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BishopZ on Wed, 13 Mar 2013 21:30:42 +0100 (CET)

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<nettime-ann> (áÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌÌlitch) Art Genealogies- Opening- Saturday 16.03.2013 â 20.00- LEAP, Berlin



Opening: Â ÂSaturday 16. March 2013, 20.00

Exhibition:Â19.03.-23.03., 14:00-20:00 Tue-Sat

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with works by

Kim Asendorf, ÂNick BrizÂjonCatesKevin Carey, Bill Etra by Anton Marini, ÂEmilio GomarizJodiNick Kegeyan, ÂAlex Myers,ÂPhil Morton, ÂRosa Menkman, ÂA Bill Miller, ÂBrenna Murphy, Âno_carrier, ÂnoteNdo, ÂJulian Oliver, ÂSabrina RattÃ, Âjon.satrom, ÂRick Silva, ÂMiyà Van Stenis

Genealogy is the study of lines of descent and origin; the development of families and the tracing of their lineages and history. (glitch) Art however, does not exist as a linear history or as some kind of glitch continuum. Following Foucault, the aim of a genealogy here is not to analyse a subjects history from a singular perspective or to try to form a narrative where one event impacts on the next, but to recognise the complexities and processes of its many affiliated histories.

(glitch) Art does not follow this traditional forking family tree-form. Rather there are many, parallel, interconnected non-linear, fragmented and overlapping histories which impact each other in many directions. This (glitch) genealogy does not focus on Glitch Art from as singular viewpoint, nor does it attempt to give some all encompassing overview. The exhibition instead focuses on the different threads that interconnect generations of the different communities of visual (glitch) artists and their working methods, conceptual themes and problematics.

(glitch) Genealogies fragments Glitch history into multiple (historical) categories, such as âNES-Aestheticsâ, âGUI Politicsâ, âliteracyâ, âAuthorshipâ and â3D glitch Realityâ.

In discussing the issue of Glitch genealogies our aim is not to create a historical review or (re)create a âtotalâ archive or inclusive overview, we look at these genealogies with the aim of understanding Glitch Art in the present.

Curated by Kim Asendorf, Daniel Franke, John McKiernan and Rosa Menkman


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