The Jakarta Post
Illustration of a visual art exhibition. (JP/Seto Wardhana)
Media Art Globale (MAG20), a new media art exhibition focusing on technology and science, will return in a virtual format on Nov. 20 to 30 with the theme “Quantum Land”.
The exhibition will feature 21 artists from six countries and can be watched in 360-degree video streaming on its website.
Organized by Asian-European art platform Connected Art Platform, the exhibition is curated by its founder, Indonesian Mona Liem.
“The exhibition is divided into five realms: Genesis, Enigma, Nexus, Magna and Master. Each realm will showcase a different theme reflecting today’s situation,” Mona said during a press conference on Tuesday.
Sixteen Indonesian artists, including Monica Hapsari, Dwi Putro, Eldwin Pradipta and Ady Setyawan, will join the virtual exhibition with five other artists from Australia, Germany, the United States, Belgium and Greece. The artists come from various backgrounds, such as music, coding, schizophrenic activism, architecture sound engineering and murals.
Themes such as predictions for the future, human interaction, communication patterns and many more will be explored through analog and digital techniques by the artists.
MAG20 also will present discussions and workshops involving experts in art, technology and neuroscience.
In its inaugural edition in 2019, Media Art Globale showcased cutting edge new media art concepts. (wng)
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