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CLOT Magazine highlights & recommendations: APRIL 2023

Good Morning Mr. Orwell, Nam June Paik (1984). MoMA, New York. Gift of the artist. © 2022 Estate of Nam June Paik. Courtesy Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) New York.

Exhibitions and events (by CLOT Magazine)

Signals: How Video Transformed the World, MoMA NYC, until 8 July 2023

A major exhibition showcasing a diverse range of more than 70 works, drawn primarily from MoMA’s collection, Signals examines the ways in which artists have both championed and questioned video as an agent of social change—from televised revolution to electronic democracy. More info.

Futur.Shock x AFFXWRKS, FOLD London, 13 April 2023

In anticipation of the upcoming 30th anniversary of Downwards Records, Futur.Shock x AFFXWRKS co-curated a highly charged evening in celebration of the seminal label, bringing together four underground institutions in London, to present a multi-sensory experience. If you are in London and you don’t know Samuel Kerridge yet, you shouldn’t miss it. More info.

Renaissance 3.0, ZKM Karlsruhe, until 7 January 2024

The exhibition presents contemporary approaches of artists who, on the one hand, continue the lines of research of the preceding renaissances and, on the other, open up new fields of research. It also features convincing parallel research or elective affinities between science and art. The focus is on a new culture of tools, from biochemistry to genetic engineering and information design to neuroscience and unconventional computing. More info.

TONO FESTIVAL, Mexico City, 18 to 30 April 2023

TONO is a new festival in Mexico City for time-based artwork, including dance, performance, music, and video art. With museum and gallery partners across the city, the exhibition will feature local, regional, and international artists. Long-term, TONO aims to become an important space for dialogue surrounding time-based practices and for creating new threads of research. More info.

Xenospace, Epoch Gallery, online until 12 May 2023

An experimental virtual exhibition that features seven artists exploring the collaborative boundaries of artificial intelligence and machine learning in their creative processes. With CROSSLUCID, Libby Heaney, Connie Bakshi, Ana María Caballero, Harvey Moon Eddie Wong and Ziyang Wu & Mark Ramo. More info.


On our playlist (by Olya Karlovich)

Penelope TrappesHeavenly Spheres, Nite Hive 2023 (info)

SABIWAIsland no​.​16 – Memories of Future Landscapes, self-released 2023 (info)

Fausto Mercier
Misinput Tycoon, Genot Centre 2023 (info)

Rachel Lyn Stories Came to Us, My Own Imaginary World 2023 (info)

Kassel Jaeger – Shifted in Dreams, Shelter Press 2023 (info)

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