Posts by Link Center

Dominique Moulon: Art Beyond Digital

May 22, 2018

The Link Art Center is proud to announce that the book Art Beyond Digital, by French art critic and curator Dominique Moulon, is now available on our bookshelves: to buy as a print on demand paperback or downloadable for free in digital form. The English translation of L’art au-delà du digital (Nouvelles éditions Scala, 2018), the book offers a rich overview of recent artistic practices mostly developed with digital means, but also going “beyond digital”. (more…)

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Sofia Braga – You Are Running Out of Battery

May 16, 2018

The Link Art Center is proud to present You Are Running Out of Battery, a work by Sofia Braga. The show will be online at Link Cabinet from May 16 to June 17, 2018.
 
Scrolling, the act of moving contents up and down on a screen, is probably the most common gesture we do within our daily interaction with computers and smartphones. The act of scrolling on a screen feeds the content bulimia that characterizes our relationship with the web, the continuous need to see something always new popping up at every scroll, generating a potentially infinite feed. With You Are Running Out of Battery, Sofia Braga focuses her attention on this very act and on the peculiar modality of browsing between contents that it fosters, namely what in web design is know as infinite scrolling. (more…)

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REFRESH02 – #LAYERS – Contemporary Art in the Digital Era

Mar 29, 2018

#LAYERS – Contemporary Art in the Digital Era is the second event of REFRESH, an exhibition series that wants to research Italian contemporary art and offers an update on practices that confront with the issues, languages and forms emerged with the digital turn of the last twenty years. (more…)

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Max Dovey – Mining Cards at Link Cabinet

Mar 28, 2018

The Link Art Center is proud to present Mining Cards, a work by Max Dovey. The show will be online at Link Cabinet from March 28 to April 29, 2018.
 
Mining Cards by Max Dovey is a collectable trading card series stored on the blockchain. Each card features a custom made mining rig together with its technical information, and like Top Trumps, they can be used to play and trade a gainst one another. The cards depict the material infrastructure of blockchain networks and show the often domestic environments where computer nodes are located.
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