PUBLISHING AS PROCESS - ON THE RELATION BETWEEN ART, TEXT AND TECHNOLOGY

At the GOETHE-INSTITUT LONDON

 

18th November 2015

 

Un-Publish 2.07 commission: 'postface; pretty good privacy' by Yuri Pattison.

 

Publishing As Process organised in collaboration with Banner Repeater is the second part of the mini-series at the Goethe-Institut London on exhibiting and publishing in a digital age. Through readings and a panel discussion, the event addresses how publishing is affected by digitalisation and the distribution channels the internet provides, and will raise the question of how publishing can be understood as a process; as an expanded way of thinking that might permit us to consider more broadly current conditions in art production.


As such it will particularly address text production through new technologies that test both the limits and co-evolution of humans and technology.

Whereas the first event of the series Institutionalising the Digital featured a take-over of the Goethe-Institut’s website, this event will leave a different material trace in the form of a publication in Banner Repeater’s UN-PUBLISH series.

We are delighted to welcome the following speakers and artists to the event: 

Speakers:

 

Ché Zara Blomfield, The Composing Rooms, Berlin
Alessandro Ludovico, artist, critic and chief editor of Neural.it
Yuri Pattison, artist, London

Ami Clarke, Banner Repeater, London (moderator)

 

Reading:

 

Erica Scourti, artist, London

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