Exhibitions are free and open to the public.
Network Effects presents media works by Bookchin made over the past decade on themes ranging from mass isolation and unemployment to the rise of white nationalism in America.
Future Perfect includes a roster of artists from around the world, whose work explores the complex forces pushing and pulling our technological culture, and our own identities within it. Their work speculates on present and future fusions and intersections between our rich internal worlds, our bodies, our relationships, and the strange inner lives of artificial intelligences, data clouds and social algorithms.
The works in the Atrium Gallery, the White Box Gallery, and the Salon explore new narratives and imaginaries that question how we interact with data and information. The works both reveal and challenge cultural and political conditions by presenting new ways of thinking, seeing, and being.