Curating Science Fiction Art

Science Fiction
re:publica 2017

Short thesis: 

This science:fiction panel discussion will assemble curators, who (recently) organised exhibition projects within the broad spectrum of science fiction highlighting motives from literature, art and music inspiring technological visions and development.


This panel discussion will examine currrent artistic and curatorial practice and explore new ways of looking at art and science fiction. The discussions will range from purist sci-fi classics to contemporary interpretations that blur the lines between the disciplines. How is the digital revolution changing our perception of science fiction in other words how much science fiction are we already living and what role do artists and curators play in translating new ideas to a wider audience. 

  • Uri Aviv: curator of Utopia "Designing Tomorrow", Tel Aviv 2016 
  • Eden Kupermintz: Contributor to Utopia, Tel Aviv 2016
  • Martina Lüdicke: curator of the "Golem Exhibition", Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Berlin 2017
  • Boris Moshkovits: moderator, project director Russian-Jewish Museum & Tolerance Center 2012
Stage L1
Monday, May 8, 2017 - 12:15 to 13:15