We are very happy to have contributed to the book “From Bits To Paper“.
A publication reflecting on the work of contemporary artists who explore the collision between the digital and physical worlds.
The presentation did take place
the 23rd October 2018,
at Fondation Gulbenkian in Paris.
A curious counter-movement has emerged in the fields of art and design. Instead of following the trend of dematerialization, artists and designers have been reversing it by decontextualizing and rematerializing digital native elements. Out of their context, these uncanny elements gain a new tangible materiality, appearing in public spaces, in galleries or in the middle of nature.
The book From Bits to Paper was recently published at Art Book Magazine (Paris) as part of collection liteʁal. The book, edited by Filipe Pais, gathers different texts (essays and interviews) by Aram Bartholl, James Bridle, Vincent Broquaire, Dominique Cardon, Martin De Bie, Julien Fargeton, Darko Fritz, Igor Galligo, Patricia Gouveia, Peter Jellitsch, Albertine Meunier, Filipe Pais, Esther Polak, Domenico Quaranta, Alexandre Saunier, Bernard Stiegler, Ivan Twohig, Clément Valla, Ivar Van Bekkum and Thierry Verbeeck.