Photos from the opening >>> [Flickr album]
Photos from the press conference >>> [Flickr album]
The exhibition aims to expand public debate about the ever-present surveillance and censorship methods.
The exhibition is based on the collaboration with a network of scientists, journalists, activists, and artists in some twenty countries around the world, and in cooperation with expert organizations such as the German PEN Center, the Chaos Computer Club, Reporters Without Borders, and such platforms as netzpolitik.org, digitalcourage.de, WikiLeaks, and others. The exhibition’s aim is to expand public debate about the ever-present surveillance and censorship methods, which is an urgent priority not only due to constant new reports in the media, but especially because of the extensive obstruction of the investigation of these practices.
The exhibition features 33 both internationally recognized and emerging artists works from more than 13 countries world-wide, including Latvia. The exhibition is produced by Goethe-Institut Riga and RIXC, in cooperation with the ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe.
Artists: Artist Collective “3/8” (LV), aaajiao (CN), Hamra Abbas (KW / US), Selma Alaçam (DE), Halil Altındere (TR), Daniel G. Andújar (ES), Zach Blas (US / GB), Osman Bozkurt (TR), James Bridle (GB / GR), Alice Cavoukdjian dite Galli (FR / DE), Hasan Elahi (BD / US), Finger Pointing Worker + Kota Takeuchi (JP), Kaspars Groševs (LV), Michael Grudziecki (PL / DE), KIT-KASTEL (DE), Frédéric Krauke (DE), Marc Lee (CH), Virginia Mastrogiannaki (GR), Erik Mátrai (HU), Ruben Pater (NL), Dan Perjovschi (RO), Ma Qiusha (CN), Pēters Riekstiņš (LV), Oliver Ressler (AT), Bernhard Serexhe (DE), Christian Sievers (DE), Alex Wenger (CH / DE) & Max-Gerd Retzlaff (DE)
Exhibition Curators: Bernhard Serexhe and Lívia Nolasco-Rózsás
The exhibition is a part of the annual RIXC Art Science Festival.
+371 67228478 (office)
+371 26546776 (Rasa Smite)