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Gretchen Andrew – HOW TO HOW TO HOW TO draw at Link Cabinet

The Link Art Center is proud to present HOW TO HOW TO HOW TO draw, a new work by Gretchen Andrew. The show will be online at Link Cabinet from July 5 to August 4, 2017.   HOW TO HOW TO HOW TO draw is an online performance that will develop continuously until the end of the exhibition. Each day artist Gretchen Andrew will watch one of YouTube 4 million videos titled "How to draw...". Following the instructions the artist will draw using a digital drawing pad, she will record the process and will present it in an endless loop. The drawings will be arranged on Link Cabinet to interact with each other, shaping a composition that will enhance on a daily basis. (more…)

AVENUE by Nicolas Sassoon at Link Cabinet – Documentation

From May 5 to June 4, 2017 Link Cabinet presented AVENUE, a work by Nicolas Sassoon.   AVENUE is a large animated GIF which dimensions deliberately exceed the size of the screen, forcing the viewer to penetrate into an hypnotic portrayal of an architectural space. The representation depicts the interior of “Avenue” an underground art/music project active in Vancouver BC, Canada between 2012 and 2015. The scene has been recreated by the artist based on his personal memories with no intent to be a precise depiction of the space. The artist invites us to follow him in a world blending memories of real elements with imaginary visions. (more…)

Nicolas Sassoon – AVENUE at Link Cabinet

The Link Art Center is proud to present AVENUE, a new work by Nicolas Sassoon. The show will be online at Link Cabinet from May 5 to June 4, 2017.     AVENUE is a large animated GIF which dimensions deliberately exceed the size of the screen, forcing the viewer to penetrate into an hypnotic portrayal of an architectural space. The representation depicts the interior of “Avenue” an underground art/music project active in Vancouver BC, Canada between 2012 and 2015. The scene has been recreated by the artist based on his personal memories with no intent to be a precise depiction of the space. The artist invites us to follow him in a world blending memories of real elements with imaginary visions. (more…)

Better Not Tell You Now by Émilie Brout & Maxime Marion at Link Cabinet – Documentation

From March 8 to April 7, 2017 Link Cabinet presented Better Not Tell You Now, a project by Émilie Brout & Maxime Marion.   Better Not Tell You Now is a generative video created and presented for the first time at Link Cabinet. Using machine learning technology the artists trained an artifical intelligence with a database of forty thousand messages from Reddit, the renowned social news aggregator and discussion website. Going through subreddits like Conspiracy, Philosophy and Futurology, the artists selected messages and discussions focused mainly on Artificial Intelligence and Singularity. (more…)
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