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We=Link: Sideways
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We=Link: Sideways

21.11.2020 - 23.05.2021

We=Link, the new platform for net-based art, prestents with »We=Link: Sideways« its second exhibition.

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Shaping the Invisible World
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Shaping the Invisible World

03.03.2021 - 23.05.2021

The exhibition «Shaping the Invisible World – Digital Cartography as an Instrument of Knowledge» examines, through cartography, the representational forms of the map as a tool between knowledge and technology. The works of the artists on view negotiate the meaning of the map as a gauge of our digital, technological and global society.

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Artist Talk Jakob Kudsk Steensen
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Artist Talk Jakob Kudsk Steensen

Wed, 14.04.2021

Danish artist Jakob Kudsk Steensen in conversation with co-curator Boris Magrini about his VR work «Primal Tourism» which is on view in our current exhibition «Shaping the Invisible World – Digital Cartography as an Instrument of Knowledge».

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Instagram guided tour with curator Boris Magrini
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Instagram guided tour with curator Boris Magrini

Thu, 15.04.2021

Discover the exhibition «Shaping the Invisible World – Digital Cartography as an Instrument of Knowledge» on a guided tour with co-curator Boris Magrini

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Artist Talk Jakob Kudsk Steensen

Jakob Kudsk Steensen, Primal Tourism, 2016, Still Image, Photo credit: Jakob Kudsk Steensen, Courtesy of the artist

Danish artist Jakob Kudsk Steensen in conversation with co-curator Boris Magrini about his VR work «Primal Tourism» which is on view in our current exhibition «Shaping the Invisible World – Digital Cartography as an Instrument of Knowledge».

Wed, 14.04.2021, 18:00 - 18:30

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Shaping the Invisible World

Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukács, Forest on Location, 2018, video still, courtesy of Akinci and the artists.
The exhibition «Shaping the Invisible World – Digital Cartography as an Instrument of Knowledge» examines, through cartography, the representational forms of the map as a tool between knowledge and technology. The works of the artists on view negotiate the meaning of the map as a gauge of our digital, technological and global society.
03.03.2021 23.05.2021
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New addition to the collection

Four Transitions (2020) is the name of the new work by Swiss artist Jürg Lehni that has found its way into the HeK's collection through a donation from the Christoph Merian Foundation.#mediaculture

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HeK (House of Electronic Arts Basel) is the swiss national competence centre that deals with art forms that address and reflect upon new media and technologies. With its focus on interdisciplinary practices, it enables insights for a broad public into art productions of various genres between art, media, and technology.

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