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https://netzkunst.berlin

➠ Zentrum für Netzkunst Berlin • archiving, presenting and exhibiting pioneering and contemporary net art and culture in Berlin

The Zentrum für Netzkunst (Center for Net Art, Berlin) reconstructs, maintains, and preserves net art and net culture. The initiative researches possibilities of archiving and contextualization of net art. https://netzkunst.berlin

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• Members of the association: !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Tereza Havlíková, Paloma O

The Zentrum für Netzkunst (Center for Net Art, Berlin) reconstructs, maintains, and preserves net art and net culture. The initiative researches possibilities of archiving and contextualization of net art. https://netzkunst.berlin

Sign up for our email newsletter: https://landing.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/k8q5e2

• Members of the association: !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Tereza Havlíková, Paloma O

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Welcome at /rosa! ➠ "Cleaning My Desktop" by Molly Soda (opening: 10 March 2022)In Cleaning My Desktop, #MollySoda blend...
11/03/2022

Welcome at /rosa! ➠ "Cleaning My Desktop" by Molly Soda (opening: 10 March 2022)

In Cleaning My Desktop, #MollySoda blends her body onto her computer desktop. The screen overflows with files and images that are piled up in layers covering the whole background. While the files are being organized and sorted into labeled folders, the figure of the artist treats the desktop as a physical space.

Molly Soda @bloatedandalone4evr1993 was born in 1989 in San Juan, Puerto Rico and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She received her B.F.A in Photography and Imaging from Tisch School of Arts, New York University in 2011. She uses different social media to produce and host her work, allowing it to interact with the platforms themselves. She is interested in Internet archival practices, often using her own image and figure as an online character.

📲 https://mollysoda.exposed

The installation can be viewed until 9 April during our regular opening hours every Friday from 1 to 6 PM and Saturday from 4 to 8 PM (individual appointments are welcomed).

/rosa is a project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz in Berlin. It is jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst Berlin and Panke.gallery and focuses on researching and exhibiting net art and net culture.

/rosa ➠ "Cleaning My Desktop" by Molly Sodaopening: Thursday, 10 March 2022, 6–10 pmhttps://netzkunst.berlin/rosaIn Clea...
09/03/2022

/rosa ➠ "Cleaning My Desktop" by Molly Soda
opening: Thursday, 10 March 2022, 6–10 pm
https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa

In Cleaning My Desktop, Molly Soda blends her body onto her computer desktop. The screen overflows with files and images that are piled up in layers covering the whole background. While the files are being organized and sorted into labeled folders, the figure of the artist treats the desktop as a physical space.

Molly Soda was born in 1989 in San Juan, Puerto Rico and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She received her B.F.A in Photography and Imaging from Tisch School of Arts, New York University in 2011. She uses different social media to produce and host her work, allowing it to interact with the platforms themselves. She is interested in Internet archival practices, often using her own image and figure as an online character.

📲 https://mollysoda.exposed

Come join us for the opening on Thursday, 10th of March from 6 to 10 PM at /rosa, Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, 10178 Berlin.

— please note: 2G+ regulations (only vaccinated and/or recovered plus tested or boostered) apply for a visit to the event.

After the opening, the installation can be viewed until 9 April during our regular opening hours every Friday from 1 to 6 PM and Saturday from 4 to 8 PM (individual appointments are welcomed).

/rosa is a project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz in Berlin. It is jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst Berlin and Panke.gallery and focuses on researching and exhibiting net art and net culture.

/rosa"Cleaning My Desktop" by Molly Sodaopening: 10 March 2022, 6–10 pmDear friends, supporters, and enthusiasts of net ...
03/03/2022

/rosa
"Cleaning My Desktop" by Molly Soda
opening: 10 March 2022, 6–10 pm

Dear friends, supporters, and enthusiasts of net art, we are happy to announce the next installation in our project space /rosa on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz in Berlin!

In our series of single artwork installation, we will show the work “Cleaning my Desktop” (2018) by the New York-based artist Molly Soda.

In Cleaning My Desktop, Molly Soda blends her body onto her computer desktop. The screen overflows with files and images that are piled up in layers covering the whole background. While the files are being organized and sorted into labeled folders, the figure of the artist treats the desktop as a physical space.

