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Nxt Museum

Nxt Museum is the home of new media art in the Netherlands, located in Amsterdam North. Discover large-scale digital art installations that broaden your view and sharpen the senses. The art of tomorrow, today.

Nxt Museum, the home of new media art, is the first museum in the Netherlands dedicated to art made with technology. We focus on art that uses modern tools to embody modern times. We exhibit and commission ambitious, large-scale installations born of interdisciplinary collaboration between artists, designers, technologists, sound builders and scientists. 

From presenting pioneering new media artists, who have been established for decades, to showcasing up and coming trailblazing talent of ‘now’, Nxt Museum presents the work of creators whose practice is fuelled by a quest to discover ‘what’s next’. 

Currently on show at Nxt Museum

–– ‘Life in a Different Resolution’ is a solo exhibition by pioneering art group Random International and presents two decades of their remarkable creations. Curated by Serbian Curator Bogomir Doringer, the exhibition calls on us to ponder ‘what does it mean to be human, today?’. Journey through a captivating body of work that includes the first-ever European presentation of their installation ‘Living Room’ (which premiered on Miami Beach) and other newly completed works, previously unseen.

The art group have previously exhibited internationally at institutes including MoMa, London's V&A, LACMA, Pace Gallery New York, Swedish Lunds Konsthall. Expect an awe-inspiring adventure into swirling algorithms, swarming points of light, and spell-binding digital reflections. 

–– 'Foreign Nature' - Julius Horsthuis

From 3rd June until 3rd September discover 'Foreign Nature' by Julius Horsthuis at Nxt Museum.

Dive into the mystical world where mathematical formulas meet sacred geometry inside ‘Foreign Nature’. In this digital installation, Horsthuis harnesses the power of open software Mandelbulb3D to reveal the mesmerising connection between mathematics and nature through breathtaking fractals..

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