Warren Neidich

Warren Neidich is a conceptual artist and theorist based in Berlin and Los Angeles. He is the founding director of Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art and the English editor of Archive Books, Berlin. He founded the website www.artbrain.org which includes the Journal of Neuroaesthetics in 1997. His Pizzagate Neon was exhibited as part of the 2019 Venice Biennial in the Zuecca Project Space. Recently published books include Glossary of Cognitive Capitalism, Archive Books, 2019; Neuromacht,Merve Verlag, Berlin, 2017. He has been guest tutor at Goldsmiths College, London 2004-2007 and the Weissensee Kunsthochschule, Berlin 2016-2018 as well as lecturing at such institutions as Harvard University, Columbia University, Princeton University, Brown University, University of Oxford and University of Cambridge
Pizzagate Neon, 2019, Neon Glass, Zuecca Project Room, Venice Biennial.
Phantoms of the Acephalous,KAI 10 Foundation, Dusseldorf,Neon Glass and Prosthetic Arms, 2020

The following video interview was done in November of 2020, discusssing Drive-By-Art


Warren Neidich

Lawrence Weiner, 2020
Warren Neidich

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  1. […] Warren Neidich spoke to us in mid-May of 2020. An artist and a theorist, Neidich felt he needed to act and engage as the pandemic unfolded. What was a vibrant community of artists and patrons suddenly dissolved because of forced isolation. In reaction to this, and inspired by similar alternative exhibitions he and others have created, he fashioned a public exhibition that could be viewed from a car – a drive by exhibition. To hear more, including some of the cultural history of where Neidich lives with his partner in East Fork, Long Island, the inspiration for his drive by public art exhibitions and an in-depth discussion of cognitive capital, listen to the complete interview. […]

  2. […] Warren Neidich spoke to us in mid-May of 2020. An artist and a theorist, Neidich felt he needed to act and engage as the pandemic unfolded. What was a vibrant community of artists and patrons suddenly dissolved because of forced isolation. In reaction to this, and inspired by similar alternative exhibitions he and others have created, he fashioned a public exhibition that could be viewed from a car – a drive by exhibition. To hear more, including some of the cultural history of where Neidich lives with his partner in East Fork, Long Island, the inspiration for his drive by public art exhibitions and an in-depth discussion of cognitive capital, listen to the complete interview. […]