Current Events


25. February 2023 – 25. February 2024
Group Show, Museum of Communication, Kopenhagen

Communication pervades our lives more than ever before. With the digital channels, we are constantly accessible and can publish ourselves wherever and whenever we want. But despite the many great opportunities, the tide of information may often appear confusing, polarizing or hateful, and our public conversation is challenged.

On November 19, 2022, ENIGMA will open new exhibition areas and a large children’s area, in which we look forward to welcoming everyone.

Behind the screens. 50 years of computer art.

22. January – 4. June 2023
Group Show, CODA Museum, Apeldoorn

Online, interactive and endless ones and zeroes in algorithms and coding; digital art, in all its forms and designs, is occupying an increasingly important place. And not only that. The growth and developments in the field of digital art also force us to think about the definition and meaning of concepts such as ‘unique’ and ‘authentic’. With more than 50 works by 29 artists, the group exhibition Behind the screens – 50 years of computer art shows the various forms of digital art and the developments from the 1970s to the present. A large part of the works of art in this exhibition come from a private collection from Apeldoorn, which includes a number of iconic works of art and gives an impression of the development of digital art.



Upcoming Events

Ihr Paket ist abholbereit

8. July 2023 – 25. February 2024
Solo Show, Kunsthalle Osnabrück, Osnabrück

2023 👋🏻 I am looking fwd to this solo. It will be the 30th anniversary of the Kunsthalle and 375 Jahre Westfälischer Friede 2023. The Kunsthalle is partly located in a former church. It’s quite a space to work in 😮😅 looking fwd to this! It will be a fun project. 🙂 Stay tuned! ✨


17. June – 23. July 2023
Group Show, Projectspace A:D:, Berlin

Recent Events

Weak Signals

12. May 2023
Talk, UdK Berlin, Berlin

Artist talk at Weak Signals. New Narratives in Art, Prof. Lukas Feireiss & Prof. Dr. Florian Hadler. Weak Signals. New Narratives in Art and Technology

Tilt Shift – Darmstädter Tage der Fotografie

28. April – 7. May 2023
Group Show, Darmstädter Tage der Fotografie, Darmstadt

Tilt/Shift – Experiment as Normality
Even in our society’s fields of activity we previously believed to be safe, the contemporary crises prevalent worldwide are revealing to us a long-inconceivable collapse. Although no claim can be laid on a normal state of the world, the feeling of security is dwindling for an ever-growing number of people: habitual viewpoints are breaking away, certainties are shifting. The promise that all will remain well, or that things will be all right again, is currently unravelling and is almost impossible to carry into tomorrow from today. Even people who, thus far, imagined themselves to be safe in their habitat are noticing that their everyday life is under ever-more frequent threat. Thought patterns are being queried and discussed – constructively by groups and individuals, but also in a polarising way by fact-twisters. Old discourses on euro-centrically and post-colonially influenced views of the world – in macro and in micro – are being sustained and propagated. Times of crisis not only signify uncertainty, but are also able – despite it all – to highlight opportunities. Partly out of necessity, potentials are examined at all levels for open spaces, new phenomena and further developments. Will the experiment of constantly having to refocus become the normal state now? How can photography capture the enormous changes? What images allow us to better understand an uncertain, diverse world subject to turbulent and complex transformation – and to keep an eye on the experiment’s open outcome?

Let’s Do It All!

11. March – 21. May 2023
Group Show, Stadtgalerie Kiel, Kiel


Blog Archive for Tag: tesla

Tesla: Hall of fame

December 8, 2007

Three years of Tesla. It’s a pitty it’ll be closed end of the year.

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“re:place” conference and “9 evenings” exhibition at tesla

November 20, 2007

I went to re:place media art history conference last week, listening to some panels and talks. I did like the poster presentations, in Pechakucha style ( 10 presenters in 1 h) a lot. A 2,5 h panel with 4 panelists is sometimes quite long. But over all I got some interesting insights in media art history.
On Saturday I met Eva de Groote from at Tesla to take a look at the “9 Evenings Reconsidered: Art, Theatre, and Engineering, 1966” exhibition, originaly shown at MIT.
It was great fun to see today, in the era of the end of media art, the very beginning, the original equipment and beautiful movie documentations of 1966.

“9 evenings reconsidered: art, theatre, and engineering, 1966” at Tesla
opening hours:
10.11 through 02.12.2007
tues through sun, 6 pm – 10 pm

More pics of re:place conference and 9evenings exhibit on flickr.

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Second Life @ t e s l a: Lecture by Jo Fabian

May 14, 2007

From the Tesla newsletter:

second life 1 – with jo fabian
jo fabian visits us in our reality. a few months ago, having attained all important artistic goals, he emigrated to second life. now, he accepts our invitation, in the context of two tesla salons, to offer a first report on his experiences over there and to present his perspectives on the culture industry.
thurs 17.05.
at 8:30 pm
tesla salon

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