Tatiana Bazzichelli is a researcher, networker and curator, working in the field of hacktivism and net culture. She is part of the transmediale festival team, where she develops the new year-round initiative 'reSource transmedial culture berlin'. She is Post-Doc researcher at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg, as part of the Innovation Incubator / Centre for Digital Cultures, and the Institute for Culture and Aesthetic Digital Media, Faculty of Cultural Studies. She is Affiliated Researcher at Aarhus University (dk), where she received a Ph.D. in Information and Media Studies (2011), conducting research on disruptive art in the business of social media. She wrote the books Networked Disruption (2013), Networking: La rete come arte | The Net as Artwork (2006), and co-edited with Geoff Cox the book Disrupting Business (2013). In 2001, Bazzichelli founded in Italy the AHA:Activism-Hacking-Artivism networking project. She has organised exhibitions and events such as Hack.it.art (2005) and HACK.Fem.EAST (2008) in Berlin, Rome, and other European cities.
We demand meaning and consistency from the cultural products we consume and this program is designed as a crude rebellion against this comfortable idea that there are objective “standards” of any kind and that we have a right to expect “good taste.” ...
The Creatures is an endless combination of living members/ apparatuses, composed by miniature robots that live autonomously, receiving energy from solar cells and generating a variety of soft sounds and tiny movements.
Was passiert eigentlich mit den ganzen Bildern, die wir ununterbrochen von uns machen, wenn wir tot sind? | Mit Werken von Jesse McLean, Karin Fisslthaler, Sergio Oksman, John Smith, Bjørn Melhus, Tasman Richardson
Presented jointly with CTM Festival, Dinos Chapman, one half of the enfants terribles of British contemporary art, The Chapman Brothers, will perform the German premiere of his audiovisual live show based on his acclaimed 2013 release, Luftbobler.
Constant control of the individual is a vital element of all modern societies. Currently, however, contemporary democracies seem to be shifting fundamentally into new, digitally supported, surveillance states... | With works Krzysztof Kieślowski, Nadav Assor, Andy Weir, Ivar Veermäe, Maha Maamoun, Chris Marker
Digital Plays widmet sich spielerisch-ironisch der filmischen Fiktion, die so oft – und selten freiwillig – im Trash endet. | Mit Werken von Elizabeth Vander Zaag, Ella Raidel, Ho Tzu Nyen, Neïl Beloufa, Keren Cytter, Beatrice Gibson