digital experience created by Manuel Rossner
curated by Manuel Rossner
opening on May 16 2023, New Float, Spatial.io
Kim Asendorf, Nancy Baker Cahill, Banz & Bowinkel, Claudia Brăileanu, Jon Burgerman, Cibelle Cavalli Bastos, Chris Coleman, Petra Cortright, Simon Denny, Alex Crouwers, Damjanski, Diane Drubay, Felt Zine, Manuel Fernández, Herbert W. Franke, Francoise Gamma, Max Haarich, Leander Herzog, Mario Klingemann, Florian Kuhlmann, Jan Robert Leegte, Owi Liunic, Anna Lucia, Jonas Lund, Coco Magnusson, Anika Meier, Sarah Meyohas, Lorna Mills, Skye Nicolas, Nissla, Operator, Matthew Plummer-Fernández, Sofiia Privét, Jon Rafman, Casey Reas, Colette Robbins, Manuel Rossner, Rafaël Rozendaal, Nicole Ruggiero, Nicolas Sassoon, Kenny Schachter, Marcel Schwittlick, Yoshi Sodeoka, Sasha Stiles, Debbie Tea, Touchsoundart, UBERMORGEN, Universal Everything, Iskra Velitchkova, Addie Wagenknecht, Marius Watz, John Yuyi, John Zobele
12-13 April 2023, ZeroSpace, New York
curated by Dina Chang, Malcolm Levy, Micol Ap
Adrian Crego, Afro Futures, Agoria, ALLSHIPS, Amy Goodchild, Ana Maria Caballero, Andrew Benson, Auriea Harvey, Carla Ganis, Claudia Brăileanu, Clement Valla, DistCollective, Francoise Gamma, GiselXFlorez, hal09999, hivemindDAO, Holly Herbert, Ira Greenberg, Jana Stýblová, Joëlle, Joshua Davis, Juanna Pedro, Landlines Art, Lia Something, Linda Dounia, Linda Loh, Lorem, Lorna Mills, Marcelo Soria Rodriguez, Miss AL Simpson, MollyAPop, Nicolas Sassoon, Nicole Ruggiero, Planttdaddii, POESÍA DE PROTESTA, Robness, Sam J, Sasha Stiles, S.E.E.D.dao, Signe Pierce, Touchsoundart, VCA Residency, Violet Forest, WenNew Atelier, wwatkns, Yoshi Sodeoka
featuring the work of over 100 women and non-binary artists on Tezos curated by The Museum of Wild and Newfangled Art
Ada Ada Ada, ailadi, Albertine Meunier, Aleksandra Jovanić, Alyssa Joines, Amalia Versaci, Amy Goodchild, Angie Taylor, Anna Beller, Anna Carreras, Anna Lucia, Anna Malina, Ana María Caballero, Auriea Harvey, Bárbara Bezina, Carla Gannis, Carla Knopp, Cathy Burghi, Cibelle Cavalli Bastos, Claudia Brăileanu, Connie Bakshi, Danielle King, Diana Velasco, Diane Drubay, ella, Ellie Pritts, Elsa Muray, Estelle Flores, Eugenia Shchukina, Franchueca, goldcat, Helena Sarin, Isa Kost, Iskra Velitchkova, Ivona Tau, Jo Ottey, Kalen Iwamoto, Katherine Bisquet x cymoonv, Katya Kanke-Zaikanova, Kelly Richardson, Kesja Tabaczuk, Kika Nicolela, Ksenia Buridanova, Kusamehewa, Lala Drona, LeChatN0ir, Letsglitchit, LIA, Lídice Silveira, Linda Dounia, Linda Loh, Lineadeluz, Lisa Orth, Liza Grace, Lola Dupre, Lorna Mills, lulu xXX, LUREX, Maria Pleshkova, Marissa Noana, Maya Man, Melissa Wiederrecht, Melody Owen, Mina Hloy, MinooK, Miray Kurtulus, Miss AL Simpson, MollyAPop, mumu the stan, Nadieh Bremer, NurArt, Nygilia, Olga Fradina, OONA, Operator x Anika Meier, orbitanaut, Orfhlaith Egan, Petra Voice, Qianqian Ye, Quilla Nina, Rose Jackson, Rujunko Pugh, Salawaki, sansfleur, Sarah Ridgley, Sarah Zucker, Sarisa Kojima, Sasha Belitskaja, Sasha Stiles, Shantell Martin, Sky Goodman, Sofia Crespo, Sofiia Privét, Stacie Ant, Stellabelle, Stephanie Fuller, Taís Koshino, the bad lament, Victoria West, VidaV (WizArt), Violet Bond, Violet Forest, Waambat, Wanda Oliver, Wrecks
June 11-September 11 2022, Arnhem, Netherlands
a continuous screening of 30 moving image works curated by Alexandra Crouwers running during her solo show 'NGMI'
Edgar Fabián Frías, Dave Greber, Lorna Mills, David Leonard, Nicolas Sassoon, Kelly Richardson, Claudia Brăileanu, antiquefuture, CatfishArtists, Zezima, DOS_artifacts, Hans Jakob Wagner, ROBNESS, Gozo, Chris Coleman, Rodell Warner, Wade Wallerstein, Yoshi Sodeoka, Daydream Pipeline, Violet Forest, Anna Malina, Ellie Hedden, Sasha Stiles, Patrick Tresset, Memo Akten, Pastelae, Alexandra Crouwers, Faith Holland
Landscape with Olive Trees is an interactive landscape painting.
