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Interviews & Publications Related to Contemporary Art 
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Digital Hybrid and Disruptive Art Related to the New Economy of Art)


Twimble, The New App from the Team Behind ArtDependence
Article date: Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Twimble, The New App from the Team Behind ArtDependence

The team behind ArtDependence have come together to launch a brand new app that has been made with art lovers in mind. Twimble allows users to take two separate photographs and stitch them together instantly, allowing better record keeping and photo management. Once stitched, the single image is saved for as long as you need it, in your personal images library.

The Picture Is Not at Ease
Article date: Thursday, November 5, 2020

The Picture Is Not at Ease

“The Picture Is Not at Ease” is an exhibition of three artists Chen Ying, Su Yu-Xin and Wang Ziquan, showcasing their creative exploration in the visual fields of painting, video and relief and latest works. The mechanism of drew picture produces new meaning and new space for reading with the profound changes in the world order and daily experience brought by the pandemic.

Do you Twimble? The App That Stitches Photos Together For Better Record Keeping
Article date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Do you Twimble? The App That Stitches Photos Together For Better Record Keeping

The new app that allows users to take 2 photographs and instantly stitch them together. Once stitched, the single image is saved for as long as you need it, in your personal images library. You can store up to 50 images at any one time.

Powerplay @arebyte Gallery
Article date: Monday, September 7, 2020

Powerplay @arebyte Gallery

Powerplay promotes the digital arts scene in Africa and presents work by digital artists who are from or based in Nigeria, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Nairobi and the UK in collaboration with the National Gallery Zimbabwe (NGZ). The exhibition discusses the use of technology in creating a sense of identity and place within a digitised world, addressing gender, politics of borders and migration, dark markets of trade and the juxtaposition of isolation and communities forced out of working within a digital nature.

African Arts ― Global Conversations 
Article date: Wednesday, June 3, 2020

African Arts ― Global Conversations 

African Arts―Global Conversations draws from the Brooklyn Museum’s extensive and renowned collections to assert the importance of African arts within the art historical canon. Spanning the entire Museum, the exhibition questions dominant narratives from Western art history and museum practices that have traditionally sidelined African arts, and makes important connections between the continent’s various artistic practices and those of other global cultural groups.

ArtDependence Visits MuHKA in Antwerp - Belgium for the Re-Opening and it's fully Coronaproof
Article date: Wednesday, May 20, 2020

ArtDependence Visits MuHKA in Antwerp - Belgium for the Re-Opening and it's fully Coronaproof

"If I had to give a brief description of my experience at the exhibition, I would say that I focused on the work and enjoyed the silence. And to MuHKA, it is fantastic how much thought has gone into creating a perfectly safe environment".

We are the Chicken - Domestication By Koen Vanmechelen
Article date: Friday, April 17, 2020

We are the Chicken - Domestication By Koen Vanmechelen

Man is part of the great whole and does not stand above nature. That the human animal is exceptional, is merely an illusion. Like other animals, he is governed by biology and by the laws that govern other animals. Suddenly, within a few weeks, we have become the chicken that has to be kept indoors, cordoned-off, kept apart.

Art In the Days of Corona
Article date: Monday, April 6, 2020

Art In the Days of Corona

Every aspect of life seems to have been impacted by the coronavirus. But there are some constants amidst all of the tumult. ArtDependence reached out to the artists themselves to find out how they are being impacted in the days of corona.

Wunderwall Initiative Promotes Emerging Artists
Article date: Saturday, April 4, 2020

Wunderwall Initiative Promotes Emerging Artists

As the art world experiences unprecedented upheaval and lack of income, initiatives that support artists and champion new names in the industry are helping to bring attention to the work of the artists themselves.

Alpha Crucis -  Contemporary African Art
Article date: Thursday, April 2, 2020

Alpha Crucis - Contemporary African Art

Alpha Crucis underlines the originality and diversity of African artists who live and work in sub-Saharan Africa. The exhibition curated by André Magnin brings together three generations of artists who mostly live in large urban centres. It is not what they have in common that unites them, nor what kind of subject matter upon which they draw, but the necessities they have followed and what they lead us to think about.

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