28 March - 17 April 2013
Following Jon Rafman's Brand New Paint Job, The Wall's programme continues to explore the cut and paste world of digital imaging.
Over the next few weeks, Anthony Antonellis shows off his 'skillz' animating the tools and filters of Photoshop in his 2011 video. In part a reaction to the glossy perfection and hidden artistry of Photoshop-edited photographs, the piece also references communities of users who share their own Photoshop demo videos online.
Curated by Alfredo Salazar-Caro
"Rigidbody components take control over an object's position - it makes the objects fall down under the influence of gravity, and can calculate how objects will respond to collisions."
RIGID_BØDIES is an exploration of data as the marble of the 21st century. This exhibition is a brief showcase of international New Media artists working in digital sculpture.
Featuring Works by:
*gif by Anthony Antonellis
Image: © PP3 standard, Clémence de La Tour du Pin, 2013
L’Atelier is pleased to announce
We outsourced everything and now we're bored.
Project by Clémence de La Tour du Pin & John Henry Newton
Curated by Judith Lavagna
Anthony Antonellis & HENDRIK | Anne Fellner & Burkhard Beschow | Joseph Buckley
Jack Coltman | Matt Cooper | Nicola Guy | Vida Guzmić | Joe Hamilton | Marian Luft
Katharina Marszewski | Oliver Osborne | Barnie Page | Lucia Quevedo | Blake Shaw
Eric Stephany | Santiago Taccetti | Elvia Wilk & Felix Riemann | Ronny Szillo
24 March - 24 April 2013
Opening Saturday 23 March 7 - 10 pm
Finissage Wednesday 24 April 7 - 10 pm
‘We outsourced everything and now we’re bored’ considers the banality of our everyday life imbricated into unsteady laptops. The project explores the transmutation of correspondence and connection throughout our age of acute networking. The unavoidable use of technologies in contemporary culture implicate the transferability and transformability of an unstable grammar network. Focusing on this dilation of the webmatrix, the works presented in the show encourage a spatialized conversation in materialising
this virtual traces. A show, a book and a database will encapsulate those interactive ramifications, evidence of new behaviours on such notions as sourcing and outsourcing.
Grossbeerenstr. 34, 10965 Berlin Kreuzberg
Opening times Thursday - Saturday 2 - 7 pm and by appointment