On 30 September 2017, NeMe invites you to the opening of Phenomenological lightworks, an exhibition focusing on cameraless photography.
At this critical juncture for debates on nationalism, freedom of movement, borders and law, we are delighted to announce a new EU Culture Fund Cooperation project: State Machines – Art, Work, and Identity in an Age of Planetary-Scale Computation.
In an era when connectivity is taken as a given, communication is often thought of as free and boundless. As network infrastructures increasingly disappear into the environment, to always be in touch has come to be felt as natural. Posts, chats, comments and multiple instant reactions shape an image of a space where communication is immediate, vivid and often noisy.
Call for Proposals from Furtherfield and NEoN Digital Arts Festival.
While archaeology has often understood cultures through excavations of hoards and coins, what will today’s digital currencies tell future archaeologists about the way we live and trade?
NeMe with the Semiotics and Visual Communications Lab of the Cyprus University of Technology and the Cyprus Photographic Society (Limassol Branch) are launching this open call for workshops participants from the arts, design, technology, other disciplines, and the general public.
Respublika! – Second call for applications – deadline 15 September
Respublika! deadline reminder – 1st call – deadline 30 June
Respublika! is a one-week community media arts festival which will take place in Cyprus in 8 December 2017 – 16 December 2017. The festival will be simultaneously translated into an exhibition, which will run from 8 December 2017 – 12 January 2018, and will feed a series of seminars.
On Saturday, 20 May 2017, 6:00pm, NeMe, the Contemporary Art Centre of Thessaloniki, and the Department of Fine Arts, Cyprus University of Technology invite you to Ambiguous bodies: timeless interpretations
The political events of 2015-2016 witnessed the rise of far and alt right politics in many countries including the US, the Philippines, and various countries in the EU. This shift reveals a dissatisfaction with the currently long established political parties but also with what appears to be an increasing inability to imagine a better, more egalitarian, and safe future.