at Galerie Wundersee, Fürstenwall 124, Düsseldorf, Germany on 14.05.2022.
Artists: Alex Zakas, Ana Buigues, Benna Gaean Maris, Brian Khuu, Dominik Podsiadly, Felix Adam, Iza Koczanowska, Joubin Zargarbashi, Jovita Majewski, Juli Laczko, Klara Landwehr, Konstantina Mavridou, Mirosław Chudy, Noemata, oops.group, Patrick Lichty, tzcha.tez, Xavier Dallet.
You are cordially invited to attend a parallel book launch in Amsterdam, Berlin, New York, Tokyo, etc. In Amsterdam, the doors will be open 5 – 9 PM local time, on 15. April 2022. Address: Budapest, Pesthuislaan, WG. Terrein, Amsterdam. Look for the signs! Enter through the garden. Climb the stairs behind the Buddha statue. If stairs are a problem there is a properly accessible door (and WC) from the other side, but you’ll probably need to contact folks to open it.
10th ANNIVERSARY BOOK!
Do you remember the landscape of the Internet 10 years ago? (I don’t!) The Internet Yami-Ichi was born in Tokyo in 2012, and the year, 2022, is its 10th anniversary! In the past decade, 43 Yami-Ichis have been held in more than 30 cities (you didn’t know that, right?!). We have to download and save all those vaguely-remembered backstreet landscapes of the Internet before they disappear into the 404s! With this sense of mission, We chose a paper book as the destination for the download!
The title of the book is “A DECADE TO DOWNLOAD“ – * The book will be available in English only – * Online digital version is available for free https://yami-ichi.download/ – * Participants will be able to pre-order the book at a discounted price!
At Budapest’s request, not advertised on social media! Otherwise spread the word and apologies for eventual cross-posting!
Welcome to the fourth edition of One-Off Moving Image Festival!
We’re screening one-second movies, off takes, and 60 seconds movies on the theme “After IS NOw”. The interpretation has been open, both for the theme and for what an “off take” means. This year the festival is screening the movies online during the festival November 7 – 14, 2021. We have intended to screen all movies, with no jury or curation. We also use public space to show the festival via QR-codes. We’re collaborating with 60Seconds Festival in Copenhagen (DK) which takes place at the same time, to screen a selection of the movies mixed with 60 seconds movies in Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Køge and Helsingør during the festival week.
biennale.NO is a contemporary art biennale that doesn’t take place, with works that don’t exist. It is structured as a decentralized network of collaborative nodes, projects and works. From November 1, 2020 to January 1, 2021
The White Page Gallery/s are a distributed community and network made of independent online galleries in the format of web page hosted on the websites of artists, curators, academies, festivals and other art and cultural operators and aficionados. The White Page Gallery is a concept happening every time someone or a group of people opens a WPG on their/her/his website dedicating a web page to others’s exhibitions and art projects. The White Page Gallery happens every time a connection and a collaboration are established between a host and a guest. The WPG’s host offers a space and the setting up. The WPG’s guests offer the contents. Every host of the WPG has their/her/his own rules for their own gallery.
The Burrow is a pavilion of The Wrong Biennale (Nov 2019 – Mar 2020), envisioning the internet as myriads of intertwining underground tunnels; where places of refuge coincide with the secret bases of those must be hidden from. The show was curated by Aad Björkro and is a sibling of the Very Large Works pavilion by Bjørn Magnhildøen and Zsolt Mesterhazy.
Inspired by aardvarks, who will dig to escape when threatened, and leave their burrows for others to use when relocating. The aardvark reminds us to think with our claws. No one expects us to dig when they force us to move; still in compliance but keeping our place. Then we can tickle the feet of our oppressors as they try to pass.
Emerged in the tunnels we tried to listen to those who must never speak, look for things we have lost and spy on the spies spying on us. For display we gathered relics from our past, expansions of the hidden, connections to the elsewhere and lessons for the future. We are now glad to invite you to see what we have found.
The exhibition consists of 25 individual works by 27 participating artists: Isabelle Arvers, Johannes Birringer, Brad Brace, Yu Cai, disnovation.org, Ursula Endlicher, Antje Feger, Sophie Fields, Benna Gaean Maris, Fabian Heller, Garrett Lynch IRL, Amelia Marzec, Luis Mercado, Zsolt Mesterhazy, Joseph Moore, Abe Morrison, Stefanie Reling-Burns, ronnie s, Ausín Sáinz, Alan Sondheim, Y Divya Sri, Benjamin Stumpf, Pall Thayer, Juergen Trautwein, Angelika Vardalou, ( ), Almond Yeggs
The exhibition contains platforms for open and collaborative works, in addition to individual works. 76 artists participate (including The Burrow), with 43 more taking part in the discussions (see bottom):
THE ALPHABET (Platform) Bruce Barber, Domenico Barra, Peter Basma-Lord, Lavoslava Bencic, Lawrence Bird, Johannes Birringer, Aad Björkro, Brad Brace, The Burrow (Platform), Samuel Brzeski, Chris Byrne, Christian Bøen (Termodress), Joana Chicau, Ludovic Coutinho, Cyborg Art Collective Cyborg Matrix (Platform), Antonela Debiasi, Y.Divya Sri, #DUMPHAUS (Platform), Dave Evans, Luca Forcucci, Benna Gaean Maris, Edoardo Gaudieri, Ben Grosser, Gottfried Haider, Max Herman, James A. Hutchinson, Hypercollective Autobiography (Platform), ca_jaeger__at__protonmail.com, Karl Heinz Jeron, Cyrus LK, Nicole Kouts, Erica Lapadat-Janzen, Joseph Moore. Rubén Möller, Novi Otten Erytryalsilani, Karina Palosi, Dominik Podsiadly, Julian Priest, Stefanie Reling, Anthony Robinson, João Rocha, Letta Shtohryn, Chan SomethingStar, Alan Sondheim, The Sunderland Pavilion (Time tunnel), Daniel Temkin, Pall Thayer, Elle Thorkveld, Jurgen Trautwein, A.P. Vague, Catalina Vallejos, Angelika Vardalou, Stephanie Vella, The VteX Files (Platform), Roland Wegerer, Neale Willis, White Page Gallery (Platform)
From The Burrow:
Isabelle Arvers, Basel Embassy (Tunnel), Aad Björkro, Yu Cai, DISNOVATION.ORG, Ursula Endlicher, Antje Feger & Benjamin F. Stumpf, Sophie Fields, Benna Gaean Maris, Fabian Heller, Garrett Lynch irl, Amelia Marzec and Abe Morrison, MEGALITH (Tunnel), Luis Mercado, Zsolt Mesterhazy, Joseph Moore, NETARTFORSTORAGE (Tunnel), Stefanie Reling, ronnie s, Ausín Sáinz, Pall Thayer, Jurgen Trautwein, Angelika Vardalou, Almond Yeggs
Opt-Out is organized by Parallel Polis in Prague on 04-05-06.10.2019. There will be a small selection of planter signs with QR codes present for works by Domenico Barra, Karl Heinz Jeron, Florian Kuhlmann, Bjørn Magnhildøen, Zsolt Mesterhazy, Karina Palosi, Dominik Podsiadly, Guido Segni, Jasna Velickovic, Alex Zakkas. Thanks to Rad0van Misovic!