Konstantin Korchuk & Tatiana Hahn
Konstantin explores themes of alienation and loss of identity. Orphaned images and corporate graphics pulled from their original context and sewn back together in a digital collage. Anonymous images and humanless portraits weave a picture of fractured personality in a digital world.
Tatiana makes scanograms. From flowers and other organic materials, she builds new dimensions. Flowers drift on rivers, lakes, seas, horizons of digital data flow, taking on existence of distorted aquarelle dreaming landscapes… their existing shapes liquified by flow of information. Use of a different medium takes them on an adventure of every pixel people share.
Saturday, March 3, 7 pm:
Opening Reception, with an Artist Talk, and a concert by Diego Morelli & Andrea Cadamuro.
Saturday, March 17, 4 pm:
Talk “A Millennial Chatbot’s Prayer: Creating a Digital Democracy Safe for Human Consumption” William Kehrbek, and additional talk by Angel Callander.
Saturday, March 24, 4 pm:
Online You / Gamified workshop on privacy. Hosted by Luca Lombardo & João Azuaga.
Saturday, March 31, 7 pm:
Finissage & concert by Kristof Hahn.
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