i wish you were not here

In their latest installment of exhibitions, the artist collective @r00m69 is pleased to present π–Ž π–œπ–Žπ–˜π– π–žπ–”π–š π–œπ–Šπ–—π–Š 𝖓𝖔𝖙 π–π–Šπ–—π–Š, a Google Street View based hybrid intervention and virtual experience. Topologies of virtual space that mirror real-world locales have evolved into a new architectural arena for the creation, exhibition, distribution and experiencing of art. These virtual landscapes, however uncontrolled, uncurated, unmanaged, pull on the atmosphere of the physical areas in which they are anchored, toying at protest and deconstruction, and push beyond the appearance of β€œthe real.”

Virtual topologies reflective of their physical counterparts can develop a dialectic understanding of the way organism, object, space and environment mutually construct each other.
π–Ž π–œπ–Žπ–˜π– π–žπ–”π–š π–œπ–Šπ–—π–Š 𝖓𝖔𝖙 π–π–Šπ–—π–Š attempts to ingest the lived, the essential, the forgotten the ignored, the sutured, the cellular, the categorical, the intimate, the abandoned and other such social-geographies of the physical realm into the virtual one, one that is relational, processive in viewing reality and consisting of multiples, a complex of processes. This ingestion process of replicating and scanning the physical, in this case a derelict cinema house in an affluent inner-city district, brings into view multiple aspects of complex systems that transform through a focused view on each artist’s work.

group show for @solo___show
online on google street view 
π–‡π–‘π–Šπ–˜π–˜'π–Šπ–‰ π–ˆπ–šπ–—π–˜π–Š

featuring works by
Josepha Edbauer
Carmen Blum
Brooklyn J. Pakathi
Cristian Anutoiu
Maximilian Prag
Hannah Neckel
Lukas Dworschak
Winona Hudec
Rebecca Merlic
Julian Schock
Bless'ed Curse is a massively multiplayer, decentralized project organized by @greedy_rigor and @rhizomeparkinggarage.

Unfolding across the sprawling grounds + interior of a fantasy complex, 23 international artists and artist projects come together to co-create a liminal space that hovers just outside of reality. The result is a polyvocal chorus punctuated by both sullen and sublime intensities - ranging from performances to installations and digital work ❦