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Pizzagate, 2017. Neon glass sculpture, approximately 400 x 500 x 280 cm,
Verein zur Förderung von Kunst und Kultur am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz e.V., back gallery
The Statisticon Neon, 2017. Neon glass and chalk on 24 blackboards, 570 x 320 cm
Verein zur Förderung von Kunst und Kultur am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz e.V., Wallwork
The Palinopsic Field, Installation view, LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions), 2016

Performance, Duende Diagram, Detail, Mana Contemporary, New Jersey, 2015


Venice Biennial, Rumor to Delusion
Zuecca Project Space, Venice, Italy

Warren Neidich will present his solo exhibition “Rumor to Delusion” at the Zuecca Project Space, to coincide with the opening of the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, in Venice, Italy.

Interview Artpulse magazine
Paul Laster

An American post-conceptual artist, writer and theorist, who splits his time between Los Angeles and Berlin, Warren Neidich has been exploring scientific and philosophical ideas in his art for the past 30 years.

Show Me Your Selfie
Aram Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea

Exhibition 7/17-10/6

Recent Works

Scoring the Tweets, 2018

Cologne, Germany

NEUROMACHT – Noise and the Possibility of a Future, 2018

Apr 14 – Sep 1, 2018
Cologne, Germany

Color of Politics, 2017

Verein zur Förderung von Kunst und Kultur
am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz e.V.
Linienstraße 40, Berlin

Conversation with Noise, Part 1, 2018

Cologne, Germany

The Statisticon Neon, 2017

Verein zur Förderung von Kunst und Kultur
am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz e.V. Linienstraße 40, Berlin

Equal Not Equal at LAXART (2015)

Selected Bibliography

Review in Kunstforum “Warren Neidich: Rumor To Delusion”

at Zuecca Project Space (May 10th – Nov. 30th, 2019) by Ann-Katrin Günzel

‘This Is Not a Selfie’ tackles the interesting history of self-portraits

‘This Is Not a Selfie’ tackles the interesting history of self-portraits By Joanne Milani, Times Correspondent Tampa Bay Times, September 11, 2018

How noise and neons give birth to new worldviews

Warren Neidich’s introduction into ‘Neuro-Aesthetics’ at Priska Pasquer, Text by Nelly Gawellek


Jörg Häntzschel, Süddeutsche Zeitung Nr. 214
16./17. September 2017

Die Farben der Wahrheit

„Pizzagate“ und kognitiver Kapitalismus: Der Konzeptkünstler Warren Neidich reagiert in Zeiten von Fake News aufklärerisch.
Claudia Wahjudi, Tagesspiegel, 18.07.2017

The colours of Truth

“Pizzagate” and cognitive capitalism: In times of fake news conceptual artist Warren Neidich strives to clear things up. Claudia Wahjudi, Tagesspiegel, 18.07.2017

Böser Blick in unser Hirn

Hintersinnige Kunst von Warren Neidich bei Priska Pasquer
Kölner Kultur, Donnerstag, 16. August 2018, Thomas Linden

A dirty look into our brains

Profound art by Warren Neidich at Prisky Pasquer gallery by Thomas Linden
Kölner Kultur, August 16, 2018

Activism // ‘The Politics of Color’: Warren Neidich at Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz

Article by Claudia Grigg Edo in Berlin // Tuesday, Jun. 19, 2017

Ende des Experiments

Berliner Morgenpost, Art Berlin, 16. September 2017 von Gabriela Walde

Artforum, October, 2016 Andy Campbell


Review in Purple Art about “The Palinopsic Field” exhibition at Lace, Los Angeles

July 5, 2016 / www.purple.fr

The Statisticon / MIAMI Practicas Contemporaneas, Bogotá

November 20, 2016 / MIAMI Practicas Contemporaneas / www.terremoto.mx

Review: Infinite Spectres and the Anarchy of Time plus 1

Kunstbulletin 10/2016 von Philipp Spillmann,www.artlog.net

An interview with Warren Neidich

Fuxus, 28 June 2016 www.aqnb.com

Artist Warren Neidich Talks New Exhibition, Cycles of Fear and Discrimination

August 08, 2016 by Ben Adams / www.merryjane.com

Interview on Yale University Radio

Warren Neidich interviewed on The Art World Demystified, Yale University Radio.

Breaking the Noise Barrier

by: Esther Brandl
Published in: “Warren Neidich: Breaking the Noise Barrier,” MQ Blog, May 26, 2014.

Duende und das neurobiologische Erhabene

Springerin Magazine Fall 2014

Earthling – The Art Book Review

Reviewed by Sarah Bay Williams
December 18, 2013

Baldwin Hills

by: Meg Linton, Published in: Warren Neidich – Baldwin Hills – 01/31/2013, Otis College of Art and Design Blog , June 13, 2013.

The “Book Exchange” at Glenn Horowitz Bookseller

Published on Time Out New York

Reinventing History: Warren Neidich, Photography, Re-enactment, and Contemporary Event Culture

Kathy Kubicki, Visual Resources, Volume 26, Number 2, June 2010

DARE | Warren Neidich (English)
DARE | Warren Neidich (Deutsch)

Dare | Magazin für Kunst und Überdies
Nicole Büsing & Heiko Klaas

Each Rainbow Must Retain the Chromatic Signature, it…

Artforum, Summer 2008
Adina Popescu

Hans Ulrich Obrist in Conversation with Warren Neidich

Spot, Housten Center for Photography, Spring 2005
pdf: Hans Ulrich Obrist in Conversation with Warren Neidich

Fields Of Consciousness: The Ghost In The Machine

Mark Gisbourne, Fields of Consciousness: The Ghost in the Machine in Photography and Culture, Vol 5, Issue 1, March 2012, 53-76.

Warren Neidich at Steffany Martz

by: Cathy Lebowitz
Published in: Art in America, April 1998.

On Visualized Vision In The Early Photographic Work Of Warren Neidich

Susanne Neubauer, Theory, Culture & Society (London)

Framing History: Some Recent Work by Warren Neidich (MIT List Center)

by: David Joselit, published in: Historical Intervention, M.I.T. List Center (catalogue), Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1991.


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Warren Neidich is a post-conceptual artist, writer and theorist. He is currently Professor of Art at the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin and founding director of the Saas Fee Summer Institute of Art. Conceptual Art today is not about immaterial objects but immaterial labor operating in the knowledge economy but also engaging the process of the brain. His work combines photography, video, painting, Internet downloads, and scotch tape and noise installations operating in social spaces and preempting future realities.