[NetBehaviour] Near-Field Communication Digital Art Biennale (#nfcdac) 4.-6. May 2018, Gol, Norway

bjørn magnhildøen noemata at gmail.com
Thu May 3 01:29:37 CEST 2018


#nfcdab Gol 2018

Near-Field Communication Digital Art Biennale
4. - 6. May 2018, Gol, Norway

PARTICIPANTS
Anon, Diego Bernaschina, Bob BrueckL, Fanny Bruno, Chih Yang Chen, Joana
Chicau,
Sarawut Chutiwongpeti, Cyborg Art Collective, Alexander Christiaan Jacobs
Dekker, Jagoda Dmochowska, Diana Galimzyanova, Silvia Gatti, Bransha
Gautier,
Emilie Gervais, Kyriaki Goni, Ben Grosser, Olga Guse, Marcus Guttenplan,
Karl
Heinz Jeron, Tibor Horvath, HYENAZ, iXtupor, Hyeseon Jeong, Kihuun Park,
Jiha
Jeon, UBERMORGEN, Ayshe Kizilçay, Kappala Kumar, Jan Robert Leegte, Julie
Libersat, Adam Love, Robert Lisek, Bjørn Magnhildøen, Amelia Marzec, Nick
Mattan, Konstantina Mavridou, Zsolt Mesterhazy, Diego Fernando Ospina Melo,
Karina Palosi, Lanny Quarles, Frère Reinert, Mario Santamaria, Maarten
Schuurman, Diego Faskner Silveira, Anthony Stephenson, Mike Wessling, Alex
Zakkas, Joubin Zargarbashi.

#nfcdab is a DIY or DIWO? digital art biennale that travels on wireless
technologies, light waves and electromagnetic fields e.g.: Wi-Fi routers, QR
codes or NFC tags to access content. the idea of the biennale is to take
advantage of the potential of near-field (mis)communication and other
sharing
technologies for making web-based digital art accessible in outdoors
settings.
it slack-keeps presence next to the frameworks of galleries and
institutions.

#nfcdab 2018 is a multi-centered, travelling biennale which will take place
in
Gol(NO), Warsaw, Wroclaw(PL), Amsterdam(NL), Valencia(ES), and possibly
Prague(CZ), Berlin (DE), Athens(GR) throughout 2018.

#nfcdab Gol is taking place from Friday 4th to Sunday 6th of May 2018. The
biennale uses public space as its platform for exhibition and events:

* PLANTER EXHIBITION of 50 works at Flekken park (map). Media: visual-,
video-,
web-, network-, essay-, performance-, installation-, descriptive-,
imaginary-,
simulated-, dissimulated-, sound-, site-specific-, land-, phenomenological-,
game-, personal satelite radio system broadcast-, spam-, chatbot-, and other
arts. The digital works are accessed through QR codes on smartphone and
tablet.

* ROAMING ACTIVITY by organizer and public consisting of an exploration of
the
wider surroundings as psychogeography, tagging, scanning, as
artist-bricoleurs
within the technological and social given.

* ALTERNATIVE MAPPING strategies of exhibition and roaming. Adding works and
findings into an essayistic, forking narrative as a sum-over-histories,
resisting the collapse of dimensionalities, empowering the virtual as human
experience.

* EXPERIMENTAL CATALOGUE AND DOCUMENTATION practice. Fictionalization,
obfuscation, and muddling of information, activating associative, lateral,
derailing storylines. a staging of events, not for common digestion all
bombyx
(written on a box of canned silk worm pupaes). there should always be the
possibility that the biennale doesn't exist. it may be a practical joke or
simply a hallucinating of arcane references found in public spaces, toilet
walls, and bricked streets.

the character of the gol biennale is low-tech and low profile, even to the
degree of being 'bricked' (unresponsive) as a strategy against the spectacle
which is technology.

#nfcdab Gol is organized by noemata in collaboration with
nfcwproject/dominik
podsiadly and browserbased.

more info, programme, and preliminary catalogue
http://noemata.net/nfcdab3/
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