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a’21: Inaccessible Present 4.0 _New Media Society
16.April 2021 16:30 - 18:30
►a'21: Inaccessible Present 4.0 _New Media Society
Audience will be able to see how a public artwork is being produced in the collective.
:: ABOUT THIS EVENT (EN/AR) ::
The seemingly irreversible changes which have occurred since the emergence of the pandemic also manifest themselves via dramatic transformations: a highly polarised and stigmatised ONLINE version of the world being fed to each & every one of the “former” world citizens, web wanderers, and newcomers who are forces to learn/do every little aspect of life via virtual communications, while many are pushed to peripheries and darker areas and not everyone affords to stay connected. The digital divide didn’t start yesterday neither the inequalities caused by limiting access, a peculiar subversion & distortions which owe their existence to the speed & technological void on one hand and manipulation of the public mind. Present Tense tries to shed light on a generation that is difficult to define, thus often harshly targeted internationally; A generation who seeks to present and execute their independence to experiment in significant ways, while preserving the right to be invisible.
► Event will be streamed live via Instagram
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Yas Nik Khoshgrudi
* This event is part of Oyoun's a’21 Festival - Post Digital Ignorance x Techno Utopia aiming to challenge the status quo while centring perspectives on non-human life, queer ecology, decolonising knowledge, forced displacement, and more.The project was financed by Berlin’s Hauptstadtkulturfonds.
Produced by: Oyoun in collaboration with amberPlatform
Curatorial Team: Amirali Ghasemi, Ali Cem Doğan, Cenkhan Aksoy, Christoph Wachter, Ebru Yetişkin, Ekmel Ertan, Hamza Chamas, Mathias Jud, Milad Forouzandeh, Mohsen Hazrat, Nina Martin, Rajaa Shamam, Youssef El Idrissi Participants include: Eda Sütunç, Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Mary Maggic, Rachel Uwa, Renata Salecl, Seloua Luste Boulbina, Pelin Tan, Yara Mekawei, and many more. Funded by: Capital Cultural Fund
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