Programme

dgtl fmnsm

HOT MESS

Part of “Spy on Me #2” 

HAU Youtube Channel

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German and English / 

The international network dgtl fmnsm have been presenting feminist, queer and tech-positive perspectives on technology narratives since 2016. Planned as “HOT MESS” in digital space and at HAU2 studio, the creators have developed “HOT MESS *virus version* for “Spy on Me #2 – Artistic Manoeuvres for the Digital Present – Online Programme” with over 15 artistic contributions. To be seen on March 19–22 and 27 at (unless stated otherwise):

HAU Youtube Channel

dgtl fmnsm Facebook Page

“HOT MESS *virus version* is an interactive project, inspired by the often chaotic order of our desktops, of our thought constructs and frivolous digital repositories. All the data, the documents, the suffering and joy, the private and the public, these complex overlapping worlds, are hidden behind small symbols, permeating us as hyper-individualized beings in capitalist work and life cultures. “HOT MESS” attempts a loving and critical devotion to these user interfaces and resigns with relish to the long lost possibility of reducing data volumes or preventing their misuse. With online performances, talks, technological rituals and laboratories of counter-speculation, dgtl fmnsm examines the remaining possibilities of disentangling the data volume in the depths of our devices until they finally overheat and what we call reality finally collapses. Because: Technology is not neutral and only a feminist AI can save us.

 

Friday, 20.3.

12:00    
A place taking manual (virus version)
Die Blaue Distanz (Anna Erdmann & Franziska Goralski)
Platform: Instagram

13:00              
“The water we drink first runs through the veins of the servers”
Virtual TourbyDie Blaue Distanz

15:00–18:00
Workshop “#alieneffect”
Facefilter Workshop for Beginners by Alla Popp

19:30
“IRL * URL – Extended Edition”
Video Screening and Artist Talk with Tabitha Swanson

20:00
“GLEAM, LIVE OFFLINE : HOT MESS///”
A show with Tiara Roxanne, Maque Pereyras, Biitsi, Anna Zett, American Artist, Nicole Killian, Xene Sky, Jamila Woods

23:00
Late Set
Tadleeh (live)
also on Soundcloud

 

Saturday, 21.3.

13:00             
“MELT DOWN”
Meltionary (Loren Britton, Isabel Paehr)
Platform: http://meltionary.com/dgtlfmnsm/.

14:00          
“Cognitive Boot Camp vs. Multiverse Hack: Ten Easy Steps on How to lose your Reality System“
OMSK SOCIAL CLUB & Mycological Twist

17:00       
“How are we still? Who are we kidding in a 21th-centuries-fearful-dream? A Telegram Trip” with Katharina Klappheck
Platform: Telegram Chat


Sunday, 22.3.              

21:00     
“Sonic Hibernation Short Story”
Platform: Facebook
 

Friday, 27.3.

16:00
Zine Workshop
“Algorithms of Late Capitalism”


18:30
Talk
“Future Tense: AI From the Margins”
Nakeema Stefflbauer B2B Nushin Yazdani

20:00
VR Performance
“Under_the_Sun_2120”
Alla Popp


21:00
Talk
“REDEFINE”
Ash Baccus-Clark

22:30
DJ Set
“Happy New Tears”
Sonic Hibernation

Cast

Core Team (curation, production, technique): Space Design / Raumgestaltung: die Blaue Distanz

Dates

  • Past
    Fri 20.3.2020, 13:00 / HAU Youtube Channel
    Fri 27.3.2020, 16:00 / HAU Youtube Channel

#Spy on Me #2 

Credits

Commissioned by HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Production: dgtl fmnsm & HAU Hebbel am Ufer.

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