[NetBehaviour] book pre-launch - Planetary Atoll: Connecting Latin American Dots - Berlin, 29 Nov

Gabriel Menotti gabriel.menotti at gmail.com
Tue Nov 28 09:05:24 CET 2023


Dear all:

In 2022, panke.gallery <https://www.instagram.com/panke.gallery/> and the
Zentrum Für Netzkunst presented the curatorial program Planetary Atoll:
Connecting Latin American Dots. As a follow-up, they are launching a book
with guest authors reflecting on the internet, culture, and art in the
context of the Global South.

Join us this Wednesday, November 29, 19:00 for a pre-book launch and talk
with author Gabriel Menotti, and Berlin-based art, film and media scholar
and curator Cornelia Lund. They will discuss the intersection of internet
art, Latin America, and Germany, as well as the broader themes of the
exhibition, such as the gap between the local and the global and the role
of the internet in shaping contemporary culture.

The evening will be hosted by Berlin-based Brazilian DJ Jorge Kuriri, and
will conclude with a DJ set.

At /rosa: Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 35, 10178 Berlin
Wednesday, 29 November 2023, 19:00 – 22:00

Gabriel Menotti is Associate Professor at the Film and Media Department of
Queen’s University and independent curator. His work on media technology
has been published and presented worldwide. Menotti is currently working on
the anthology "Unlikely Traditions: Documents, Inventories, and Reports
from Brazilian Media Arts, 1950-2000" (co-edited w/ German Nunez,
forthcoming 2024).

Dr Cornelia Lund is an art, film and media scholar and curator living in
Berlin. She has worked for years in research and teaching, mainly on
audiovisual artistic practices, documentary film and practices, design
theory, and de- and postcolonial theories (including at HU Berlin,
University of Hamburg, PUC São Paulo). Since 2004, she has been
co-director of fluctuating images, an independent platform for media art
and design (fluctuating-images.de).

This activity is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts and
fluctuating images.
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