Compression Artifacts – Joshua Citarella (with friends).

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Compression Artifacts was built at an undisclosed location and developed by Joshua Citarella. The project features works by: Wyatt Niehaus, Kate Steciw, Brad Troemel, Artie Vierkant and of course, Joshua Citarella. The construction was performed in front of a live feed, broadcast during daylight hours. Following the exhibition the structure was demolished.
All artworks and building materials were incinerated and regathered as ash.

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Graphic Corrolary Set No. 1 – Amur Initiatives Media.

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Jacob Schaeperkoetter-Cochran

Graphic Corrolary Set No. 1 is the first collective exhibition held by Amur Initiatives Media and Research Group, a curatorial project that is focused on creating avenues of active circulation and distribution, especially in regards to urgent global issues. It aims to serve as a rotunda of information exchange as well as an alternative exhibition venue. In Graphic Corrolary Set No. 1 the artists John Knight, Lia Griesser, Jonah Porter, Jacob Schaeperkoetter-Cochran and Zachary Davis were chosen to meditate on the complexities found at the junction of industrial and environmental operations.

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Jonah Porter

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Zachary Davis

Open Shape – Jasper Spicero.

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Cup Holder Relic, 2013 Alex Mackin Dolan

Open Shape” was the first project/ exhibition composed entirely with 3D printed objects curated and developed by Jasper Spicero. It features the works of Alex Dolan, Yngve Holen, Matthew Johnstone & Max Wernér, Katja Novitskova, Ilya Smirnov and Jasper Spicero himself. “Open Shape” was divided in three different versions (‘Winter‘, ‘Spring‘ and ‘Fall‘), composing together a singular curatorial project that “…captures three seasons in the childhood of 3d printing”. The objects were also presented at the New York City Frieze on May 10, 2013 and thereafter, the objects were offered for print-on-demand via the Shapeways website.

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Fast as Schnell Replacement, 2013 Yngve Holen

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CASH4U, 2013 Matthew Johnstone & Max Wernér

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Chanterelle, 2013 Katja Novitskova

Speculations on Anonymous Materials – Fridericianum.

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Ed Atkins, Still from “Warm, Warm, Warm Spring Mouths,” 2013

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(L) Ken Okiishi, gesture/data, 2013 (R) Katja Novitskova, Approximation V, 2013

Speculations on Anonymous Materials is a group show at the Fridericianum, Kassel (still running through January 26), featuring Ed Atkins, Alisa Baremboym, Simon Denny, Aleksandra Domanović, Josh Kline, Oliver Laric, Daniel Keller, Katja Novitskova, Jon Rafman, Timur Si-Qin, Ryan Trecartin, among many others. The show’s central conceit is digitally disseminated, artistic practice and content alike are decentralized, decontextualized and rendered ordinary, indistinguishable from the output of broader visual culture and brings together approaches in international art that reinterpret the Anonymous Materials created by rapid and incisive technological change.

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Antoine Catala, (L) Image Families (Not Cat/Pizza/Ass/Car). (R) (Cat/Not Pizza/Ass/Car), 2013.

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Josh Kline, Creative Hands, 2013 (detail)

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Aleksandra Domanović, Little Sister, 2013.

Unstable Media – Curated by Anne de Vries.

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Ilja Karilampi.

Unstable Media was a collective exhibition at Galerie Martin van Zomeren, Amsterdam (June 22 – August 31, 2013 ) and curated by Anne de Vries. The exhibition brought together mostly sculptural works in which it is possible to recognize ideas of displacement, disorientation, and instability, while also using methods of digital media and photography, which in many ways “capture” frag- ments and “fixate” bits. In the rearrangements and selection of these pieces, new narratives and meanings may arise before it all falls back into the material that made it tangible, featuring the artworks of Olga Balema, Nina Beier, Spiros Hadjidjanos, Calla Henkel & Max Pitegoff, Ilja Karilampi, Katja Novitskova, Ben Schumacher, Timur Si-Qin, Jordan Wolfson, among others.

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Timur Si-Qin

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Anne de Vries

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(L) Jordan Wolfson, (R) Katja Novitskova

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Nina Beier

Hyper Spectral Display (.HSD)

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Hyper Spectral Display (.hsd) is a project initiated by Eleanor Ivory Weber dedicated to showcasing new art by international artists. Its first collective exhibition took place in 55 Sydenham Rd Marrickville NSW 2204 AU (June 28 – July 14, 2013 ) featuring wonderfull creations by Adam Cruces , Amalia Ulman , Clara Chon , Jack L. Dunbar , Joe Hamilton , Matthew Linde , Megan Hanson and Oliver van der Lugt. “.HSD artists exist as agents of their own production, they are the altar boys and girls of the perpetual present in a so-called secular society.” said Eleanor, the curator. .HSD will also release a publication, the .HSDPDF in early 2014, designed by Nadia Hernandez, featuring contributions from the artists, new texts from: Giselle Stanborough , Holly Childs , Kailana Sommer and Rozsa Farkas.

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Joe Hamilton

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Adam Cruces

Surfers’ Paradise.

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New Media Holographic Utopia @ H&M 2013, digital image by Megan Hanson and Holly Childs

Surfers’ Paradise was an artist residency and exhibition in Melbourne from November 1-10, 2013 curated by Joe Hamilton with the assistance of Hamishi Farah. The event featured 15 Australian artists creating, documenting and uploading all artwork live on the event’s website. Also a dialogue section of the website presented an ongoing conversation between the participants and public during all the event. At the conclusion of the residency, the studio space opened to the public for a three day exhibition; giving the audience an opportunity to experience the material qualities of the artworks first presented online.

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Clueless 2013 (2013), digital image, by Holly Childs and Marian Tubbs

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Thomas Payne

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Thomas Payne

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Marian Tubbs

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Oliver van der Lugt

Repeat Pattern ∞ – The Composing Rooms.

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Installation view, Repeat Pattern, Gloria Knight

Last, but not least is Repeat Pattern ∞ in collaboration with London-based contemporary art gallery The Composing Rooms. This time in Gloria Knight Gallery, New Zealand where The Composing Rooms curated an extraordinary group of artists to start off their year of 2013 in perfection.

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Simon Denny, Supported Video Clam, 2011

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Mason Vincent, Untitled (Running joke), 2013

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Daif King, blsck_ringdoh, 2013

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nightcoregirl (Sybil Prentice), Cheer-Extreme, 2013, Cheermix (19.13min mp3 burnt to disk)

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Katja Novitskova, Exotic Pets, 2012

Compression Artifacts.
Amur Initiatives Media.
Open Shape.
Fridericianum.
Galerie Martin van Zomeren.
Hyper Spectral Display (.HSD).
Surfers’ Paradise.
The Composing Rooms.