Zentrum für Netzkunst

Zentrum für Netzkunst archiving/exhibiting pioneering+contemporary netart & culture, Berlin · https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa

The Zentrum für Netzkunst (Center for Net Art, Berlin) reconstructs, maintains, and preserves net art and net culture. The initiative researches possibilities of archiving and contextualization of net art. https://netzkunst.berlin

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liveira, Anneliese Ostertag, Tabea Rossol, Sakrowski, Cornelia Sollfrank, Igor Štromajer



/rosa is a project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz in Berlin. It is jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst (ZfN) and panke.gallery and focuses on researching and exhibiting net art and net culture • /rosa, Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 35, 10178 Berlin • https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa



Calculating Control: (Net)Art and Cybernetics • exhibition and research project; April – September 2021 • https://netzkunst.berlin/cc



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Pre Book Launch ➠ Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin American Dots and talk with Gabriel Menotti and Cornelia Lundhttps:/...
29/11/2023

Pre Book Launch ➠ Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin American Dots and talk with Gabriel Menotti and Cornelia Lund
https://panke.gallery/event/talk-with-gabriel-menotti-and-cornelia-lund
& DJ Jorge Kukiri
/rosa, 29 November 2023

In 2022, panke.gallery and the Zentrum für Netzkunst presented the curatorial program Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin American Dots. As a follow-up, we are launching a book with guest authors reflecting on the internet, culture, and art in the context of the Global South.
https://panke.gallery/exhibition/planetaryatoll

We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts.
https://canadacouncil.ca


Cultural support: fluctuating images.

Tonight's event at /rosa will be streamed live:https://youtube.com/.berlin/streamsWednesday, 29 November 2023 at 19:00 B...
29/11/2023

Tonight's event at /rosa will be streamed live:
https://youtube.com/.berlin/streams
Wednesday, 29 November 2023 at 19:00 Berlin time

Pre Book Launch ➠ Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin American Dots and Talk with Gabriel Menotti and Cornelia Lund
https://panke.gallery/event/talk-with-gabriel-menotti-and-cornelia-lund
& DJ Jorge Kukiri

/rosa
Wednesday, 29 November 2023, 19:00 – 22:00
Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, 10178 Berlin

In 2022, panke.gallery and the Zentrum für Netzkunst presented the curatorial program Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin American Dots. As a follow-up, we are launching a book with guest authors reflecting on the internet, culture, and art in the context of the Global South.

Join us on Wednesday for a pre book launch and talk with author Gabriel Menotti and Berlin-based art, film and media scholar and curator Cornelia Lund at /rosa. They will discuss the intersection of internet art, Latin America, and Germany, as well as the broader themes of the exhibition, such as the gap between the local and the global and the role of the internet in shaping contemporary culture.

The evening will be hosted by Berlin-based Brazilian DJ Jorge Kukiri, and will conclude with a DJ set.

Cultural support: fluctuating images

panke.gallery seeks to open up a dialogue between established and emerging artists whose work comes out of the connections between digital or net-based art and club culture, especially in the recent history of Berlin. Its program of exhibitions and events takes place in a gallery space within the pr...

Join us at /rosa (Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, Berlin Mitte) for a Pre Book Launch ➠ Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin Amer...
23/11/2023

Join us at /rosa (Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, Berlin Mitte) for a Pre Book Launch ➠ Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin American Dots

29 November 2023 from 19:00 – 22:00
https://panke.gallery/event/talk-with-gabriel-menotti-and-cornelia-lund

In 2022, panke.gallery and the Zentrum für Netzkunst presented the curatorial program Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin American Dots. As a follow-up, we are launching a book with guest authors reflecting on the internet, culture, and art in the context of the Global South.

https://panke.gallery/exhibition/planetaryatoll

Join us on Wednesday, November 29 for a pre book launch and talk with author Gabriel Menotti and Berlin-based art, film and media scholar and curator Cornelia Lund at /rosa (Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, Berlin Mitte). They will discuss the intersection of internet art, Latin America, and Germany, as well as the broader themes of the exhibition, such as the gap between the local and the global and the role of the internet in shaping contemporary culture.

The evening will be hosted by Berlin-based Brazilian DJ Jorge Kukiri, and will conclude with a DJ set.

