net art, video, performance

Annie Abrahams

Vous êtes ICI – Mozilla Hub exposition.

25 nov – … “Vous êtes ICI“, expo sur Mozilla Hub, Arthotèque, Saint-Priest.

le curateur fait la visite guidée (mardi’s le soir)

Vous êtes ICI est une exposition qui réunit les récits interactifs de Olia Lialina et Jean Le Gac, les monochromes incarnés de Raphael Rozendaal et Yves Klein, La douceur humaine de Annie Abrahams et Djamel Tatah, Les reprises endiablées de Alexei Shulgin et Ophélie Demurger, les compositions surréalistes de Nicolas Frespech et Mimmo Rotella et les visages magiques de Seumboy Vrainom et Gaelle Loth.
Combinaisons savamment orchestrées par le curateur Valentin Godard.

Permanence : tous les mercredis de 17h à 18h.
Visite guidée : les mardis soirs à 18h30 (inscription nécessaire par mail, à l’adresse suivante : artotheque@mairie-saint-priest.fr). Je conseille !

pendant le vernissage nous avons dansé avec Demurger sur Shulgin.

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Utterings – We’re All Bats

Nov. 27 Above Rationality attunement:
https://soundcloud.com/dpsr/andanconnerdercu-utterings-remix
Makes me want to be very rational.

18h30 – 18h55 London time. Nov. 20 and 27, and Dec 4 Utterings on We’re All Bats Listening Arts Channel.

Nov. 20 and 27, and Dec 4, 19h30 – 19h55 Paris time.
Nov. 20 “New Language
Nov. 27 “Above Rationality
Dec. 04 “Transmissions

Connect at the right time to We’re All Bats Listening Arts Channel or listen to us on their FB page.

Utterings = Annie Abrahams (FR), Constança Carvalho Homem (PT), Curt Cloninger (US), Nerina Cocchi (BE), Daniel Pinheiro (PT) & Derek Piotr (US).

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The Big Kiss au festival accès)s( #20

09/10-12/12 The Big Kiss dans Melting Point*, expo Bel Ordinaire, Pau.
Curation Jean-Jacques Gay.

Et aussi: 09/10-08/11 Méthodologie / Protocole de travail, Constallations, Collectif 3G, Melting Point* la suite , expo, Médiathèque A. Labarrère, Pau.

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Distant Movements at NODE

Do you want to join us to examine what it means to «dance together» in an environment where bodies are entangled with machines?

Join us Oct 8 16h CEST for a 20 min long Distant Movements session in the frame of the Choreographic Coding Lab Online meetup organised by Naoto Hiéda for NODE20.

8/10 16h – 16h20 Paris time

Distant Movements @NODE projected in Naxos Greenhouse

Online. Open to all.

You will be guided into movement by Daniel Pinheiro, Muriel Piqué and Annie Abrahams.
We will priviledge:
an inner gaze / body awareness
slowness, in order to favor the perception of the experience
awareness of the presence of others, even if you don’t see them – the session will be recorded – an eye (the webcam) looks at you all and unites you in the interface.

You can’t do anything wrong

screencapture of the session

We will start with an activation of the body through “balancing” with the eyes open – we will close our eyes …

During the last 10 minutes only qualitative incentives:
don’t forget to breathe
your toes move too
remember flexibility

More information on the Distant Movements research project here.

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appearance | əˈpɪər(ə)ns |

26 September – 24 October 2020
APPEARANCE
Online exhibition, Upstream Gallery Amsterdam.
Curated by Josephine Bosma.

Image: Amy Alexander, What The Robot Saw (still) (2020)

Participating artists:
Addie Wagenknecht, Annie Abrahams & Daniel Pinheiro, Amy Alexander, Claudia Del & Jaume Clotet, Evelina Domnitch & Dimitry Gelfand, Knowbotiq Research, Nancy Mauro-Flude, PolakVanBekkum, Stephanie Syjuco, Valentina Gal, Winnie Soon

Online Opening, Saturday September 26th, 17.00 (CEST)
Location: http://www.upstream.gallery.

Josephine Bosma (1962) is a freelance critic and theorist working in the expanded field of art and new media. She is specialized in art and the Internet, and lectures and publishes internationally. In 2011 NAi/Institute for Network Cultures published Josephine Bosma’s book Nettitudes – Let’s Talk Net Art. 

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Temps Suspendues

Exposition Temps Suspendus
Plateforme
73 rue des Haies
75020 Paris France

Du 10 au 27 septembre 2020
Vernissage jeudi 10 septembre de 17h à 22h

Rencontre Pandémique, Annie Abrahams, son 4.50 min.

Avec Annie Abrahams, Mathieu Arfouillaud, Lucie Belarbi, Ludovic Bernhardt, Stefan Brion, Philippe Calandre, Dominique Clerc, Romain Cogitore, Mikael Dufresne, Jean-Baptiste Grangier, Emmanuelle Gibello, Fanny Gosse, Young Chan Ko, Chloé Mossessian & Henry Mittnacht, Johan Parent, TTY and Eric Vernhes

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Lockdown – Rencontre Pandémique

Photo made during the performance in the Third Space Network

August 01 2020 – 01 September 2020
LOCKDOWN
Vernissage 01/08/2020 19h.
4 Rue de Trupet,
La Trimouille, 86290 France.
L’entrée n’est pas autorisée sans masque.

