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dgtl fmnsm HOT MESS

Diese Ausgabe ist Teil des Spy on Me #2 Festivals @ HAU2 (Hebbel am Ufer).

dgtl fmnsm HOT MESS - virus version

free online festival

streamed on our channels
at YouTube (HAU), Facebook (HAU), Instagram, Telegram, Discord

Das internationale Netzwerk dgtl fmnsm präsentiert seit 2016 in interdisziplinären Installationen feministische, queere und tec-positive Perspektiven auf Technologieerzählungen. An den Interventionen sind ästhetisch und theoretisch Agierende beteiligt, die vor allem ihre Körper als Ausdrucksmittel im Kontext einer sich entziehenden Gegenwart zwischen digitaler Technologie, Netzkultur und politischer Notwendigkeit einsetzen. In den Projekten von dgtl fmnsm arbeiten feministische Künstler*innen, Aktivist*innen und Wissenschaftler*innen an einem Interface zwischen Bildender Kunst, Performance und gesellschaftlichem Diskurs, welches für das Publikum in dynamischen Surroundings erlebbar wird.

Die Episode dgtl fmnsm HOT MESS (19.-29.03.2020 @HAU) ist eine interaktive Installation, die auf die häufig chaotische Ordnung unserer Desktops, der digitalen Schreibtische, unserer Gedankengebäude und leichtfertigen Ablagen referiert. Hinter kleinen Symbolen verstecken sich komplexe, überlagernde Welten, Daten, Dokumente, Leid und Freud, Privates wie Öffentliches die uns als hyper-individualisierten kapitalistischen Arbeits-, Alltags- und Lebenskulturen durchdringen. HOT MESS unternimmt den Versuch einer liebevoll-kritischen Hingabe an diese Nutzer*innen-Oberflächen und resigniert lustvoll vor der verlorenen Möglichkeit, Datenmengen zu reduzieren oder ihren Missbrauch zu verhindern. Mit HOT MESS untersuchen wir die verbleibenden Möglichkeiten, die Tiefen unserer Geräte Layer um Layer zu entwirren, bis die Kühler endgültig überhitzen und das was wir Realität nennen, endlich produktiv kollabiert. Denn: Technologie ist nicht neutral und nur eine feministische KI kann uns noch retten.



dgtl fmnsm ist ein Future-Request für ein radikaleres Denken der Selbstverständlichkeit digitaler Technologien in der medienkulturell geprägten Gegenwart. An den kurzweiligen Interventionen bei dgtl fmnsm sind ästhetisch und theoretisch Agierende beteiligt, die signifikant ihren Körper als Ausdrucksmittel im Kontext einer sich entziehenden Gegenwart zwischen digitaler Technologien, Netzkulturen und politischer Notwendigkeit einsetzen.

Digitale Technologien ermöglichen die Durchlässigkeit und Plastizität von Identitäten und katalysieren neue, experimentellere Spielarten von gender, identity & desire. In der Kunst findet die Popularisierung einzelner Aspekte feministischer Belange ihren Ausdruck. Und genau hier treffen auch popkulturelle Ausdrucksweisen und digitale Kulturen aufeinander: in der Verhandlung und Gestaltung einer politischen Ästhetik, in der nicht zuletzt das eigene Erleben das Zentrum bildet und gleichzeitig externe erregbare Spannung nach dem Prinzip „Lust als Basis“ erzeugt werden kann.

Credits

Archiv: Website 2019 | Website 2018 | Website 2016-17

Programm

Die Veranstaltungen finden, wenn nicht anders angegeben, in englischer Sprache statt.

Während die Veranstaltung im HAU2 aufgrund der Virensituation abgesagt werden musste, wird ein Großteil des Programms online stattfinden & gestreamt werden. Bitte bleibt in Kontakt, und kommt ab Freitag, dem 20. immer mal wieder hier auf die Page oder verbindet Euch mit uns in den Kanälen bei Facebook, Instagram, Telegram.

