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In the world of digital art, there is an increasing emphasis on collaboration, open code and network creations. Iterations aims to broaden the digital method to include analogue artistic practices, the exchange of knowledge, and exhibition spaces. All these activities encourage artists to explore new forms of collaboration like multi-authorship, or political and social possibilities. The audience will have an opportunity to immerse themselves in the artists’ work and themes!

The exhibition is created by a group of artists who took part in one of the previous editions of Iterations, reworking material from it into a new collective work of art. The result is more than a group exhibition, as it develops out of a shared creative process. A wide range of artistic disciplines will be represented – from performance to film and sound art. What happens when these disciplines meet? We invite you to find out!

With contributions from: Maxime Fuhrer, Julia Gorostidi, Geraldine Juarez, Rosa Llop, Nobert Math, Zoumana Meïté, Mia Melvaer, Luis Rodil-Fernández, Martin Rumori, Iris Torruella Segura.

 

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