• Postcards to Toronto – Luminato Festival 2015

     A partnership between Luminato Festival and PATTISON Onestop Artists from the Pan American countries – who 
    have never been to the city – share snapshots of the Toronto they imagine in an art installation appearing throughout 
    Toronto’s transit system. (Group Show) external link
  • Malla-Net 2.0 – 12 Bienal de La Habana, Centro Wifredo Lam

    Malla Net is a web application that gives the possibility of creating virtual worlds 
    (metaverse) in which today’s world can be uploaded to the internet. The piece has been 
    developed using open sources and is published under MIT license. It also assumes the 
    collaborative paradigm as a creation process. Malla Net 2.0 emerges as a tool to explore 
    the internet as space and the social relations structured from it. Virtualized worlds 
    are displayed in subdomains that facilitate the users’ immersions in the internet through 
    virtual reality devices.
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  • Cool War: Game Art Across the Straits

    Months after the December, 2014 announcement of the normalization of relations between the two nations, Cool 
    War showcases artists whose work reminds us of the abiding manichaeisms and military technologies that structure 
    video games, while also signaling the ludic and open potential for game art.
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  • Cuban Virtualities

    Cuban Virtualities is the first exhibition on new media art from Cuba to be held 
    outside the island. While a surge in access to digital technologies and the Internet 
    has affected many urban centers in the developing world, their scarcity in Cuba is 
    compounded by a situation of geographic, political and economic isolation. Because 
    the Internet is substituted for a limited version of the World Wide Web on the island 
    (an Intranet), artists working in new media have acquired a spirit of resistance, 
    aiming to reach beyond the barriers established by the Cuban state and the United 
    States-backed embargo.external link
  • Zeit(lose)Zeichen (a tribute to Otto Neurath)

    Zeit(lose)Zeichen (a tribute to Otto Neurath)
    What is the state of art in today’s visual language? Signs, icons and ideograms determine 
    our daily communication; pictographic guidance systems dominate public space. Much of what we 
    understand as visual language originates in Otto Neurath’s Vienna Method of Pictorial Statistics, 
    later known as ISOTYPE (International System of Typographic Picture Education).
    This multi-media exhibition, curated by Maria Christine Holter and Christopher Burke, features 
    over 30 contributions from renowned contemporary Austria based artists, whose work is either directly 
    or indirectly inspired by Neurath. The exhibition presents various artistic strategies for using 
    pictograms and pictorial statistics to visualise political, social, global or purely individual 
    agendas. Original works by social economist and Vienna Circle philosopher Neurath (1882 Vienna – 
    1945 Oxford) will feature alongside contemporary pieces.
  • I Don’t Play Dominoes

    Cocosolo Social Club, Marianao, Havana, Cuba, 2011 (Public intervention) Video Link
  • Portugal Arte 10

    Portugal Arte 10 EDP is a new biennial show of contemporary art in Lisbon / Portugal and the 
    surrounding region. The first edition of the international survey of contemporary art features a 
    large program of specially commissioned public sculpture projects and site-specific installations, 
    alongside 8 curated group exhibitions. In this video, VernissageTV has a look at the exhibitions 
    in the Portugal Pavilion in Lisbon and speaks with Artistic Director Stefan Simchowitz, who talks 
    about the concept of Portugal Arte 10 and the curated group exhibitions.external link
  • Hablando Alto

    Hablando Alto, Luz y Oficio Gallery. Havana, Cuba, 2010. (Group Show)
  • Lanca Cuba

    (PRESS RELEASE)
    A Gentil Carioca has the pleasure to invite you to the opening of the show 
    Lanca Cuba that will take place on Saturday June 28th from 4p.m. to 8p.m. This 
    exhibition will introduce the work of seven young Cuban artists showing for the 
    first time in Rio de Janeiro. external link
  • Salud, Deporte y Control

    (PRESS RELEASE)
    by Lillebit Fadraga Galleria Umberto Di Marino Arte Contemporanea is pleased to present, 
    Thursday, October 9, 2008, his first exhibition of young Cuban art entitled Salud, Deporte 
    y Control, by Lillebit Fadraga. The three artists in the exhibition, Yaima Carrazana, 
    Rodolfo Peraza and Loidys Carnero, will share the gallery space... external link
  • Play and Learn

    Nina Menocal Gallery, Mexico DF, 2008. (Solo Show)
  • Pacemaker

    The strongest work in Pacemaker is by the lesser known Rodolfo Peraza, 
    whose projection work For Your Safety strikes a note of deft subversion. Peraza 
    has created a lexicon of little human figures modelled on the generic man/woman 
    symbols used to demarcate public washrooms. In his works, he places these figures 
    in various predicaments, many of which can be read as comic commentary on the fate 
    of the Cuban people. (read more) Documentation
  • Nothing Is Vain Everything Is Prohibited

    Public Sign installation, 2003, ISA, Havana, Cuba. (9th Havana Biennial, Collateral Show)