Donnerstag
19.-29.03.2020


durchweg / 10 Tage


Dripfeed Episode 3: Car Problems by Tarren Johnson & Joel Cocks

Commissioned work for HOT MESS

Exklusiv bei Instagram dgtl_fmnsm

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Dripfeed.tv


Created by Tarren Johnson and Joel Cocks Performed by Salber Williams, Wojciech Kosma, Joel Cocks and Tarren Johnson

Dripfeed.tv (2018- On Going)

Dripfeed Episode 1: Mystery Drink Challenge

Online Publication 2018

www.dripfeed.tv

Dripfeed.tv is an episodic body of work that is concerned with the evolving ways people consume media and the greater impact these changes have had on social relations, physiological spaces and Identity.

The first episode, Mystery Drink Challenge was published in the Summer of 2018. The film documents the rehearsal process of a musical performance that takes place in a storefront in Berlin. The making-of format is often from the point of view of the Director who is interacting with the various cast members as they build the final shows. The film approaches the current climate of individualised entertainment and user generated content within the cruces of emancipated authorship and exploitation. Several performances throughout the piece rest between intentions, making a place for performance that lives without the tethering of a particular media.

HOT MESS seeks to make connections between digital spaces and phycological spaces in the hopes of creating an installation that uncovers hidden or lost dynamics. Dripfeed addresses how the evolving structures of media narratives impacts personal and collective conceptions of history and identity.

ₗ̲ Tarren Johnson
http://tarrenjohnson.info








Freitag
27.03.2020
16:00 ‐ 00:00

online

16:00 ‐ 18:00

Algorithms of Late Capitalism (Rotterdam)

Online Zine Co-Creation Workshop

Live-Tutorial by Internet Teapot

HAU YouTube channel

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Internet Teapot presents a zine co-creation workshop during which participants will collaboratively produce the second issue of the 'Algorithms of Late-Capitalism' zine – curating tech-news, internet found-images, and content from the HOT MESS exhibition that critically reflects the absurdities of digital technology as shaped by global market forces.

Internet Teapot is a newly formed Rotterdam-based Creative Studio by Adriaan Odendaal & Karla Zavala. We work on critical design projects at the intersection of the digital and material, with a methodology of exploratory design research, critical praxis, and iterative conceptualization.





18:30

Early Talk:
UNDERSTAND & QUESTION
Future Tense: AI From the Margins
w/ Nakeema Stefflbauer B2B Nushin Yazdani

HAU YouTube channel

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Nakeema Stefflbauer


Dr. Nakeema Stefflbauer is a digitalisation expert with a background in research, technology transformation and social entrepreneurship. She holds an Executive MBA from the disruptive Quantic School of Management, as well as degrees from Brown University and Harvard University. As founder and CEO of the German non-profit organization, FrauenLoop, Dr. Stefflbauer is committed to addressing the marginalization of immigrant, refugee, and working-parent women from the technology scene. She is passionate about diversity and inclusion in tech, intersectional feminism, and the impact of artificial intelligence on marginalised communities.

Nushin Yazdani


Nushin Isabelle Yazdani is an interaction and transformation designer, artist and AI researcher. In her work, she examines the interconnectedness of digital technologies and social justice, artificial intelligence and discrimination - from an intersectional feminist perspective. She creates collaboratively with the communities that are directly impacted by the designed outcomes and seeks to explore design processes that dismantle oppressive structures.

At the Education Innovation Lab, Nushin works on transforming the education system and creating innovative learning methods. She is a Member of the Design Justice Network and a lecturer, and has been teaching for instance at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam or at the University of the Arts Berlin. Apart from teaching Nushin also curates and organizes community events at the intersection of technology, art and design.





20:00

QUESTION
Alla Popp: Under_the_Sun_2120 (VR Performance)

HAU YouTube channel

Under_the_Sun_2120

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Interdisciplinary artist Alla Popp raises questions about Future, Technology and Society with her new VR performance.

Fr. 27.3. 2020

A survival play in VR by Alla Popp.

In times when crisis plays its part at every level of our consciousness, stress management becomes an attitude we internalise and apply in daily life. Acting under pressure simplifies choices and helps prioritising what really matters. Such thinking patterns enable coping with urgent everyday realities bombarded with bad news, pessimistic outlooks and general skeptical mindset towards the future scenarios other than techno-dystopian ones.

