October 28, 17.00-23.00 at Køge Harbour and KØS and through online screening

Gibson Martelli are presenting at the seminar Site-Specific and Participatory Augmented Reality. This is the first event in this series

What does it mean for public art that we can see, hear and connect with places we were previously completely cut off from? That we in immersive experiences can disappear into parallel or virtual realities or be transported to other locations, bodies or times? Or that we with greater ease can distort and manipulate our experience and understanding of real sites and situations in media such as AR or VR?

The research-based exhibition project Sites, sounds and screens will examine how new technologies have changed the ways we experience and engage in sites. This project extends over three years and includes an open call, seminars and conversations, public art projects and ends in a final exhibition, symposium and publication in 2024. The aim is to facilitate conversations between artists, curators and researchers and share the interesting thoughts and problems that arise during this project.

Sites, Sounds and Screens is curated by curator and director of Inter Arts Center (IAC) Christian Skovbjerg Jensen in collaboration with KØS director Ulrikke Neergaard.’

This seminar also shows Sites, Sounds and Screen’s first commission, which is a continuation of the performance Unknown Cloud by Lundahl & Seitl, which is a performance that will keep evolving until 2057.

Meet at Køge Harbour for the test performance of Unknown Clouds Forming – the exact location will be unveiled soon. After the performance, relocate to KØS for the seminar. 

The event is free, but require that you register via Billetto

*PLEASE note that there are separate tickets for the test performance as well as the seminar.
You are welcome to participate in both events but please make a ticket reservation for each event.

NB. When you have booked your ticket for the performance, it is important that you send your phone number to KØS’ Public Programme Manager Camilla Gerhardt at cg@koes.dk.*

Programme:
Times in CEST

17.00 Participatory AR test-performance by Lundahl & Seitl and Untold Garden, Unknown Cloud Forming (2021) at Køge Harbour. Premiere in Denmark.

18.15 Standing tapas/buffet and mingling at KØS.

Seminar:

19.00 Welcome by Ulrikke Neergaard, director at KØS

19.05 Introduction by Christian Skovbjerg Jensen, director at IAC and curator for Sites, sounds and screens.

19.20 Presentation by Lundahl & Seitl and Untold Garden about the making of Unknown Cloud Forming – and on the interplay between the site, sounds and social choreography and experience.

19.50 Presentation by Tanya Ravn Ag, reflections on Unknown Cloud Forming in relation to her own postdoc. research project on art, technology and temporality.

20.20 Short break

20.30 Presentation by Martelli / Gibson – Investigating AR as performance technology (digital lecture)

21.00 Presentation by Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas – Swamp Laboratory: AR as playful teaching and research tool about swamps (digital lecture)

21.30 Panel discussion with all participants

22.00 Drinks and mingle

23.00 The end

The seminar will also be accessible through online streaming. Link will be announced on the day.