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Net.Specific: Performing the Media
3. April 2014 @ 15:00 - 21:00Free
Workshop & Presentation Evening curated by Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen
This event is comprised of a workshop and presentation evening, exploring various constructions and performances of identity online. The event marks and coincides with the launch of the Performing the Media online exhibition on the Net.Specific platform, from the Museum of Contemporary Art Roskilde.
The FB Resistance workshop by Tobias Leingruber is both conceptual and concrete. Freedom is explored through the re-imagination of websites and ideas are actualised into prototypes, mock-ups and functional user scripts. Critical, subversive and fun ideas emerge and the participants will be given the opportunity to experiment with browser hacks inherent to the initiative, actualised inspiring ideas that will then be elaborated on in the presentation section.
7–9pm: Project Presentations
- Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen: Introductions on Performing the Media exhibition concept and works
- Tobias Leingruber: Presentation of FB Resistance workshop findings
- Martine Neddam: Presentation of MyDesktopLife project
- Johannes P. Osterhoff: Performative online intervention will be happening throughout the evening
The audience is then welcome to stay for drinks at the SUPERMARKT bar.
Language of presentation: English, but German discussion welcome
RSVP: The workshop has limited capacity so please reserve your place by sending a short email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue: SUPERMARKT – Brunnenstr. 64, 13355 Berlin (U8 Bernauerstr or U8 Voltastr)
About the curator:
Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen is a Berlin-based artist, art historian and curator. She holds a MA in Art History from Aarhus University and is a graduate from College of Arts Crafts and Design in Nørresundby. Her main interest is in ephemeral, performative and conceptual art practises in both online and physical space.
Net.Specific is a project from Museum of Contemporary Art Roskilde.
Image: 2014, [Work in Progress], Johannes P. Osterhoff