14.03–20.03 DIGITAL ART EXHIBITION “REMOTE SIGNALS” Most of the art we see and experiment today arrives to us through a screen. Some artworks have been created precisely for this type
14.03–20.03 DIGITAL ART EXHIBITION “REMOTE SIGNALS”
Most of the art we see and experiment today arrives to us through a screen. Some artworks have been created precisely for this type of distribution: they inhabit the network and feed from it, offering us a vision of a world immersed in a constant flux of information. These works thus become remote signals which allow us to discover the reality of a distant geographic zone, as well as to re-examine our own. This exhibition aims to present in Tallinn a selection of new media artworks created by artists from Spain and Ibero America that offer visitors a view of our globalized society by means of current digital technologies.
The curator of the exhibition is art critic and investigator Pau Waelder who has also worked as a curator for exhibitions like «Real Time. Arte en tiempo real» (Arts Santa Mònica), «Data Cinema» (Festival Media Art Futures), and «Extimidad. Arte, intimidad y tecnología» (Es Baluard Museu d’Art Modern i Contemporani), amongst others. He is editor for the Media Art section of the art.es magazine and writes for ETC media (Canada). From 2011, Waelder is part of the curator team of the Art Futura festival.
märts 14 (Esmaspäev) - 20 (Pühapäev)