Open Scenarios for Non-Trivial Pursuits: Hyperconnected

26/05/2016 | 14:00 - 18:00 | University of Applied Arts: Malerei  | €5  | Reserve ticket  | Facebook event
Karin Ferrari. Hyperconnected (The Whole Picture)
In 'Open Scenarios for Non-Trivial Pursuits', the publishing collective continent. assembles a program of experimental and experiential, erkenntnis-oriented encounters where people driven by a curiosity of friendship and scholarship support each other in their matters of concern – fully human, personally and professionally in open scenarios for non-trivial pursuits.

The second day of Open Scenarios for Non-Trivial Pursuits, ‘Hyperconnected’ features a guided visit to ‘Hyperconnected: The Whole Picture’ at Palais des Beaux Arts Wien followed by a Systemic Structure Seance (Applied Demonology Method) with Karin Ferrari at the Angewandte Malerei.

The visual encodings marking the digital interface might be possessed with a subversive symbolic potential. The symbolic dimension of the digital interface desires to be recognized and examined, which will also unleash its magical transformative power. Is the wireless icon the antidotal counterpart to the all-seeing eye? Or are we simply already entangled in the ever present surplus of symbolic meaning?

In ‘Hyperconnected (The Whole Picture)’, Karin Ferrari introduces a speculative chart mapping the flux of meanings between a cluster of icons related to the web. By appropriating and re-envisioning mimetic signs and their syntactical relations, new technicoloured virtual possibilities emerge from the ominous undercurrents that flow through planetary telecommunication networks and archaic power structures. Next time you touch a WiFi symbol, a different kind of connection might be established.

The program takes has a limited capacity so please register on eventbrite.


 
 
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