Through Other Eyes

Through Other Eyes


On Friday September 6, at 7:30pm, NeMe has the great pleasure of inviting you to the exhibition opening of Through Other Eyes, curated by James Bridle.

Throughout the Twentieth Century, the ability to see the world became ever more separate from human vision; in the Twenty-First, the ability to think and understand the world will follow. While they began by seeing the world, cameras are now starting to process and analyse what they see; to make decisions about the world they share with us. Computer processing generates whole new worlds in which nascent intelligences gambol and play. The vast memory banks and unsleeping awareness of contemporary computation allow for near-endless observation and infinite cogitation, changing our perceptions of time itself. Planetary-scale networks allow visions of one place to be instantly, and constantly, relayed elsewhere. The mechanical eye has become the machine eye, freed not merely from immobility, but from all other human limits.


Timo Arnall, Eric Cazdyn, Bryony Dunne, Eva Koch, Deborah Stratman, Brent Watanabe

Open call participants

Alexia Achilleos & Egor Chemokhonenko, Yevgeniya Borissyuk, Marinos Houtris, Marios Isaakides, Sakari Laurila, Nina Sumarac.

Through Other Eyes
dates and events

Venue: NeMe Arts Centre, Corner of Ellados and Enoseos streets, Limassol, Cyprus
06 September 2019, 7:30pm: Exhibition opening
Exhibition duration: 6 September 2019 – 2 October 2019
07 September 2019, 7:30pm: Curator’s and Artists Talks: James Bridle, Bryony Dunne, Eva Koch
21 September 2019, 7:30pm: Artist Presentation: Sanela Jahić
09 November 2019, 7:30pm: Artist Presentation: Jonas Lund
Opening Days/Times: Tuesday-Friday: 17:30-20:30; Saturday: 10:00- 13:00
Venue: NeMe Arts Centre (corner of Ellados and Enoseos sts. Limassol)


Main Funder: Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture
Support: Medochemie, Aksioma

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