EMAP at Ars Electronica Festival

As a part of Ars Electronica Festival from 6th to 10th September 2018, the EMAP – European Media Art Platform members and artists organize a rich and diverse programme consisting of EMAP Group Exhibition and Jam-Session, artists talks and guided tours.

photo © Ars Electronica

EMAP– European Media Art Platform will participate in 2018 Ars Electronica festival subtitled ERROR: The art of imperfection from 6th to 10th September in Linz, Austria. The EMAP programme brings a group exhibition showcasing 11 artists and their newly produced artworks, a jam session event with the members of the EMAP network, artist talks and expert guided tours by EMAP artists.

EMAP group exhibition presents some of the artists that were a part of the EMAP production residency programme in 2018. The exhibition will be opened from 6th to 10th September at the central festival location of POSTCITY and will feature:
Robertina Šebjanič (SI) and Gjino Šutić (HR): aqua_forensic
Anna Ridler (GB): Myriad (Tulips) + Mosaic Virus
Karen Lancel (NL), Hermen Maat (NL): Kissing Data
Anna Dumitriu (GB), Alex May (GB): ArchaeaBot
Chloé Galibert-Laîné (FR), Kevin B. Lee (DE/US): Bottled Songs 3 & 4
Kentaro Kumanomido (DE/US), Thomas Anthony Owen (DE/US): Faster than Light.

On Sunday September 9th at 12.30h EMAP members will hold the EMAP Jam Session presenting the project and the partner institutions and organizations: Ars Electronica (AT), Impakt (NL), KONTEJNER (HR), LaBoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial (ES), Onassis Cultural Centre (GR), Werkleitz (DE) and WRO Art Center (PL). The audiences will have the chance to dicsuss and pose questions to EMAP representatives and artists after the session.

On Saturday September 8th at 13 h EMAP artists Robertina Šebjanić (SI) and Gjino Šutić (HR) will hold an expert guided tour ERROR – The Future Ecology and talk about their new artwork aqua_forensic. On Saturday at 13 h artist talks will be held with other EMAP residents: Chloé Galibert-Laîné (FR), Kevin Lee (DE/US), Anna Dumitriu (UK) and Alex May (UK).

The EMAP/EMARE program is co-financed by the “Creative Europe” program of the European Union.

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