Molly Soda was born in 1989 in San Juan, Puerto Rico and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She received her B.F.A in Photography and Imaging from Tisch School of Arts, New York University in 2011. She uses different social media to produce and host her work, allowing it to interact with the platforms themselves. She is interested in Internet archival practices, often using her own image and figure as an online character.

📲 https://mollysoda.exposed

Come join us for the opening on Thursday, 10th of March from 6 to 10 PM at /rosa, Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, 10178 Berlin.

— please note: 2G+ regulations (only vaccinated and/or recovered plus tested or boostered) apply for a visit to the event.

After the opening, the installation can be viewed until 9 April during our regular opening hours every Friday from 1 to 6 PM and Saturday from 4 to 8 PM (individual appointments are welcomed).

/rosa is a project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz in Berlin. It is jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst Berlin https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa and Panke.gallery https://panke.gallery/rosa and focuses on researching and exhibiting net art and net culture.

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25/02/2022

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panke.gallery condemns the brutal attack on Ukraine. We call for solidarity with the people of Ukraine and to support Ukrainian sovereignty and independence. Our thoughts are with our Ukrainian friends, artists and partners, and their families, in the country and abroad.

Photos from OFFICE IMPART's post
22/02/2022

Photos from OFFICE IMPART's post

➠ Paloma Oliveira, Sakrowski, Tereza Havlíková, Anneliese Ostertag, Sebastian Schmieg, Noemi Garayhttps://netzkunst.berl...
31/01/2022

➠ Paloma Oliveira, Sakrowski, Tereza Havlíková, Anneliese Ostertag, Sebastian Schmieg, Noemi Garay

https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa
https://panke.gallery/rosa

/rosa project space – jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst & Panke.gallery, Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 35, 10178 Berlin

Photos from Panke.gallery's post
29/01/2022

Photos from Panke.gallery's post

Today is the day!Opening of the /rosa project space:https://netzkunst.berlin/rosahttps://panke.gallery/rosaRosa-Luxembur...
29/01/2022

Today is the day!
Opening of the /rosa project space:
https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa
https://panke.gallery/rosa
Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 35, 10178 Berlin • 3-9 PM • with Sebastian Schmieg's installation /rosa ⇢ Lights will guide you home (Landing)
Welcome!
~ Panke.gallery & Zentrum für Netzkunst Berlin

26/01/2022

Last week, on 21 January, we showed a multi-channel installation Lights will guide you home (Takeoff) by Sebastian Schmieg. The same pilots that took off last week during the Vorspiel / transmediale & CTM event at Panke.gallery will now land in our new project space /rosa ➠ as part of the opening of /rosa, we will now show the second part of Sebastian Schmieg’s installation /rosa ⇢ Lights will guide you home (Landing).

We kindly invite you to experience the symbolic landing at /rosa and celebrate the new space together with us. Have a look into our growing library of literature on net art, the internet, and digital culture, grab a drink and enjoy some home DJing.

Come join us for the opening of /rosa on Saturday, 29 January from 3 to 9 PM ⇢ Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, 10178 Berlin

/rosa is jointly run by Panke.gallery and Zentrum für Netzkunst Berlin and focuses on researching and exhibiting net art and net culture. It offers a site for local and international dialogues between researchers, students, net art enthusiasts, established and emerging artists. In addition to showing artworks, /rosa proposes experimental formats of art mediation, with public lectures and a workspace, as well as a growing research library for self-study. It also functions as a venue for community events such as reading groups and workshops.

📲 https://panke.gallery/rosa
📲 https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa

/rosa ⇢ Lights will guide you home (Landing):

On Twitch and YouTube, gamers stream how they fly over a digital copy of our world using flight simulation software - some curious, others dutiful, and quite a few in the service of virtual airlines following official flight schedules. During their flights, they are often guided by other gamers who participate as air traffic controllers. Sebastian Schmieg regularly watches both pilots and air traffic controllers and collects and archives their virtual work.

/rosa
Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 35
10178 Berlin

/rosa is our new project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz, jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst Berlin (ZfN) and Panke.gall...
23/01/2022

/rosa is our new project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz, jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst Berlin (ZfN) and Panke.gallery, focused on representing net art and net culture in Berlin.

https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa
https://panke.gallery/rosa

/rosa extends the activities of both spaces and expands their initiatives in maintaining, archiving and reconstructing internet art culture, and opens an important site for local and international dialogue between researchers, students, net art enthusiasts, established and emerging artists.

