The transmediale 2012 exhibition Dark Drives. Uneasy Energies in Technological Times was curated by Jacob Lillemose (dk). The concept of the exhibition, connecting the numerous artworks through a kind of ambivalent energy, asks for a type of art education that opens up a virtual interstice, an in-between space, for the viewer. | Wed 1 Feb - Sat 4 Feb 2012 14:00, 17:00, 19:00 / Sun 5 Feb 2012 14:00, 17:00 / Info and registration: firstname.lastname@example.org or directly at the Info-Counter at the festival venue, 3 EUR per Person
Activism Beyond the Interface (The Berlin Sandbox) is a two-part playful live collaboration consisting of a preliminary “lab” (3 hours) followed by a “multimedia intervention” (2 hours) to rethink the composition of online and offline platforms for collaboration, and their economic, aesthetic and ethical expressions.
Project 35 was initiated by the ICI (Independent Curators International), based in New York City, as a programme of single-channel videos selected by 35 International curators who have each chosen one work by an artist that they think is important for audiences to experience today on a global scale. | Exhibition dates: January 28 - 29, 2012, Address: Node Center for Curatorial Studies, Waldemarstr 37A, 10999 Berlin-Kreuzberg
“E-waste” refers to the millions of electronic devices from mobile phones to personal computers discarded each year as a result of a lifestyle culture demanding constant hardware upgrades. According to Greenpeace, Asia alone...
The image, at least since the advent of television, has gained precedence over the written word in the flow of information. If there is no image, or no images are brought into circulation, then there is no meaning... more With works by Dellbrügge & de Moll, Nicolás Rupcich, Tom Holert, Susan Bowman, Daya Cahen and Reza Haeri.
Image and sound in the moving-image are ruled by very different principles, and in the age of film had to be laboriously synchronized. Indeed film music seems to lead an independent life. Despite (or perhaps because of) the fact that it is only rarely perceived consciously in film, it has a fundamental effect on the visuals; this extremely fruitful incompatibility is the theme of this programme... more
With works by Distel & Guyer, Dalibor Baric, Nicolas Provost, People Like Us and many more.
Human beings have created a world for themselves with their cities – a world in which they appear to be incompatible. A diverse range of reflections on the relationship between city, human and architecture... more With works by Bjørn Melhus, Jeremy Bailey, Shelly Silver, Dennis Feser, Till Nowak and many more.