One of the answers to this hysteria, is an easy one to come across online - forewarned is forearmed. From social injustice and mistrust towards governments, to mainstream media narratives and unsettling conspiracy theories - preparing for surviving has many triggers. Conservative and masculine, “prepping” became a reaction, a subculture and a booming market that has an advice and a product to withstand any potential threat. These instruments vary from city parkours to wild animals butchering, utilised as part of strategies for survival of a small unit of people.

Hazardous fear of threat is quick on triggering instincts. The question that is much more important though, is how to maintain humanity in such situations? And what kind of new inner modes and toolboxes do we need to ensure that our actions carry potential for a decent life for all?

A performance by Alla Popp “Under the Sun 2120” takes place in a Social Prepper simulator - a VR Game played and performed in physical and virtual spaces. It raises questions and develops strategies in an interlude between fear and hope.

Credits

Artistic direction and performance Alla Popp

Text Sarah Wenzinger

Sound Valentin Oellers, Florian Oellers, Alla Popp

Costume Tanya Tverdokhlebova

VR, Programming Alla Popp

https://www.facebook.com/allapop



21:00 ‐ 22:30

Late Talk: REDEFINE
w/ Ash Baccus-Clark

HAU YouTube channel

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How can a womanist framework inform science, technology, and art?

Conversations around digital feminism (especially an intersectional reading of feminism) and afrofuturism present an opportunity to rework the focus of scholarship and praxis in evolving fields like virtual reality. Artists play an important role in challenging big tech, academia, and cultural institutions to move beyond tokenism.

In this talk, Ash will make a cross-sectional analysis of how cognitive science and digital media can be powerful tools for implementing change, for an inclusive [re]imagining of possible futures.

Ash Baccus-Clark


Ash Baccus-Clark is a Berlin-based Molecular & Cellular Biologist and multidisciplinary artist who uses new media and storytelling to explore themes of deep learning, cognition, memory, race, trauma, and systems of belief.

She currently consults in virtual reality production and is working on her first feature. Ash is currently represented by Mssng Peces, is an Ida Ely Rubin Artist in Residence at the MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology, an RLabs XR Beta Resident, and a 2019 United States Artist fellow in Media.

In her work with Hyphen-Labs, Ash served as the Director of Brand Marketing & Research, writing and producing an award-winning immersive installation project, NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism (NSAF), a three-part digital narrative that sits at the intersection of product design, virtual reality, and neuroscience that was originally inspired by the lack of multidimensional representations of Black women in technology. NSAF incorporates object-based design, virtual reality, and cognitive impact research that reimagines the future of Black women in STEM fields.

NSAF first premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2017 and has been shown at Sundance Film Fest, SXSW, Tribeca Film Fest (Jury Honorable Mention), Gray Area Art & Technology Festival, Primer Speculative Futures Conference, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Stony Island Arts Bank & Rebuild Foundation, New Inc: Versions Festival, Refinery 29's 29 Rooms, and more.

Previously, Ash served as a brand manager on the retail brand management team of Warby Parker and worked as a molecular biologist at the University of California San Francisco researching cell and developmental biology with an emphasis on stem cell research.

NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism (NSAF)



22:30

Sonic Hibernation

DJ Set by Happy New Tears

HAU YouTube channel
&& dgtl fmnsm Facebook Page
&& Soundcloud

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"Emerging DJ and producer Happy New Tears plays machine processed music for the melancholy self. Roaming between the concrete cities of Berlin and Rotterdam, her DJ sets are always brimming with atmospheric and emotional genre defying music, inviting you to immerse into her sonic world.

