In a time of revitalization, three artists – Victoria Verseau, Salad Hilowle and Theresa Traore Dahlberg – talk about what the future promises as they emerge from a time of reflection and seclusion
Climate change and the coronavirus pandemic have shown that humanity’s presence on this planet can be precarious. But, as a recent exhibition in Ålesund has shown, art is capable of revealing how we can better understand our role in the natural world
In an apocalyptic future, the vestiges of the world as we know it today form a scrap heap of artefacts that tell a tale of a human touch no longer needed in a society driven by automation. Yet the latest show of the American artist Josh Kline is more hopeful as well as a wake-up call for us to revere the living.
2020 has seen unprecedented changes to the contemporary art world. In the absence of the traditional forms of dealing and showing work at art fairs and in exhibitions, galleries have wholeheartedly adopted digital techniques to connect with their public and their collectors.
Too Far Away – Too Close by Pernilla Zetterman
Nordiska Galleriet, Nybrogatan 11 Stockholm
30/9 – 4/11 – 2020
Classic ideas of beauty have been transformed in the digital era, and in the hands and imagination of 3D-digital artist Ines Alpha.
Joakim Ojanen is a riot of playfulness, fantasy and colour. he is the parallel universe of his surreal imagination.
Jon Emmony’s digital treatments of shoots and videos take current techniques to their limit, but, as he tells The Forumist, don’t forget the soul behind it all
Digitalization in art presents the opportunity to reconsider and challenge assumptions about technology, environment and the way we understand our reality
The multimedia works of artists Crosslucid take this transformation to the limit in the search for new freedoms of self-expression, even if that means bending time