Cory Arcangel is presenting solo exhibition All the Small Things at Denmark’s Herning Museum of Contemporary Art (HEART), opening March 21 and running to June 22.
Serving as a survey of sorts, the exhibition title, presumably taken from the 1996 Blink-182 song of the same name, draws on the fact that at 35 years old, Arcangel is already considered a pioneer in the field of new media art. This will Arcangel’s first show of new work in three years, also featuring some older seminal pieces and launching with a performance of ‘Dances For The Electric Piano‘.
Since his early days of hacking gaming consoles, new media platforms and the consumption of them have changed drastically, all of which Arcangel approaches through the eyes of an artist begun in the swell of a once free, since then, not so much network.
See the HEART website for details. **
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