazine Editors
Curating Digital Art, Town Hall Hotel London, 10 July 2018
Hans Ulrich Obrist, Jenna Sutela and Ben Vickers present an evening of inquiry into the relationship between art and digital technology,. The speakers will address questions such as Do galleries become ‘digital platforms’ or could they become obsolete if people don’t physically visit them? How does a gallery without material walls work? How should galleries translate ‘the spectacle of experience’ in digital form? More info.
Stories for a more than human, Museum Kesselhaus Berlin, 5 – 8 July 2018
New curatorial project by Theresa Schubert where a group exhibition, talks and site-specific walks will investigate diverse aspects of the contemporary nature – technology discourse and present figurations of nonhuman perspectives. More info.
Art Night 2018, different Locations South London, 7 July 2018
The free contemporary arts festival Art Night returns once again. Art Night puts art into exceptional locations around London for one night a year, and this year is heading south of the river Thames. The main festival is curated by the Hayward Gallery and Art Night Open and will feature curated artwork and events from artists such as Jeremy Deller, Cécile B Evans, Prem Sahib, Pierre Huyghe, Victoria Westerman and many more. More info.
Nøtel by Lawrence Lek and Kode9, Arebyte Gallery London, 19 July – 1 September 2018
Nøtel is an immersive, two-chapter multimedia installation by London-based artist Lawrence Lek created in collaboration with electronic musician Kode9 (Steve Goodman). The project installation transforms the gallery into a marketing suite for the fictional Nøtel Corporation, advertising future plans for a global hotel chain expansion. More info.
SET X CTM, different locations Teheran, 26-30 July 2018
The 4th edition of SET, Tehran’s annual experimental music festival, is dedicated entirely to artistic dialogue with Berlin. SET X CTM, has been conceived and organised in close collaboration with Berlin’s CTM – the city’s leading festival and hub for experimental music and cutting-edge sound practice. With Sote, Tarik Barri, Monolake, Rabih Beaini and more. More info.
Life in motion: Egon Schiele and Francesca Woodman, Tate Liverpool, until 23 September 2018
Tate Liverpool showcases the works of radical painter Egon Schiele alongside the sublime photography of Francesca Woodman. More info
Serpentine Pavilion, Christo and Jeanne-Claude: barrels and the Mastaba 1958-2018 and Park Nights, Serpentine Gallery London, throughout summer 2018. More info.
And a couple of things on our playlist:
Various artists – Flowers from the Ashes: Contemporary Italian Electronic Music, Stroboscopic Artefacts 2018 (info)
Mika Vainio and Franck Vigroux – Ignis, Cosmo Rhythmatic 2018 (info)
Kamasi Washington – Heaven and Earth, Young Turks 2018 (info)