Intersecting Reality and Illusion

Imagine being in two places at once… In quite different moments of techno-culture, these art projects – 30 years apart – interpret and challenge the same thing – link between two different cities to extend and transcend communication in public space. A play in the networked space on the intersection of reality and illusion.

Year 1980

A Hole in Space: LA-NY (1980) by artists Kit Galloway and Sherrie Rabinowitz

For more info go to Turbulence/ Networked_Performance blog here.

 

Year 2014

Occupy the Screen (2014), a telematic public art installation by Paul Sermon and Charlotte Gould, linking participants in Riga and Berlin

For more info go to Occupy the Screen site here.

 

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