Rafaël Rozendaal, Abstract Browsing 22 01 01 (Dropbox), 2001, Foto: Gert Jan van Rooij Courtesy of Upstream Gallery Amsterdam
Between pixel and pigment. Hybrid painting in post-digital times
Jul 7 – Nov 10, 2024
Kunsthalle Bielefeld
Bielefeld, Germany

“There is a fascinating interface between pixel and pigment where digital and traditional art techniques meet and intermingle. This area explores the interplay between digitally generated images and handcrafted painting techniques, creating new visual languages and forms of expression.”


The exhibition, developed jointly by the Museum Marta Herford and the Kunsthalle Bielefeld and taking place simultaneously at both venues, is dedicated to post-digital hybrid painting and thus reflects our hybrid post-digital present, anchored between the digital and the analog. In this large-scale collaboration, the focus is on a painterly way of thinking that has expanded considerably, especially in the last ten years, through the equal interweaving of content and technology of the hybrid. The international artists fundamentally question the traditional medium of painting. To what extent do the changes influence materialities, image-media structures and aesthetics? How do hybrid spaces, bodies that have become fluid and a feeling of being in-between find pictorial correspondences? With the Kunstakademie Münster as the third project partner, museum practice, academic teaching and research are combined in an experimental way.

The Kunstakademie Münster is organizing an accompanying symposium.

Sónia Almeida, Tim Berresheim, Salomé Chatriot, Vivian Greven, Wade Guyton, Tishan Hsu, Jacqueline Humphries, Charlotte Johannesson, KAYA (Kerstin Brätsch/Debo Eilers), Peter Kogler, Vera Molnar, Mukenge/Schellhammer, Laura Owens, Seth Price, Rafael Rozendaal, Pieter Schoolwerth, Amy Sillman, Avery Singer, Cheyney Thompson, Philipp Timischl, Corinne Wasmuht, Anicka Yi and others.

In cooperation with Marta Herford

Between pixel and pigment. Hybrid painting in post-digital times
Jul 7 – Nov 10, 2024
Kunsthalle Bielefeld
Bielefeld, Germany

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