Spotlight: Artists Imagine Variable Futures on the Blockchain in the Hyundai Blue Prize Art+Tech Exhibition, δημοσίευση Artnet News [16/1/2023]
Every month, hundreds of galleries add newly available works by thousands of artists to the Artnet Gallery Network—and every week, we shine a spotlight on one artist or exhibition you should know. Check out what we have in store, and inquire for more with one simple click.
What You Need to Know: Launched in 2017, the Hyundai Blue Prize by Hyundai Motor Company and Hyundai Motorstudio Beijing is an annual award that promotes and fosters curators and their visions. The award is comprised of two categories, the Hyundai Blue Prize Design in Busan, which focuses on curators who work in design, and the Hyundai Blue Prize Art+Tech in Beijing, which awards emerging Chinese art curators. Xin Bi was received the Hyundai Blue Prize Art+Tech in the 2022 edition, whose theme, “Disruptive Futures,” sought to examine technologies that jolt the status quo and imagine possible horizons. The exhibition Bi has curated, “Time After Time: The Polychronicity in Blockchain,” is currently on view at Hyundai Motorstudio Beijing, and, according to the space’s Art Director, DooEun Choi, “prompts us to engage in a dialogue regarding various aspects of time and forms of technology in order to ensure a more equitable, healthy, and resilient future.” The exhibition features a diverse array of artists and projects that engage with three parallel networks of time: “Chimera Time,” involving natural probabilities in blockchains; “Energy Time,” focusing on technological interdependencies and balance; and “Spime,” a neologism referring to intersections in the physical and digital worlds.
Η συνέχεια εδώ.