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October 9, 2021 | Impact Art AT Showcase: In Search of Truth

October 9, 2021 from 10 AM PDT / 7 PM CEST

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Join us for presentations by seven Bay Area-based artists participating in Impact Art AT, a month-long, online creative exchange that utilizes community-driven digital and new media art projects to explore and address the social challenge, “In Search of Truth.”

Each presentation will be followed by feedback from panelists Vanessa Chang, Rashin Fahandej, and Dasha Ortenberg.

Over the past month, participating artists worked with Patrícia J. Reis to unravel and augment the way we perceive truth using feminist hacking strategies as a methodological entry point. This perspective revealed how social change is a result of the human desire to pursue the so-called “truth.”

The diverse works in this showcase are works-in-progress, statements, and essays on how truth is perceived differently within distinct contexts and points of view. A common theme that arises is the wish to unravel the truth in solidarity and by enveloping otherness — whether that is through the self-other or collective-other.

The new media forms embedded in the diverse artistic projects were selected intentionally by the artists, with deep community-driven awareness, recognizing the impact of the proliferation of technology on human and non-human lives and bodies.

Participating artists: Stephanie Andrews, Jenny E. Balisle, Sharmi Basu, Erik Contreras, Marlys Mandaville, Avital Meshi, and Parul Wadhwa.

Read more about Impact Art AT: https://zero1.org/programs/international-exchange/impact-art-at

Triptych of participating artists in action at documentation day for Impact Art AT.
Participating artists in action at documentation day for Impact Art AT.
Impact Art AT (2021) is a public diplomacy initiative designed and implemented by ZERO1 and the Open Austria Art + Tech Lab, funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, Civil Service and Sport, and produced in partnership with Ars Electronica.

July 15, 2021 from 12 PM PDT / 9 PM EET

Join the event via Zoom webinar (https://zoom.us/j/96290476483) or Facebook Live (https://www.facebook.com/events/532484254766198).

The Zoom webinar will have simultaneous English <> Arabic interpretation. The event is open to the public and free of charge.

Recto & Verso showcases works-in-progress created during Creative Impact Lab Cairo’s workshop and project development intensive. Creative Impact Lab Cairo is a five-week online creative exchange convened with 18 Egypt-based artists and led by interdisciplinary artist Katherine Behar.

The diverse works in the exhibition collectively express the multifaceted complexities of women’s empowerment in Egypt. “Recto and verso” is a Latin phrase used by book designers to indicate the front and back sides of a page. In the “old media” pages of a book, the physical form of the paper page ensures that there is always another side. So too, in the digital artworks in this exhibition, new media forms ensure the structural impossibility of reductivist thinking—such as the notion of a single universal value system that would yield an easy resolution to these complex cultural issues. Instead, these works dwell in the complexities, demonstrating that there is always another side to the story.

Recto & Verso features new media art works-in-progress by Rawan Abbas, Youssef Abdelmaged, Doha Aboelezz, Amany Adel, Habiba Afifi, Basma Ahmed, Ahmad Aiuby, Ramah Aleryan, Sara El-Barkouky, Esraa Elfeky, Fatma El Zahraa, Ahmed Fouadeldin, Fatma Heiba, Mariam Ibrahim, Dina Jereidini, Yara Mekawei, Agnes Michalczyk, and Zeina Raafat.

Creative Impact Lab Cairo (2021) is a ZERO1 international exchange supported by U.S. Embassy Cairo and hosted by Medrar. Outreach support is provided by Out of the CircleD2D Art, and Cairotronica.

June 16, 2021 from 10 AM PDT

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Join us this Thursday for a public talk by Katherine Behar, lead artist for Creative Impact Lab Cairo. Katherine is an interdisciplinary artist who studies gender and labor in contemporary digital culture. Her books include Object-Oriented FeminismBigger than You: Big Data and Obesity, and And Another Thing: Nonanthropocentrism and Art. She is Associate Professor of New Media Arts at Baruch College and CUNY Graduate Center.

This talk is the kick-off event for Creative Impact Lab Cairo, a five-week online creative exchange that utilizes community-driven digital and new media art projects to address women’s empowerment.

Read Katherine's blog post, "Looking Forward and "Backing Up," for insights on her creative approach and vision for the Lab.

Creative Impact Lab Cairo (2021) is a ZERO1 international exchange supported by U.S. Embassy Cairo and hosted by Medrar. Outreach support is provided by Out of the CircleD2D Art, and Cairotronica.

 

Process of historical monument being analyzed

 

Details on how to experience the self-guided, augmented reality walking tour will be published on March 31, 2021.

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Experience 8 site-specific augmented reality interventions at the Music Concourse in Golden Gate Park by artists participating in ZERO1’s creative lab, Marble and Media: Digital Activations of Public Memory.

Responding to the racial justice uprisings of 2020 and the rapidly evolving discourse surrounding monuments in America, participating artists in the lab researched and developed creative responses to monuments in San Francisco’s Civic Art Collection.

Don't miss the virtual unveiling event on March 26, where lead artists will share their approach to facilitating the lab, followed by presentations of new AR interventions by each participating artist. The floor will then be opened up for Q&A with the audience.

Lead artists:

Cheyenne Concepcion
Camila Magrane

Participating artists:

Paola de la Calle
Jeff Enlow
Caleb Lightfoot
Hena Muttreja
Kim Nucci
Mae Ross
Hannah Scott
CJ Spears

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Marble and Media: Digital Activations of Public Memory is a ZERO1 creative laboratory co-led by artists Cheyenne Concepcion and Camila Magrane in collaboration with New Monuments Taskforce and emerging artists from across the Bay Area. Marble and Media Unveiling is co-presented by ZERO1 and Gray Area.

March 26, 2021 from 6-8 PM PDT

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Join us for the virtual unveiling of 8 site-specific augmented reality interventions by artists participating in ZERO1’s creative lab, Marble and Media: Digital Activations of Public Memory.

Responding to the racial justice uprisings of 2020 and the rapidly evolving discourse surrounding monuments in America, participating artists in the lab researched and developed creative responses to monuments in San Francisco’s Civic Art Collection at the Golden Gate Park Music Concourse.

Lead artists will share their approach to facilitating the lab, followed by presentations of new AR interventions by each participating artist. The floor will then be opened up for Q&A with the audience.

Marble and Media: Digital Activations of Public Memory is a ZERO1 creative laboratory co-led by artists Cheyenne Concepcion and Camila Magrane in collaboration with New Monuments Taskforce and emerging artists from across the Bay Area. Marble and Media Unveiling is co-presented by ZERO1 and Gray Area.

Lead artists:

Cheyenne Concepcion
Camila Magrane

Participating artists:

Paola de la Calle
Jeff Enlow
Caleb Lightfoot
Hena Muttreja
Kim Nucci
Mae Ross
Hannah Scott
CJ Spears

READ FULL ARTIST BIOS >>

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