She is one of the latest graduates of the No Shade program. No Shade is a collective, club night and DJ training program for femme, non-binary and trans people based in Berlin."

https://soundcloud.com/happynewtears
https://www.instagram.com/happynewtears







Freitag
20.03.2020
12:00



12:00

A place taking manual
(virus version)


by die Blaue Distanz (Anna Erdmann & Franziska Goralski)

Watch Video (Facebook)


13:00

The water we drink first runs through the veins of the servers (virtual tour)

by die Blaue Distanz (Anna Erdmann & Franziska Goralski)

Watch Video (Youtube)

Space Design by die Blaue Distanz

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Falling into loaf. I wanna enter your hatch. Sich in ein Gewirr ausufernder Kabel einschalten. Einklinken in digitale Prozesse. Anschluss überlastet. Neu-Verlinken. Das Glimmen hinter den Monitoren. Jetzt bloß stolpern. Die Glastüren einschlagen. Den Serverraum besetzen. Und die Beine hochlegen. Die Verschalung aufreißen. Die Füße an der heißen Lüftung wärmen. Trinken nicht vergessen. Wie viel Uhr ist es? Draußen ist noch Nacht.

Das immersive, raumgreifende Setting von „die Blaue Distanz“ dezentralisiert und verbindet, liefert aus und fordert Beteiligung. Körperlich, Architektonisch, Atmosphärisch wird die Un-/Zugänglichkeit digitaler Vorgänge samt der dahinter liegenden Technik und critteral power thematisiert.

picture by: die Blaue Distanz

https://dieblauedistanz.wordpress.com




15:00

WORKSHOP "#alieneffect"

Facefilter workshop for beginners by Alla Popp

Watch Video (YouTube)

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Workshop: DIY Instagram Facefilter


AR Skills for Instagram Masks (a Beginner Workshop)

with performance and media artist Alla Popp

Language: English and German

Augmented reality filters boomed in the past years, offering real-life fun effects, appearance alterations and a new space for artistic expression.

Allowing for a minute to change appearance of the spaces, of others and of oneself without any harm. However, is this entertainment tool that harmless at all? What kind of political potential does is carry, how can artists apply it in their practices? This beginner workshop is a place to reflect and to learn a little technical skill - creating an Augmented Reality mask and publish it on instagram.

__Workshop Requirements
1 laptop
1 smartphone
Some basic computer/smartphone knowledge
Drawing, collaging, photoshop, 3D skills - anything you can/need to create a visual. Use tools you know, or team up with those who can/know. Share skills, tools and materials!

Short sign up email with one sentence about yourself, your skills (if any?) drawing, photoshopping, 3d modelling, etc. and what/why you find interesting in AR masks - that will be real helpful to design the workshop to the needs of the participants.



Preparations (prior workshop, aka 2t home)
Have a working FB and Instagram account (not business account), which are linked with one another (please check its not blocked, you know your PWDs etc.)

Make sure your Laptop has at least 10GB free space to install the Spark AR and be able to operate it.

Make sure your smartphone (with a camera) has some free space and that you have instagram app installed and updated to the latest version Download, install and sign in/create an account in the Spark AR on your laptop.

Download SPARK AR here : https://sparkar.facebook.com/ar-studio/download/



19:30

"IRL * URL – Extended Edition"

Video Screening and Artist Talk with Tabitha Swanson

Watch Video (YouTube)

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Tabitha Swanson

IRL * URL – Extended Edition

This talk will cover the potential benefits and pitfalls of XR (VR and AR) and the layers of abstraction of what it means to be human as post-human characteristics and identification become more accessible. It will also touch on topics like the importance of representation, censorship, and questions that we all must think about as we move forward.

Tabitha Swanson (b.1991, Winnipeg) appears as a specimen of an online race. A designer and creative technologist using 3D rendering, face filter and sometimes synthetic makeup on her own body, offers us the vision of a migrant from a virtual world. The Canada born and raised third-culture child now lives and works in Berlin. With a background in fine art, fashion and design, Swanson approaches her practice in the same boundless way as she views her mixed heritage, which spans across the continents. She is currently an artist in residence at Factory Berlin as a part of sonar+D programme and part of Proxyz.network, a Berlin-based collective of womxn, trans, non-binary and intersex 3D animators and designers.

https://www.instagram.com/tabithaswanson_/



20:00

GLEAM, LIVE OFFLINE :

