CAP aims to present new and exceptionally strong work by established artists and emerging artists based in Asia and Europe, and is committed to exhibiting contemporary work of all disciplines.
Media Art Globale (MAG) is an art, technology and science themed festival showcasing cutting edge works held every two years. Due to the exceptional circumstances happening globally where people have had to change their way of life and routines, home and nature consequently are becoming the best places where activities can continue, and therefore this year, MAG is having the idea of “marking the era” by holding its 2020 exhibition virtually. The event is titled “Quantum Land” and the five realms.
Ars Electronica_Prisma Garden Indonesia
Prisma Garden showcases 5 distinct Indonesian artists whose works depict their restlessness and hope on the current situation and sets the expectation that spectators will apply their empirical experience and understanding gained from the artworks.
MAG - Ars Electronica
Its an honour of Media Art Globale Festival to invited by Ars Electronica to participated in 40th years Ars Electronica at Linz, Austria.
Versus Virus, Hackathon
CAP founder participated to the one of 42 hi light team who won the 1st Hackathon Versus Virus in Switzerland.
03.04 - 05.04.2020.
Speaker at Ars Electronica
In its 40 years of existence, Ars Electronica has built up a vast network of partners and friends all around the world. In this session, the focus will be on exactly these connections, shared research endeavors, and cooperations, showcasing projects and insights from current research, artistic projects, and experiments.
Horst Hörtner (AT), Director Ars Electronica Futurelab
Artists: Fauzie As`ad, Annette W.Talsi, Valerio Vincenzo, Joana Bernd, Abenk Alter, Mahendra Nazer, Nathania Valentine, Nisa Elvira, Karin Josephine, Ayu Desianti, Onel, Popo Mangun, Ali Hamzah, Talitha Maranitha, Widi Pangestu Sugiono, Hally Ahmad & Daniel Göttin.
Festival Film Region Indonesia
in Kino Toni Zurich
Fokus on a Region: INDONESIA Tiga Dara (1956) by Usmar Ismail Filmvorführung | 28.05.2017, 19:30 Toni-Areal, Kino Toni, Ebene 3, Pfingstweidstrasse 96, Zürich Klub Kuleshov: Fokus on a Region: INDONESIA ... first Indonesian film to be restored in the highest 4K format with the assistance of film-restoration ... Indonesian cinema, with themes which remain relevant for modern Indonesian society.
Prisma Art Project, Rheinfelden
Indonesian`s Artist: ANGKI PURBANDONDO,
PAPS (Prison Art Programs)
“In the Name of Leaf”
(Project about diversity, nature & human being with technology as medium dialog
that connecting Switzerland & Indonesia in LIVE streaming during the Vernissage)
Prisma Art Project, Zurich
The Experience was learning to communicate the two different concepts which could produce better visual data analytics of the two projects and build broader communities of visitors.
The content was the combination of the concepts of Globalisation (Mona Liem) and Glocalisation – (Cordelia Oppliger). The combination aimed to refresh and produce a whole new perception of communication in exhibitions. In this context, the combination of New Media Art (2.0), virtual art installation, live streaming and classic New Media (photo, drawing and classical video) is discussed.
For the 1st time Morosani Hotel in Davos, Switzerland, open an art exhibition organise by CAP to present Budi Ubrux from Jogyakarta, Indonesia.
This is the 2nd time of Ubrux do the exhibition after 20years ago.
National of Gallery, Indonesia
You print it...
Presentation of new ephemeral productions by AES+F., åyr, Peter Aerschmann, Beni Bischof, Maja Cule, Critical Art Ensemble, DullTech™, Karl Holmqvist, Marcus Kraft, Juan López, Meier & Franz, Modeling Agency (Janus Hom & Martyn Reynolds), Helena Hernández and Rafael Koller aka The Niñxs, Sarah Ortmeyer, Angki Purbandono, PUNK IS DADA, Rosalie Schweiker & Maria Guggenbichler, Stipan Tadic, Britta Thie, Valentin Hauri, Valerio Pellegrini, Eva Vuillemin + Ruth Erdt.
Control / Shift / Plus
Museum Bärengasse, Zurich
CONTROL / SHIFT / PLUS is a joint exhibition by students of the international CAS/MAS programme in Curating at ZHdK with their individual artists. It will show a variety of different artist practices from photography to installative works to video art and performance pieces.
The exhibition was not intended as a group show, but all of the works loosely dealt with topics on the controlling of societies and territories and the shifting of the meaning of places and things.
Curator: Mona Liem
a joint exhibition by students of the international CAS/MAS programme
Valerio Vincenzo – Borderline Project
Paloma Ayala – What escaped corruption is extremely precious