Zentrum für Netzkunst Berlin has been a pioneer user in the Haus der Statistik since September 2019 and is funded by the Kulturamt Berlin Mitte for the exhibition "stick.t.me" (June 2020). Until the foundation of the association, the members of the Zentrum have realized exhibition and publication projects in various cooperations, such as: "En Plein Air. Ethnographies of the Digital" (2019, funded by the Federal Cultural Foundation), "Zentrum für Netzkunst, then and now" (2018, funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe), and "warehouse. industries" (2017, funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation).

In addition to the expected formats of exhibiting artworks, /rosa proposes experimental formats of art mediation, lectures, workspace, growing research library for self-study, and offers itself as an open venue for independently organized community events such as reading groups and workshops.

/rosa
Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 35
10178 Berlin

• opening: Saturday, 29 January 2022, 15:00–22:00 ➠ Lights will guide you home (Landing) – installation by Sebastian Schmieg

/rosa is a project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz, jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst (ZfN) and Panke.gallery, focused ...
18/01/2022

/rosa is a project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz, jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst (ZfN) and Panke.gallery, focused on representing net art and net culture in Berlin.

/rosa
https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa
Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 35
10178 Berlin

/rosa extends the activities of both spaces and expands their initiatives in maintaining, archiving and reconstructing Internet art culture, and opens an important site for local and international dialogue between researchers, students, net art enthusiasts, established and emerging artists.

In addition to the expected formats of exhibiting artworks, /rosa proposes experimental formats of art mediation, lectures, workspace, growing research library for self-study, and offers itself as an open venue for independently organized community events such as reading groups and workshops

https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa

Calculating Control: (Net)Art and Cybernetics · https://netzkunst.berlin/cc · exhibitions, symposium, journal · April – ...
03/10/2021

Calculating Control: (Net)Art and Cybernetics · https://netzkunst.berlin/cc · exhibitions, symposium, journal · April – October 2021


Exhibition: Situating Cybernetics
https://www.facebook.com/events/994116264456520
with works by Francis Hunger, Lisa Jevbratt, Roland Kayn, Mongrel, Oleksiy Radynski, Andreas Siekmann, Suzanne Treister, and Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt
https://netzkunst.berlin/cc/e
Haus der Statistik, Berlin and online
30 April – 9 May 2021 (online version until 3 October 2021)
https://cc.common.garden

From 1970 – 1989, Haus der Statistik at Alexanderplatz Berlin operated as the Central Administrative Headquarters for Statistics in the German Democratic Republic (GDR), where information was collected, mined, and analyzed. Through datasets, diagrams, charts, and other visual tools, standards and deviations were determined in order to meticulously plan and control the economy of the socialist republic. The exhibition featured works from 1966 until the present, showing how artists have been influenced by cybernetic theories, and have worked to render their bureaucratic and administrative processes in aesthetic terms. The works investigate sites, technologies, and narratives of cybernetics, pointing to their possible meanings for the present


Symposium: Between Techno-Euphoria and Regimes of Surveillance
https://www.facebook.com/events/1141972639584392
with lectures, talks and presentations by Oliver Sukrow, Katharina Loeber, Francis Hunger, Clemens Apprich, Anna-Verena Nosthoff and Felix Maschewski, Oleksiy Radynski, Matthew Fuller, Annet Dekker, Gaia Tedone, Marialaura Ghidini
https://netzkunst.berlin/cc/s
⎚ videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg0wwEdrQjLrPOITC7nrIwA
1–3 May 2021

The location and architecture of Haus der Statistik demonstrates the two-sided nature of the science of cybernetics: On the one hand, the potential of a new organizational model, and on the other, the risks associated with its use as a powerful instrument for surveillance and control. These ambivalent uses of cybernetics are explored in examples from the socialist political regimes of the past as well as the capitalist network society of today. A second focus of the symposium is the consideration of netart and its aesthetic expressions that reflect the cybernetic conditions of the internet, while also being dependent on them.


unConference: Embodied Cybernetics in Everyday Life (Mimetics, Empathy, and Hacking)
https://netzkunst.berlin/cc/u
with Martina Raponi, Jaime Lobato, Anna Zett, Hermann Heisig, David Polzin, Ute Waldhausen, and participants
https://www.facebook.com/events/468478977609245
21–23 May 2021

Taking up the cybernetic logic of self-regulating systems, the unconference was a collective, collaborative, indisciplinary, and multi-perspectival summit that aimed to produce embodied knowledge about statistics in their larger contexts and ties to everyday life. With experimental formats, we encouraged dynamic exchange between bodies and things, ideas and places, practices and theories.


