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dysfunctional 2012-08-14

'Art is design that has become dysfunctional because the society that provided the basis for it suffered a historical collapse'

Boris Groys, Going Public, e-flux journal, 2010


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self-design 2012-08-14

'It could be said that self design is a practice that unites artists and audiences alike in the most radical way; though not everyone produces artworks, everyone is an artwork. At the same time, everyone is expected to be his or her own author.'

Boris Groys, Going Public, e-flux journal, 2010


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tag team documentation 2010-11-19

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Component Design (large sign) 2010-11-15

Component Design (large sign)

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component design (small sign) 2010-11-11

component design (small sign)

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Super Total Design 2010-11-11

Super Total Design

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Panoramic Interchange 2010-10-20

Hulda Stefánsdóttir
Travelling creates an odd conflict between longing to cut loose from yourself to see things in a different way while all the time consciously translating your same self into a foreign environment. Struggling to be just here while you are undeniably always also there, someplace else. Here are some moments travelled and places seen, both purposefully looking and aimlessly open towards what was there.

You Are Here is an exhibition of new work by 16 artists connected to the art academies of Bergen, Vilnius, Reykjavik and the Royal Art Institute, Stockholm.

http://panoramicinterchange.blogspot.com/

PANORAMIC INTERCHANGE: LANDSCAPE, SOCIETY AND THE INDIVIDUAL

International Symposium at
Moderna Museet, Cinema
Exercisplan 4,
Stockholm, Skeppsholmen

Friday, September 17th, from 10.00 – 18.00 hrs.

Historical panoramas used to offer a view of a city- or landscape - as seen from the point of view of an artist or photographer. Be it in painting, print or photography, the viewer received an often entertaining, informative and complete overview of a certain place at a certain time.

Digital media and networking have widened the scope of street, urban and landscape views to include 360” zoomable, interactive views, maps and directories - each in turn equipped with multiple options for further layers of information. Former blind spots might be rapidly disappearing in the ever more detailed complexity of available and accessible information. Furthermore the subject of individuality, the right to control, manipulate, protect and reveal personal information is challenged and hollowed out. The digital fingerprints left behind everywhere endanger our bank accounts and our privacy. In separate developments the decoding of the human gene is also leading to radical new perspectives regarding our rights to access information, questioning the individuality of humans and the way societies are organized.

Having arrived at this interchange, the artists, collectors, theoreticians and scientists participating in the symposium will present their material and ideas on the historical, current and emerging understanding of the observation, mapping and organization of different types of landscapes - beginning with historical viewing devices, the understanding and representation of landscapes (Werner Nekes) to the analysis of the genetic decoding of the individual and its social and cultural implications (Kári Stefánsson), further to an artists perspective of contemporary architecture, utopia and urban space (Marjolijn Dijkman) to the modelling, playing and interference with, as well as the questioning of, contemporary networked and mediatised societies (Michelle Teran).

WERNER NEKES
(b. 1944) lives in Mülheim an der Ruhr in Germany
Since 1965, filmmaker and media artist Werner Nekes has produced over 100 films and his work has been presented internationally at major museums and festivals.
Furthermore, Nekes has compiled one of the most important private collections of artifacts documenting 500 years of pre-cinematographic experiments as well as developments in the early history of film, focusing on spatial and temporal principles of representation.

MARJOLEIN DIJKMAN
(b. 1978) lives in Rotterdam in The Netherlands, Brussels in Belgium and Saint Mihiel in France.

Through her diverse work Dutch artist Marjolijn Dijkman often considers the foundations of how we perceive and experience our surroundings – the conventions and categories which underlie the comprehension, or not, of the world around us. Ranging from photographic archives and films, to landscape interventions and the organization of exhibitions and experimental residencies, Dijkman’s practice has concerned itself with futurology, public space, knowledge organization, cartography, utopian architecture or environmentalism, for example, with a particular emphasis on collaboration.

