Data Rhei

From the punk band to Steve Jobs: Data Rhei on scales of power in What Matters at Garage Arnaud Deschin, Aug 24 – 27

24 August 2017

The What Matters group exhibition is on at Marseille’s Garage Arnaud Deschin (la GAD), opening August 24 to 27.

Running at the same time as Marseille’s ART-O-RAMA fair, the show includes works by Ethan Assouline, Hélène Bertin, Florian Pentsch and Dimitri Robert-Rimsky.  The opening evening will host sound performances by Body Lotion, Knut Vandekerkhove, Violence Policière and Yung Soft

Curated by Data Rhei, the exhibition looks at scales of power, “the crisis between intimate and politics,” and explores “our capacity to produce discourse in an ideologically hostile infrastructural space,” asking you to settle in the in-between; “from the punk band to Steve Jobs.”

Visit the FB event page for details.**

  share news item

The Imaginary internal of living your work with Glimpse of Future Homes, Then Get to Work at Glassbox

29 March 2017

The Glimpse of Future Homes, Then Get to Work exhibition at Paris’ Glassbox opened March 9 and ran to March 11, 2017.

Curated by Data Rhei, the group show featured work by the project, as well as  Camille Angibaud, Laura Buttons, Fleury Fontaine, Alix Gallet, Hadrien Gérenton, Monika Gruzite, Simone C. Niquille, Anna Ternon and Sophie Varin.

The press release includes a narrative written by Data Rhei that explores the in-between, with an excerpt that reads “I’m traveling to see Bae. I’m writing you from the plane again! I’m feeling more and more at home between its wings. The space within is so impersonal; the passenger has, from flight to flight, to set his world inside.”

The artists brought together question in one way or another, the pre-existing systems to display work, and exploring the exhibition as a place of the ‘Imaginary.’**

The Glimpse of Future Homes, Then Get to Work group exhibition, curated by Data Rhei, was on at Paris’ Glassbox, which ran March 9  to 11, 2017.

  share news item