Exhibition: 150 by Constant Dullaart & UBERMORGEN
https://panke.gallery/exhibition/150
19 September – 3 October 2021
https://die-mark.io
panke.gallery, Berlin
BREITBARD RED & DullBrown™
https://netzkunst.berlin/cc/e?tags=ausstellung&tags=date_2021_09_19

Two contemporary netart positions that address socio-cybernetic issues by artistically investigating informational processes in both social and technological space.


Zentrum für Netzkunst #journal
https://netzkunst.berlin/cc/j

Cybernetic control is achieved through accuracy, meticulousness, and a constant striving for perfection. Social processes are broken down into manageable parts, measured, and evaluated in order to regulate them by targeted readjustment. The authors of the online journal examine concrete practices, technologies, and materials of cybernetic control.

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Concept and Curating: Tereza Havlíková, Paloma Oliveira, Anneliese Ostertag, Tabea Rossol, Sakrowski
Research, Graphic Concept, Design: Anna-Luise Lorenz
Programming: Jakub Fiala
Symposium and Exhibition Assistance: Noemi Garay
Exhibition Design: Omer Polak & Cäcilia Verweyen
Documentation: Hannah Rumstedt, Alexia Manzano Schlamp
Editing and Translation: Colin Lang
Server: Mediengruppe Bitnik
Social Media Coordination: Igor Štromajer
Supported by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin, Haus der Statistik, panke.gallery

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⎚ calculating control: (Net)Art and Cybernetics ➠ an exhibition and research project by the Zentrum für Netzkunst in the Haus der Statistik, Berlin

