“Zeroes and Ones” Connects ‘Art after the Algorithm’ to the Conceptual Art That Preceded It

“Zeroes and Ones” opens at Berlin’s KW Institute for Contemporary Art. Connecting zeitgeist theme ‘the algorithm’ with conceptual art, its works span contemporary installation to early-Modernist furniture design. Highlights include Tishan Hsu’s uncanny health care object Biocube (1988, image), Carolyn Lazard’s noise machine array A Conspiracy (2017), and Lee Lozano’s didactic A Boring Drawing (1963–9). The common thread: “scripting, scoring, coding” are “complicated through lived experience,” write the curators.


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