Invited by at Motto Berlin, 24 October 2013

Invited by at Motto Berlin, 24 October 2013

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Invited by Daniel Laufer. A Box of Editions made by Provinz
Presentation and film screening

Motto Berlin
7.30pm Thursday 24 October 2013 film program starts at 8pm.

Invited by Daniel Laufer” brings together a greater group of artists, who all contribute to a box of editions. The box is of A4-format (roughly 21 x 31 cm, Edition: 100) and contains contributions by 22 international artists. It comprises drawings, collages, copies, booklets, a DVD along with different printing techniques. The publication is conceived as a “magazine in a box”, yet it contains autonomous and representative artworks of the contributing artists.

Artists: Lutz Braun, Hanna Brandes, Martin John Callanan, Sunah Choi, Raphael Danke, Agathe Fleury, Nina Hoffmann, Adrian Hermanides, Hella Gerlach, Simone Gilges, Atalya Laufer, Daniel Laufer, Kalin Lindena, Alexandra Müller, Toony Navok, Martin Neumaier, Thomas Rentmeister, Annette Ruenzler, Roman Schramm, Gerda Scheepers, Hanna Schwarz, Viola Yesiltaç.

The presentation of the box is accompagnied by a film program with films by selected artists.

Invited by: Daniel Laufer, 13th February – 20 March 2013

Invited By

Invited by: Daniel Laufer

13. Februar – 20. März
Eröffnung: Mittwoch, 13. Februar, 19 Uhr

February 13 – March 20
Opening reception: Wednesday, February 13, 7 pm

Eine Editionsbox mit 22 Künstlern / a box of Editions by 22 artists
Invited by: ist eine neue Editionsreihe von Provinz, zuerst veröffentlicht im Februar 2013. Invited by: versammelt eine große Zahl an zeitgenössischen Künstlern, die je einen Beitrag zu einer Editionsbox leisten. Die Beiträger werden je von einem kooperierenden Künstler eingeladen, der invited by: jeweils kuratiert.

Die Box, bei dieser Premiere im Format A4 und mit Beiträgen von 23 internationalen Künstlern, enthält Zeichnungen, Collagen, Kopien, Heftchen, Multiples, CDs, DVDs, verschiedene Drucktechniken etc. Die Box funktioniert als “Magazin in der Schachtel”, bietet aber ungeachtet des niedrigen Preises autonome und repräsentative Kunstwerke der teilnehmenden Künstler. Auflage: 100.

Invited by: is a new edition first released in February 2013. Invited by: gathered a large number of contemporary artists who each contribute to a Editionsbox. The contributors are ever invited by a co-artist invited by: each curator.

The box, in this premiere and A4, with contributions from 23 international artists, drawings, collages, prints, booklets, multiple, CDs, DVDs, various printing techniques, etc. The box contains functions as a “magazine in the box”, but despite offers the low price autonomous and representative works of the participating artists. Edition:100

Künstler / Artists: Lutz BRAUN (D), Hanna BRANDES (D), Martin John CALLANAN (UK), Sunah CHOI (KOR/D), Raphael DANKE (D), Agathe FLEURY (F/D), Nina HOFFMANN (YU/D), Adrian HERMANIDES (ZW/D), Hella GERLACH (D), Simone GILGES (D), Atalya LAUFER (IL/D), Daniel LAUFER (D), Kalin LINDENA (D), Alexandra MÜLLER (D), Toony NAVOK (IL), Martin NEUMAIER (D), Thomas RENTMEISTER (D), Annette RUENZLER (D), Roman SCHRAMM (D), Gerda SCHEEPERS (ZA/D), Hanna SCHWARZ (D), Viola YEŞILTAÇ (D/USA)

Invited by ist eine neue Editionsreihe von Provinz, zuerst veröffentlicht im Februar 2013. Invited by versammelt eine große Zahl an zeitgenössischen Künstlern, die je einen Beitrag zu einer Editionsbox leisten. Die Beiträger werden je von einem kooperierenden Künstler eingeladen, der invited by jeweils kuratiert.Die Box, bei dieser Premiere im Format A4 und mit Beiträgen von 22 internationalen Künstlern, enthält Zeichnungen, Collagen, Kopien, Heftchen, Multiples, eine DVD, verschiedene Drucktechniken etc. Die Box funktioniert als “Magazin in der Schachtel”, bietet aber ungeachtet des niedrigen Preises autonome und repräsentative Kunstwerke der teilnehmenden Künstler. Auflage: 100.