HOT MESS///
A show with Tiara Roxanne, Maque Pereyras, Biitsi, Anna Zett, American Artist, Nicole Killian, Xene Sky, Jamila Woods


Live Stream (upcoming): HAU YouTube channel

GLEAM, LIVE OFFLINE : HOT MESS///

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Join us for a hot and messy dgtl fmnsm night with a new and extended edition of GLEAM, our live online show. This time around, GLEAM will include spectacular performances, both IRL and live-streamed on Telegram as well as video screenings and readings. GLEAM is curated by new media artist Shawné Michaelain Holloway and framed by a discourse compiled by interaction designer and AI ethics researcher Nushin Yazdani.

Afterwards, let your ego collapse to the tunes of Milan-based musician Hazina Francia aka Tadleeh. All of the above will take place inside of and as part of the immersive Space Design by artist duo Die blaue Distanz.

Tarren Johnson (artist & choreographer) and Joel Cocks (artist &designer) will present Dripfeed.tv Episode 3, as a part of their online residence with dgtl fmnsm.

FOCUS __________________________
GLEAM, LIVE OFFLINE : HOT MESS///

A show with Tiara Roxanne, Maque Pereyras, Biitsi, Anna Zett, American Artist, Nicole Killian, X’ene Sky, Jamila Woods

Hosted by shawné michaelain holloway & Philisha Kay

**We’re in it deep :**
The extension cord salad, the accidental text sent months after you stopped speaking, the leaked Drake x Future tracks, the DMs from your crush in a city across the ocean, the tape over your computer’s front facing camera, the lost screenshot, the offensive autocorrect, the delivery from Fashion Nova, the makeup tutorial, the surprise phone call in the middle of class, the photo of you and your family in matching pajamas that you use as a background, your forgotten downloads folder, your greasy screen, your tired texting thumbs, your profile picture that doesn’t look like you anymore, your new selfie face, your secret OnlyFans account.

**We’re in it together :**
The barrage of notifications from popular news that only tell of the bad stuff, the “Oops, I broke my screen,” the automatic face filters that turn brown skin lighter, the subscription fees, the amber alerts, the stolen data, the stolen tweets, being trolled, watching government officials fight on social media, canceling TMZ for leaking the news about Kobe but tolerating with FOX News, the heckling of the girls who spoke up, the police brutality trauma porn, the signed petitions, the right wing memes, the flat tummy tea, the creation of SESTA/FOSTA, and all the accounts deleted because of nudity but not racism.

**Let’s hit pause in front of our light.**

ₗ̲ shawné michaelain holloway
http://www.shawnemichaelainholloway.com

Anna Zett


Anna Zett is a Berlin-based artist, filmmaker and writer. Their work considers processes of sense-making through association, narrative and contact, directing attention to physical situations not aligned with logocentric power and technology. In 2014 they published their first two longer videos, the outcome of several years of research & filmmaking, which were screened internationally in various contexts and institutions. Zett has written and directed two experimental radio plays for German public radio (DLF 2015, BR 2017) and (co-) hosted participatory formats between storytelling and choreography. In 2019 they presented two solo exhibitions (Zionskirche Berlin, Or Gallery Vancouver) and published their first book "Artificial Gut Feeling“ (Divided Publishing).

instagram.com/zwerran/

Biitsi


Biitsi, based in Helsinki, Finland, and formed in 2015, consists of Kim Modig and Heidi M. Wee. Under this moniker, they create music, performances, and collaborative works together with practitioners from performance, dance, and media art. Recently, Biitsi composed the score for the choreographic work Grâce, by Anna Torkkel & co. For their 2018 music video Feminine, they joined forces with the Greek fashion label Daglara.

Coinciding with DGTL FMSNM festival, the Finnish national radio is broadcasting Biitsi’s latest work, an essay titled Silver Epoch, that looks at the seniorization of countries such as Finland, asking what it will mean to art and culture.

