Humane Methods [∑XHALE]. On Perceptual Transformation
published: 3 May 2021
@ CTM Magazine

An interdisciplinary collective established by artists Marco Donnarumma, Margherita Pevere, and Andrea Familari, Fronte Vacuo was conceived of as a response to ecological, social, political, and technological crises. Their ongoing work Humane Methods casts a critical eye towards the complex imbrications that make up our contemporary landscape, reflecting on the myriad violences of human-algorithmic entanglements. Fronte joins writer and curator Daniela Silvestrin to explore the limits of Western knowledges, values, and frameworks for creating, understanding, working with, and relating to technology.

Theresa Schubert and Andrew Adamatzky: Experiencing the Unconventional. Science in Art
published: 10 September 2015

Theresa Schubert and Andrew Adamatzky are the two editors of the recently published book Experiencing the Unconventional. Science in Art (World Scientific Publishing, 2015, 356 pp) — a book that gives deep insight into the work of a series of artists, established and not, where the border between artistic and scientific research becomes blurry. Both the editors and the artists they present represent a generation of artists who often have dual degrees in both art and science, or who are independent researchers who have been involved with specific scientific disciplines over many years through collaborations with scientists and residencies in labs, universities, or scientific institutes. In so doing they have acquired highly specialized knowledge which they use as a starting point and source of inspiration for their artistic work. (…)

Challenging perception
published: 23 September 2013

The visitors of “SIN”, Mario de Vega’s first solo exhibition (*1979, Mexico City) which opened on June 20th, 2013 at the Laboratorio Arte Alameda in Mexico City, had to confront themselves with a similar situation and similar questions like those coming to the opening of Yves Klein’s exhibition “Le Vide” (“The Void”) in Paris in 1959, for which the famous brasserie “La Coupole” specifically prepared and served blue cocktails to all visitors: a special mixture of gin, Cointreau and methylene blue, which made the pee of those who drank it turn into blue for about one week (the time period of Klein’s exhibition). (…)

Dialogues on “Bioart” #1. A conversation with Jens Hauser
published: 10 Dezember 2012

In the series _Dialogues on “Bioart”_, Daniela Silvestrin will speak with curators, artists, cultural workers and other professionals who deal with “Bioart” in different ways and have been working in this field for a number of years . The series starts with a conversation held with Jens Hauser – German curator, writer, and cultural journalist. (...)

reSource for transmedial culture. A new project of transmediale
published: 5 Dezember 2011
@ digiMag - digicult's Magazine

With the edition in 2012, the transmediale festival, taking place in Berlin every year, celebrated its 25th anniversary by introducing not only the new Artistic Director, Kristoffer Gansing, but also a new project called reSource for transmedial culture, developed and curated by Tatiana Bazzichelli. (…)