Re:Re: is a collaboration between artists Bat-Ami Rivlin and Corsin Billeter. The project explores different aspects of digital space and the implication of that space’s seamless integration with day to day physical life. This one-night exhibition is an experiment of connectivity and fragmented elements of communication and presence, touching on notions of digital space mimicking physical space and vice verse.
Re:Re: is presented as the closing event for the exhibition Low Res: Spatial Politics in the Cloud.
Bat-Ami Rivlin (*1991) is an Israeli artist based in New York City. Rivlin received her BFA from the School of Visual Arts, NY in 2016. She participated in numerous group exhibitions in the New York City area, including ‘Within a Circuit’ at NARS Foundation, ‘The Tide’ at the SVA Flatiron Gallery, to name a few. Rivlin’s work was featured in a Solo Show at the Arts Letters & Numbers Residency, Upstate NY.
Corsin Billeter (*1991) lives and works in Zürich, Switzerland and the digital realm. He studied at the School of Visual Arts, NY and the Zürich University of the Arts, where he got his Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts in 2016. He was part of several group exhibitions in Zürich and New York and was a finalist for the Start Point Prize 2015 at the National Gallery in Prague, CZ.