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Today is the day! Opening of the /rosa project space: https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa https://panke.gallery/rosa Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 35, 10178 Berlin • 3-9 PM • with Sebastian Schmieg's installation /rosa ⇢ Lights will guide you home (Landing) Welcome! ~ Panke.gallery & Zentrum für Netzkunst Berlin
/rosa is our new project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz, jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst Berlin (ZfN) and Panke.gallery, focused on representing net art and net culture in Berlin. https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa https://panke.gallery/rosa /rosa extends the activities of both spaces and expands their initiatives in maintaining, archiving and reconstructing internet art culture, and opens an important site for local and international dialogue between researchers, students, net art enthusiasts, established and emerging artists. Zentrum für Netzkunst Berlin has been a pioneer user in the Haus der Statistik since September 2019 and is funded by the Kulturamt Berlin Mitte for the exhibition "stick.t.me" (June 2020). Until the foundation of the association, the members of the Zentrum have realized exhibition and publication projects in various cooperations, such as: "En Plein Air. Ethnographies of the Digital" (2019, funded by the Federal Cultural Foundation), "Zentrum für Netzkunst, then and now" (2018, funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe), and "warehouse. industries" (2017, funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation). In addition to the expected formats of exhibiting artworks, /rosa proposes experimental formats of art mediation, lectures, workspace, growing research library for self-study, and offers itself as an open venue for independently organized community events such as reading groups and workshops. /rosa Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 35 10178 Berlin • opening: Saturday, 29 January 2022, 15:00–22:00 ➠ Lights will guide you home (Landing) – installation by Sebastian Schmieg
/rosa is a project space on Rosa-Luxemburg Platz, jointly run by Zentrum für Netzkunst (ZfN) and Panke.gallery, focused on representing net art and net culture in Berlin. /rosa https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 35 10178 Berlin /rosa extends the activities of both spaces and expands their initiatives in maintaining, archiving and reconstructing Internet art culture, and opens an important site for local and international dialogue between researchers, students, net art enthusiasts, established and emerging artists. In addition to the expected formats of exhibiting artworks, /rosa proposes experimental formats of art mediation, lectures, workspace, growing research library for self-study, and offers itself as an open venue for independently organized community events such as reading groups and workshops https://netzkunst.berlin/rosa
Today's K.O. Market at the Haus der Statistik and our #netart cookies! 🍪 https://hausderstatistik.org
Calculating Control: (Net)Art and Cybernetics · https://netzkunst.berlin/cc · exhibitions, symposium, journal · April – October 2021 ᅠ ⇘ Exhibition: Situating Cybernetics https://www.facebook.com/events/994116264456520 with works by Francis Hunger, Lisa Jevbratt, Roland Kayn, Mongrel, Oleksiy Radynski, Andreas Siekmann, Suzanne Treister, and Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt https://netzkunst.berlin/cc/e Haus der Statistik, Berlin and online 30 April – 9 May 2021 (online version until 3 October 2021) https://cc.common.garden From 1970 – 1989, Haus der Statistik at Alexanderplatz Berlin operated as the Central Administrative Headquarters for Statistics in the German Democratic Republic (GDR), where information was collected, mined, and analyzed. Through datasets, diagrams, charts, and other visual tools, standards and deviations were determined in order to meticulously plan and control the economy of the socialist republic. The exhibition featured works from 1966 until the present, showing how artists have been influenced by cybernetic theories, and have worked to render their bureaucratic and administrative processes in aesthetic terms. The works investigate sites, technologies, and narratives of cybernetics, pointing to their possible meanings for the present ᅠ ⇘ Symposium: Between Techno-Euphoria and Regimes of Surveillance https://www.facebook.com/events/1141972639584392 with lectures, talks and presentations by Oliver Sukrow, Katharina Loeber, Francis Hunger, Clemens Apprich, Anna-Verena Nosthoff and Felix Maschewski, Oleksiy Radynski, Matthew Fuller, Annet Dekker, Gaia Tedone, Marialaura Ghidini https://netzkunst.berlin/cc/s ⎚ videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg0wwEdrQjLrPOITC7nrIwA 1–3 May 2021 The location and architecture of Haus der Statistik demonstrates the two-sided nature of the science of cybernetics: On the one hand, the potential of a new organizational model, and on the other, the risks associated with its use as a powerful instrument for surveillance and control. These ambivalent uses of cybernetics are explored in examples from the socialist political regimes of the past as well as the capitalist network society of today. A second focus of the symposium is the consideration of netart and its aesthetic expressions that reflect the cybernetic conditions of the internet, while also being dependent on them. ᅠ ⇘ unConference: Embodied Cybernetics in Everyday Life (Mimetics, Empathy, and Hacking) https://netzkunst.berlin/cc/u with Martina Raponi, Jaime Lobato, Anna Zett, Hermann Heisig, David Polzin, Ute Waldhausen, and participants https://www.facebook.com/events/468478977609245 21–23 May 2021 Taking up the cybernetic logic of self-regulating systems, the unconference was a collective, collaborative, indisciplinary, and