A subscription-based streaming platform and in-person screening programme, Watch and Chill 2.0 is organised by The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA), Korea in partnership with Sharjah Art Foundation and ArkDes, the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design. The project allows audiences worldwide to freely access a selection of moving-image artworks from the collection of these three major international institutions, while offering local audiences the opportunity to view a range of rarely seen media-based artworks on site.
Its second edition, titled Streaming Senses, includes 22 artworks, with six selected by the Foundation, which respond to the relationship between technology and human perception, venturing beyond the screen to evoke various forms of synesthesia. The presentation speaks to what ‘sensing’ might mean in the digital era through four sub-themes: ‘Optical Tactility,’ ‘Calibrated Projection,’ ‘Trance, Cross, Move’ and ‘Bits of the Spirit.’
To watch the works and receive notifications of new releases added every week, please visit and subscribe to the online platform. For more details on the on-site presentation at Sharjah Art Foundation spaces from 2 September to 11 December 2022, please visit here.