The Sound Of One Computer Thinking
30 October - 22 DecemberOpenings tijden tentoonstelling:
Festival: 30 Oct - 03 Nov, 10:00 am - 20:00 pm
Exhibition: 06 Nov - 22- Dec, 12:00 pm - 17:00 pm
IMPAKT Centre for Media Culture is elke woensdag tot zondag open van 12:00 tot 17:00 P.M.
De titel van deze tentoonstelling refereert naar de Zen-boeddhistische koan ‘Wat is het geluid van één hand die klapt?’. Het is een paradox of een vraag die in essentie niet beantwoord kan worden. Alle kunstwerken in deze tentoonstelling bevragen op eigen wijze de essentie van ons bewustzijn. Zijn gevoelens van liefde, humor en dood voorbehouden aan de mens en de biologie? Is de digitale ervaring werkelijk immaterieel? Is arbeid onlosmakkelijk verbonden met het leven?
Digitale manifestaties als Eros en Thanatos, creatie en vernietiging, spelen een rol in deze zintuigelijke en sensuele presentatie van video’s, installaties en wearables. De vraag is of zij de geest en het lichaam verrijken of dat ze onze bewegingen, gedachten, verlangens en gevoelens juist annexeren en commodificeren? Worden we beheerst of juist bevrijd door onze apparaten? Alle werken raken aan onderliggende thema’s als gehoorzaamheid, verplichte omgangsvormen, training en leren, en laten ons een kijkje achter de schermen nemen van het complexe netwerk waarin apparaten en gedrag samenvloeien om onze ‘realiteiten’ vorm te geven.
De tentoonstelling is gecureerd door Bárbara Perea en Jan Adriaans.
Hier kan je de artikelen over de tentoonstelling vinden:
Normaal € 4,-
Korting € 3,-
Gratis toegang met een HKU studentenpas.
Charlotte Eifler― Kunstenaar
Charlotte Eifler studied Visual Arts at HGB Leipzig, Kunstakademie Düsseldorf and UDK Berlin. She works at the interface of film, sound and technology. In her videos and multimedia installations she interrogates the politics of representation, abstraction and computation. With a focus on feminist approaches and elements of science fiction, Eifler explores processes of image production and imaginations of alternative futures. Her works were shown at Folkwang Museum Essen, Digital Art Festival Athen, DNA Galerie Berlin, Grassi Museum Leipzig, Dokfest Kassel, FFT Düsseldorf, GfzK Leipzig, Museum of Literature Tblisi, Etashi St. Petersburg, Siggraph Congress Los Angeles, Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, ISCP New York City
Lynn Hershman Leeson― Kunstenaar
Over the last five decades, artist and filmmaker Lynn Hershman Leeson has been internationally acclaimed for her art and films. Cited as one of the most influential media artists, Hershman Leeson is widely recognized for her innovative work investigating issues that are now recognized as key to the workings of society: the relationship between humans and technology, identity, surveillance, and the use of media as a tool of empowerment against censorship and political repression. Over the last fifty years she has made pioneering contributions to the fields of photography, video, film, performance, artificial intelligence, bio art, installation and interactive as well as net-based media art. ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, Germany, mounted the first comprehensive retrospective of her work titled Civic Radar. A substantial publication, which Holland Cotter named in The New York Times “one of the indispensable art books of 2016.”
Kathy High― Kunstenaar
Kathy High is an interdisciplinary artist working with technology, art and biology. She collaborates with scientists and artists, and considers living systems, empathy, animal sentience, and the social, political and ethical dilemmas of biotechnology and surrounding industries. She has received awards including Guggenheim Foundation, National Endowment for Arts. Her art works have been shown at Museum of Modern Art, (NYC), Science Gallery, (Dublin), NGBK, (Berlin), MASS MoCA (North Adams). She has had residencies with SymbioticA (2009-10), Finnish Society of Bioart (2013), Coalesce UBuffalo (2016-17), Djerassi Scientific Delirium Madness (2019), DePaolo Lab, UW, Seattle (ongoing). High is Professor in Arts at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY.
Eva Davidova― Kunstenaar
Eva Davidova is a Spanish/Bulgarian multidisciplinary artist based in New York. The issues of her work—behavior, cruelty, ecological disaster and manipulation of information emerge as paradoxes rather than assumptions, in an almost fairy-tale fashion. Her practice involves drawing, performance, interactive installations and participatory VR, computer generated 3D sculpture and photo-based animation. Davidova’s work has been shown at the Bronx Museum, the Everson Museum, Albright Knox Museum, MACBA, CAAC Sevilla; Instituto Cervantes, and Circulo de Bellas Artes among others. She is recipient of the BANCAJA International Award for Digital Art; the M-tel Award for Contemporary Bulgarian Art, and a Residency Unlimited NEA fellowship for US based artists.
