BEAUTIFUL INTERFACES: THE PRIVACY PARADOX is a group show curated by Helena Acosta and Miyo Van Stenis featuring work by Jennifer Lyn Morone, Heather Dewey Hagborg,LaTurbo Avedon, Annie Rose Malamet and Carla Gannis.
BEAUTIFUL INTERFACES: THE PRIVACY PARADOX explores the dichotomy between the private and the public, creating a platform for distribution of data on an independent and anonymous network.
The work exhibited at BEAUTIFUL INTERFACES: THE PRIVACY PARADOX will live on a wireless network accessible through the router.gallery which is a understood as the digital satellite of the panke.gallery space. The router have been hacked and are not connected to the internet. The router has a private network, which visitors must login to through their own devices – cellphones, iPads or laptops – to view the artwork.
A router is a networking device that forwards data packets between computer networks. Routers perform the “traffic directing” functions of the Internet. By hacking them, the exhibition is reinforcing this idea of the privacy paradox, erasing the router’s predetermined function and transforming it into a device that offers a private experience. The hacking process of this exhibition is powered by Occupy.here an open source project developed by Dan Phiffer in 2011. The router.gallery is supported by the panke eV and the kind support from Aram Bartholl and is maintained by Robert Sakrowski.
UNDERGROUND INSTITUTE FESTIVAL
Underground Institute Festival | Berlin Three days of sonic exploration, custom built instruments, sound art and avant-garde pop music.Featuring some of the most adventurous sonic artists active today, with each participant defining a musical language of their...
The event takes place on the 9th of December starting at 22:00:00.
Underground Institute Festival | Berlin
Three days of sonic exploration, custom built instruments, sound art and avant-garde pop music.
Featuring some of the most adventurous sonic artists active today, with each participant defining a musical language of their own.
With live performances, talks, DJ sets, listening sessions, workshops and more.
The Underground Institute is an agency and platform for culture whose main focus is challenging female, queer, multidisciplinary and genre-bending artists. Curated by Mary Ocher, Manu Louis, in collaboration with amSTARt. *all spaces are accessible.
website & further programinfo https://www.underground-institute.com/festival
Physical tickets are available via KOKA36.
Presale prices (+fees):
Festival pass: 30 euro
Silent Green Thursday: 15 euro,
Silent Green Friday: 15 euro
Panke Friday: 10 euro
gr_und Saturday (no pre-sale, only at the door): 5 euro / visitors under 18: free
We aim to create an inclusive space for all, and we will do our best to keep everyone safe and welcome while you are visiting our event.
We will keep you posted in case of new Corona restrictions.