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#10    2016    MODULE #6 (POSITION YOURSELF INSIDE A MOVING STRUCTURE)

Wood, chipboard, metal, vinyl flooring, Raspberry-Pi, LCD-screen, metal hooks, polyester round sling, video (text based on 3D-Modeling-Software)

Dimensions variable


MODULE #6 (POSITION YOURSELF INSIDE A MOVING STRUCTURE) is a modular stage. It was first constructed in the digital space and afterwards transformed back into the physical exhibition room – following strictly its given structural and institutional conditions. MODULE #6 (POSITION YOURSELF INSIDE A MOVING STRUCTURE) provides a usable playground to the audience, a default structure in which the mobility of objects and the positioning of the audience can be renegotiated – as a result the audience experiences different ideas of spatiality, constantly changing with every new visitor entering the exhibition space.

MODULE #6 (POSITION YOURSELF INSIDE A MOVING STRUCTURE) is a virtually designed stage setting which finds its extension/expansion within the [human] body. Not only is the artwork transforming the audience into acting performers – all interacting objects become active performers within a constructed stage scenario.




[Photos: Ricardo Almeida Roque]


Multilayered motherboards
adopting technologies,
modelling new relationships,
embracing new imaginaries.

Digital technologies as prosthetics
for ideas about form-making.

The computer escaping the box.

Ordinary objects becoming carriers of digital signals,
architecture becoming information.

Performing it
with a repertoire of moves.

Move
Rotate
Scale
Display
Delete
Add
Relations.

Apply an appearance to a face.
Apply an appearance to a feature.
Apply an appearance to a body.
Apply an appearance to an entire part.

Choreographies of human and non-human actors unfolding over time. *

[* Based on: Keller Easterling: An Internet of Things, E-Flux Journal / The Internet Does Not Exist, SternbergPress, 2015 and Hito Steyerl: Too Much World:Is the Internet Dead?, E-Flux Journal / The Internet Does Not Exist, SternbergPress, 2015]






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