Paralogical Machines: When Images Meet Us in Space and Time is a group exhibition comprising of new media works by seven international artists. They are Charles Lim, Erika Tan, Kenneth Feinstein, Rajinder Singh, Tintin Wulia, Nye Thompson vs. UBERMORGEN, and the All Women’s Networked Jam Session (AWNJS).
The works are said to present the viewers with questions of how experiences are perceived through different contexts. Be it how we experience history, our dream states or what we take for granted in life. The press release states, “By [placing] these objects and artefacts into new perspective, we hope that new questions will be raised and that [the viewers] will find [their] own answers.”
The exhibition includes new works as well as pieces shown in international venues such as the Venice Biennale and the Melbourne International Arts Festival.
‘Paralogical Machines’ is made possible with the support of the Goethe Institut, the Centre for Research-Creation in Digital Media at the School of Arts at Sunway University, and Pro-Helvetia.
*AWNJS are Alexandra Murray-Leslie, Tina Frank, Ximena Alarcón Diaz, Zane Cerpina, Anna Xambo, Sissel Vera Peterson, Amanda Fayant, Karolina Jawad, Mari Lesterberg, Mika Haykowsky, Johanna Katharina Febronia Brunner, Tone Åse, Michelle Teran, Sophia Efstathiou, Unnur Andrea Einarsdottir, Frida Blomberg Håvardstun, Ada Mathea Hoel. This work was made possible through support from ARTEC Norwegian University of Science and Technology.