Pre Book Launch ➠ Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin American Dots and Talk with Gabriel Menotti and Cornelia Lund

/rosa
Wednesday, 29 November 2023, 19:00 – 22:00
Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, 10178 Berlin

In 2022, panke.gallery and the Zentrum Für Netzkunst presented the curatorial program Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin American Dots. As a follow-up, we are launching a book with guest authors reflecting on the internet, culture, and art in the context of the Global South.

https://panke.gallery/exhibition/planetaryatoll

Join us on Wednesday, November 29 for a pre book launch and talk with author Gabriel Menotti and Berlin-based art, film and media scholar and curator Cornelia Lund. They will discuss the intersection of internet art, Latin America, and Germany, as well as the broader themes of the exhibition, such as the gap between the local and the global and the role of the internet in shaping contemporary culture.

The evening will be hosted by Berlin-based Brazilian DJ Jorge Kukiri, and will conclude with a DJ set.

We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des arts du Canada.
https://canadacouncil.ca


·

Gabriel Menotti

Gabriel Menotti is Associate Professor at the Film and Media Department of Queen’s University. He holds a PhD in Media and Communication from Goldsmiths, University of London, and another in Communication and Semiotics from the Catholic University of São Paulo. He also works as an independent practitioner in the broad field of moving images. His work on media technology has been published and presented worldwide. He is the author of "Movie Circuits: Curatorial Approaches to Cinema Technology" (AUP, 2019), and co-editor of "Practices of Projection: Histories and Technologies" (OUP, 2020), among other anthologies. He is also one of the coordinators of the Besides the Screen research network and festival, and currently convenes Museums Without Walls, a curatorial survey on media infrastructures and cultural institutions.

Cornelia Lund

Dr Cornelia Lund is an art, film and media scholar and curator living in Berlin. She has worked for years in research and teaching, mainly on audiovisual artistic practices, documentary film and practices, design theory, and de- and postcolonial theories (including at HU Berlin, University of Hamburg, PUC São Paulo). Since 2004, she has been co-director of fluctuating images, an independent platform for media art and design (http://www.fluctuating-images.de). Currently, she is a Research Fellow at the University of the Arts Bremen. She has curated and collaborated on numerous screenings and exhibitions, latest examples are Connecting Afro Futures. Fashion x Hair x Design (2019), Disrupt Dismantle Desire (2021), Laboratoire Kontempo Kinshasa–Berlin (2021/2022). Among her most important publications are Audio.Visual – On Visual Music and Related Media (2009), The Audiovisual Breakthrough (2015), and the online platforms Post-Digital Culture (2016–), lundaudiovisualwritings (2017–), and http://decolonial.etc.br (2021–).
http://www.fluctuating-images.de/cornelia-lund-en

Cultural support: fluctuating images

22/11/2023

Artist tour and performance – Website As Subject – Saturday, 25 November 2023 with Chia Amisola & Yehwan Song at panke.gallery

16:00: Yehwan Song, Artists' talk & tour (the artist will be present)

18:00: Chia Amisola, desktop performance - Runtime as Ritual as Religion (as Repetition) (the artist will be tele-present)
https://panke.gallery/exhibition/website-as-subject

Welcome!

21/11/2023
Pre Book Launch ➠ Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin American Dots and Talk with Gabriel Menotti and Cornelia Lund/rosaWe...
12/11/2023

Pre Book Launch ➠ Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin American Dots and Talk with Gabriel Menotti and Cornelia Lund

/rosa
Wednesday, 29 November 2023, 19:00 – 22:00
Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, 10178 Berlin

In 2022, panke.gallery and the Zentrum Für Netzkunst presented the curatorial program Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin American Dots. As a follow-up, we are launching a book with guest authors reflecting on the internet, culture, and art in the context of the Global South.

https://panke.gallery/exhibition/planetaryatoll

Join us on Wednesday, November 29 for a pre book launch and talk with author Gabriel Menotti and Berlin-based art, film and media scholar and curator Cornelia Lund. They will discuss the intersection of internet art, Latin America, and Germany, as well as the broader themes of the exhibition, such as the gap between the local and the global and the role of the internet in shaping contemporary culture.

The evening will be hosted by Berlin-based Brazilian DJ Jorge Kukiri, and will conclude with a DJ set.

