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Annie Abrahams

ELO 2021 Utterings

Utterings Performance: Supra Semiotics. 30 min.
May 25th 2021 20h Paris time. Zoom link:
Attunement: https://jaapblonk.bandcamp.com/album/antonin-artaud-by-jaap-blonk

Utterings Panel: Toward a Supra-Semiotic Telepresent Communication.
May 26th 2021 14h30 Paris time. Zoom link:
Members of our group will collectively discuss what we have pragmatically learned and experienced in our performance research thus far. During the panel we make a writing pad available, where the audience can collectively read and write their thoughts on utterings as a communication form. Utterings will join and continue the discussion on the writing pad in the last part of the panel.

Utterings is a networked performance and research group whose members gather online and, while blindfolded, engage in utterings as communication. We want to create an on the fly “new” language, that forwards attention, trust and feelings, above rationality. Put another way, we seek to develop a shared, experiential, supra-semiotic form of communication based on our ongoing performance history with each other. Michael Bakhtin’s concept of the “utterance event” as a node of intersection between lived, present-tense communication and atemporal, semiotic meaning has informed our research. Over the past year, we have enacted eight performances online “at” festivals “in” Nantes (France), Birmingham (UK), Linz (Austria), and London (UK).

Info and updates: https://utterings.hotglue.me/?elo

Utterings | Breathing. COVID E-lit exhibition. May 1st 2021 Opening.

ELO 2021 Conference and Festival: Platform (Post?) Pandemic
Workshops: 24-25 May, main conference 26-28 May 2021.

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Documenting Digital Art

On March 26, 17h30 – 18h00, we will present BEFORE THE FIRST, a brief glimpse of the diversity of online performance created before 2020, at the Transformation Digital Art 2021 symposium organised by LIMA, Amsterdam.

The Transformation Digital Art symposium is designed as an opportunity to share best practices concerning both artist-led and institutional strategies geared towards the future presentation of born-digital and software-based art. This year the focus of the symposium will be on Documenting Digital Art.

Programme of the symposium:
DAY 1: Wednesday, March 24, 17h30 – 21h30 CET
Workshop 1: Workshop Documentation Digital Art with HEK 18h00-19h30 CET
DAY 2: Thursday, March 25, 17h30 – 21h30 CET
Workshop 2: Workshop Documentation Digital Art with Centre Pompidou 18h00-19h30 CET
DAY 3: Friday, March 26, 17h00 – 19h30 CET
Workshop 3: Workshop Documentation Digital Art with SFMoma 18h00-19h30 CET
For the fully detailed programme visit bit.ly/LIMATDA2021
TICKETS bit.ly/ticketsTDA2021

March 26, 17h30 – 18h00: Discussion with Annie Abrahams (Artist) and Helen Varley Jamieson (artist)
Before the First is a response to the many claims of online “firsts” in 2020. Annie Abrahams, Helen Varley Jamieson and Suzon Fuks aim to draw attention to the long and rich history of online performance, which stretches back to the earliest days of the internet. For some of the artists in Before the first, the performance shown was not their very first online performance. Many early works were never documented, or for other reasons later works have been used. Before the First is a brief glimpse of the diversity of online performance created before 2020. The video is only a very tiny sample of this field of creative work; it is a snapshot and provocation to further exploration of the field, rather than an historical record.

You can watch the recording of our presentation on youtube.

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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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#PEAE published in ebr

It touches on my inability, unwillingness to categorize my work and where that leads.

Published: Abrahams, Annie. “#PEAE Participative Ethology in Artificial Environments”, Electronic Book Review, May 3, 2020.

Pondering on my relation to electronic literature / e-lit for the eloCork 2019 conference, where is was invited, I was surprised to discover how strong that was. My interest for text and translation has pervaded my all over, what? … networked practice …
I am happy that the article that resulted from the venture has been published in the Electronic book Review. (thanks eo-Cork and ebr) My only regret is that I didn’t mention my ongoing e-stranger – What language does to you or not. – project.


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Distant Feeling(s) [commented] + Distant Feelings #6 archive.

Distant Feeling(s) [commented] the video is a screencapture of Distant Feeling(s) #6 mounted with a recording of Marc Garrett and Ruth Catlow reading a remix of comments. In this remix reactions from participants in previous iterations of Distant Feeling(s) are used to address the multiple aspects of the project.
(We are very proud of this video- thanks to all who contributed.)

