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Linz FMR – Art in digital contexts and public spaces, March 27-30, 2019, Linz, Austria

LINZ FMR 19 – Art in digital contexts and public spaces
Donaulände, Linz, Austria

Wednesday, March 27 – Saturday, March 30, 2019
Opening: Wednesday, March 27, 5 p.m., LENTOS Freiraum

Artists: Isabella Auer (AT), Tomáš Moravec (CZ) & Matej Al-Ali (SK), Filippo Minelli (IT), Thomas Kluckner (AT), Karin Ferrari (IT), Bernhard Garnicnig (AT) & Jamie Allen (CA), Susanna Flock (AT) & Leonhard Müllner (AT), Karl Philips (BE), Clement Valla (US),
Hybris (DE) 

LINZ FMR is a format, a platform, maybe even a form of festival, that is pronounced LINZ EPHEMER. It embarks on a search for art that reflects the ephemeral character of a digital and networked present. The ever advancing digitization of the every-day implies intense overlapping and layering of familiar physical, but also finely interwoven digital spaces. In these fast paced multi-dimensional structures the last bastions of clear descriptions of medium and discipline have begun to dissipate within artistic work.

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Teatrum Botanicum, PAV, 16-18 June

Teatrum Botanicum – Emerging Talents 2017
June 16-18, 2017
Opening: Friday, June 16th, 5 PM
PAV, Via Giordano Bruno 34, Turin

Artists: Agreements to Zinedine, Enrico Ascoli, Lia Cecchin, Gaetano Cunsolo, Cleo Fariselli, Matteo Gatti, Alessio Gianardi, Paolo Inverni, La Distrazione del Fagiano, Filippo Marzocchi, Mount Fog, Giovanni Oberti, Mauro Panichella, Gianandrea Poletta, Serena Porrati, Lavinia Raccanello, Giulio Saverio Rossi, Ruben Spini, The Cool Couple.

Talks agenda: Enrico Ascoli, Atelier A, Chan, Regine Débatty, Alessandra Franetovich, Paolo Inverni, Kabul Magazine, La Distrazione del Fagiano, Leandro Pisano.

On Friday, 16th June at 5pm PAV inaugurates Teatrum Botanicum – Emerging Talents 2017, an experimental space dedicated to emerging artists involved in the natural and ecological artistic investigation unique to the contemporary art centre.

For three days, the space will be dedicated not to a conventional exhibition, but to actual events: performative practices, projections, talks and performances-lectures, DJ and live music sets free from a precise curatorial intention, but determined to reveal a conceptual nucleus ex post. The plurality of questions arising through these interventions merge in singular, broad- spectrum question. Starting from the idea that the concept of “environment” can be difficult to articulate in a univocal definition (the generic idea of environment as “that which surrounds a given element” can be variously described by multiple fields, from biology to physics, from ecology to computer science), how can we relate to it, as artists in primis? And in doing so, what could be a personal definition of the term or a wider discourse arising from the idea of environment? Continue reading