We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des arts du Canada.
https://canadacouncil.ca


·

Gabriel Menotti

Gabriel Menotti is Associate Professor at the Film and Media Department of Queen’s University. He holds a PhD in Media and Communication from Goldsmiths, University of London, and another in Communication and Semiotics from the Catholic University of São Paulo. He also works as an independent practitioner in the broad field of moving images. His work on media technology has been published and presented worldwide. He is the author of "Movie Circuits: Curatorial Approaches to Cinema Technology" (AUP, 2019), and co-editor of "Practices of Projection: Histories and Technologies" (OUP, 2020), among other anthologies. He is also one of the coordinators of the Besides the Screen research network and festival, and currently convenes Museums Without Walls, a curatorial survey on media infrastructures and cultural institutions.

Cornelia Lund

Dr Cornelia Lund is an art, film and media scholar and curator living in Berlin. She has worked for years in research and teaching, mainly on audiovisual artistic practices, documentary film and practices, design theory, and de- and postcolonial theories (including at HU Berlin, University of Hamburg, PUC São Paulo). Since 2004, she has been co-director of fluctuating images, an independent platform for media art and design (http://www.fluctuating-images.de). Currently, she is a Research Fellow at the University of the Arts Bremen. She has curated and collaborated on numerous screenings and exhibitions, latest examples are Connecting Afro Futures. Fashion x Hair x Design (2019), Disrupt Dismantle Desire (2021), Laboratoire Kontempo Kinshasa–Berlin (2021/2022). Among her most important publications are Audio.Visual – On Visual Music and Related Media (2009), The Audiovisual Breakthrough (2015), and the online platforms Post-Digital Culture (2016–), lundaudiovisualwritings (2017–), and http://decolonial.etc.br (2021–).
http://www.fluctuating-images.de/cornelia-lund-en

Cultural support: fluctuating images

31/10/2023

37. Chaos Communication Congress »Unlocked«
https://events.ccc.de/congress/2023/infos/startpage.html
Hamburg, 27. – 30. Dezember 2023
https://content.events.ccc.de/cfp/37c3

Track Art & Beauty:
Deadline: 11. November 2023 (23:59 UTC)

[EN] Call for Participation:
https://frab.cccv.de/en/37c3/cfp

Art & Beauty

The quote »you can create art and beauty with a computer« formulated by Steven Levis in 1984 in his hacker ethics is the leitmotif for the Art & Beauty track. The focus here is on artistic practices (including literature, comics, film & audiovisual media, music, games, theatre, dance, performance, and painting) that (critically) engage with new technologies and their social impact.

We welcome submissions that use computers, coding, and networks to expand the possibilities of art; or demonstrate that the principles and practices of hacker culture contribute to constructive and unforeseen perspectives in artistic contexts. We also welcome submissions that present a theoretical reflection on the impact of new technologies on artistic practices and forms of expression.

[DE] Call for Participation:
https://frab.cccv.de/de/37c3/cfp

Das Zitat »you can create art and beauty with a computer« aus der von Steven Levis 1984 formulierten Hackerethik ist das Leitmotiv für den Track Art & Beauty. Hier stehen künstlerische Praktiken (darunter Literatur, Comics, Film & audiovisuelle Medien, Musik, Games, Theater, Tanz, Performance und Malerei) im Vordergrund, die sich mit neuen Technologien und deren gesellschaftlichen Auswirkungen (kritisch) auseinandersetzen.

Dabei freuen wir uns über Einreichungen, die Computer, Coding und Vernetzung einsetzen, um die Möglichkeiten der Kunst zu erweitern; oder auch zeigen, dass die Prinzipien und Praktiken der Hacker-Kultur in künstlerischen Zusammenhängen zu konstruktiven und ungekannten Perspektiven beitragen. Willkommen sind ebenfalls Einreichungen, die eine theoretische Reflektion über den Einfluss neuer Technologien auf künstlerische Praktiken und Ausdrucksformen präsentieren.