Comments remix .pdf (by Daniel Pinheiro and Annnie Abrahams). Words from Muriel Piqué, Zara Rodríguez Prieto, James Cunningham, Camille Bloomfield, Ruth Catlow, Daniel Pinheiro, Annie Abrahams, Lisa Parra, Johannes Birringer, Randall Packer and Nicolaas Schmidt, as well as the participants of the Laboratoire de Traverse #11Écrans : surfaces de projection et projections de soi. Qu’est-ce que l’écran fait de nous ?“, Cie in Vitro/Marine Mane, laboNRV et Les Subsistances Lyon.

Notes on my impressions from 11:30 – 11:48 AM CDT. Max Herman.

Distant Feeling(s) #6 has been performed on Sept. 26th 2019 to a live audience in ‘Spazju Kreattiv’, Valletta, Malta as part of the Video Vortex #12 opening event concerned with the aesthetics and politics of online video.

Merci pour cela Annie, pour ce miroir que tu nous tends vers nous-même, en plus de nous ouvrir des fenêtres et des portes vers les autres. Agathe Herry (online participant) 
More comments .pdf (surtout en français, mais pas seulement) by Lucille Calmel, Max Herman, Agathe Herry, Alice Lenay, Sandra Sarala and Christine Develotte.

Adnan Hazi and Andreas Treske participating in the event space in Malta.

Distant Feeling(s) is a project by Annie Abrahams, Lisa Parra and Daniel Pinheiro. More information bram.org/distantF and landproject.tumblr.com

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Distant FeelingS #6 – Video Vortex Malta

Distant FeelingS #6, Thursday 26/09 18h30, Video Vortex, Valletta, Malta.
Duration 15 min.
Online. Open to all.
Eyes closed. No talking.
Projected in Malta during the opening ceremonies: two onstage participants + a special soundfile: a textcollection of past participant reactions spoken by Ruth Catlow and Marc Garrett.

If you want to join you need to install the zoom application on your device and on the 26th connect at 6:25 pm Paris time to meeting no 3210554238 – find your time here.

Distant FeelingS a series of online webcam meetings trying to experience each other’s presence eyes closed and no talking.
Distant FeelingS an ever-changing re-enactment of our intra-action with machines.
Distant FeelingS creates an online communality while resisting the speed of daily live and producing uninteresting data for AI?

A project by Annie Abrahams, Lisa Parra and Daniel Pinheiro.

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#PEAE – Diffractive Reading in the Reading Club – eloCork

J.R. Carpenter, Annie Abrahams and Andy Campbell eloCork
Q&A with J.R. Carpenter and Andy Campbell (photo Leonardo Flores – merci)

Recently I did 2 talks at eloCork.
The first #PEAE (Participatif Ethology in Artificial Environments) was about my relation to electronic literature and my struggles defining my artworks.
In the second Diffractive Reading in the Reading Club, I describe how I became to consider the Reading Club as an example of a diffractive reading practice.

#PEAE, Annie Abrahams, Artist presentation. 15/07/2019
Artists: Forum 1 (12 – 1.30pm), Forum 1A Boole Lecture Theatre 3.
Chair: Andrew Klobucar (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Preparation Peae.pdf 10 pages 1.6 Mo

Diffractive Reading in the Reading Club, Annie Abrahams, Paper presentation. 16/07/2019
Short Papers: Section 2 (3.30 – 5.00pm), Section 2B [Re]shaping students, teachers, readers. O’Rahilly Building 156.
Chair: Diogo Marques (University of Coimbra)
Preparation Diffractive.pdf 7 pages 1.2 Mo

15-17/07 The Electronic Literature Organisation Conference and Media Arts Festival In Cork. (Thanks for the elo bursary.)
Download the programme and book of abstracts of the conference. .pdf

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a pretty pathetic

On the 20th of June 2019 at 3:30pm (UTC+01:00) during my talk with/in languages – a pretty pathetic @ the Language INTER Networks conference in Lancaster, I danced to Lou Sarabadzic‘s reading of an extract of Hito Steyerl’s International Disco Latin.
The text of my talk with/in languages – a pretty pathetic is now available in ZeTMaG numéro 4.2 Langu(ag)e(s)-(E)Space(s).

Conference report by Erika Fülöp in Authors and the World.

