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Unburdened by the limitations of the real world, visionary concepts and fictional scenarios of architecture and design in virtual space, are explored in /imagine: A Journey into The New Virtual at MAK in Vienna, Austria.
Looking through Patricia Piccinini’s portfolio, is like stepping into wonderland; “curiouser and curiouser”, as Lewis Carroll famously wrote. Here, however, one won’t find any Mad Hatters, March Hares, hookah-smoking caterpillars perched on mushrooms, or White Rabbits donning a pocket-watch. This is a different kind of wonderland. One, which is strangely, yet decidedly, alluring.
The age of social media has brought with it a new kind of self-dysmorphia – one that is fueled by the filters we use to present a perfected image of ourselves to the world. In the world of social media, the line between reality and illusion is blurred, and our perception of ourselves can become distorted.
Explore ‘Small Amnesias’ at Kunsthalle Neuwerk, an evocative exhibition by Maltese artist Vince Briffa. Immerse in a unique blend of video art and soundscapes that echo Malta’s rich heritage, expertly curated by Nina Maier. A sensory journey of memory, identity, and place
Dev Dhunsi, a Norwegian-Indian multidisciplinary artist and photographer based in Stockholm is currently presenting his inaugural solo exhibition at MELK, Oslo. “Encircling Stories” features images captured during Dhunsi’s seven-year exploration, spanning from Punjab to Goa, traversing diverse regions of India by train. The exhibition reveals evolving relationships with land, highlighting the complexities of a region undergoing agricultural challenges, monoculture threats, and dispossession.
Charleston Lewes is currently hosting Through the Joy of the Senses an exhibition by contemporary artist Jonathan Baldock. The solo show explores Baldock’s fascination with sculptural form, craft traditions, and folklore. The selection resonates with Lewes’s historical and cultural context, weaving a narrative inspired by the town’s rich folklore, myths, and legends.