Bruno Gola: "microwebs", /rosa, Saturday, 16 September 2023"microwebs" is an experiment on interactive systems, smartpho...
17/09/2023

Bruno Gola: "microwebs", /rosa, Saturday, 16 September 2023

"microwebs" is an experiment on interactive systems, smartphones and spatial sound. Through Live Coding and multi-channel audiovisual streaming, the audience phones become a medium to distribute micro sounds and codes over the space, constantly changing perceptions as the audience is also invited to move around with their phones in hand, creating a multi-dimensional, interactive sound environment.

Bruno Gola is a Brazilian computational artist, sound artist, live coder and musician based in Berlin. He studied art and media at the Berlin University of the Arts where he currently works as artistic assistant in the Generative Kunst/Computational Arts class. In his projects, Gola combines his interest in programming languages and sound programming to create his own software and build instruments for live performances and interactive installations.

Tomorrow, on Saturday, 16 September at 8 pm at /rosa (Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, 10178 Berlin).Welcome!
15/09/2023

Tomorrow, on Saturday, 16 September at 8 pm at /rosa (Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, 10178 Berlin).
Welcome!

Bruno Gola: "microwebs"

/rosa, Saturday, 16 September 2023 at 20:00

"microwebs" is an experiment on interactive systems, smartphones and spatial sound. Through Live Coding and multi-channel audiovisual streaming, the audience phones become a medium to distribute micro sounds and codes over the space, constantly changing perceptions as the audience is also invited to move around with their phones in hand, creating a multi-dimensional, interactive sound environment.

Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35
10178 Berlin
https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa

Bruno Gola is a Brazilian computational artist, sound artist, live coder and musician based in Berlin. He studied art and media at the Berlin University of the Arts where he currently works as artistic assistant in the Generative Kunst/Computational Arts class. In his projects, Gola combines his interest in programming languages and sound programming to create his own software and build instruments for live performances and interactive installations.

We've received another donation of books for our /rosa library from Coco Sollfrank. Thank you very much, Cornelia!/rosaZ...
11/09/2023

We've received another donation of books for our /rosa library from Coco Sollfrank. Thank you very much, Cornelia!

/rosa
Zentrum für Netzkunst
Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35
10178 Berlin

Bruno Gola: "microwebs"/rosa, Saturday, 16 September 2023 at 20:00"microwebs" is an experiment on interactive systems, s...
06/09/2023

Bruno Gola: "microwebs"

/rosa, Saturday, 16 September 2023 at 20:00

"microwebs" is an experiment on interactive systems, smartphones and spatial sound. Through Live Coding and multi-channel audiovisual streaming, the audience phones become a medium to distribute micro sounds and codes over the space, constantly changing perceptions as the audience is also invited to move around with their phones in hand, creating a multi-dimensional, interactive sound environment.

Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35
10178 Berlin
https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa

Bruno Gola is a Brazilian computational artist, sound artist, live coder and musician based in Berlin. He studied art and media at the Berlin University of the Arts where he currently works as artistic assistant in the Generative Kunst/Computational Arts class. In his projects, Gola combines his interest in programming languages and sound programming to create his own software and build instruments for live performances and interactive installations.

MANIFESTO FOR (WEB)SITE–SPECIFIC ARTby Chia Amisola(A website is a world)
16/08/2023

MANIFESTO FOR (WEB)SITE–SPECIFIC ART
by Chia Amisola
(A website is a world)

(WIP) — A website is a world. A website is material. A website is what you make of it. A website is intervention. A website is inhabited. A website is its creator. A website is a tool. A website is a site. A website is a way of loving. A website is a gathering. A website facilitates. A website bre...

Tiny sounds. ➠ by Tsch! · Jaime Lobato, David Camargo, Román Castillo/rosa, 15 July 2023Special thanks to Bruno Gola📲 ht...
15/07/2023

Tiny sounds. ➠ by Tsch! · Jaime Lobato, David Camargo, Román Castillo
/rosa, 15 July 2023
Special thanks to Bruno Gola

📲 https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa

Tsch! – an experimental audiovisual project formed by David Camargo and Jaime Lobato that, through Live Coding and Live Cinema, develop sets of algorithmic music full of polyrhythms, broken rhythms, lots of horrible glitch, incorrect appropriations of pop culture and flavor – with Independencia Biolab as a guest for improvisation with an open peer 2 peer server that opens a window for public telematic interaction.

