Electrohype


The 5th biennial for computer based and technological art

 
DateSaturday, November 15, 2008 - 5:00am to Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 5:00am

Location

Malmö Konsthall SE-200 10, Malmö, Sweden

Electrohype presents the fifth biennial for computer based- and technological art at Malmö konsthall in Sweden. The Electrohype biennial 2008 introduces 14 artworks from 10 different countries:
OCAD Professor Doug Back, CA
Ralf Baecker, DE _
Serina Erfjord, NO
Kerstin Ergenzinger, DE
Jessica Field, CA
Voldemars Johansons, LV _
Diane Morin, CA
Kristoffer Myskja, NO
Erik Olofsen, NL

For this years biennial we have chosen works that in a unique way are complex in their own small universes – and makes us think about what we often takes as given.

The biennial holds a common theme about time and ongoing processes. In the exhibition, the viewer is invited to experience works that are independent machines slowly working in a methodic way, alongside objects that are animated with, for example, motors and light. Yet others are controlled with mathematical rules. A number of the works play on a change in our perception of time or of our physical existence.

DateSaturday, November 15, 2008 - 5:00am to Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 5:00am

Website Location

Malmö Konsthall SE-200 10, Malmö, Sweden

Thesis Exhibition for Interdisciplinary Art, Media and Design Masters Candidate Vanessa Lee Jackson
Please join the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and School of Interdisciplinary Studies for two Sabbatical Talks: “Extending the Meaning of “Genetic” in Medicine in Canada and Mexico to include ‘Related to Chromosomes and Genes’” by Dr. Bill Leeming and "Cinematic Life in the Anthropocene" by Dr. Selmin Kara. Tuesday, March 26th, 2019 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in 205 Richmond St. W., Room 320.
OCAD University’s Faculty of Art, in collaboration with Another Story Bookshop, is pleased to present returning 2018 Global Experience Project artist-in-residence Maria Thereza Alves for the launch of her new book. With special guest Lisa Meyers.
Part of a two-year research project out of OCAD University that is looking at how we as citizens can make change happen to build community and turn forgotten places into vibrant spaces in Toronto. How can design and art support community-based place-making?
The Scarborough forum is set for March 26th from 6:00–8:00 pm. It will be held at the East Scarborough Storefront, 4040 Lawrence Ave E. Join in the conversation—share your story of how you made your community stronger.
Associate Professor Jean-Christian Knaff in our Illustration Program has been selected to part of the OSA 14th Annual Juried Exhibition.
Amanda Kung, Alexandru Stratulat, Micketty, and Robin Love present: side effects may include part of the SCIN 2019 Thesis Exhibitions 'For External Use Only', a special presentation highlighting graduating students from OCAD University’s Sculpture/Installation Program.
A brief introduction to research ethics at OCAD U: answering the 5Ws/1H of research ethics.
Join the Inuit Art Foundation, Onsite Gallery and Indigenous Visual Culture at OCAD University on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 for an Inuit Art Quarterly Profiles Edit-a-Thon
Laura Cone, Liza Konovalov, Eden Ison, and Bogdan Nicolau present: CMYK part of the SCIN 2019 Thesis Exhibitions 'For External Use Only', a special presentation highlighting graduating students from OCAD University’s Sculpture/Installation Program.
Doug Back
Saturday, November 15, 2008 - 5:00am to Sunday, January 25, 2009 - 5:00am

Electrohype presents the fifth biennial for computer based- and technological art at Malmö konsthall in Sweden. The Electrohype biennial 2008 introduces 14 artworks from 10 different countries:
OCAD Professor Doug Back, CA
Ralf Baecker, DE _
Serina Erfjord, NO
Kerstin Ergenzinger, DE
Jessica Field, CA
Voldemars Johansons, LV _
Diane Morin, CA
Kristoffer Myskja, NO
Erik Olofsen, NL

For this years biennial we have chosen works that in a unique way are complex in their own small universes – and makes us think about what we often takes as given.

The biennial holds a common theme about time and ongoing processes. In the exhibition, the viewer is invited to experience works that are independent machines slowly working in a methodic way, alongside objects that are animated with, for example, motors and light. Yet others are controlled with mathematical rules. A number of the works play on a change in our perception of time or of our physical existence.

Venue & Address: 
Malmö Konsthall SE-200 10, Malmö, Sweden
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