Tag Archives: emst

Afresh (2013)

 A new generation of Greek artists Curated by Daphne Dragona, Tina Pandi, Daphne Vitali Duration: 24 October – 31 December 2013 National Museum of Contemporary Art , Athens (EMST) The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens (EMST) presents the group exhibition titled Afresh, A new generation of Greek artists from October 24th until December 31st […]

Mapping the Commons, Athens (2010)

Mapping the Commons, Athens is a collective study, a contemporary reading and an open cartography of Athens and its special dynamic. In a difficult financial period in which the contemporary metropolis seems restless and vulnerable, the Hackitectura collective in collaboration with an interdisciplinary group of young researchers and students seeked for, examined and documented the […]

Esse, Nosse, Posse: Common Wealth for Common People (2010)

The network society and especially the internet culture of the last twenty years has changed our mode of working, communicating and living. The numerous and continuously evolving digital networks of people, institutions, movements and organisatations have been based on the new possibilities of technology  but have also given birth to new forms of economy and […]

Mark Amerika – Unrealtime (2009)

The National Museum of Contemporary Art presents from October 22nd, 2009 until January 3rd, 2010, for the first time in Greece, a retrospective exhibition of the American artist and pioneer in the media arts field, Mark Amerika. The first presentation of his work in Greece took place in the framework of EMST’s online exhibition titlted […]

From real to Unrealtime: A conversation between Mark Amerika and Daphne Dragona

excerpt from the catalogue accompanying the exhibition Unrealtime D.D.: What’s the essence of time for your writings and works? You are often referring to “Unrealtime”, “make/fake time”, “asynchronous realtime”, and “timeless time,” different notions that negate time’s very nature but reflect our contemporary experience of time in the digital era. How do these notions and […]

Tag ties & affective spies (2009)

a critical approach on the social media of our times The social web, commonly known as web 2.0, resembles an intermixture of promises and contradictions that refer directly to its main components, those of sociality and participation. In the new public spaces of the contemporary info-sphere such as the YouTube, the Facebook or the flickr, […]