Keywords: DIY, FLOSS, personal computers, operating systems, data privacy, technological sovereignty.
AMRO20 exhibition was transformed into a journey through artistic projects dealing with the festival topic "Of Whirlpools and Tornadoes". As the festival became "radically digital", these projects were kind of lost in a garden of clouds. That became the title of the show.
Exhibition design curated by artist duo Sai Bao and Yang Mu.
19:00 - 19:30
Welcome everyone! our remote festival finally starts, we are happy to have you here!
19:30 - 20:10
Nishant Shah prepared already three Videos: Your are invited to preview his input beforehand and prepare your questions and comments for the live event.
20:20 - 20:40
"Digitalization will come" - this is the mantra of our society. In recent decades the atmosphere of the city has changed drastically. The environment has been transformed into a high-frequency electromagnetic field by the increasing number of antennas. In my talk, I will use examples from art and technology to speculate on how the change in urban space and atmospheres can be grasped, but also why 5G is a perfect case for techno-criticism and conspiracy theories alike.
20:40 - 21:00
Deep time is understood as the concept behind geological time: the history of the earth from its beginnings as a molten ball of matter until the present. Deep futures do not yet exist, they are a thought-vehicle to speculate within the probability space of a future earth.
21:30 - 22:00
Part of the opening night, also this years Exhibition "Lost in a garden of clouds" will open with a "tour". This will be done through a short conversation with the two exhibition designers Yang Mu and Sai Bao.