On view: v01ces – Über die (menschliche) Stimme im Zeitalter der Künstlichen Intelligenz, Galerie Nord/Kunstverein Tiergarten, Berlin, 10 November 2023 – 13 January 2024 (Opening Fri, 10 November 2023, 19h); Was ist Kunst, IRWIN?, HMKV, Dortmund/DE, 9. September 2023 – 28 January 2024
Upcoming: Niklas Goldbach, The Paradise Machine, HMKV, Dortmund/DE, 16 March – 11 August 2024 (Opening Fri, 15 March 2024); The revolution will not be televised (working title), exhibition of the Wiener Festwochen 2024, Kunsthalle Wien, 17 May – 1 September 2024 (Opening Thu, 16 May 2024); Videotutorials (in the series “Digitale Bildkulturen” at Klaus Wagenbach, ed. by Annekathrin Kohout & Wolfgang Ullrich, autumn 2024)
Awards: In 2021 HMKV’s exhibition Artists & Agents – Performance Art and Secret Services curated by Inke Arns, Kata Krasznahorkai and Sylvia Sasse received the “Exhibition of the Year 2020” prize by the German section of AICA (International Art Critics’ Association). In 2019, together with Igor Chubarov and Sylvia Sasse, Inke Arns was awarded the Justus Bier Preis für Kuratoren 2018 for the project The Storming of the Winter Palace. In 2017 HMKV received the ADKV-ART COLOGNE Award for Art Associations, after having been nominated for the sixth time and having received an Honorable Mention at ART COLOGNE in 2013. In 2013, HMKV’s exhibition Sounds Like Silence. John Cage – 4’33” – Silence Today curated by Inke Arns and Dieter Daniels was awarded the “Exceptional Exhibition of the Year 2012” prize by the German section of AICA (International Art Critics’ Association).
Recent publications: Was ist Kunst, IRWIN? (2023), Jana Kerima Stolzer & Lex Rütten: We grow, grow and grow, we‘re gonna be alright and this is our show (2023), House of Mirrors – Artificial Intelligence as Phantasm (2022), Technoshamanism (2021), Stefan Panhans & Andrea Winkler: The Pow(d)er of I Am Klick Klick Klick Klick and a very very bad bad musical! (2021)