The Proof is in the Processor
Join us January 16th at the City Foundry for a night of performance, installation and hyper- realized conversations.
To engage actively & technologically & artistically & publicly & privately in the inquiry of what is gained and lost through new technologies.
How do we receive and give information?How does technology affect us and how we feel/think/connect?How do we engage with the information we have access to and the technology that allows us that access?What new languages are we learning and what languages are we losing?Who holds the access to the new language of the intraweb? Is it truly democratized, horizontal & free or is it controlled by established limbs of an old power structure?Are we more or less connected by the web of social media?How does the accessibility of information free us or limit us?While the speed of information we receive through technology is growing exponentially, is our capacity to match it (physically/spiritually/emotionally) growing as rapidly?How are our minds changing to meet that speed?
These are the Big questions. Ones we are all asking. Either actively or indirectly through new media and mediums. Come engage their asking with us.
With performance lectures by Dhira Rauch & Niki Selken
Interactive dance from Suiso-maho Ogawa & John Jannone
Exhibition by Digital Devotion's Nadine Razzouk
Interactive installation by RendrGram
Analog Web and space design from Julia Meeks
January 16th at 8p
Industry City Distillery (View)
33 35th Street, 6th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11232
|Dog Friendly: No
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!