Tiny sounds.by Tsch!/rosa, Saturday, 15 July 2023 at 9 pmhttps://netzkunst.berlin/rosaArtists: Jaime Lobato, David Camar...
13/07/2023

Tiny sounds.
by Tsch!

/rosa, Saturday, 15 July 2023 at 9 pm
https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa

Artists: Jaime Lobato, David Camargo, Román Castillo
https://tldr.nettime.org//110705596804588366

Tsch! is an experimental audiovisual project formed by David Camargo and Jaime Lobato that through Live Coding and Live Cinema develop sets of algorithmic music full of polyrhythms, broken rhythms, lots of horrible glitch, incorrect appropriations of pop culture and flavor. This time we are going to have Independencia Biolab as a guest for improvisation with an open peer 2 peer server that will open a window for public telematic interaction.

/rosa
Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35
10178 Berlin

Welcome!

04/07/2023
Thank you all for coming to Savant, savant, savant. by Bertram von Undall at /rosa tonight!https://www.instagram.com/p/C...
30/06/2023

Thank you all for coming to Savant, savant, savant. by Bertram von Undall at /rosa tonight!

https://www.instagram.com/p/CuIRUBUIEhw

Savant, savant, savant. is a conceptual romantic suggestion of a perspective that sees something very "human" and inherently flawed and messy in technology, presenting works that touch on the disturbances to affective relations and selfhood within techno-capitalism.

https://panke.gallery/event/savant-savant-savant

The exhibition is centered around a narrative based video game installation. The game is derived from a traditional non-verbal intelligence test called the Raven's Progressive Matrices. This test was the first of its kind to circumvent the need for language in order to measure cognitive capacity; through a visual logic system the test determines the takers general abstract ability and fluid intelligence. The term "savant" refers to a person who has exceptional skills or knowledge in a particular domain - it is, incidentally, also the name of the person with highest IQ ever measured ringing in at an astounding 228. Her name: Marilyn vos Savant.

In the context of this exhibition, the idea of cognitive quantification is used as an aesthetic pointer that informs the production of the works in terms of their technical expression and their formal compositions. Cognitive quantification is, at the same time, a central component of today’s human experience, technological devices and computational logics condition nearly all of our social and environmental relations.

Accompanying the installation is a set of drawings manipulated on screen. The exhibition presents a mode of speculation and drifting off; distracted notebook drawings are placed in contrast to attention capturing game technology. On a small scale, the show proposes the notions of thought and learning in the light of a common denominator: algorithmically aided production.

➠ in a week: Savant, savant, savant. by Bertram von Undallhttps://netzkunst.berlin/rosahttps://panke.gallery/event/savan...
23/06/2023

➠ in a week: Savant, savant, savant. by Bertram von Undall
https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa
https://panke.gallery/event/savant-savant-savant

· opening: Friday, 30 June 2023 at 7 pm

Join us at /rosa (Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, Berlin Mitte) for the opening of Bertram von Undall's show.

Savant, savant, savant. is a conceptual romantic suggestion of a perspective that sees something very "human" and inherently flawed and messy in technology, presenting works that touch on the disturbances to affective relations and selfhood within techno-capitalism.

The exhibition is centered around a narrative based video game installation. The game is derived from a traditional non-verbal intelligence test called the Raven's Progressive Matrices. This test was the first of its kind to circumvent the need for language in order to measure cognitive capacity; through a visual logic system the test determines the takers general abstract ability and fluid intelligence. The term "savant" refers to a person who has exceptional skills or knowledge in a particular domain - it is, incidentally, also the name of the person with highest IQ ever measured ringing in at an astounding 228. Her name: Marilyn vos Savant.

Works: Angel Interface (2022) and Self-Drive (2023)

In the context of this exhibition, the idea of cognitive quantification is used as an aesthetic pointer that informs the production of the works in terms of their technical expression and their formal compositions. Cognitive quantification is, at the same time, a central component of today’s human experience, technological devices and computational logics condition nearly all of our social and environmental relations.

Accompanying the installation is a set of drawings manipulated on screen. The exhibition presents a mode of speculation and drifting off; distracted notebook drawings are placed in contrast to attention capturing game technology. On a small scale, the show proposes the notions of thought and learning in the light of a common denominator: algorithmically aided production.