ZeTMaG, Temporary Zones of Expression, is an open collective non-commercial artistic “organization”, dedicated to experimental creation. Other works by: Jean-Pierre Balpe, Canan Marasligil, Gracia Bejjan, Lou Sarabadzic, Qianxun Chen, Eugenio Tissell, Tanja Vujinovic, Chris Joseph, Natasha Boskic and Mohamad Kebbewar, Mary McDonald, Mez Breeze and Alexandra Saemmer.

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About all things languages of all sorts

June 20, 8:15pm Lancaster time (9:15 Paris time)
lingagens an online ReadingClub ***** session. Duration 20 min.
Lai-TzeFan, Sören Pold and Andréa Catrópa will rearite a text originally written by Erika Fülöp.

To join connect to readingclub.fr on the 20th and wait for the performance to start. You can comment, ask questions and discuss the reariting via the chat window. The logfile of the chatwindow will be archived alongside the cinematographic recording of the lingagens session.

The reariting will be projected live as a part of lingagens: a performance by me (Annie Abrahams) at the The Gregson Centre in the frame of the Language INTER Networks conference at the Lancaster University.

Also on the 20th at 3:30pm (UTC+01:00) I will give a talk named with/in languages – a pretty pathetic.
The complete schedule of the conference here.

*****

* The Reading Club is an online collective reading and writing project started by Annie Abrahams and Emmanuel Guez in 2013.
More information:
http://readingclub.fr/info/
– The ReadingClub nominated for the Netbased Award 2018 of H3K Basel. April 2018.
– Included in Electronic Literature Collection volume 3, Cambridge Massachusetts. ISSN: 1932-2016, February 2016
– Pop’lab, n°14, décembre 2014. Download PDF file. 20 pages.
In the Reading Club, reading is not unthought. Annie Abrahams and Emmanuel Guez interviewed by Annick Rivoire, furtherfield. 24-10-2013.
– Included in the show Erreur d’Impression, publier à l’ère du numérique, Jeu de Paume, Paris. Curator Alessandro Ludovico. November 2013.

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Esa – workshop plurimedia. OSP.

5/3 – 16/3 2018 Workshop plurimedia
La performance en ligne comme outil de dévoilement ? ESA La Réunion.
Aujourd’hui le corps humain est pénétré par les nouvelles technologies ; il est augmenté, prolongé, amélioré et surveillé par des applications. Le corps est contraint, maltraité, contrôlé et souvent oublié. Le corps qui libère, qui rattache le virtuel au réel et en sens inverse, qui fait médiation, qui est entre. Le corps qui n’est plus jamais seul, mais n’a pas appris à être avec, ce corps lié est le champ de nos recherches.

ESAMarche2
Plus de photos sur flickr – Merci aux étudiants, vous avez étés superbes.

textdynamics

Résultat d’une exercice d’écriture partagée : Textdynamics : Le corps humain est la surface par laquelle la machine a accès au réel ?

Open Source OSPedagogy Préparation Workshop ESA 9 pages .pdf Annie Abrahams.
Et voici quelques lien vers les carnets de travail assez différent d’approche de quelques étudiants:
https://meredithhoareaublog.tumblr.com
https://kmimai.tumblr.com
https://georgie-ganne.tumblr.com
https://villageniihl.tumblr.com
https://french-woman.tumblr.com

14/03 16h30 Rencontre avec Annie Abrahams Corps et nouvelles technologies.
École supérieure d’art de La Réunion, 102 Avenue du 20 Décembre 1848, Le Port, 97826.

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Upcoming

  • 19/05 – 19/11 2021 Moving Paintings in Sans Objet, exposition en ligne Centre Pompidou.
  • May 24 – August 2, Séparation in afterflash exhibition, ELO’s The NEXT.
  • 26/05 14h30 Utterings Panel: Toward a Supra-Semiotic Telepresent Communication. ELO 2021.
  • June 23, 16h, online performance workshop Angry Women, @MagdalenaOnlineFest 
  • June 25th 16h30 and June 26 20h Angry Women online performance @MagdalenaOnlineFest 
  • 27/06 13h participation in 6 Writers Be Like BodyObsolete by Suzon Fuks @MagdalenaOnlineFest 
  • 01/07 online Alcho performance in the frame of the presentation of the Alchorisma website.
  • Ongoing Constallationsss

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