All posts in March 2016

  • Observations: ArtScience Museum Singapore

    Arboreal  has been selected to be a part of Observations, ” a curated program of artists’ moving-image works that explores how a scientific line of enquiry, or a methodology of observation derived from science, generates meaning within artistic practices. Through the work of four international artists, the program celebrates curiosity and seeing; how the artist’s eye might see the world differently. Referencing nanotechnologies, the natural world, sound waves and the materiality of our own bodies, each of these works take a difference starting point, and use diverse ways to explore their subjects. As a whole, these works remind us of the powerful potential of the artistic processes of exploring, perceiving and visualizing the world around us. Their investigations take us on a journey of sight and sound that penetrates the surface of everyday observations and opens the door to otherwise unseen worlds.”

    Featuring works by Semiconductor (UK), Ryoichi Kurokawa (Japan), Skoltz_Kolgen (Canada) and Rohini Devasher (India).

    As part of the ArtScience on Screen at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore.


  • GLOBALE: New Sensorium at the ZKM

    New Sensorium curated by Yuko Hasegawa has opened at the ZKM in Karlsruhe. Bloodlines and Doppelganger are being exhibited as part of a show that focuses on new sensory realms, indicating a new consciousness derived from globalization and digital technologies.

    “New Sensorium« is an exhibition presenting the work of some sixteen artists sensing the way forward, exploring exit strategies from the dark confusion at the precipices of dualist modernization. It is a step towards a new ecosystem, of media and material, directed toward another future, another body – a renewed sensing of the organism.”