Sat, March 25th, 2023 – Sun, January 07th, 2024
The exhibition presents contemporary approaches of artists who, on the one hand, continue the lines of research of the preceding renaissances and, on the other, open up new fields of research. It also features convincing parallel research or elective affinities between science and art. The focus is on a new culture of tools. It provides insights into artistic laboratory situations and artistic-scientific collaborations that open up a shared multidisciplinary field of knowledge for the 21st century — from biochemistry to genetic engineering and information design to neuroscience and unconventional computing.
Artists Featured in Renaissance 3.0
Louis Bec, Otto / Oskar Beckmann, Michael Bielicky, Kamila B. Richter, Hubert Blanz, Jonathan Borofsky, Tega Brain, James Bridle, Daniel Canogar, Lutz Dammbeck, Agnes Denes, Anna Dumitriu / Alex May, Thomas Feuerstein, Holger Förterer, Julie Freeman, Christoph Girardet, Barbara Hammer, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Ivan Henriques, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Christian Lölkes, Jan van IJken / Jana Winderen, Interspecifics, Manfred Kage, Jens Kull, Armin Linke, Bernd Lintermann, Christian Losert / Daniel Dalfovo, Ana Mendieta, Dorcas Müller, Pasi Orrensalo, Paul Panhuysen, Constanza Piña Pardo, Helen Pynor, robotlab, Tomás Saraceno, Sivu, Nina Sobel, Saša Spačal, ::vtol::, Götz Dipper / Peter Weibel, Michel Winterberg, Liang Zhipeng