[NetBehaviour] Plásmata: Bodies Re-imagined online conversations
Irini at futureeverything.org
Fri Jun 24 14:48:22 CEST 2022
I hope you are well.
I wanted to share a series of online conversations coming up on Sunday 26th and Monday 27th June (4-6.30pm BST / 6-8.30pm EEST) in the context of our outdoor exhibition Plásmata: Bodies, Deams and Data<https://www.onassis.org/whats-on/plasmata>, which is currently on display at Pedion tou Areos park in Athens, commissioned by Onassis Stegi.
The conversations programme, Plásmata: Bodies Re-imagined, will bring together artists, scholars and researchers to discuss what kind of bodies we are creating through technologies and technological worlds; bodies that are unequal, invisible, absent, controlled or defined by binaries. How are artists reinventing bodies and subvert online worlds? What kind of bodies are we envisioning, creating and engineering? Can new human manifestations - organic and machinic, human and non-human, integrated in nature, help us rethink humanness and envision multiple perspectives and equity across all forms of life?
Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Caroline Sinders, Ekene Ijeoma, Keiken, Lucy Sollitt, Dora Bartilotti, Mary Maggic, Ani Liu, Helen Kaplinsky, Piritta Puhto, Saša Spačal and Ariane Koek.
The full programme and free registration link can be found on:
If you happen to be in Athens, the exhibition will be on until the 10th July.
Irini Mirena Papadimitriou (she/her)
Creative Director | FutureEverything
twitter: @futureverything @irini_mirena | web: http://futureeverything.org<http://futureeverything.org/>
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