ALT CPH invited F.A.T this year to the Copenhagen’s independent art fair for artist-run spaces and initiatives. Come visit The Data Klubb on saturday evening with Bigup2DANCE on the turntables and live PETSCI visuals by Raquel Meyers, keep an a eye for the presentation of the new Piratbyrån’s book: “Anarchival, the End to End Principle”, edited by Science Friction and hosted by F.A.T! and join us in the panel organized by Kunsten magazine.
Alt_Cph 13 ConcoctionFABRIKKEN for Kunst og Design, Sundholmsvej 46, 2300 København S
Friday, August 30th / 15:30 – 22:00
Saturday, August 31st / 12:00 – 02:00
Sunday, September 1st / 12:00 – 16:00
Entrance: kr. 50,- (valid all three days)
Alt_Cph – the meeting place for artist-run spaces and initiatives – welcomes the audience to a loud and vibrant art fair at the Factory of Art and Design from August 30th till September 1st. In addition to the 23 art spaces and the many artists that they have invited, Alt_Cph 13 is proud to present three generous programmes of debates, performances and music in collaboration with Kunsten.nu, Liveart and Thorgej Steen Hansen.
Alt_Cph started out in 2006 as the Alternative Art Fair – a title that we’re still proud to be associated with. Alt_Cph is not a framework for a specific kind of art but rather a necessary supplement to the more established and institutionalized art scene.
‘Concoction’ is the title we’ve chosen for the fair in order to capture the particularity of Alt_Cph 13. It refers to a mix of different ingredients – a fabrication even – or a strange combination of materials, people and ideas
The Alt_Cph 13 curatorial team: Camilla Nørgård, Mette Høyen Andersen, Claus Bjerre, Bank & Rau, Mille Winther and Maria Gry Bregnbak.
How do we give value to immaterial goods? How do we buy and sell digital images? What is the relationship between economics and digital aesthetics? How can curators and artists create new platforms and models for the creation of economic exchange? These are some of the questions that this show attempts to answer. We are currently accepting artwork (video, jpg, gifs, 3d models or HTML content) that will feature in a unique gallery-based exhibition. The exhibition is composed of two parts – a gallery-sited virtual show, and the online production and distribution of materially-realised limited-edition goods.
Preview May 24 6 – 9 pm
Show runs May 25 – July 13
Lorna Mills Rollin Leonard Rich Oglesby Emilio Gomariz Benjamin Gaulon Emilie Gervais, Eu Tech Nik / Andrew Healy / Sascha Pohflepp + LINDA KOSTOWSKI /Geraldine Juárez / Raquel Meyers / ALAIN VONCK / DANIEL ROURKE + ALEX MYERS / JONAS LUND / Addie Wagenknecht + PABLO GARCIA / Andreas Nicolas Fischer / PINAR + VIOLA / CHIARA PASSA / REED + RADER / FRANCOISE GAMMA / YOSHI SODEOKA
COMPUTER ROOMS is a beautiful little book that focus on the context in which computer culture happens rather than in their machines:
“This is what computer culture really looks like. A collection of photos that show the messy reality behind the shiny online facade. Where we make our living and spend our free time. And try to be creative. Or even maybe worse.
Very few people get to see these spaces. It’s not the kind of place we take photos of, or show to visitors. Maybe we don’t even see it ourselves. It’s a sort of secluded area hidden in plain sight, full of secrets, now on this display in this book.
This kind of places lead to political actions, fantastic music, art, new friends, inventions, love and so much more. This is IRL!”
/Goto80, Bräkne-Hoby, April 2013.
Goto80 (born Anders Carlsson, 1981) is a Swedish music artist and researcher. He has been described as one of the key players between glitch and chipmusic, as well as an active demoscener. At the turn of the millennium he was one of the first to bring chipmusic to a wider audience, and was also an early adoptor of live Game Boy music. He has an extensive back catalogue of free music – often open source – with a wide span of musical influences. He currently focuses on research and art, and maintains a number of blogs and labels such as Chipflip and the text-mode tumblr. (source: Wikipedia)
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