Taking its cue from the themes discussed in Silver Epoch, for their Berlin debut Biitsi has created a sonic performance: a space where one can reflect the effects ageism causes, not only to individual lives, but for our appreciation of art and aesthetics.

instagram.com/biitsiband/

Tiara Roxanne


Dr. Tiara Roxanne is an Indigenous- Mestís cyberfeminist scholar and artist based in Berlin. Her research and artistic practice investigates the encounter between the Indigenous Body and AI. More particularly, she explores the colonial structure embedded within artificial intelligence learning systems in her writing and her performance art thru textile work. Currently, her work is mediated through the color red. Tiara has presented her work at SOAS (London), SLU (Madrid), Transmediale (Berlin), Duke University (NC), re:publica (Berlin), Tech Open Air (Berlin), AMOQA (Athens), among others. She is currently a Researcher at DeZIM-Institut in Berlin, Germany.

instagram.com/tea_r_raw/

Tabita Rezaire


Tabita Rezaire is infinity incarnated into an agent of healing, who uses art as a mean to unfold the soul. Her cross-dimensional practices envision network sciences - organic, electronic and spiritual - as healing technologies to serve the shift towards heart consciousness.

https://tabitarezaire.com/

Nicole Killian


Nicole Killian's work uses graphic design, publishing, video, objects and installation to investigate how the structures of the internet, mobile messaging, and shared online platforms affect contemporary interaction and shape cultural identity from a queer perspective. They are interested in the repetition, looping, and dissemination of content. They think about catnip and bird toys, scratching and the depths (or voids) of the desktop folder.

Nicole is currently the co-director of the Design, Visual Communications MFA and Assistant Professor in the Department of Graphic Design at Virginia Commonwealth University and recently served as guest editor for the Walker Art Center's Soundboard and organized How Will We Queer Design Education without Compromise?

instagram.com/saucyunicorn

American Artist


American Artist is an artist whose work considers black labor and visibility within networked life. They are a former resident of Abrons Art Center and EYEBEAM and completed the Whitney Independent Study program as an artist in 2017. Recent solo exhibitions include My Blue Window, Queens Museum, Corona, New York, 2019; Dignity Images: Bayview-Hunters Point, Museum of African Diaspora, San Francisco, California, 2019; and I'm Blue (If I Was _____ I Would Die), Koenig & Clinton, Brooklyn, New York, 2019. Their work has been featured in the New York Times, Artforum, ARTnews, and Huffington Post.

instagram.com/ivorytower_headass/

Maque Pereyra


photo credit: Michelle-Gutiérrez-Fernández @caribe_lunar

Maque Pereyra is a Berlin based dancer, performer, dj, dancer and spiritual activist. In 2018 she finished the MA SoDA program at UdK-HZT. A DAAD scholarship in the field of performing arts was granted to her from 2016 until 2018. In her home country, Bolivia, she obtained a BA degree in Psychology in 2014. Her work was prized twice (2013-2014) with the arts award “Premio Plurinacional Eduardo Abaroa” and was shown in different festivals and venues internationally. She is currently receiving the Studio Grant at District with the Research ‘ Yoggaton as Empowerment and Decolonial Body practice’. Yoggaton is a movement practice she developed, that aims to work at physical, spiritual, mental, emotional and decolonial levels and through it construct self and social awareness about the connections and interdependence of spiritual colonization, sexual agency and systemic oppression.

instagram.com/maquepereyra/

X’ene Sky


X’ene Sky is a classically trained pianist, composer, singer and performance artist. X’ene’s work finds itself situated in the interstices of enslaved queer women, negro spirituals, critical fabulation and the itchy scratch your skin parts of relating intimately to others. Playing the piano since the age of four, she is constantly experimenting and interrogating the ways her instrument grows and changes alongside her. Through extended techniques like creating movement on top the piano, singing into/beside/underneath and planting as a vehicle of ancestral communication via performance, X’ene hopes to keep finding the ways and places that give her space to grow.

instagram.com/xenesky/

Jamila Woods


Jamila Woods is a poet, musician & educator from Chicago, IL. She is the editor of BreakBeat Poets: Black Girl Magic, an anthology of poetry by Black women in the age of hip-hop. Her second studio album, LEGACY! LEGACY! was released in 2019 by JagJaguwar Records.

instagram.com/jamilawoods/



23:00

LATE SET
Tadleeh (live)

Platforms: HAU YouTube channel

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Let your ego collapse to the tunes of Milan-based musician Hazina Francia aka Tadleeh. All of the above will take place inside of and as part of the immersive Space Design by artist duo Die blaue Distanz.

