Digital Artist Residency, London
10.1.2020, online exhibition
Physical Intimacy online exhibition
Curated by Kris Vango
25.12.2020 - ongoing
Physical Intimacy is a live evolving organic digital exhibition documenting artistic creative collaborations in global pandemic lockdowns. The exhibition features a network of interconnected global artists reflecting the multinational, multicultural, multigender and multidimensional digital communities that are facilitated by technological interconnectivity.
Online exhibition by Specter
June 2020 - ongoing
Virtual Cocoons (a collaborative curatorial project between Specter and Theo Ellison) is an online exhibition responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and showcases lockdown-related coping mechanisms by artists in the online realm.
Virtual Cocoons was conceived during the initial worldwide lockdown and reflects on methods of coping, the idiosyncrasies of living under lockdown, and our gradual emergence coming out of it. Coping, here, is used in the widest sense of the word in how we deal with rapid shifts in circumstance that seem out of our control, however large or small those shifts may be.
Curated by Charlotte
siXren WORKSHOP - Bio-hacking with language 1.9.2020 - streamed on IG live
“Digital Retreat” is a 1 month takeover from artist/curator Charlie Clark.
This takeover platforms digital artists and collectives who create spaces where we can find new means of leisure and creativity, extending our worlds through the meta-realities that have been built in the virtual.
The Polymorphic ritual is a multi-sensory experience, focused on topics of metamorphosis, transformation, and mutation in relation to human consciousness and (technological) embodiment in times of crisis.
The Polymorphic ritual marries rituality with future mindedness, bringing forth the awareness of human transience - in body and spirit. The ritual is an interactive experience, where participants are called to deep listening and participation in ritual methods. With breathwork, guided visualization, and rhythm, we somatically and emotionally call forth a desired wholesome and integrated future where our polymorphic nature becomes apparent.
Ritual is a collaborative project between artist Agnes Momirski, movement artists Tatiana Kocmur and Liza Simenc, sound artist Marko Batista, and costume designer Brina Vidic.
siXren (verbum medicinae)
Athens Digital Arts Festival
Special Screening - siXren (verbum medicinae)
Residency and solo exhibition
International center for graphic arts
More about Svicarija here
siXren project is inspired by models of ancient knowledge as healing methods in the coming era of posthumanity. Our Earth-born bodies are affected by the sonic and vibrational properties of our environments. Sound and voice have profound effects on body biology, brain chemistry and sensory clarity. The project explores the primordial power of utterance, word and sound to affect our animal senses and their psychoacoustic effects, while promoting ritual and ceremonial sensibility in the matrix of contemporary sonic experiences.
siXren is a hybrid multimedia ritual experience, where the ancient verbal and sound formulas are abstracted over contemporary rhythmic aesthetics of electronic noise sonic territories. Creating imaginary sonic territories between digital and animate, pre-modern and hyper-modern, holding space for altered states of mind, the supersensible, supernatural, more-than-human worlds in our techno-ecology.
Way to optimization
Interview by Miha Colner
Lente Kabinet festival
Ritual music performance
May 2020 - POSTPONED TO 2021
is a multidimensional hibrid sonic consciousness, and a project umbrella by Agnes Momirski for sound and music collaborations. Fusing ritual and meditative patterns and EDM genres, medicinal verbal formulas and rhythm, opening a fantasy space for healing.
UCL Digital anthropology
Specter, panel discussion
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The Vala project experiments with the linguistic and vocal registers of female voices that are used in (wellness) interfaces. Vala is a wellness AI, whose androgenous instructional voice gradually becomes poetic, sensual and female. The name Vala comes from Nordic mythology, where she is the female shaman, and from Blake’s mythological poetry, where she’s the representation of nature. Vala shows a path towards a future, representing a new harmony between the virtual and physical, digital and analogue, reason and intuition, man and nature.
Project is supported by Mondriaan fonds, The Netherlands, and Ministry of Culture, Slovenia