Concretely Immaterial HICA + grey) (area

We're showing The Time Machine in alphabetical order in Croatia as part of this exhibition opening today.  Here are the details and go take a break from the beach or the glittering sea and take a look if you're in Korčula : 

25 July - 11 September, 2011
This collaborative project will form an exhibition in two parts, showing at grey) (area space of contemporary and media art, Korčula, Croatia, from 25th July - 7th August and then HICA, the Highland Institute for Contemporary Art, Inverness-shire, Scotland, from 14th August - 11th September

Artists showing at grey) (area will be Geoff Lucas (UK), Eloi Puig (Spain) and Thomson + Craighead (UK). Artists showing at HICA will be Samuel Cepeda (Mexico), Nina Czegledy (Canada) + Marcus Neustetter (South-Africa), Darko Fritz (Croatia / Netherlands), Andreja Kulunčić (Croatia), Edita Pecotić (Croatia / UK), Transfer (Croatia) and Goran Trbuljak (Croatia).

Virtual states are variously employed in the artworks, especially through computer technology. In line with the title, Concretely Immaterial, the exhibition proposes these states, as well as such things as the works’ effects in the spaces of the galleries, and the experience of the viewers, as substantial and real. 

The collaborative form of the exhibition provides a framework for this exploration, as both galleries are at some distance from each other, and occupy what might be considered remote locations; viewers, it is expected, will experience the exhibition at least partly through technology or their imaginations.
Concretely Immaterial will run at grey) (area, Korčula, Croatia, from 25 July - 7 August, and HICA, Inverness-shire, Scotland, from 14 August - 11 September.

The exhibition at HICA is open on Sundays 2 - 5pm, or by appointment.


Our desktop documentary, A Short film about War will be screening tomorrow evening in NewYork at Rooftop Films -an outdoor cinema among the rooftops of Brooklyn, New York.  It's part of the program Where Soldiers Come From and tickets are US$10 with proceeds going towards the Rooftop Films production funding scheme.  So go take a look if you're in New York for July 4th weekend!!

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