exposed works

aqua_forensic*, Robertina Šebjanič et Gjino Šutić underwater interception of *Biotweaking in **Aquatocene

Aqua_forensic*

Robertina Šebjanič & Gjino Šutić

aqua_forensic is a research-based project that combines art with high end science and citizen science to collect and process information of invisible anthropogenic pollutants found in the waters of localities in the coastal region of the Adriatic sea.

ArchaeaBot

Anna Dumitriu & Alex May

ArchaeaBot: A Post Singularity and Post Climate Change Life-form by Anna Dumitriu and Alex May takes the form of an underwater robotic installation that explores what ‘life’ might mean in a post singularity, post climate change future.

The Siren’s Dream, Aleksandra Niemczyk, rencontre bandits-mages

The Siren’s Dream

Aleksandra Niemczyk

The Siren’s Dream is a multichannel video artwork researching how mental and emotional crises and traumas in the life of a woman can trigger visual hallucinations, symbolism, and visions of artificial realities.

THE BOTTLED SONGS OF LOST CHILDREN*

An audiovisual exploration of terrorism in the age of social media

Chloé Galibert-Laîné & Kevin B. Lee

The Bottled Songs of Lost Children (working title) is a multi-platform investigation of desire, power and terrorism in online and social media. The work consists of a series of video “messages in bottles” exchanged between two researchers, investigating various figures encountered in the course of their explorations:

Galibert-Lee

Faster Than Light

Kentaro Kumanomido & Thomas Anthony Owen

Faster Than Light is the poetic tale of a queer woman abruptly transported through multiple dimension to uncover knowledge of a forgotten ancien technology essential to bringing peace to her community’s ongoing struggle.

UNIVERSAL EAR

Graeme Cole

UNIVERSAL EAR is a lost adventure serial charting Harley Byrne’s ongoing mission: to capture and make available for download “all the world’s music, ever.”

Universal

screenings

IMPAKT-Toute-la-memoire-du-monde-1956

WE ARE DATA

PROGRAMME CURATED BY ARJON DUNNEWIND, IMPAKT FESTIVAL, UTRECHT.

With each gesture we make and every act we undertake we transfer information, information that is part of our interaction with the people that are close to us and with the institutions and concepts that define our society. In the past these processes mostly happened directly from one human to the other, without an intermediate.

KOKO, A Talking Gorilla

Barbet Schrœder (France, 1978, 80 min)

within the framework of Jeux de langage curated by Erik Bullot

screening

GRAEME COLE & ALEKSANDRA NIEMCZYK

The two filmmakers invite the filmmakers of the Bistrik7 collective who trained the first generation of graduates from Béla Tarr’s school, the.factory film, toSarajevo. This new program of ten short essays and fiction films explores fluid ways to evolve in a fluid world.

Workshops

WILD WAVES, FEMINIST FUTUROTOPIES

r∆∆dio c∆∆rgo & Spideralex

A workshop to reclaim our relationships with techniques and technologies, to subvert these techniques, to blur genders and blow up codes and rules: to interlock emerging worlds with appealing futures

What kind of fantasies do we have for feminist, relevant, ancestral, sovereign, autonomous, liberating and anti-capitalist techniques and technologies?

ArchaeaBot

Anna Dumitriu & Alex May

The artists Anna Dumitriu and Alex May propose a theoretical and practical workshop around their work ArchaeaBot: A Post Singularity and Post Climate Change Life-form

BioArt and Bacteries

Anna Dumitriu

Pioneering BioArtist Anna Dumitriu will introduce her artistic practice fusing craft, sculpture and science to explore our relationship to the microbial world, technology and biomedicine.

Plague Dress Anna Dumitriu

MOBILE LAB SUIT CASES :::: MALEPIN BIOTRANSLAB

Paula Pin

Exhibition of the Biotranslab/gynepunk/pechblenda

General objectives that result in the final realization of the BioTransLab mobile laboratory  :

Round table and meeting Art, Science and Technologies

Bandits-Mages, member of EMAP (network of European residencies oriented “media arts”), organizes a meeting about the relationship between Art, Science and Technologies on Friday November 16 from 2pm to 5:30pm.