multi-perspectival summit that aimed to produce embodied knowledge about statistics in their larger contexts and ties to everyday life. With experimental formats, we encouraged dynamic exchange between bodies and things, ideas and places, practices and theories. ᅠ ⇘ Exhibition: 150 by Constant Dullaart & UBERMORGEN https://panke.gallery/exhibition/150 19 September – 3 October 2021 https://die-mark.io panke.gallery, Berlin BREITBARD RED & DullBrown™ https://netzkunst.berlin/cc/e?tags=ausstellung&tags=date_2021_09_19 Two contemporary netart positions that address socio-cybernetic issues by artistically investigating informational processes in both social and technological space. ᅠ ⇘ Zentrum für Netzkunst #journal https://netzkunst.berlin/cc/j Cybernetic control is achieved through accuracy, meticulousness, and a constant striving for perfection. Social processes are broken down into manageable parts, measured, and evaluated in order to regulate them by targeted readjustment. The authors of the online journal examine concrete practices, technologies, and materials of cybernetic control. ᅠ ⇘⇘⇘ Concept and Curating: Tereza Havlíková, Paloma Oliveira, Anneliese Ostertag, Tabea Rossol, Sakrowski Research, Graphic Concept, Design: Anna-Luise Lorenz Programming: Jakub Fiala Symposium and Exhibition Assistance: Noemi Garay Exhibition Design: Omer P***k & Cäcilia Verweyen Documentation: Hannah Rumstedt, Alexia Manzano Schlamp Editing and Translation: Colin Lang Server: Mediengruppe Bitnik Social Media Coordination: Igor Štromajer Supported by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin, Haus der Statistik, panke.gallery
This Sunday (3 October 2021) at 2 pm - Artist Talk with UBERMORGEN: https://panke.gallery/event/finissage-150 As part of the TAG DER CLUBKULTUR we will celebrate the finissage of "150: Constant Dullaart & UBERMORGEN" with an artist talk by UBERMORGEN. The artist duo will talk about the polemic anticipatory “D-Mark COIN-White Paper” - https://die-mark.io - which they have released on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition at panke.gallery in September. https://panke.gallery/exhibition/150 Sakrowski, the curator of the exhibition, will be at Panke.gallery to do a live video call with the artists. The talk will also be streamed live on our twitch channel: https://twitch.tv/pankegallery 150 takes up the nightmarish idea of the Proclamation of the German Empire, corresponding with current Alt-Right manifestations enabled by Crypto Bro Libertarianism. In commemoration of said “150 years Germany,” UEBERMORGEN's work addresses cybernetic issues and artistically investigates informational processes in both the social and technological space.
OFFICE IMPART ⇢
Until the end of this week in Panke.gallery ⇢ 150: Constant Dullaart & UBERMORGEN ⇢ opening hours: Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat / 3 pm - 7 pm http://panke.gallery/exhibition/150 D-Mark COIN ⇢ http://die-mark.io Zentrum für Netzkunst ⇢ http://netzkunst.berlin/cc
Download the anticipatory D-Mark COIN white-paper (PDF, 16 MB):https://536f3135-87be-4c0c-803b-e97e89bbe6e2.filesusr.com/ugd/6d17ed_d280396cbade44d0b60a3aaac1541f9b.pdf DMC - a digital currency & powerful new utility coin backed by German quality craft & labour https://die-mark.io 150: Constant Dullaart & UBERMORGEN http://panke.gallery/exhibition/150 Zentrum für Netzkunst
Some pics from today's opening ⇢ 150: Constant Dullaart & UBERMORGEN, Panke.gallery | Zentrum für Netzkunst, Berlin https://die-mark.io ⇢ D-Mark COIN (DMC) - A Globally Compliant Digital Currency and powerful new utility coin backed by high-end German quality craft and labour, through Mittelstandsunternehmen & Handwerksbetriebe https://panke.gallery/exhibition/150 https://netzkunst.berlin/cc Supported by Hauptstadt Kultur Fond 📷 Alexia Manzano 150 takes up the nightmarish idea of the Proclamation of the German Empire, corresponding with current Alt-Right manifestations enabled by Crypto Bro Libertarianism. In commemoration of said “150 years Germany,” a polemic anticipatory “D-Mark COIN-White Paper” will be released, along with two installations that address cybernetic issues and artistically investigate informational processes in both social and technological space. With his DullBrown™ project – https://dullbrown.com – Constant Dullaart distilled the dullest, most average color from the widest reference data set of photography for machine learning (ImageNet). Being broken down to the hundredths RGB (red, green, blue) value, the color is factually never shown in its true mathematical precision. The averaging of unique identifiers, streamlined by machine learning, unifies the understanding of visual concepts, and draws a clear analogy to this political symbolic color. Rendering DullBrown™ is a technical warning against the averaging of human culture by outsourced, AI decision making. The futile translation of the digital, screen based color to a physical counterpart is celebrated by transforming its closest digital rendition into an empty, platonic light-object. The web project BREITBARD RED (Binary Primitivism) – https://breitbart.red – by the artist duo UBERMORGEN works as a perfidious installation at panke.gallery. The website and physical installation refers to new transcendental levels of self-improvement, tech-supremacy, and esoteric branding. BREITBART RED tells the uncomfortable truth of networked societies having become permeated by neo-fascist and male supremacy vectors. Recommendation algorithms ascend to ever more extreme levels to affiliate users and to impose imageries and immersion on them and their search for identity. This form of radicalization triggers long lost and resting emotions and actions, a kind of activation of ‘sleeping emotions’ in our bodies, minds, and societies. "150" is the final part of the project Calculating Control - (Net)Art and Cybernetics by the Zentrum für Netzkunst.