A T E L I E R M E L U S I N E will reopen its doors to visitors with the exhibition LOCKDOWN. This specifically curated show features work by Carl Abrahamsson, Annie Abrahams, Annett & Annett-Parish, Nadia Perrotta and Lesly Pierrepaul. It deals with experiences connected directly to the COVID 19 pandemic; confinement in a digital age, suffocation and the salvation of breath and breathing, the reality of suffering from poor political leadership during a crisis and the mystical elements around illness and hypoxemia.

Une fois la porte fermée, on est confronté au bruit troublant d’une personne qui s’efforce de respirer et à un rythme cardiaque rythmé mais déformé… Inutile de dire que ce n’est pas un espace confortable. …
… Ici, dans cette galerie, le processus normalement inconscient de la respiration est soudain au premier plan, au centre et urgent dans sa “nullité” râpeuse.
Review by Elizabeth Stewart.

Dans Rencontre Pandémique, son, 4.50 min, Annie Abrahams a mélangé ses respirations avec des battements de coeur déformés générés par ordinateur. Le fichier sonore a été utilisé le 23 mai 2020 dans Pandemic Encounters, une installation de performance en réseau de Paul Sermon en collaboration avec Randall Packer, Gregory Kuhn, le Third Space Network et les conférences de Leonardo Laser.

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(Un)Distance ELOrlando

logo (un)distance

An ELOrlando 2020: Virtual Edition Panel.
Friday July 17, 1pm EDT, 19h Paris time.

A videorecording of the event here.
Log file of the zoom chat here.

You can download the framapad as a .pdf – saved on July 17 21H Paris time.

What does it mean to be together apart? How can we create and share ideas from an (un)distance?
In this experimental panel we will explore the topic “(un)distance” as a way to b(e/r)ing us together and to share ideas over various (di)stances and (di)scourses. We will center around  long-distance writing practices, and will self-reflexively discuss how effective on-line community discussion works.

You could have participated watching the video conference while at the same time joining in a collaborative reariting on a framapad.
If you click on the clock icon topright in the framapad you can see a cinamatographic image of the reawriting – a historique dynamique.

The framapad is a site for your thoughts and longer discussions, for questioning/commenting/digressing/feeding and disturbing the (un)distance elo panel before, during and after its effectuation.

two snapshots of the reariting in framapad

The panel will be moderated by Annie Abrahams and Anna Nacher on zoom, Deena Larsen and Johannah Rodgers in the framapad.
The panel participants are Eugenio Tisselli, Kirill Azernyy, Renee Carmichael, and Roderick Coover.

more about the panelists:

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utterings – Network Music Festival

July 15, 20h Paris time.
Utterings, second in line for the opening concert of
Network Music Festival.
“Sound without borders.” Online 15-18th July 2020.
We will be live here: http://live.networkmusicfestival.org/

Exploring innovative digital music, art and research which investigates the impact of networking technology on musical creation and performance practice, Network Music Festival presents cutting edge musical performances, workshops and discussions.

Features a diverse array of music including browser-based performance platforms, video-conferencing collaboration, live coding, live scores, laptop ensembles, networked physical devices, AI bots, VR environments, mobile apps and much, much more. The performers span the globe and are based in more than 24 countries. Programme.

NMF looks to support artists and audiences alike. All the concerts will be free to view, but donations on a Pay What You Can principle are accepted. All donations will go directly to artists.

Utterings is a networked performance and research group composed of Annie Abrahams (FR), Daniel Pinheiro (PT), Constança Carvalho Homem (PT), Curt Cloninger (US), Nerina Cocchi (BE) and Derek Piotr (US).

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Open Publishing Fest – reariting

On Wednesday Mai 27th 21h Paris time (CEST) the group Constallationss* proposes a Reariting** session during the Open Publishing Fest***  (OPF May 18-29)
The session will last 90 min and takes a text related to the book Thought in the Act by Erin Manning and Brian Massumi as its starting point.

If you want to rearite with us on the 27th, please write to Annie bram.org@gmail.com or Alix alixdesaubliaux@gmail.com to reserve your place.
Info : https://constallationss.hotglue.me/?OPF

reariting a method to think together

The session will start with a 10 min long explanation and attunement on zoom.
Then the participants will go to a collective writing pad where they will find a link to the selected text that they start reading individually. On the pad they write their notes, reflexions, questions, digressions – the ones through the others – and react to those of the others.
After one hour of reariting we will shortly reconnect in zoom to discuss the process.

this is not about producing a text together, but about using reariting as a technique to think through a text together.

*Constallationss is an online art / research group started in 2018 by Annie Abrahams, Alix Desaubliaux and Pascale Barret. In 2020 Alice Lenay, Carin Klonowski and Gwendoline Samidoust joined. The group uses the internet, challenges and surprises as tools for what Annie called contemporary net art, Pascale a non-binary inclusive laboratory, and Alix performative and collaborative explorations. Their methodology: constallations.hotglue.me/?methodologie

**Reariting manifests itself as a facilitator for a diffractive, distributed intelligence on-the-fly, creating text and relational patterns that do not depend on canons. It generates creative and unexpected “outcomes”. These are, in my opinion, not so much the texts produced, as the “diffractive moments” experienced by the reariters.
( https://aabrahams.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/diffractive-1.pdf )

***Open Publishing Fest is a decentralized public event that brings together communities supporting open source software, open content, and open publishing models. Held over two weeks in May, Open Publishing Fest will feature discussions, demos, and performances that showcase our paths toward a more open world.

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