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Seth Price Circa 1981- show at ICA

Seth Price is a super smart artist- don’t miss this show !

Seth Price Circa 1981

A survey exhibition of film and video works by American artist Seth Price



4 Oct 20177 Jan 2018 Lower & Upper Galleries

Still from Seth Price, "Painting" Sites (2000), courtesy the artist

‘Where we have spoken openly we have actually said nothing. But where we have written something in code and in pictures, we have concealed the truth…’

– Seth Price, Dispersion (2002)

Maia Conran; This island, and its buildings, is our private paradise

Check out this online show by our very own Maia Conran at:


A fascinating online work… It’s best viewed on a computer with sound.  View the work in context here…THE MAN WHO BROUGHT ME HERE. HE SAID HE WOULD BRING WATER. MORE WATER. THE MAN WHO BROUGHT ME HERE. HE SAID HE LIKED MY FACE, ASKED ME WHAT MY NAME WAS. THE MAN WHO BROUGHT ME HERE.

Guan Xiao at ICA

This show of Guan Xiao at the ICA looks super-relevant to some of the material + research interests in our pathway-

Guan Xiao: Flattened Metal in association with K11 Art Foundation

20 Apr 201619 Jun 2016

Exhibition Opening: Tuesday 19 April, 6pm – 9pm, ICA Bar. Free and open to all.

DJ sets by Eddie Fiction + Friends


Guan Xiao, Documentary: From National Geographic to BBC, 2015. Courtesy the artist and Antenna Space

Working mainly in sculpture and video, Chinese artist Guan Xiao (b.1983) explores how ways of seeing are now influenced by digital image circulation as an increasingly dominant source of knowledge and information exchange. In various works and installations she endeavours to expand the aesthetic and cognitive possibilities for how identity and meaning are assigned and understood.

Electronic Superhighway (2016-1966) at the Whitechapel Art Gallery

Electronic Superhighway (2016-1966)

29 January – 15 May 2016

This is the major new show at the Whitechapel Art Gallery

A major exhibition bringing together over 100 works to show the impact of computer and Internet technologies on artists from the mid-1960s to the present day.

It’s a pity that it is their ‘paying show’ this year- (Student price £9.50) but I expect it will have a lot of seminal work in it. It will probably be quite overwhelming.. so allow enough time to smake your visit. Would be great if some PTBM body wanted to do a blog post on this! As it is really relevant to our pathway…


Tank TV online video show- New Group Materialism

Some interesting video work here to view online, especially if you are interested in a

“kind of artistic practice that through video mimics the production processes of advertising, TV and fashion – a practice that instead of opposing the corporate/institutional spectacle, flirts with its idioms and subverts its (commercial) objectives.”



Max Dovey- PTBM Alumni- great interview about his latest show

Max Dovey – PTBM Alumni

is interviewed here about the fascinating research behind his current show which opens in Rotterdam next week….link to the interview here


Recent issues where computer programs and algorithms have incorrectly identified people and objects have started to open a wider debate about the socio-political ramifications of such misrepresentation. Artist Max Dovey – whom we first profiled in Imperica back in 2011 – is addressing these issues head-on in his new work, How to be more or less human.

How To Be More Or Less Human Max Dovey: beyond the person, beyond the image

Hito Steyerl at ICA

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Hito Steyerl at the ICA

How Not To Be Seen. A Fucking Didactic Educational .Mov File, Hito Steyerl, 2013, HD video file, single screen, 14min

5 March 27 AprIL 2014

Berlin-based artist and writer Hito Steyerl is one of the most critically acclaimed artists working in the field of video today. Steyerl’s work focuses on contemporary issues such as feminism and militarisation, as well as the mass proliferation and dissemination of images and knowledge brought on by digital technologies.

Here is the link  http://www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/hito-steyerl