KARI STEFANSSON, M.D., DR. MED., Executive Chairman and President of Research
(b.1949) lives and works in Reykjavik in Iceland
Kári Stefánsson, M.D., Dr. Med. founded deCODE in August 1996. Dr. Stefánsson was previously a professor of Neurology, Neuropathology and Neuroscience at Harvard University and Director of Neuropathology at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. From 1983 to 1993, he held faculty positions in Neurology, Neuropathology and Neurosciences at the University of Chicago. Dr. Stefánsson received his M.D. and Dr. Med. from the University of Iceland and is board-certified in neurology and neuropathology in the United States. Dr. Stefansson is recognized as a leading figure in human genetics. He has shaped deCODE's scientific approach and been actively engaged in leading its gene discovery work, serving as senior author on most of the company's publications in major scientific journals.

MICHELLE TERAN
(b. 1966) lives and works in Berlin in Germany

Born in Canada, Michelle Teran explores the interaction between media and social networks in urban environments. She develops performances, with the audience often participating via the staging of urban interventions such as guided tours, walks and open-air projections, participatory installations and happenings.
One of her recent projects, Buscando al Sr. Goodbar (2009), is a threefold tour through the Spanish town Murcia simultaneously taking place by bus as well as on Google Earth and YouTube.

Michelle received the Transmediale Award 2010, the Prix Ars Electronica honorary mention (2005, 2010) as well as the Vida 8.0 Art & Artificial Life International Competition.
Panoramic Interchange

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tag team design 2010-10-15

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Documentation (untitled sculpture) 2010-09-20

Documentation (untitled sculpture)

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installation process tag team 2010-08-19

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tag-team press release 2010-08-19

Arne Bakke

Dillan Marsh skaper betydningsfors kyvning ved gjenbruk og ombygging av eksisterende komponenter til nye konstellasjoner. Hans kunst fremstar gjerne som en iscenesettelse av en prosess. Til denne utstillingen produserer han en ny installasjon som utforsker tilbakevendende temaer som etterstrebelse, fiasko og uoppnaelige idealer tett knyttet til sport, handel og arbeid.

Dillan Marsh tar for tiden sin Mastergrad i Kunst ved Kunsthogskolen i Bergen og uteksamineres varen 2011. Han har deltatt pa flere utstillinger og prosjekter bade nasjonalt og internasjonalt blant annet med separatutstilling pa Das Künstlerhaus Dortmund og atelieropphold pa Sculpture Space Utica NY, USA.

Tag Team Studio er et produksjons og formidlingskonsept for samtidskunst som drives av et kunstnerkollektiv med seks medlemmer; Morten Kvamme, Arne Bakke, Aleksander Stav, Knud Young Lunde, Kjetil Froysaa og David Rios. Tag Team Studio holder til i et lokale i Damsgardsveien 35 og inneholder Produksjonslokale, kontor, verksted og galleri. Foreningen ble stiftet 10. mai 2010 med det formal a styrke vilkarene for produksjon og visning av samtidskunst i Bergensregionen.


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Castle and Elephant, Coventry, 2010 2010-07-02

Castle and Elephant, Coventry, 2010 the group exhibition Rumiko Hagiwara – Dillan Marsh – Elizabeth Rowe brought together three artists whose work encapsulated notions of distraction, futility and perseverance. Working with the aesthetics of mass media, Elizabeth Rowe’s practice merged images from printed material to regain an element of control over an overwhelming accumulation of information. In preparation for exhibition, Rowe produced F—k reason (2009) which singularly featured on the front image of the exhibition flyer. In line with ideas of ineffectuality, four new works were commissioned and intended for inclusion in The Coventry Telegraph. When the commissions were denied printing due to the ambiguous non-commercial content, an enlightening conversation between Rowe and the editor discussing ideas about the ephemeral in art, formed an integral part of the show. Displayed within the window frontage, the protagonist in Rumiko Hagiwara’s film Escalator (2003) performs a subtle passive aggressive act by walking the opposite way, on a downward flowing escalator. By drawing attention to the use of the public space, Hagiwara suggests that the viewer rediscover trivial elements around them. This was shown in conjunction with Dillan Marsh’s work Multiple Failures (2008), which documents futile attempts to inflate a self-constructed air-balloon. Marsh strives to realise a fantasy of escape, but the end result is a catalogue of short-lived unsuccessful endeavours. Castle and Elephant, Coventry, 2010

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Documentation (installation 5.11) 2010-05-29

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Castle and Elephant 2010-05-11

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DMA Design 2010-04-11

DMA Design

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