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Screening series After Effects

Center for Contemporary Art in Estonia and Art in General (New York) invite to a screening series After Effects at Artis cinema which presents recent works by contemporary artists from New York.

The focus of the series is on the digital society and the effects of technologies to human nature.

After Effects is curated by the executive director of Art in General, Laurel Ptak, who in her selection of works has emphasized the dialectical tension in our current relationship to technology. While created in the name of progress to attend to our human desires, how do objects, interfaces, processes, aesthetics, and norms ultimately reshape these desires, and—in turn—reshape us?

The curator of the screening series Laurel Ptak will present a short talk on the selection of the artists.

Artists: Tyler Coburn, João Enxuto, Erica Love, Pedro Neves Marques, Wyatt Niehaus, Elizabeth Orr, Sondra Perry, Mariana Silva.


The event is supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia and Trust for Mutual Understanding.

Art in General is a nonprofit contemporary art organization that assists artists with the production and presentation of new work. Founded in 1981 by artists, it has been a pioneering force unlike any other institution in New York City, supporting thousands of local and international artists early in their careers. Alongside Art in General’s exhibition programs that take place in New York and internationally, its public programs and publications examine critical and timely issues in artistic and curatorial practice. Offering support that will have a lasting impact on artists remains the cornerstone of its vision and programs.

Center for Contemporary Arts Estonia (CCAE), founded in 1992, is a non-profit expert institution in international cooperation projects with a role to activate and develop Estonian contemporary art scene. Since 1999 CCAE is the commissioner of the Estonian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale and since 2016 co-commissioner of Baltic Triennial. CCAE works on collaborative projects both with local and international partners.