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The programme consists of a series of activities dealing with issues related or reflecting on the above theories, creating a dialogue between the different disciplines, artists and the audience. Our main objectives of the proposed program are interactions, engagements and collaborations, all of which are incorporated throughout the activities and projects.
Each show, together with showcasing of works, promotes an educational process with (1) a hands-on experience (either one-off activities or more in-depth series’ of workshops and meetings), (2) a series of talks investigating certain topics related to the mediums, and (3) a digital platform allowing those online to participate and take part in the activities.
We are dedicated to develop co-operations and partnerships with various individuals and organisations, in the goal to add even more layers and content to our program and events, and directing the debate to more channels and mediums.
The programme is divided into four main activities taking place with-in the gallery space: (1) Solo and Group Exhibitions; (2) Residency; (3) Cultural Events; and (4) printed and digital bimonthly publication.
Choy Ka Fai, Singapore/UK (Jan - Feb, 2014)
Choy Ka Fai (Ka5) will present his final piece of the trilogy ‘Prospectus for a Future Body’, a project he has been working on in recent years. The third phase, ‘The Choreography of Things' brings his research back to its performative aspects and analyzes our understanding of the medium using technology, digital processes and scientific research.
Ka5’s project is formed as an open gallery residency and a solo exhibition. In the residency, Ka5 will present parts of his previous work together with an open lab where he will develop his project. In the second phase, we will hold a solo exhibition of the work done at the residency and since.
Fabio lattanzi Antinori, IT/UK (Feb – March, 2014)
Antinori uses digital data and algorithms to express social and political conflicts and have recently graduated from Master in Fine Arts, Computational Studio Technologies in Goldsmith University.
Antinori will also have an gallery residency where he will present and develop a project called ‘The Oracle’, which uses algorithms analyzing different financial news information underlining the connections between capital, God and rituals.
The project will begin with one week of collaboration work and research between himself and Ka5, where the two will be sharing the gallery space.