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Prince Gallery, Hauser Pl. 16A, 1127 Copenhagen, Denmark

Kristoffer Ørum: Invisible Objects

Invisible Objects

Kristoffer Ørum's exhibition consists of a number of everyday objects: a video, a chair, a refrigerator door with milk, a dish with a watermelon, a bread box with brown bread, a sink with pasta and a number of PU foam objects - all of which emit through different wireless networks that are available within and outside the gallery.

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Van Abbemuseum, Bilderdijklaan 10, Eindhoven

The 1980s. Today’s Beginnings?

The 1980s. Today's Beginnings?, Installation View

'The 1980s. Today’s Beginnings?' explores the 1980s from six European perspectives, examining the relevance of this transformative decade for today. This collaborative project comprises a diverse mix of artworks, music, TV, graphic and archival material, exploring a wide set of socio-political themes through the lens of culture.

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Sprüth Magers, Oranienburger Straße 18, D-10178 Berlin

Dreaming Mirrors Dreaming Screens

Dreaming Mirrors Dreaming Screens, Installation View

Bringing together the practice of thirteen international artists, the exhibition 'Dreaming Mirrors Dreaming Screens' appeals to the intuitive mind and creativity beyond referential thinking. Departing from the artists´ production, it navigates through narratives in the realm of surrealist animation, abstraction and subjects of 'New Materialism' embracing the logic of the internet.

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Institute of Contemporary Arts, LASALLE College of the Arts, 1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940

Practising habits of the day

It, heat, hit

'Practising habits of the day' is a group exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore which investigates the choreography of repetitive movements that underlie our day, patterns and gestures and language routines.

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Annka Kultys Gallery, 472 Hackney Road, Unit 3, 1st Floor, London, E2 9EQ

Molly Soda: From My Bedroom To Yours

From My Bedroom To Yours, Installation View

Molly Soda's first sholo show outside the US features twenty recent works by the Detroit-based digital artist realised across a variety of digital platforms, including videos, gifs and NewHive.

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Frutta, Via Giovanni Pascoli, 21 00184, Rome, Italy

Lauren Keeley: In a Year

In A Year, Installation View

Young British artist Lauren Keeley's images are composites of views and objects assembled and visualised in computer software, later rendered in found and screen-printed fabrics stretched across wooden panels. 'In a Year' at Frutta gallery showcases her latest, intricate works.

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BOM | Birmingham Open Media, 1 Dudley Street, Birmingham, West Midlands B5 4EG

BOM Fellows: Live R&D

Live: R&D Installation View, Birmingham Open Media, 10 March - 1 May 2015

Visitors must be willing to interact, ask questions, and get their hands dirty - not always metaphorically. Marianne Templeton reviews Birmingham Open Media's Live R&D laboratory, where art, science and technology meet.

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