The Internet Yami-Ichi (Black Market*) is a flea market which deals with "Internet-ish" things, face-to-face, in actual space. Both flea markets and the Internet are fanatical and chaotic mixes of the amazing and useless.
Diese für den transmediale Award nominierte, akustisch-performative Installation der
indonesischen Künstlergruppe HONF (The House of Natural Fibre) stellt eine Reaktion auf das religiös motivierte, nationale Verbot alkoholischer Getränke in Indonesien dar. Auf der transmediale.11 verwandelt sich die Installation zudem in die Performance bacteria orchestra, wenn sie als komplexes Instrument Kunst, Wissenschaft und Lebendiges vereint.
Fair Use looks at our accelerating culture through the electronic performance and remixing of cinema. The trio uses the picture and soundtrack of culturally significant movies, drastically compressed in time, as the sole materials for an improvised set which interrogates our cinematic memories through frenetic audiovisual processing and re-narration of the cinematic object. Fair Use will be performing a triple feature based on The Wizard of Oz, Snow White and Kubrick's 2001, investigating three aspects of establishment of the self in an unknown universe.
With their essay Zombie Media, Garnet Hertz and Jussi Parikka approach media archaeology with the aim of making it into an art methodology. Following a presentation of their ideas, the Vilém Flusser Theory Award nominees invite participants to enact the process of circuit bending: Participants will disassemble battery powered devices such as toys to subsequently perform with their customised instruments.