[resource-net] TO-day-night-morrow at Forests of Antennas, Oceans of Waves & Jugend[widerstands]museum Galiläakirche

liebig zwoelfe liebigzwoelfe at gmail.com
Sat Oct 8 16:26:25 CEST 2022

Dear Liebig12 followers and friends!

we are pleased to invite you to the following concerts tonight at
*_**_*Rigaer Str. 9/10, 10247 Berlin
Doors 19.30_Sharp Start 20.00

*KASERNE: an evening of healing noise, meta music and phuture pholk*
with *Samira Aakcha* (dance)
*Constantin Carstens *(HeDuDa, Organza Ray) (computer, electronics)
*Hilary Jeffery* (Zinc & Copper, Organza Ray) (trombone, trumpet)
*Petr Step Kišur *(Nohe Noshe, Honey Suckle Company) (harmonium)
*Eleni Poulou* (The Fall, Nohe Noshe, Organza Ray) (keyboard, bass, vocals)
*Zsolt Sőrés *(Faust, Un-garians) (viola, electronics)
*André Vida* (Un-garians) (saxophones, electronics)

*still running TODAY & TOMORROW_** 14:00-20:00*
the final exhibition of the series *“Forests of Antennas, Oceans of Waves”
*“Un/apparent sensory perception. **Disorientations of a more-than-human
sensory apparatus*” curated by *Daniela Silvestrin, **Shintaro
Miyazaki* (Humboldt-Universität
zu Berlin), *Birgit Schneider* (University of Potsdam) at Liebig12,
featuring works by *Susanna Hertrich *and* Jonathon Keats*

Light and radio waves can be disorienting for birds and insects like
butterflies, especially in cities. Also some other species, such as the
elephant-nosed fish, have sensory organs sensitive to electric and
electromagnetic fields, making them capable of electrolocation. Using the
animal kingdom as well as mythologies of electromagnetic phenomena as a
starting points of reflection and speculation, the final exhibition of the
event series Forests of Antennas, Oceans of Waves focuses on the artistic
examination of both human and non-human sensory perception of
electromagnetic radiation. The works presented in the exhibition use
speculative approaches and thought experiments as starting points for their
exploration of sensory relationships with anthropogenic signal-based
invisible environments: To ensure that birds and butterflies arrive at the
right place at the right time, and don’t get lost along the way, Jonathon
Keats designs technologies to provide flocks and swarms with on-the-fly
guidance directed by advance reconnaissance. Inspired by ideas of
cybernetic systems theory, Susanna Hertrich explores the both mythologies
and limits of human sensory perception through the notions of the ether and
aesthetics of antennas as gateways to higher spheres.
The exhibition invites visitors to reflect on potentials and limits of
bodily and sensory perception, and about how non-anthropogenic
technological environments could look like.

You can find more information about the project and event series here
Funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds.

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