Emotion + the Tech(no)body
This autumn the ACF London presents a programme of events, projects and exhibitions across the fields of digital, electronic and sound arts and experimental film. Austrian artists have been pioneers in digital arts for decades and this autumn sees a dedicated in-house exhibition of Austrian and UK artists alongside Ars Electronica at the V&A’s Digital Design Weekend and festivals such as the Unconscious Archives and Salon Flux celebrating the best of digital and sound art.
Our autumn exhibition Emotion + the Tech(no)body considers our cultural and emotional attachment to data and the relationship of our bodies to technology. The exhibition includes work by Austrian and international artists working across sound art, experimental film, software programming, laboratory culture, sculpture, ephemeral art, instrument building, and post internet art.
Featured artists: Davide Bevilacqua & Veronika Krenn (IT / AT), Stephen Cornford (UK), Benedict Drew (UK), Graham Dunning (UK), Reni Hofmüller (AT), Ulla Rauter (AT), Audrey Samson (CA / UK), Christine Schörkhuber (AT) and Theresa Schubert (DE)
The exhibition is curated by Sally Golding and part of the Unconscious Archives Festival 2017.