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Matan Mittwoch is part of the group show ‘LA PHOTOGRAPHIE À L’ÉPREUVE DE L’ABSTRACTION’ at Frac Normandie Rouen

Matan Mittwoch is part of the group show ‘LA PHOTOGRAPHIE À L’ÉPREUVE DE L’ABSTRACTION’ at Frac Normandie Rouen, opening on September 11th and closing on December 6th. with: XAVIER ANTIN, PIERRE-OLIVIER ARNAUD, MUSTAPHA AZEROUAL, SYLVIA BALLHAUSE, UTA BARTH, TAYSIR BATNIJI, LIONEL BAYOL-THÉMINES, PAULINE BEAUDEMONT, WALEAD BESHTY, JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BÉCHET, JULIANA BORINSKI, MICHEL CAMPEAU, MARIETA CHIRULESCU, STAN DOUGLAS, JAN PAUL EVERS, RYAN GANDER, PAUL GRAHAM, SHANNON GUERRICO, WADE GUYTON, BARBARA KASTEN, ZOE LEONARD, MATAN MITTWOCH, ROMAN MORICEAU, HANAKO MURAKAMI, CONSTANCE NOUVEL, EILEEN QUINLAN, SÉBASTIEN REUZÉ, EVARISTE RICHER, SEBASTIAN RIEMER, THOMAS RUFF, BETTINA SAMSON, ADRIAN SAUER, ZIN TAYLOR, LAURE TIBERGHIEN, JAMES WELLING, HANNAH WHITAKER

Matan Mittwoch is participating in the group show ‘Transcoding’ at Société, Brussels

Matan Mittwoch is participating in the group show ‘Trancoding’ at Société, Brussels alongside Gert Aertsen, Carl Andre, Matthew Biederman, Otto Berchem, Jane Benson, Alec De Busschère, Detanico & Lain, Lars Fredrikson, Pierre-Philippe Hoffmann, Farah Khelil, Takahiro Kudo, LAb[au], Le Corbusier & Iannis Xenakis, Julie Morel, Joachim Olender, Jacob Riddle, Thomas Ruff, Karin Sander, Yann Sérandour, Venetian Snares, VOID, Hannah Weiner and Wennig & Daubach.

The term “transcoding” originates from the field of computers and more precisely from the conversion of one digital format to another. However, this terminology appears more and more in the cultural context as a new paradigm beyond common media theories. It addresses the issue of correspondence of signs which one medium operates within another.

We now draw with algorithm, copy/paste in paintings, think resolution in photography or sculpt in 3D… All illustrate transcoding of these two spheres – the cultural and the technological one. This isologic approach has been addressed in Fluxus and concept art by the term of intermedia and now emerges in form of transmedia. The exhibition explores the trans-lation/coding of signs in between different forms of expression as a possible reading of actual artistic production.