Alice Bucknell
Wednesday Kim
Xia Han
Léa Porré
Kumbirai Makumbe
Eda Sarman
Juan Covelli
Georgia Tucker
Keiken x Ryan Vautier
Chrystal Ding
Giovanni Muzio
Moisés Horta Valenzuela
Lorem
Pat Pataranutaporn
Isabella Salas × Nora Golic
Chris Kore
Carrie Able
Sven Eberwein
Mike Tyka
Ultrabianka
Mario Klingemann
Stepan Ryabchenko
Moises Sanabria
Jake Elwes
Angela Eames
Grayson Cooke
Fabiola Larios
Julia Kobel
Sophie Rogers
Camila Roriz (Cibymili)
Rachel Noble
Snow Yunxue Fu
Michael Pantuso
Max Colson
Marick Roy
Irene P Tello
Matthias Dörfelt

Inaugural Show

Moises Sanabria

Venezuelan-born, Miami-based Moises Sanabria is an interdisciplinary artist whose work extends dialectics of machine philosophy alongside trends in memetics through the context of networked social-media life. Moises' work is both philosophical and political, joining academic aesthetics with internet meme cultures.

Moises Sanabria's practice is deeply entangled with digital nowness, making use of live-streaming, video, new media, machine learning, and installation to further connect the advancement of science with art. Moises co-founded the digital art collective ART404 (Artnotfound) 2011 - 2019 and has also been known under the name moisesnotfound and moises404. He has been featured in Rhizome and The Miami Rail.

For Electric Artefacts Moises unveils Beyond Sculpture, a digital art project using contemporary sculpture and machine learning to create unique AI-generated images of sculptures that never existed before.

Selected Exhibitions

Cyber Subcritical Studies, Bikini Wax, Mexico City, 2019
Guccivuitton, Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, 2017
Transmediale 2k+12, Hause Der Kulturen Der Welt, Berlin, 2012

Education

School of Poetic Computation
Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York

Selected Press

Rhizome​,  5 Million Dollars 1 Terabyte
Huffington Post​, 5 Million Dollars 1 Terabyte: Pirated Data Displayed As Art
The Miami Rail, Art404 In Real Life - Gucci Vuitton
BuzzFeed​, This Airbnb Is A ‘Netflix And Chill’ Utopia​
Time​, There’s a MacBook Selfie Stick and It’s as Amazing as It  Sounds
The Guardian, Making viral art out of hardware is a growing trend amongst  artist trying to critique and humanise our relationship with technology

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