Invited by is the first in a new series of editions made by Provinz, first released in February 2013. Invited by brings together a greater group of artists, who all contribute to a box of editions. With every round of invited by, the contributors are selected and invited by a cooperating artist, who curates the actual box. 

The premiere box is of A4-format (roughly 21 x 31 cm) and contains contributions by 22 international artists. It comprises drawings, collages, copies, booklets, a DVD along with different printing techniques. The publication is conceived as a “magazine in a box”, yet it contains autonomous and representative artworks of the contributing artists at a notably low price. Edition: 100.

Extimitat. Art, intimitat i tecnologia

Catalogue of the group exhibition on digital art curated by Pau Waelder. The exhibition proposes the spectator reflect on the new parameters introduced into the concepts of subject, body and interpersonal relations as a result of the development of new technologies, and how intimacy thus turns into extimacy, to use the term created by Jacques Lacan to define existence. The selection of works, interactive installations that involve the spectator through active participation, brings together renowned international artists: Gazira Babeli, Clara Boj and Diego Díaz, Martin John Callanan, Grégory Chatonsky, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Paul Sermon, Christa Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau, and Carlo Zanni.

The catalogue has been published with a heat-sensitive cover. Includes colour reproductions of the works displayed and critical texts by Pau Waelder, Pau Alsina and Francesc Núñez. 2011, ISBN 978-84-938055-4-8, 184 pages, 23x17cm, Catalan, Spanish, English and German.

A Planetary Order (Terrestrial Cloud Globe)

A Planetary Order (Terrestrial Cloud Globe) will be at both ISEA and FutureEverything this summer.

A Planetary Order

ISEA2010 RUHR Exhibition, 20 August – 5 September, Dortmund, Germany

The International Symposium on Electronic Art is one of the most important festivals for digital and electronic art. Being one of the projects of RUHR.2010 European Capital of Culture, the symposium will be held in Germany for the first time this year! At several venues in the cities of Dortmund, Essen and Duisburg, the festival presents current works and debates in Media Art worldwide. To that end, international artists and scholars will meet in the Ruhr metropolitan area. More than one hundred speakers will present recent developments in contemporary art and digital culture and exchange ideas with local creatives.

ISEA2010 RUHR is one of the first international opening events for the new Dortmund U – Centre for Art and Creativity where the exhibitions will be hosted. In three phases the festival will stretch out across the Ruhr region. The opening weekend from 20 to 22 August 2010 at PACT Zollverein in Essen includes an international performance and workshop programme. Dortmund will be the main venue for the ISEA2010 RUHR conferences and a week-long music programme from 23 to 27 August 2010. Focusing on sound, light and ecological aspects, the festival will end with art in public space and thematically framed conference panels on the weekend of 28 to 29 August 2010 in Duisburg.

FutureEverything 2010, 12-15 May, Manchester, UK

A Planetary Order will also be presented at several conferences:

7th International Conference Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualization, Sydney, Australia

14th International Conference Information Visualization iV 2010, London

Computational Aesthetics 2010, London

Urban Screens Melbourne 08 – Eleven

urban screens 2008

Eleven will be screened at Urban Screens Melbourne, 6-8 October 2008

The event will promote a lateral trans-disciplinary approach to exploring the growing appearance of moving images in urban space and the global transformation of public culture in the context of large new multi media precincts such as Federation Square and various networked forms of urban screens. It will build on the successful events held in Amsterdam in 2005 and Manchester in 2007 and will be the first Urban Screens held in the Asia-Pacific region.

Through an integrated program of keynote lectures, panel sessions, workshops, curated screenings and multimedia projects, it will bring together leading Australian and international artists and curators, architects and urban planners, screen operators and content providers, technology manufacturers, software designers and public intellectuals.

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