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    Textual-Visual Impressions from Migrating Reality in Berlin (1st part)

    | 2008-04-08 | 22:11
    temos: apžvalgos,įvykis,bendruomenės,dialogai,ENGLISH,MIGRUOJANTI REALYBĖ,mokslas ir technologijos,naujosios medijos,neo-audio,performansai,pikseliai,technovizijos,tinklo kultūra

    Galerie der Künste (GdK) in Berlin was full of processes and outcomes of migrating reality from Friday 04 to Sunday 06 of April. You couldn’t tell if it was a conference, an exhibition, a meeting or a performance because it was too short as for the exhibition (3 days) and too relaxed as for the conference. Project
    “Migrating Reality” acts as a live platform to discuss the mixing and remixing of art forms and digital data flows within the context of the current worldwide reality of migration. The event was organised by >top (Verein zur Förderung kultureller Praxis e.V. in Berlin) and KHM (Kunsthochschule für Medien in Cologne). Balsas.cc is a platform for the discussing and publishing texts and projects on the topic Migrating Reality. It has received more than 60 international proposals and till the 1st June the most riveting ones are being published here.

    Let’s come back to the event in Berlin. The project has created super interesting and inspiring discourse on the migration. Actually, the participants were paying compliments to migration instead of crying on the bad influences on migration which is the case in mass media. These two days were devoting for discussing and presenting ideas on migrating data flows, media, art, ideas and the most important – people. You could have met in the event Lithuanians, Germans and French(wo)men or artists, scholars and theoretics or even people who have migrated from engineering to art as well as vice-versa. There was no fixed outcome from the event because all the participants were constantly migrating from their own ideas and localities which stressed the processuality of the event and the topic itself.

    To cut long story short, let’s keep on browsing visual reportage because the most interesting material is going to be published in the book-catalogue format by the end of this year.

    The conference was started by two moderators Žilvinas Lilas and Wolfgang Knapp who were critical and inflamed lots of interesting discussions.

    The presentations and disucssions were made literally on the art piece because the same round table served as a base for Wind Orchestra installation by design interactions researcher Julijonas Urbonas. Interactive Wind Orchestra initiated migrations from sound to visual and from action (blowing) to collective listening.


    KHM professor
    Peter Friedrich Stephan was giving presentation "Don’t Put Too Much Trust in Experts"

    PhD student  in Communication and Media (Sweden) Kristoffer Gansing was presenting nicely build narrative on "Humans Thinking Like Machines". Do you see any similarities between early computer and piano?

    Žilvinas Lilas presented his ideas on  "3D as Impossibility of Nothing"


    In the second part of the conference one more moderator prof. Hubertus von Amelunxen has joined with a new energy and questions. Migrating started to be reality. The next presentation was on Subculturization of economy by philosopher Gintautas Mažeikis.


    The performative presentation "Window Weather: A Nomadic Look at Reality" by John Hopkins made our minds to dance.


    Finally, the migration started to be a political issue as well. The presentation "Becoming Minor: Art and the Political" by philosopher Audronė Žukauskaitė.


    The reality started to be more and more performative. The presentation "Trans-psychological Migration: A ‘Pataphysical Zombie Approach" by Brian Reffin Smith has ended up by pataphysical movement.


    The exhibition was opened by the MR project author and coordinator Mindaugas Gapševičius.
    The speech was given by 
    Lithuanian Ambassador to Germany Evaldas Igantavičius. Around 150 visitors have been migrating from inside to outside realities during the evening event.


    Open End – Evening Programme has started with performance Udo Waxas by Matas Petrikas.


    Transmediation. Andrius Rugevičius, Eimantas Pivoriūnas, Andrius Seliuta, Vaclovas Nevčesauskas.
    Collective performance by young Lithuanian artists who migrated from old-school cinema projections to digital data flows and visual-audio permutations.

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    The evening part was finished with an Ambient Sonic Performance by John Hopkins.

    More about event you can read in Programme – Exhibition and abstracts & CV of participants.

    2ns part of the impresions http://www.balsas.cc/visual-impressions-from-migrating-reality-in-berlin-2nd-part/

    temos: apžvalgos, įvykis, bendruomenės, dialogai, ENGLISH, MIGRUOJANTI REALYBĖ, mokslas ir technologijos, naujosios medijos, neo-audio, performansai, pikseliai, technovizijos, tinklo kultūra |

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