Tag Archives: Amanda Steggell

Energy Bank: a sacred service

LOOSE NOTES Die Sonne tönt, nach alter Weise, In Brudersphären Wettgesang, Und ihre vorgeschriebne Reise Vollendet sie mit Donnergang. – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, 1829     Quick introduction/recap about Energy Bank: In his essay Art and the Public Sphere Vito Acconci writes; Public space in an electronic age, is space on the run. Public… Read More »

Soft technology

Exhibition: SOFT TECHNOLOGY Galleri 3.14 Bergen, Norway 19.08-25.09.2011 Presenting “Pulp Cryption” – a prototype project featuring self-folding origami. Pulp Cryption envisages a novel angle on data protection; in this case, paper documents that contain sensitive information. The work has come out of my participation in the Soft Tech research group initiated by Hillevi Munthe in… Read More »

PULP CRYPTION 2011

Pulp Cryption – a prototype project featuring self-folding origami.   Many people are worried about having their identities stolen and consequently shred all kinds of documents that contain sensitive information. Yet such documents may be decrypted by painstakingly putting the shreds back together (as seen on CSI, etc). – How could one protect oneself against… Read More »

Time to Switch

Time to Switch Workshop in choreography @ Oslo National Academy of the Arts 16-26.08.2011 Format: Body storming, brain storming, experiments, field trips, lectures and presentations From an historical perspective dance has not followed the general order of things. To cut a long story short, there was modern dance which was not at all “modernist”. Then… Read More »

აქეთ, OVER HERE, PAR ICI

Exhibition: აქეთ, OVER HERE, PAR ICI Garikula Collection of European Artists Europe House, Tbilisi 23-02 – 13.03.2011 For this exhibition I presented a documentation of two works developed during my residency at Art Villa Garikula, July 2010, and were shown during Fest i Nova, International for Contemporary Art, in the grounds of the villa in… Read More »

Ladies and gentleman. The Toilets of Tbilisi

Workshop @ Europe House, Tbilisi 24.02.2011 Format: Presentation and field trip Duration: 3 hours Requirements: any kind of digital photography camera Public toilets, far from being banal or simply functional, are highly charged spaces, shaped by notions of propriety, hygiene and the binary gender division. Indeed, public toilets are among the very few openly segregated… Read More »