The overarching theme of the work centers on the influence of digital technologies on the perception and representation of the natural landscape. Alongside perspective systems, religion, social and political context, technology has acted over time as a filter in relationship to the natural landscape, generating patterns of interpretation and representation. (read more...)
digital experience created by Manuel Rossner
the show can be visited through the REALWORLD ART app, available on the AppStore, Google Play
opening on 2 February 2022
Morehshin Allahyari, Kim Asendorf, Nancy Baker Cahill, Banz & Bowinkel, Claudia Brăileanu, Jon Burgerman, Galo Canizares, Cibelle Cavalli Bastos, Petra Cortright, Guile Twardowski/Simon Denny/Cosmographia, Sterling Crispin, Damjanski, Harm van den Dorpel, DOS_artifacts, Ben Elliot, Felt Zine, Manuel Fernández, Francoise Gamma, Carla Gannis, Emilio Gomariz, Katharina Grosse, Max Haarich, Auriea Harvey, haydiroket, Faith Holland, Josefin Jonsson, John Karel, kennedy+swan, Jan Robert Leegte, Owi Liunic, Jonas Lund, Coco Magnusson, Rosa Menkman, Lorna Mills, Mr.doob, Nissla, Katja Novitskova, Andy Picci, Mathhew Plummer-Fernandez, Bill Posters, Mario Klingemann, Casey Reas, Manuel Rossner, Rafaël Rozendaal, RTFKT x Takashi Murakami, Nicole Ruggerio, Nicolas Sassoon, Kenn Schachter, Marcel Schwittlick, Rick Silva, Yoshi Sodeoka, Debbie Tea, UBERMORGEN, Universal Everything, Addie Wagenknecht, Marius Watz, John Yuyi, John Zobele.
May 14 - July 11, 2021, Timișoara
the exhibition presents works newly entered into the MNAC collection, curated by Călin Dan
image by Bogdan Matei
The National Museum of Contemporary Art – MNAC Bucharest is 20 years old. Twenty years are 20 heartbeats in the body of a young Museum. (read more...)
October 4 - November 4, 2018, Bucharest
curated by Eugen Rădescu
In “Rooms,” real space and virtual space form a continuum. The virtual is associated with fiction, with the unreal, but it simultaneously points towards possibilities or alternatives that cannot be imagined without using our knowledge of the world, without using patterns - viewed as functional or stereotypical, and that can be formally described as templates or stencils that are built on repetition. Representation is circular: digital objects and material objects are, by turn, representations and represented objects. The extension of the traditional concept of painting in the digital environment and the relationship between painting and time are brought forward. (Claudia Brăileanu, artist)
Claudia Brăileanu's works speak of a mechanic aesthetic, based on elements triggered by a mathematical structure, that seems inflexible, very technical and full of 'rigid' meanings. The line, first element in any technique, becomes subject and object for image construction; it unifies two dots or two states. One of the most visible expression of Claudia’s work is the conceptualisation of pattern, as formal expression witch shows a repetition, and representation of authenticity. (Eugen Rădescu, curator)
September 15 - October 6, 2017, Bucharest
curated by Eugen Rădescu
In my vision, the structure/ the pattern becomes matter. I represent patterns which I distort through different techniques, suggesting deviations from 'normality', deviations that lead back to individual - to line - by redrawing the general composition of the works. (Claudia Brăileanu)
Start Point Prize 2017
Victoria Art Center
July 13 2017 - July 31 2017, Bucharest
The StartPoint Prize exhibition hosted by the Victoria Art Center presents a selection of projects made in 2017 by graduates of art universities in Romania.
Exhibition organized with the support of the Czech Institute.