Join us in a hot and messy dgtl fmnsm night with a new and extended edition of GLEAM, our live online show. This time around, GLEAM will include spectacular performances, both IRL and live-streamed on Telegram as well as video screenings and readings.

11 pm
LATE SET
Tadleeh (live)

ₗ̲ Tadleeh
https://shapeplatform.eu/artist/tadleeh/
https://soundcloud.com/user-939167710



ₗ̲ die blaue Distanz
https://dieblauedistanz.wordpress.com

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In the frame of Spy On Me #2
HAU Hebbel am Ufer
Full program: https://www.hebbel-am-ufer.de/spy-on-me-2/
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Tadleeh is supported by SHAPE platform, which is co-funded by the CREATIVE EUROPE programme of the European Union.





Samstag
21.03.2020

13:00 ‐ 18:00



Center for Speculation

13:00 ‐ 14:00



MELT DOWN – Meltionary
by Loren Britton, Isabel Paehr

Platform: Discord Please check this link beforehand if you want to participate (Englisch/German possible): http://meltionary.com/dgtlfmnsm/. Join us at 1pm here: https://discord.gg/J6DkuDz


14:00 ‐ 17:00



Cognitive Boot Camp vs. Multiverse Hack : Ten Easy Steps on How to lose your Reality System.

by Omsk Social Club & Mycological Twist

Live Stream

OMSK SOCIAL CLUB & Mycological Twist – Cognitive Boot Camp vs. Multiverse Hack : Ten Easy Steps on How to lose your Reality System. (approx. 130 min.)

The living sandbox we now call earth is becoming increasingly more fluid in its geographical structure, it is morphing into the digital abyss faster than our bones can mutate to cling to our technological tools. Alas we do not want to find ourselves suddenly stranded on this digital plateau of someone else’s making, a prison with no door. So instead we propose a flaneur into the new digital in order to formulate alternative and radically strange habitable landscapes for collective use that detour traditional narrative pathways to make way for empowering unique realities of the self and society. ––– Join us for an afternoon online discussing living practical philosophies, tactics of decolonizing the self and how to unleash an interspecies hackathon on life as we know it.

Omsk Social Club is an art collective that works within the realms of Real Game Play. Their live installations they create examine virtual egos, popular experiences and political phenomena. Allowing the works to become a dematerialized hybrid of modern-day culture alongside the participant's unique personal experiences.

The Mycological Twist is a project by Eloïse Bonneviot and Anne de Boer operating both as a fixed mushroom garden and as a nomadic project, infecting and spreading mycelium alike. The projects initiated by the Mycological Twist can be seen as a place to investigate the cycle of deterioration and regeneration happening in zones of Dark Ecology.

This video is part of dgtl fmnsm festival HOT MESS virus version" (March 20th-27th) dgtl fmnsm deals with the emancipatory potential offered by art, technology and feminism interdisciplinary · online · offline · alive since 2016


17:00 ‐ 18:00



How are we still? Who are we kidding in a 21th-centuries-fearful-dream?

A Telegram Trip
by Katharina Klappheck
Platform: dgtl_fmnsm Telegram






Sonntag
22.03.2020
17:00

Sonic Hibernation (Short Story) Short Story by ****Happy New Tears

Platform: Facebook (Text Post)
dgtl fmnsm Facebook Page




Termin im Kalender speichern







Teilnehmer:innen


• Künstler:innen

Alla PoppShawné Michaelain Hollowaydie Blaue Distanz (Anna Erdmann & Franziska Goralski)Tarren Johnson & Joel CocksTiara Roxanne, Maque Pereyras, Biitsi, Anna Zett, American Artist, Nicole Killian, Xene Sky, Jamila Woods, Tabita RezaireTabita Rezaire

