HeK Basel Reopens with Digital Cartography and Invisible Worlds

After months of lockdown, Basel’s HeK reopens with “Shaping the Invisible World,” a group exhibition that explores digital cartography as an instrument of knowledge. Curated by Boris Magrini and Christine Schranz, the show unfolds “spectacular panoramas and virtual scenarios” by James Bridle, Lukács & Broersen (image: Forest on Location, 2018), Trevor Paglen, Fei Jun, and others, that subvert contemporary cartographic practices to ask pressing questions about privacy, authorship, economic interests, and data aggregation.

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$40 USD