FICTION AND FABRICATION. PHOTOGRAPHY OF ARCHITECTURE AFTER THE DIGITAL TURN
March 20 – August 19, 2019
MAAT, Museu Arte, Arquitectura e Tecnologia | Lisboa
Fiction and Fabrication gathers nearly 50 artists who build and manipulate images of architectural objects and spaces. Marking 30 years since Photoshop was invented, and digital tools invaded photographic production, this exhibition focuses on the imagery of architecture as a central theme to an expanded practice of photography in contemporary art. At a time when digital tools preside over the making of architectural images for media consumption, fictions stemming from the art world appear here as a critical alternative that questions and expands the concept of architecture.
Participant artists: Aglaia Konrad, André Cepeda, Andreas Gursky, Anja Niemi, Antoni Muntadas, Bas Princen, Beate Gütschow, Carlos Garaicoa, Celine Condorelli, David Claerbout, Dionisio Gonzalez, Doug Aitken, Edgar Martins, Erwin Olaf, Evandro Soares, Filip Dujardin, Gerold Tagwerker, Gregory Crewdson, Hanna Starkey, Hans Op de Beeck, Inês Lombardi, Isabel Brison, James Casabere, James Welling, Jeff Wall, Jonathan Lewis, Lucia Koch, Mafalda Marques Correia, Martha Rossler, Mónica de Miranda, Nick Relph, Nicolas Grospierre, Olivier Ratsi, Olivier Boberg, Patrick Hamilton, Pedro Tudela, Philip Schaerer, Rita Sobral Campos, Rodrigo Oliveira, Roland Fisher, Sabine Hornig, Tatiana Macedo, Teresa Braula Reis, Thomas Demand, Thomas Ruff, Veronika Kellndorfer and Wolfgang Tillmans.