• Diskurs

Ash Baccus-ClarkNakeema StefflbauerNushin YazdaniTabitha Swansen

• Musik

TadleehHappy New Tears


Credits



dgtl fmnsm team

Ulla Heinrich, Konstanze Schütze (production and artistic direction)· Shawné Michaelain Holloway (artistic direction Gleam) · Nushin Yazdani (head of discourse) · Philisha Kraatz (production assistent & communication) · Anja Kaiser (visual concept) · Anna Erdmann (space design) · Franziska Goralski (space design) · Janine Müller (live broadcasting), Konrad Behr (live broadcasting), Thomas Dumke (administration and network) · Sven Dämmig (website)

dgtl fmnsm is a concept by ULLA HEINRICH, KONSTANZE SCHÜTZE and THOMAS DUMKE

Eine Auftragsarbeit des HAU Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin). Produktion: dgtl fmnsm & HAU Hebbel am Ufer.

Gefördert durch den Hauptstadtkulturfonds (Berlin) im Rahmen des Festivals „Spy on Me #2 - Künstlerische Manöver für die digitale Gegenwart“, ein Festival des HAU Hebbel am Ufer.

Tadleeh is supported by SHAPE platform, which is co-funded by the CREATIVE EUROPE programme of the European Union.

Workspace: Center For Speculation in Zusammenarbeit mit Professur "Kunst Medien Bildung", Institut für Kunst& Kunsttheorie, Universität zu Köln.

Impressum

Eine Veranstaltung im HAU Berlin www.facebook.com/HAUBerlin/about/ als Teil des Spy on Me #2 Festivals.

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Workspace:
Center For Speculation
canceled

Sa. 21.3. 2020
13:00 ‐ 18:00


Workspace:
Center for Speculation ist eine öffentliche Forschungsgruppe aus Künstlerinnen, Aktivist*innen, Wissenschaftler*innen und Enthusiast*innen die die Schnittstellen von technologischen Systemen und sozialen Strukturen erforschen.

Angelegt als akademisches Experiment, reflektiert das symposiumartige Arbeitsformat Strategien der Spekulation als politische Praxis und untersucht die Bedürfnisse, Themen und Möglichkeiten (queer-)feministischer Gegenspekulation an den Herausforderungen einer technologisch durchdrungenen Gegenwart.

Themenfelder und Fokusgruppen bilden sich nach Interesse an den Sektionen:
PLACE MAKING, ACTIVIST POTENTIALS, REAL GAME/ GAME PLAY, PHYSICAL JUSTICE, FEEL.

Wenn Zukunft, dann viele!

SO FUNKTIONIERT ES __________________________
Sprache: Englisch und Deutsch, mit Anmeldung!
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Freier Eintritt

TIMETABLE/ABLAUF __________________________

12:30 Sneaking/Snacking
13:00 Welcome/ Intro & Input
14:00 Working session in focus groups
17:00 Sharing&Reviews + Exchange
18:00 Zooming-out

with focus groups by Martina Leeker, Nada Schroer, Loren Britton & Isabel Paehr, Anne de Boer, Eloise Bennevoit and Penny Rafferty, Alexis C Johnson, Stephanie Comilang, Katharina Klappeck, Shawné Michaelean Holloway, Nushin Yazdani and others.

Hosted by Martina Leeker (UdK Berlin) and Konstanze Schütze (Universität zu Köln) and many critical friends like Francesca Schmidt (Gunda-Werner-Institut).

Call For Zines

Fr. 27.3. 2020
16:00 ‐ 18:00




DGTL FMNSM 2020 will take place

HOT, but no fever.

Online, digital, livestreams.

Free entrance for all!

We will spread memes.

Due to the latest events related to the global virus spread, all events on site at HAU2 have to be canceled or have to be postponed. But many of the events can take place, being streamed. Please come back here or connect with us at Facebook.

dgtl fmnsm HOT MESS - virus version

free online festival

streamed on our channels
at YouTube (HAU), Facebook (HAU),
Instagram, Telegram, Discord

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