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News & Agenda September 2019
Kris Verdonck
MASS #2
Scopitone 2019
13 September 2019
until 22 September 2019
Scopitone 2019 - Ancien MiN, Nantes (F)

MASS #2 is a poetic, moving landscape. A graphite-grey mass flows slowly as if it was water. The matter appears light and yet heavy at the same time. And, as if tectonic plates are interacting, the spectator sees mountains and valleys created before his eyes, only to dissolve in the next instant. A living landscape, geology in a time-lapse. 

Scopitone 2019
Kris Verdonck

Kris Verdonck, MASS #2, 2019 ©Kristof Vrancken
Lawrence Malstaf
Pavilion
Scopitone 2019
13 September 2019
until 22 September 2019
Scopitone 2019 - Ancien MiN, Nantes (F)

PAVILION 02011-12 - Two large transparent sails are swirling and circling through the space by means of a motorised flagpole. The installation transforms the space with a dramatic choreography, and analogue sound, sometimes violent, sometimes very delicate. The visitor can lay down beneath this synthetic cloud and observe patterns emerging and disappearing. 

Scopitone 2019
Lawrence Malstaf

Lawrence Malstaf, Pavilion 02011-12
David Bowen
Tele-present wind
Scopitone 2019
13 September 2019
until 22 September 2019
Scopitone 2019 - Ancien MiN, Nantes (F)

tele-present wind, 2019 consists of a series of 42 x/y tilting mechanical devices connected to thin dried plant stalks installed in a gallery and a dried plant stalk connected to an accelerometer installed outdoors. When the wind blows, it causes the stalk outside to sway. The accelerometer detects this movement transmitting the motion to the grouping of devices in the gallery. Therefore, the stalks in the gallery space move in real-time and in unison based on the movement of the wind outside.

Scopitone 2019
David Bowen

David Bowen, tele-present wind, 2019
David Bowen
CONFERENCE - ALTERNATIVES INTERACTIONS
Scopitone 2019
13 September 2019 - 14:30
Scopitone 2019 - Ancien MiN, Nantes (F)

Conference "Alternative Interactions" with David Bowen and Andreas Lutz at Scopitone 2019 about new interactions between humans, nature and new technologies.

Conference: Alternative Interactions
David Bowen

David Bowen
Lawrence Malstaf - Amund Sjølie Sveen - Liv Hanne Haugen - Jon Tombre - Tale Næss
D.I.Y. - Manual for a potential Future
Hålogaland Teater
18 September 2019
until 28 September 2019
Hålogaland Teater, Tromsø (NO)

D.I.Y. - Manual for a Potential Future - A performance with dance, installation, music, primal scream, poetry and fermentation. Five self absorbed performance artists are excavating themselves from dystopia. Todays society suffers a crisis of future. We are trapped in the realities of the now. More than ever we need utopian visions. More than ever we need to raise questions. The result is a subjective and beautiful research of our potential collective futures. 

Halogaland Teater
D.I.Y. - Manual for a Potential Future 
STATEX COLLECTIVE

STATEX Collective, D.I.Y. - Manual for a potential future
David Bowen
Tele-present wind
'Winds' at New Media Gallery
New Media Gallery, Vancouver (CA)

Until 29 September 2019

tele-present wind - 2019 - This installation consists of a series of 84 x/y tilting mechanical devices connected to thin dried plant stalks installed in a gallery and a dried plant stalk connected to an accelerometer installed outdoors. When the wind blows it causes the stalk outside to sway. The accelerometer detects this movement transmitting the motion to the grouping of devices in the gallery. Therefore the stalks in the gallery space move in real-time and in unison based on the movement of the wind outside.

New Media Gallery
David Bowen

David Bowen, tele-present wind, 2019 ©New Media Gallery
David Bowen
Tele-present wind & 5Twigs
'Artificial Creators: inspired by nature' at Eden Project
Eden Project, Cornwall (UK)

Until 2 October 2019

The exhibition 'Artificial Creators: inspired by nature' brings together the creations of five artists inspired by nature that have been modified and co-produced by AI. Their work questions how we work with machines to establish new forms of relationship beyond the utilitarian and explores innovative ways of expression that produce new ways of seeing.  Curated by Blanca Pérez Ferrer, supported by Falmouth University.

tele-present wind - 2018 - This installation consists of a series of 126 x/y tilting mechanical devices connected to thin dried plant stalks installed in a gallery and a dried plant stalk connected to an accelerometer installed outdoors. When the wind blows it causes the stalk outside to sway. The accelerometer detects this movement transmitting the motion to the grouping of devices in the gallery. Therefore the stalks in the gallery space move in real-time and in unison based on the movement of the wind outside.

5twigs - 2017 - This installation consists of 5 found twigs that were three dimensionally scanned and then printed in translucent plastic. Each original twig was then mounted in opposition to its artificial counterpart.

EDEN PROJECT
David Bowen

David Bowen, 5twigs, 2017
David Bowen
The other side
'The other four' at Pains Art Museum
Plains Art Museum, Forgo, North Dakota (US)

Until 30 November 2019

With rare exceptions, art objects are created to be experienced visually. The Other Four is an exhibition experience that negates the visually dominant art experience hierarchy by presenting artwork designed specifically to engage the other four senses. Visitors to The Other Four will be able to touch the other side of the world, listen to conversations in the walls of the museum, feel and react to life-like cellular signals through handheld mechanical devices, and listen to unique sounds emitted by each planet in our solar system. Curated by John Schuerman.

David Bowen, the other side
Once every week his installation creates a three-dimensional carving of the current ocean surface conditions and cloud formations on the opposite side of the earth from the location of the gallery space. Using satellite data from the Nasa Earth Observing Information System and the GPS coordinates of the gallery, the installation obtains a current image of an approximately six hundred square mile area on the opposite side of the earth from its location. Using custom software this image is converted into a three-dimensional model which is then carved in pink foam by a CNC machine hanging upside down in the gallery space. Every week a new carving is created and displayed on the gallery walls adjacent to the installation. Viewers are encouraged to touch the foam carvings giving them the ability to touch the opposite side of the earth during the exhibition.

Plains Art Museum
David Bowen

David Bowen, the other side, 2019
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