21 April – 20 July 2020
You’re in a computer game, Max!
Katriona Beales / Daria Blum / Rovert Cervera / Gibson/Martelli / Leiken /Bill Leslie / Jonas Pequeno / Daniel Shanken
Curated by James Irwin.
The exhibition positions the work of 8 artists in a navigational 3-dimensional digital space, within which muted videos overlap and collide to form new combinations, and a user performed soundtrack of the artists sound works provides the backdrop.
Expanded Fields – A moving image installation with live performance, sound and virtual reality.
23rd & 24th November 2019, Limerick City Gallery of Art
Collaboration with dance artist Jenny Roche, visual artist and choreographer Ruth Gibson, artist Bruno Martelli and composer Mel Mercier with dancers Kévin Coquelard, Henry Montes and Ursula Robb. Read More
Thursday 2nd May 6.30 to 8.30pm
45 Grange Rd, London SE1 3BH
GIBSON / MARTELLI
An exhibition of site-specific works by five artists. Drawing on archetypes from a myriad of sources to create immersive, illusionistic and experimental installations. Activated by the viewer, space materialises, dematerialises, unfolds, shifts and collapses as you journey through the various portals, crossing thresholds into other worlds.
A Shape_Shifters Exhibition
4 Nov – 4 Dec 2018 Daily 12-8pm
Intangible Cultural Heritage Park,
Guanghua Ave 2nd Section, Qingyang Qu, Chengdu Shi, Sichuan Sheng, China
This new media art installation re-establishes relationships between people, cities, art and life in a modern ritual. Read More
Opening 03 July 2018
Exhibition 04 July to 12 August 2018
We’re showing at FILE Electronic Language International Festival
SAO PAULO 2018 – The body is the message
FILE Electronic Language International Festival’s theme for FILE SÃO PAULO 2018 is “The Body is the Message“. Despite the apparent allusion to the world of the cyborg in the title, it refers to a different connection between technology and the body – to the aesthetic and artistic connection that is formed, which operates separately from the communicative flow of information and data – the appreciation of a work of art and of the way in which it is made.
For some time, artists have appropriated for their own use technologies from the field of medicine – in particular those devices that record the behavior of the internal organs of the human body – its heartbeats, brain waves, and breaths.
The Bronze Key: Performing Data Encryption at the TO BE ARCHIVED event
11-13 April Malmö Konstmuseum
The archive and acts of archiving
Respecting the past, anticipating future archival needs
Sensitive to what is kept and what escapes
Dilemmas posed by digitization
Performances of public, cultural, and personal memory
Caretaking and caregiving
Openness, access and inclusion
Until 29th April 2018
coffeeismycupoftea space, London
G/M will be showing prints from their Ruined project at coffeeismycupoftea. In the ‘Ruined’ series of images the artists used a network conditioning tool to throttle bandwidth to the Apple Maps app creating a series of images showing low-resolution models downloaded before the final high resolution versions are displayed. The low polygon models with softened shapes and smeary, muddy textures speak to the idea of unmaking, the high tech creating a kind of ruin. The mapping software though up to the minute, cannot keep pace with the breakneck changes occurring in the physical world — at some of the map sites a hole in the ground is now occupied by a building in real life and vice versa. The digital echoes an imperfect ideal.
Richard Ducker + Gibson / Martelli
Angus Hughes Gallery
Private View 20th April 6-9pm
Exhibition 21st April – 13th May
An indeterminate zone, frozen, governed by history’s Law where escape requires of us to float, as if just above the ground. It is a location devoid of humanity, only dancing avatars: an analogue stage choreographed in the digital. Stress levels exceeded as vectors take opposite directions…
The Bronze Key : Performing Data Encryption TEI
Twelfth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interactions
March 18-21, Stockholm, Sweden
We are showing The Bronze Key part of the Performing Encryption project at TEI, the Twelfth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interactions in Stockholm, Sweden
Counter Narratives The Performance Arcade 2018
Wellington Waterfront, New Zealand
Exhibition 23 – 25th Feb
1-4 March 2018
‘The Performance Arcade is an acclaimed live art event that attracts 40,000 people every year to Wellington Waterfront since 2011. Audiences come for an exciting and diverse program of art, live music, and performance, installed within a special architectural arrangement of shipping containers that are stacked and arranged together to create an innovative new space for performance and arts presentation. This miniature festival offers new encounters between artists and public, creating a vibrant hub that activates the city and exposes communities to new ideas and cultural perspectives.’
Gazelli Art House, London
Gazelli Art House presents ‘Enter Through the Headset 2’, the second part of the ground breaking, annual, virtual reality exhibition at the gallery.
Exhibition continues to 4 Oct
Collyer Bristow Gallery, London
These are extraordinary times.
Of unanchored worlds, ruptured spaces
Fabricated and dislocated places
Alternative languages, signs and systems
Confusions of reality and fictions.
Here are the dispossessed and the reinvented
The unfathomable, the inexplicable
The vampyres, visitors and hoodlums.
These are StrangeLands.
(US journalist Dan Rather’s Facebook post of 22 January 2017 currently has over 220k shares and 21k comments.)
Exhibition 1st – 30th April 2017
We are exited to be showing work in the great group show alongside artists:
Anne de Boer / Elliot Dodd / Henry Driver / Will Kendrick / Charley Peters / Caspar Sawyer
Private View: Friday 31st March 6-9pm SLAM Last Fridays
Exhibition continues 1st – 30th April 2017
We are pleased to announce that we are artists-in-residence at www.gazell.io for October.
During the artistic process a plethora of images are produced -often unused in the finished product and thus never reaching the public domain. These experimental images are part of the technical exploration process, provoking new pathways to visualisations – by-products of research, they can signify significant leaps of invention and potential thinking.