Bertram von Undall's work engages a variety of media ranging from CGI, graphic design and video recordings to sound, fiction and gaming technologies. Their compositions draw on theoretical research in the nested arenas of the psychic, the social and the technological, with an affinity for practices of learning and feeling. Central to this enterprise are the ongoing collaborations and collective engagements that make up the ground of their individual gestures.

Is net art still alive? Is there creation outside the controlled domains of big tech companies? As long as there is the ...
21/06/2023

Is net art still alive? Is there creation outside the controlled domains of big tech companies? As long as there is the Internet - even though its end is already announced - there will still be artists honoring the spirit of the pioneering creators of art "for" and "through" the World Wide Web. It's not just a nostalgic daydream: the pandemic world in 2020 rediscovered a production that is still capable of flowing through the Internet. The world is not the same as during the golden age of the changes that the web brought to our lives, especially because the digital life has turned into brute force. Precisely for that reason, we need art so that we don't take as normal the hordes of hatred and prejudice, the protagonism of disinformation, the colonialism of big tech companies, the erosion of privacy, the risks of artificial intelligence, or, especially, the obsolescence of the creative act itself on the Internet in these times. In light of this context, we will launch Net art died but is doing well - a title inspired by a classic phrase from Brazilian humor, resurrected in Internet memes. We will create an online pavilion at The Wrong Biennale 2023/24 with recent works of net art (or web art or internet art) created between the years 2021 and 2023, in dialogue with the paradigms of this Internet-based production. If you are an Internet artist, you can contribute to a new horizon of creations.

Visit: https://www.fabiofon.com/netmorreu
Curators: Fabio FON and Soraya Braz

FABIOFON-dot-COM

[English Below] Se durante o período crítico da Pandemia toda arte foi para a Internet, hoje, como vão as obras de arte em rede? “A net art morreu mas passa bem” é sobre isso: obras pensadas para as especificidades da Internet, transformando o ato de “estar em rede” em um estado poético, revigorando a produção de décadas atrás. Se você é artista da web e tem trabalhado neste sentido, não deixe de submeter seu trabalho: 30 dias restantes. Juntos, seremos um pavilhão online na The Wrong Biennale, que é um dos maiores eventos do mundo sobre cultura digital (www.thewrong.org). Acesse https://www.fabiofon.com/netmorreu (ou LINK NA BIO).

If during the critical period of the Pandemic all art went to the Internet... How are net art works doing now? "Net art died but is doing well" is about that: works designed for the specificities of the Internet, transforming the act of "being online" into a poetic state, bringing new meanings to production from decades ago. If you are a web artist and have been working in this direction, don't miss the opportunity to submit your work: 30 days left. Together, we will be an online pavilion at The Wrong Biennale, which is one of the world's largest events on digital culture (www.thewrong.org). Visit https://www.fabiofon.com/netmorreu (or LINK IN BIO).

Curators: Fabio FON and Soraya Braz ().

Nilo Caseres: FUE EL net.art, Institució Alfons el Magnànim-Centre Valencià d'Estudis i d'Investigació, València, 2023.h...
20/06/2023

Nilo Caseres: FUE EL net.art, Institució Alfons el Magnànim-Centre Valencià d'Estudis i d'Investigació, València, 2023.

https://www.alfonselmagnanim.net/libro/fue-el-net-art_146897

This book is a succession of passages, beginning with a profile of the earliest Ibero-American net.art, on the pretext of a close examination of the Netart Latino Database (https://netart.org.uy/lat), the work of the Uruguayan Brian Mackern, followed by a description of the situation in Spain in 1996, to delve into what happened between Valencia then and now, with a separate, detailed examination of a performance in Valencia, from which valuable information is extracted about international net.art, not just Ibero-American. We return to a text from 1998 that points out the reasons why we would end up entrusting our lives to the interconnection of digital networks, and whoever smells the danger of infocide 2.0 is invited to demonstrate, as a result of this 21st-century revision, that we inhabit a flat earth, although a hatch is being opened through which we can leave the flatness and elevate ourselves to a post-contemporary art to come.

