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Art in the Age of Anxiety

Sharjah Art Foundation Curated by Omar Kholeif Mar 21 – Jun 21, 2020                           Works shown: Catt, What Has Been Seen, Ceiling Cat

“Ceiling Cat” in the public domain

We just released to public domain the hires image of our sculpture Ceiling Cat, through Wikipedia. We made an agreement with SFMOMA – who acquired the work – to give up ownership of the photo, so that anybody can copy it and use it for whatever purpose, free of charge: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Eva_and_Franco_Mattes,_Ceiling_Cat.jpg You’re all welcome to […]

What Has Been Seen

Fondation Phi pour l’art contemporain, Montreal Nov 7, 2019 – Mar 15, 2020                                                                                     […]

“Ceiling Cat” at Team Gallery

Somewhere in “Data Doubles”, our ongoing exhibition at Team Gallery, “Ceiling Cat” is watching you. This tiny sculpture is a taxidermy cat peeking through a hole in the ceiling, a direct interpretation of the meme “Ceiling Cat”, which surged in popularity from 2006 onwards concomitant with the #lolcat phenomena. The all-seeing feline had many online lives […]

Data Doubles

Team Gallery, Los Angeles May 12 – Jun 23, 2019                                                                               Works shown: Personal Photographs, Ceiling Cat, […]

Ceiling Cat watching you at SFMOMA

Photos of the exhibition “Snap + Share: Transmitting Photographs from Mail Art to Social Networks“, that just opened at SFMOMA. Guess what we’re showing?

Snap + Share: Transmitting Photographs from Mail Art to Social Networks

SFMOMA, San Francisco Curated by Clément Chéroux Mar 30 – Aug 4, 2019                                           Work shown: Ceiling Cat  

LMAO

Open Data Institute, London Jan 23 – Sep 30, 2018                   Work shown: Ceiling Cat  

A new ceiling for Ceiling Cat

Opening tomorrow at Open Data Institute London! “Ceiling Cat is a sculpture of a cat poking its head through a hole in the ceiling. It watches the activities of the ODI from above, and is a direct artist’s interpretation of the online meme of the same name. The original photoshopped image is thought to have […]

Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie

Raum für Gegenwartskunst, Mannheim Sep 9 – Nov 5, 2017                                                             Works shown: Dark Content, Abuse Standards Violation, Ceiling Cat