I’m in the process of curating exhibition titled Gaming Playground, between tinkering, soldering and re-thinking about the set up of the exhibition, finding places for reading on gaming. Very glad there is free Croatian version of Ian Bogost‘s book How To Do Things With Video Games published by MaMa and Libra Libera: http://monoskop.org/images/f/f3/Bogost_Ian_Kako_ciniti_stvari_videoigrama_2-up.pdf
Illustration taken from: www.the-arcade.ie
Is it possible to travel through time? Not with sophisticated tech machinery but via photography. After all, who says that travelling via photography isn’t sophisticated?!
Those are some questions on which Ana Peraica is trying to find the answer within photography projects Negativeland and Positiveland.
From Negativeland series by Ana Peraica (c)
Glass negative of Nikola Kuzmanic, Leica lens in B&W vs color conversion
Before I’m going to start with individual presentations from this year’s edition of Device_art 3.009, held last month in Zagreb, I owe you few wordz on the concept and origins from the organizers of the festival, Kontejner – bureau of contemporary art praxis.
Mika Fukumori: Ototenji
Yesterday I went to the exhibition ‘Lately, Not Far’ with artsworkz by two young artists, Mounira Al Solh (The Sea Is a Stereo) and Darinka Pop Mitic (On Solidarity) in the Gallery Nova. The exhibition is first in the series of events connected with Istanbul Biennale 2009 as a sort of pre-setup.
Let’s Not Swim Then by Mounira Al Solh (c)