Founded in 2015, NOME operates between art, politics, and technology.
By exploring the nodes of entanglements between these fields, NOME aims to raise critical awareness of the crucial issues facing our age.
The gallery works with international emerging and mid-career artists whose practices engage diverse disciplines and involve a broad range of media.
NOME enables artists to deepen their research and further their artistic potential by collaborating with various cultural institutions and facilitating the production of new works for each exhibition.

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Satellite View Pictures by Ingrid Burrington Inaugurate New Season at NOME Berlin

Art Exhibitions | Elena Martinique

Questioning the all-seeing omniscience, Ingrid Burrington will present a series of satellite view pictures that demystify the politics of technology.

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Editor's Pick: Before the Summer Break
Editor's Pick: Before the Summer Break

Top Lists | Lorenzo Pereira

In June, we saw a number of great exhibition openings. In addition, we wrote a number of features about different important themes. Take a look at Editors' Pick for June

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Kinetic Light Sculpture Works by Joris Strijbos at NOME Berlin

Art Exhibitions | Ana Moriarty

Joris Strijbos presents his kinetic light sculptures Axon and Homeostase at NOME Berlin, investigating light, movement, sound, time, and space.

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