#Cápsula2050

#Cápsula2050
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía
Madrid

DIFUSIÓN
¿En Berlín? ¿En Praga? ¿En Madrid? En Internet

Compartiendo hacemos que todo crezca. Compartimos nuestros avances, aprendizajes y experiencias a través de web y redes sociales, a veces en forma de vídeo, de fotografía, de filtro de Instagram, de grabación de Whatsapp o copia de Polaroid.

Cuando no pudimos vernos físicamente, nos encontramos y abrazamos por videoconferencia. La presencia online no es una presencia de ficción ni tampoco forzada, es cotidiana y propia. De hecho, cada día parece serlo más.

El Museo acoge en su colección piezas de net art como What Was He Thinking About? Berlin? Praha? Ljubljana? Skopje [¿En qué estaba pensando él? ¿En Berlín? ¿En Praga? ¿En Liubliana? En Skopie] (2000) de Igor Stromajer. En la red abandonamos la confrontación entre realidad y virtualidad, entre la vida y el arte. Nos conectamos, cerramos la brecha.

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Calculating Control: (Net)Art and Cybernetics

Zentrum für Netzkunst (Center for Net Art)
Berlin

Calculating Control: (Net)Art and Cybernetics
exhibitions and research project
April – October 2001

Exhibition: Situating Cybernetics
30 April – 9 May 2021
Haus der Statistik & online

Symposium: Between Techno-Euphoria and Regimes of Surveillance
1–3 May 2021
Haus der Statistik & online

unConference: Embodied Cybernetics in Everyday Life (Mimetics, Empathy, and Hacking)
21–23 May 2021
Haus der Statistik

Duo Exhibition
18 September – 3 October 2021
panke.gallery & online

Online Journal
1 May 2001 –

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From 1970 to 1989, Haus der Statistik operated as the Central Administrative Headquarters for Statistics in the German Democratic Republic: an institution for the cybernetic regulation of society and everyday life.

Working from the site-specific history of Haus der Statistik, Calculating Control explores the impact of cybernetics on artistic and social practices, networks, and technology. Connecting Haus der Statistik with other locations and histories of cybernetic ideals, Calculating Control draws a trajectory from this building to contemporary algorithmic practices and their socio-political effects, many of which mark a crucial point of reference for netart.

As an artistic practice of network society, netart traces systems of cybernetic administration and renders their forms visible and subject to revision. Over the duration of six months, Calculating Control will unravel cybernetic thinking in the space of two separate exhibitions, a symposium, an unconference, as well as an online journal.

Apollo: Are digital artists waiting for the NFT bubble to burst?

Are digital artists waiting for the NFT bubble to burst?

Jo Lawson-Tancred
23 April 2021
Apollo – The International Art Magazine

“Slovenian artist Igor Štromajer, an early practitioner of internet art, remembers pushing back against an older generation of sceptics so he is keen to remain open minded. So far, however, he finds NFTs disappointing. ‘We’ve had digital and interactive computer-based art for decades. In the ’90s, at the beginning of the net art era, we developed interactive structures that were based on multiple servers around the world. They weren’t just complex technically but also in terms of their content, those go hand in hand.’ Each work could take several months to programme and selling them was difficult because Stromajer had limited control over the dispersed servers and the preservation of the work. When one of his pieces was acquired by the Pompidou Centre in Paris in 2002, Stromajer was asked to sign an agreement not to sell the work to someone else in lieu of being able to provide an ‘original’.

‘Now we’ve gone back to single file artworks, jpegs and gifs, which cuts the connection with net art as it was,’ Štromajer says. He sees this as part of a wider trend, started by the constraints and censorships of social media, which he calls the meme-ification of post-internet art. ‘If the market demands it then the art will be offered, that’s normal, but if you simplify it to sell it then at the end you get a single gif.’”

KIBLIX Algo-Poetry

Igor Štromajer:
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algorithmic and procedurally generated poetry workshop

9 and 16 March 2021

KIBLIX 2020/21
International Festival of Art, Technology and Science, KIBLA Maribor
RUK – a network of research centers at the intersection of art, science and technology

Workshops are part of KIBLA’s educational program, co-financed by Ministry of Culture of Republic of Slovenia and Municipality of Maribor.

Festival KIBLIX 2020–2021 is part of project RUK (2019–2022). RUK is a network of art and culture research centers on the crossroads of art, science, and technology. The project is co-financed by the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union under the European Regional Development Fund.

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⦿ Perisphere
Düsseldorf, 8 November 2020

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Televizija Slovenija, Kultura, 19. julij 2020

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Sammelbildchen für alle Fälle

Sammelbildchen für alle Fälle

Tilman Baumgärtel; taz – die Tageszeitung, Berlin Kultur, S. 48, 27. Juni 2020

Kunstvoll im Kleinformat: Die Ausstellung „stick.t.me“ in der panke.gallery in Wedding folgt ganz real der Faszination von Stickern im digitalen Raum

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Frekvenca X

Internet za vse

Val 202 – II. program Radia Slovenija, oddaja Frekvenca X, novinar Maj Valerij, 18. junija 2020 ob 12:00

posnetek oddaje (16:39) • spletni umetnik Igor Štromajer

ARS – Svet kulture

Virusni avtoportreti

Svet kulture, 26. maj 2020
ARS – 3. program Radia Slovenija

“Zelo mi je všeč delo Igorja Štromajerja, ki je naš net artist in upodobi svoj avtoportret s podobo, ki bi jo, glede na njeno formo, sicer zasledili na internetu, je pa narejena oz. upodobljena kot goblen. Gre torej za zanimiv kontrast med visoko tehnologijo in zelo starim medijem, pri katerem uporabljamo svoje roke. Gre za zanimivo tenzijo.”

— Zdenka Badovinac, direktorica MG+MSUM