Photo: Valentina Montero, http://www.valentinamontero.com / https://arteymedios.org

A new book in our /rosa library ➠ A Decade to Download – The Internet Yami-Ichi 2012-2021, 10th anniversary bookhttps://...
12/06/2023

A new book in our /rosa library ➠ A Decade to Download – The Internet Yami-Ichi 2012-2021, 10th anniversary book
https://yami-ichi.download
We've got this book for our library with the support of exonemo.com, for which we'd like to express our sincere thanks!

08/06/2023
/rosa is a project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz in Berlin. It is jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst and Panke.gallery...
26/05/2023

/rosa is a project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz in Berlin. It is jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst and Panke.gallery and focuses on researching and exhibiting net art and net culture.

/rosa offers a site for local and international dialogues between researchers, students, net art enthusiasts, established and emerging artists. In addition to showing artworks, /rosa proposes experimental formats of art mediation, with public lectures and a workspace, as well as a growing research library for self-study. It also functions as a venue for community events such as reading groups and workshops.

If you want to research in our library, use our working space or propose an event in /rosa please contact us at info[at]netart.berlin or info[at]panke.gallery.

/rosa, Thursday, 4 May 2023 at 7 pmRosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 35, 10178 Berlin
02/05/2023

/rosa, Thursday, 4 May 2023 at 7 pm
Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 35, 10178 Berlin

/rosa is a project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz in Berlin. It is jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst and Panke.gallery...
29/04/2023

/rosa is a project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz in Berlin. It is jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst and Panke.gallery and focuses on researching and exhibiting net art and net culture.

/rosa offers a site for local and international dialogues between researchers, students, net art enthusiasts, established and emerging artists. In addition to showing artworks, /rosa proposes experimental formats of art mediation, with public lectures and a workspace, as well as a growing research library for self-study. It also functions as a venue for community events such as reading groups and workshops.

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Thank you all for coming to the opening tonight!Mark Fridvalszki & Anna Tüdős: Home PageWhy you should care about early ...
25/04/2023

Thank you all for coming to the opening tonight!

Mark Fridvalszki & Anna Tüdős: Home Page
Why you should care about early net art from Hungary
/rosa
Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, 10178 Berlin

opening: Tuesday, 25 April 2023
exhibition: 25 April – 21 May 2023
https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa

The net art work 'Home Page' operates on similar principles as early net art works, expropriates their characteristics, and proposes a time travel to their origins through its maze of information. Based on the small but significant early net art collection of Foundation (Budapest, Hungary), the work aims to preserve the essence, the element of freedom in early net art, and the power of graphic design in a utopian moment, at the dawn of the Internet. The site also operates as an alternative archive remixing artworks, visual associations, and theoretical text with interview excerpts. Juxtaposing existing net-based artworks with writings by Ferenc Kömlődi (Cathedral of Light, 1999) and organising them into a thematic grid, the website offers a place for contemplation and a deeper understanding of the Zeitgeist and logic of these artworks.

https://www.c3.hu/collection/homepage

With the web becoming more and more advanced, many older platforms and solutions are regarded as outdated.

Collections are often faced with the situation that they have to choose between the conservation or the reinterpretation of artworks, and the situation will only get more serious as artists won’t be able to offer their memories or their opinions on the reconstruction of their pieces forever. Questions around the restoration of net art are endless and resources are scarce.

C3 Foundation and Zentrum für Netzkunst share the aim to collect, archive and reconstruct net art and are two of the few initiatives that are dedicated to the artistic practices of net art and the history of the early Internet culture in Europe. The exhibition features the voices of Hungarian art historians, artists and IT experts in the hope of generating a discussion between the two local scenes.

This work was produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. The views expressed herein can in no way be taken to reflect the official opinion of the European Union.

Mark Fridvalszki (born in 1981 in Budapest, lives and works in Berlin) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna in 2011 and was a postgraduate Meisterschüler student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Leipzig (2014–2017). Fridvalszki is the co-initiator and graphic editor of the publishing project and cross-disciplinary collective Technologie und das Unheimliche or T+U (since 2014).

Anna Tüdős (1993, Budapest) has a range of experience working in the cultural sector as a facilitator, curator and creative producer. Her recent work explores themes of the crisis of food systems in the face of climate change as well as contemporary perspectives on care and health. She holds an MLitt degree in Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) from the Glasgow School of Art and is a postgraduate student of Health Humanities and Arts at the University of Edinburgh.

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