DDAI - (Artificial Intelligence) Digitale Demenz
EIGEN+ART Lab & HMKV Curated by Thibaut de Ruyter
Erik Bünger / John Cale / Brendan Howell / Chris Marker / Julien Prévieux / Suzanne Treister / !Mediengruppe Bitnik

Thibaut de Ruyter

thibaut de ruyter is a french architect, curator and critic. he lives and works in berlin since 2001. he is (or was) a regular contributor to the magazines l'architecture d’aujourd’hui, artpress, il giornale dell'architettura, particules, fucking good art, frieze d/e, published texts in catalogues and directed two special issues of artpress about berlin and about art&prostitution. he curated among others the exhibitions «investigating evp» (resonance fm, london 2006), «weniger geld, mehr liebe» (tmp-deluxe, berlin 2008), «the last ten shots» (bongout, berlin 2008), «wach sind nur die geister» (hmkv, dortmund 2009 & coca, torun 2010), «nam june paik award 2010» (museum kunstpalast, düsseldorf 2010) & «nam june paik award 2012» (kunstmuseum, bochum 2012), «ghosts off the shelf» (kunstraum kreuzberg/bethanien - ctm-festival, berlin 2012), «the empty house» (museum angewandte kunst, frankfurt/main 2013), «INDUSTRIAL (research)» (hmkv, dortmund 2013), «BER-DTM-HNL...» (hmkv, dortmund 2014) and «richard meier - ein stilraum» (museum angewandte kunst, frankfurt/main 2015). he is, since 2007, a member of the aica-france.
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