We will be travelling to Munich to take part in the Sensitive Data conference at the Münchner Kammerspiele. We are on a panel with Florian Malzacher, Angela Richter and Martin Zeyn at 11am on Sunday 22 January called TRACE YOURSELF: THE SURVEILLANCE OF ART. Should be fun, hope to see some of you there.
Sophia will show her and Ruby’s video piece The Matter Between You and Me on 19 Decemeber from 6pm at Uferstudios, Studio 13 as part of an evening curated by Bettina Knaup. This evening in the series Ecologies of Practice is dedicated to joint intimacy with waste, inviting artists and a number of video works into a joint conversation, contemplating what can’t be discarded, ranging from plastics, to
placentas to food left overs. Also featuring Silke Bake, Alice Chauchat, Pepe Dayaw, Bettina Knaup, Sophia New, Siegmar Zacharias
The evening starts at 6pm and costs 5 € (incl. soup/snack)
Uferstr. 23, 13357 Berlin (OpenStreetMap)
We will give a performative artists’ talk on Thursday 24th November at 7pm as part of the Linear Momentum group exhibition at the Galerie im Körnerpark in Neukölln (Schierker Str. 8, 12051 Berlin), curated by Conny Becker
We will present our daily practice of recording everywhere we go with GPS and the outcome of this as trace and line. We will also perform an excerpt from Narrating Our Lines, in which we play an animation of journeys from previous years and try to remember the human events behind the abstracted traces. The animation was created for us as open source software by Peter Vasil.
On Saturday 10 May, Dan has been invited to give a presentation entitled ‘A Personal History of Locative Media’ at a symposium on ‘Locative Media and Sound Art’ hosted by Musica and the Festival of Flanders in Kortrijk
Here’s the abstract:
Daniel Belasco Rogers will lay out a personal history of locative media from his position as an artist who has worked with locative media since 2005 and who continues a daily practice of collecting everywhere he goes with a GPS which he began in 2003 and his wife in 2007.
Belasco Rogers will use some of the locative projects he has made in Europe (including Kortrijk) as well as his GPS collection practice to illustrate various aspects of locative media as his thinking about it has changed since the days when the equipment was rare, exotic and expensive to today when many of us walk around with locative media devices in our pockets.