Archive for March, 2009

“Hello World” to show at LABoral

Hello World will show at LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Gijón, Spain.

Hello World at LABoral

An updated and expanded installation of Hello World! or: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise will be a part of the upcoming exhibition called FEEDFORWARD – The Angel of History curated by Steve Dietz, Christiane Paul. The show will run from July 17th through January 11th, 2010 October 23 2009 though 5 April 2010 at LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Gijón, Spain with an opening reception and symposium during the opening weekend.

From the show description:

FEEDFORWARD presents artworks and interventions that examine and challenge the economic, political, and cultural conditions of the historical present in relation to the ahistorical future. It recognizes conscription and duplicity in the process of a globalized economy but also the complicity and desire seemingly endemic to “progress.” The exhibition features both the problematic aspects of the present and future, and the potential for collectivity and agency.

More details to follow as they become available …

Murmur Study at Pixelache

Murmur Study will be exhibited at the Pixelache Festival in Helsinki, Finland.

Murmur Study #1 at the Spark Festival

In early April, Murmur Study will be showing at the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma for the duration of the Pixelache festival in Helsinki, Finland.

I will also be participating in a continuation of the Climate Hack workshop we started at Transmediale.

Kibu Featured on index.hu

A little bit about what goes on at KIBU (in Hungarian).

Here’s a video produced by index.hu, one of the most popular online news sources in Hungary. The audio is in Hungarian, but it’s a chance to see a little of what goes on here at KIBU. There are also a few shots of Murmur Study in progress. Enjoy …