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Art and Telepathy 2016

Curated by Jacqueline Drinkall and Warren Neidich


Phylogenesis of Generosity 2016

The Point Lobos Studies for a 21 st Century Photo Consciousness, 2016
Co-curator: Helena Productions

Phylogenesis of Generosity 2015

The First Prinzessinnengarten Outdoor Sculpture Triennial, 2015
Co-curator: Helena Productions


Distributions of Sensibility 2007

Group exhibition curated by Warren Neidich, Magnus Müller Gallery, Berlin

Curatorial project Participating Artists: Eric Angles, Matthew Antezzo, Pash Buzari, Krysten Cunningham, Olafur Eliasson, Liam Gillick, Jan Mancuska, Yudi Noor, Tomas Saraceno, Erik Smith, Nora Schultz, Jordan Wolfson


Conceptual Art as a Neurobiological praxis 1999

Exhibition curated by Warren Neidich, Thread Waxing Space, New York, USA, 1999
Curatorial Project


Chiasmus 1997


The Re-distribution of the Sensible

The logics of perception and experience are no longer materialistically defined only by contours of geometric and linear time and space arranged hierarchically in a rigid lattice but rather follow curved, non-linear Rheimannian paradigms that are expressed in complicated, non-hierarchical, rhizomatic shifting patterns.


Remapping

“Remapping” investigates new ideas concerning mapping as manifest in art but which are generated by algorithms that link different websites or are inspired by neural network theory.


Architecture of Mind

Steven Holl asks the same question of architecture that Merleau-Ponty asks of philosophy . Can the ambulating sentient being embedded as he or she is in the matrix of concretized values as they are inscribed in that being experience and understand seeing in a context articulated for that purpose?


  • Founder Biography

    Warren Neidich is an artist, writer and organizer who works between Berlin and Los Angeles. Neidich’s interdisciplinary and time-based art works explore discursive, cultural and linguistic fields; the ways they interact and reflect themselves in the production of subjectivity and identity through the reconfiguration of brain and mind; and the way these changes have implications for creativity and artistic production.