24h Hybrid Showcase
With works by Jafar Hejazi, Jere Inkongio, Masha Patsyuk, Camila Galaz, Cocompi, Sandra Suubi, Hara Shin, Vishal Kumaraswamy, Anne Fehres, Luke Conroy, Farzad Golghasemi, Gabriela Valdespino & Parizad D
Tender Absence is a global class for digital performance. The goal of Tender Absence is to build a network of artists and establish sustainable structures for international collaboration. In February 2023, Tender Absence invited 13 artists from Peru, Tasmania, Chile, USA, Venezuela, Iran, Germany, Russia, Belgium, Uganda, Nigeria and India to work and think together about »Glocality« in their very own time-zone. The »Glocal Class« focused on working with local realities and environments while using the digital space as a platform to display artistic experiments. Each artist organized a workshop for the group, following these questions: How can we produce beyond streams and zoom meetings? Who are the people we are addressing on the internet? How can we convey our local realities globally without exploiting them?
The outcomes of the Glocal Class is presented in a 24-hour public digital showcase. In this collaborative hybrid exhibition, the artists present their work, give lectures and invite the audience to move around in the »Tender World« with their own avatar. The digital exhibition room opens from Sat 18.3. 3pm until Sun 19.3. 4pm.
16:00 — Hybrid (Online & Hub @Schwankhalle)
Introduction, presentation of the program and the artists (30 Min)
16:30 — Hybrid (Online & Hub @Schwankhalle)
A live-talkshow with two guests in different cities, that are walking in their neighborhood and talk about their work. (30 Min)
17:00 & 18:00 — Online
Interactive performance for up to 5 people (15 Min each). Limited accessibility: If you want to make sure to get a seat, book at: https://ta.peira.space/booking/booking.php?id=58
17:00 & 19:30 — Online
The festival team talks about the project background, the presented projects and some hidden rooms.
17:30 — Online
Lecture: Bani Brusadin
Curator, educator and researcher Bani Brusadin (The Influencers festival, Transmediale 2023) will discuss the politics of technology, digital cultures, and the utopias and dystopias of a networked planet, with a special focus on the limitations and possibilities of art and creative research. (45 min)
19:00 — Online
Lecture/ Discussion: Camila Galaz, Luke Conroy und Anne Fehres
The discussion will consider the possibilities of experimentation of digital intimacy and glocality through playful on-and-offline gatherings with artists from around the world. (30 Min)
20:00 — Hybrid (Online & Hub @Schwankhalle)
Farzad Golghasemi & Gabriela Valdespino
»as everything repeats and doubles itself, the ground moves under the feet«
20:30 — Online
Live DJ Set: Jere Ikongio
Participant of the residence, Jere will bring some Nigerian electronical music to dance all connected, everybody in their own dance floor.
Exhibition of the projects from the residency. You can access them individually or in guided tours (see program above).
Film: Parizad D.
An experimental film created in a virtual world investigating themes of isolation, the relationship between human emotion and artificial intelligence and movement through digital space.
Virtual installation + Video Art
Interactive online sculpture exploring several themes around social justice, how Africa is being used as an anthropological site, the contemporary and historical narratives of dumping sites through a critical lense on the institution of marriage.
Installation: Hara Shin, Jafar Hejazi und Masha Patsyuk
A Drift and communication within and beyond digital and physical borders. .
Interactive Installation: Tantdile Experimenta Lab – Hyperfiction Story
A non-linear reading experience of a text
Jafar Hejazi, Jere Inkongio, Masha Patsyuk, Camila Galaz, Cocompi, Sandra Suubi, Hara Shin, Vishal Kumaraswamy, Anne Fehres, Luke Conroy, Farzad Golghasemi, Gabriela Valdespino, Parizad D
Design and programming digital spaces
Dagmar Schürrer and Judith Weber
Sarah Fartuun Heinze, Arne Vogelsang, Gloria Schulz, Jan-Philipp Possmann and Aïsha Konaté
Supported by the Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media within the framework of NEUSTART KULTUR, and with funds from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). This project is funded as part of the Union‘s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.