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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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Eva Papamargariti – Transformative Encounters at Link Cabinet

Jan 24, 2018

The Link Art Center is proud to present Transformative Encounters, a work by Eva Papamargariti. The show will be online at Link Cabinet from January 24 to February 25, 2018.
 
Transformative Encounters is a short visual narration including 3D animated materials, video recordings and poetic elements that refer to a multitude of bodies and their consecutive encounters with an unfamiliar organism that take place as they intersect, feed, touch, alter, discard, contain, compartmentalize and aknowledge each other’s corporeality.
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SITUATIONS/Post Fail at Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland

Nov 23, 2017

The Link Art Center is proud to announce the exhibition SITUATIONS/Post Fail. Guest curated by Matteo Cremonesi, in cooperation with Fotomuseum Winterthur, the exhibition will open on December 1, 2017 at 6 PM, and will be on view from December 2, 2017 to February 8, 2018. (more…)

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INTERMEZZO | Stefano Testa – Abgrund on Link Cabinet

Nov 22, 2017

The Link Art Center is proud to present Abgrund, a project by Stefano Testa for INTERMEZZO, the new irregular exhibition format on Link Cabinet. The exhibition will be online at Link Cabinet from November 22 to December 17, 2017.
 
Abgrundis a video piece by Stefano Testa that stems from the observation of an artificial intelligence learning to emulate the tone of a human voice, and then appropriating it. The artist fed a machine learning system – a branch of AI that, based on the use of neural networks, gives computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed – with a number of visual, sound and voiced elements, that the artist then animated digitally.
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