East Wing presents Surveillance.02
, an exhibition of interdisciplinary artists whose practices incorporate camera, satellite, and drone to question corporate and state surveillance, and energy production. Fueled by curiosity, anger, and humor, these nervy artists are exploring wide-ranging methods and effects of surveillance, and remixing their findings as commentary. In particular, they are grappling with the human side of the global war on terror, exposing humanity’s permanent wounding of the environment, and engaging with state systems of power and control. At the center of the tensions and anxieties they pursue are the major tangles of convenience & privacy, individual & type, freedom & security.The exhibition includes the premiere of a new audiovisual work by UK Artist Edmund Clark, "Dulce et Decorum Est: Virtue Unmann'd' developed in collaboration with Monica Alcazar- Duarte. and a special screening of Stéphane Degoutin and Gwenola Wagon's 'World Brain'
, a full-length film that operates as a hybrid of documentary, fiction, and how-to guide by assembling elements of science and folklore. Among the many subjects investigated are: data farms, the collective intelligence of kittens, high-frequency trading, and the law of the jungle according to Wikipedia. Special Screening on Tuesday 24 March at 19:00 (admission free - seating limited to book email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
The presenting artists are:Massimo Berruti – Hidden WoundsAdam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin – Shtik Fleisch Mit Tzvei EigenEdmund Clark - 'Dulce et Decorum Est: Virtue Unmann'd'.- PREMIERETomas van Houtryve – Blue Sky Days (2015 World Press Photography Award honouree)Yann Mingard - DepositJenny Odell - Land MarksStéphane Degoutin and Gwenola Wagon
- World Brain (Special Screening 24 March)
Tomas Van Houtryve - World Press Award Winner and his project Blue Sky Days.Exhibition curated by Liza Faktor and Anna Van LentenA gallery talk with the two curators takes place on Saturday 14 March at 14:00
Running until 30 April 2015