AFK (Away From Keyboard): Until 1 May 2011
Marco Cadioli, Paul Chavard, Collectif Atopia, Angela Di Paolo, Julien Levesque, Albertine Meunier, Nicolas Sordello, Flavien Théry and Christine Webster
From 29 January to 1 May 2011 Casino Luxembourg is hosting an exhibition of Human Atopic Space presented in the "Aquarium" and the basement. The members of Human Atopic Space are highlighting artists at the centre of an exhibition where virtual realities are either at the heart of the creative process or are vectors of a reflection which engages them.
The exhibition AFK (Away From Keyboard) presents a journey to the heart of a series of artworks which are displayed with all their technical wanderings, in the unconventional existence of the Internet network, a new tribune. This open and non-hierarchical system reveals artworks in which the realization of the visitor comes about through interactivity and sometimes through playful involvement. The artistic field remains open to the exploration of the unknown, the invisible and the possibilities of this unexpected creative process the artists offer us glimpse at.
A project by: Human Atopic Space
Curator: Margherita Balzerani
Architect et scenographer: Laura Mannelli
Metadesigner and designer: Frederick Thompson
Project manager and responsible for partnerships: Mathilde Mallen
AFK (Away From Keyboard) cultural programme:
Thursday 21 April 2011 at 19:00
Machinima screening: Vola Vola by Berardo Carboni (2009)
21 – 23 April 2011 from 14:00 – 16:30
Workshop for teenagers and adults: Machinimaniaks (F)
Human Atopic Space : http://www.humanatopicspace.com/
Download the press release (.pdf) here.
The exhibition is realised with the support of:
Hôtel Le Place d’Armes, Luxembourg
Image&Concept, AKIRA, CBC informatique, Resolume
K-KI.COM, O-labs, Joinup, Amédé, Francogrid