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IMAGINE YOU WAKE UP AND THERE IS NO INTERNET

NEON Grants | One Plant Production

22/10/2020 - 15/11/2020

!Mediengruppe Bitnik and Low Jack | Alexiety | Installation view | Photography © Otto Felber, Berlin
!Mediengruppe Bitnik and Low Jack | Alexiety | Installation view | Photography © Otto Felber, Berlin
Exonemo | Kiss or Dual Monitors | Installation view Photography © Shintaro Yamanaka (Qsyum!)
Superflux | Triger Warning, film still | Courtesy the artists

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IMAGINE YOU WAKE UP AND THERE IS NO INTERNET

22/10/2020 - 15/11/2020

Romantso

OPENING HOURS

Thursday 22 and Friday 23 October 2020 | 17:00 – 22:00

Tuesday to Sunday | 14:00 – 19:00

Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 November 2020 | 17:00 – 22:00

Closed on Mondays

Free admission

 

Organised by One Plant Production


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What will happen if one day you wake up and there is no Internet?

The exhibition Imagine you wake up and there is no Internet explores the effects of ubiquitous connectivity and technology in everyday life. Starting from our obsession with digital technologies, the exhibition seeks to enhance the debate about the coexistence of human and machine in the 21st century.

13 artists and 5 art collectives showcase scenarios from the present time and the near future, strategies of disconnection and disorientation, evacuation and escape plans from the city, studies on the information society, snapshots from digital life and the infrastructures that allows us to be connected to the network, and new readings for the political period we are going through. Any sense of certainty for the present and the future seems to have been destabilised.

The works in the exhibition highlight moments and fragments of our digital life surfacing issues related to the human-machine relationship and its impact on the public sphere. The exhibition aims at contributing to the discussion on the constantly accelerating dynamics of the Network, our position within it, and finally, the boundaries between a human-driven versus a machine-driven technological world.

Particpating Artists:

!Mediengruppe Bitnik & Low Jack (DE/FR), Aram Bartholl (DE), Jono Boyle (UK), Heath Bunting & Kayle Brandon (UK), Vaggelis Deligiorgis (GR), Exonemo (JP), Marina Gioti (GR), Antonis Kalagkatsis (GR), George Moraitis (GR), No Más / No More (GR), Manos Saklas (GR), Molly Soda (U.S.), Superflux (UK), Technopolitics (AT), Alexandros Tzannis (GR), Filipe Vilas-Boas (PT)

Curated by Katerina Gkoutziouli & Voltnoi Brege

With the support of NEON Organization.

Aram Bartholl | Isolated on White | Courtesy the artist

Aram Bartholl | Isolated on White | Courtesy the artist

Aram Bartholl | Isolated on White | Courtesy the artist

Aram Bartholl | Isolated on White | Courtesy the artist

Romantso
Anaxagora 3
Athens 105 52


Romantso, Anaxagora 3, Athens 105 52

Anaxagora 3, Athens 105 52

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