Johannes Heldén― Kunstenaar
Johannes Heldén is a visual artist, writer and musician. His interdisciplinary works deals with poetry, ecology, artificial intelligence, sentience and narrative structures. Recent projects include Astroecology, which was published simultaneously in three languages, made into an interdisciplinary performance at The Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm and a digital artwork published by Bonniers Konsthall. He has published seventeen books, four music albums, and seven digital online works of poetry and visual art.
Håkan Jonson― Kunstenaar
Håkan Jonson (b.1978) is a programmer, publisher and artist. Lives and works in Stockholm. His previous work includes sound creation, conceptual visual designs, hand-crafted books and paintings. In his digital works he often explores the possibilities of language and artificial intelligence. He is one half of Irrlicht; a publishing house and record company which primary focus is the contemporary art scene. Recent shows include the Riga Biennial, OEI 79 at Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Sweden, Language and the Interface at Coimbra, Portugal, ISEA 2015, Vancouver, Canada.
Interactive Architecture Lab― Kunstenaar
The Interactive Architecture Lab is interested in the behaviour and interaction of things, environments and their inhabitants. This research Lab at UCL is engaged in a range of academic research activities and industry collaborations. At the heart of the Lab is the 15 month Masters programme March Design for Performance and Interaction which gives students an opportunity to exploit the potential of new sensing, computation, networked and responsive technologies to imagine, build and test new spaces of performance and interaction. www.interactivearchitecture.org
Iván Abreu― Kunstenaar
Iván Abreu (Havana,1967, naturalized Mexican citizen), artist and programmer who works and lives in Mexico city. He explores the veracity and instrumental capacity of science and technology in art contexts, and the possible poetic and/or political value of the findings that emerge from these crossings, as a consequence through processes like visualization, interaction design, industrial design , software and web development, engineering and electronics, expanding the possibilities of drawing, graphics, digital media, photography, sound art, video, sculpture, and architectural and urban installation.
Joana Moll― Kunstenaar
Joana Moll is a Barcelona / Berlin based artist and researcher. Her work critically explores the way post-capitalist narratives affect the alphabetization of machines, humans and ecosystems. Her main research topics include Internet materiality, surveillance, social profiling and interfaces. She has lectured, performed and exhibited her work in different museums, art centers, universities, festivals and publications around the world. Furthermore she is the co-founder of the Critical Interface Politics Research Group at HANGAR [Barcelona] and co-founder of The Institute for the Advancement of Popular Automatisms. She is currently a visiting lecturer at Universität Potsdam and Escola Superior d'Art de Vic [Barcelona].
Miguel Ángel Rego Robles― Kunstenaar
Miguel Ángel Rego Robles (Madrid, 1985) is an artist and researcher who lives in Madrid, Spain. He studied Fine Arts at the Complutense University in Madrid and is currently working on his PhD at CSIC (Spanish National Research Council). He attained a Master degree in Art and Praxis at the Dutch Art Institute in Arnhem, the Netherlands. He has exhibited his projects in Spain (MUSAC León, LABoral Gijón, Casal Solleric Palma, Fabra i Coats Barcelona, Galería Cero Madrid, Casa Velázquez Madrid among others) and internationally (Artrooms London, Celeste Prize London, The Showroom Arnhem, XX and XIX Bienal Cerveira Portugal, Charim Gallery Viena among others). He has lectured his research in Spain (CENDEAC Murcia, La Situación 2016 Cuenca, CSIC Madrid among others) and internationally (8th European Society for the History of Science London, Centro de Investigación en Arte, Materia y Cultura Buenos Aires among others).
RYBN.ORG is an extra-disciplinary artistic research platform created in 1999. RYBN.ORG leads investigations within the realms of high-frequency economics and information technologies, writing kabbalistic algorithms, inserting suicidal trading machines into the financial markets, perverting neural networks during their training phase or hunting ghosts in the noise of data traffic. The works of RYBN.ORG have been shown in numerous contemporary art exhibitions such as Infosphäre (ZKM), Nervöse System (HKW), the Global Contemporary (ZKM), 2062 (la Gaîté lyrique), Stock Overflow (iMAL), El Processo Como Paradigma (LABoral), Gutes Böses Geld (Kunsthalle Baden-Baden), Requiem for a Bank (HMKV), and Media Mediums/ Haunted by Algorithms (Ygrec).
Xin Liu― Kunstenaar
Xin Liu (b. 1991, Xinjiang/China) is an artist and engineer, whose works range from performances, apparatus, installations to scientific experiments and academic papers. In her practice, Xin creates experiences and artifacts to measure and modify the distance and tension between personal, social and technological spaces. They are moments of re-organization, creating ripples in the fabric of subjectivities, common experiences and beliefs