Speed Show Beijing

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Nov 7, 2015, 2 – 6pm,
网吧 Internet Cafe Dongsibei Dajie 74
网吧东四北大街 74, Beijing

Astrid Myntekær, Anna Viktoria Eschbach and Antonie Angerer are inviting you to a day with net-art at a local Netcafe Wangba
in Beijing, China.

The SPEED SHOW format:

Hit an Internet-cafe, rent all computers they have and run a show on them for one day only.

Speed-show is a concept conceived by the artist Aram Bartholl in 2010 and the show in Beijing will be part of a larger number of exhibitions, which have taken place globally for the past five years. http://speedshow.net

As an art form, making works for the Internet is a practice dating back to the early 1990´s. Making art for internet-browsers has meant the aesthetics of the works created have drastically changed over recent years. True to the genre we are showing art works at a local net-cafe outside of conventional art spaces.

The show will feature online works, videos, gifs, performance and live pieces from:

Ai Weiweiwei // Olafur Eliasson // Michael Bodenmann // Jiajia Zhang // Barbara Signer // Michelle Proksell // Netizen.net // Hannah Heilmann // Lillemon // Ida Kvetny // Min Liu // Martin Kohout // Shuang // Bing Bin // Jerome Araki // Astrid Myntekær // Quangquan // Hangfeng // Michiel Hilbrink // Sandra Vaka Olson // Kristoffer Ørum // Daniel Stempfer // Andrew de Freitas // Abby Lee Sarver // Katy Roseland // Katrin Hornek // Lin Ke // Xiao Ding // Kyle Skor, Chen Xi // Malwina Migacz // Frank Kai // Ren Lun // He Yu // Sun Xiaoxing // Han Xu//Xiaoshi Vivian Vivian Qin

Astrid Myntekær, Anna Viktoria Eschbach和Antonie Angerer共同邀请您一起到北京地道的网吧里进行一次艺术行为。

演出形式:

包下一家网吧里的所有机器,进行一次一整天的演出。
Speed-Show是一个由艺术家Aram Bartholl在2010年构思出的的一个概念,在北京的这场演出将会成为这个在过去五年当中数量众多的演出中的其中一次。http://speedshow.net

作为一种艺术形式,用互联网来进行检测实际上可以追溯到上个世纪90年代。

用浏览器来做艺术时代表的美学概念在过去的几年中已经有了翻天覆地的变化。

所以,在网吧里展现艺术作品是一种跳出传统艺术空间展示的新形式。

展出时,以下的名单中的人将会贡献出他们的视频,GIF,行为或现场表演:

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DOCUMENTATION
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It was a fun event. Many different artist from all over the world and many people rediscovering Internet Cafe. It was quite a challenge to do this show in China, since you have to register one computer each with one passport, therefore even before the show started we were organizing a crowd of people registering a computer to each.

In the end it was super nice to actually have these works -often decontextualized in huge commercial galleries in China- in an environment, that in an age where internet is mostly carried around still questions the way of exhibiting new media and web based art.

Antonie and Anna
I: project space
www.yi-projectspace.org

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