In fact, creatures of the immediate present are deposited on the slides, therefore insects, pollen, plant presences but also the hydrocarbon residue that takes us back to non-human geological times.
Between body and technology: a trip for two during the week of Residenze Digitali 2021
Asynchronous performance, Olga reads the critters is a live broadcast that is accompanied by an archive of images that the viewer can explore at will.
Imagining is doing politics: review on Gli Stati Generali
You should close your eyes when, initially, you are greeted by calls and songs of birds, then by the voices of a demonstration of riders and show business workers, by the barking, calling and answering of dogs, and more lapping, buzzing and then a soft voice to introduce the performance. Then it will be time… Continua a leggere Imagining is doing politics: review on Gli Stati Generali
Olga legge i critters: radio live in collaboration with mikroradio. Residenze digitali #2
Wednesday 24 November 2021 at 9 pm (here the € 3 ticket to go online) it will be possible to listen to “Olga legge i critters”, extract from The Critters Room project, radio live in collaboration with Mikroradio.
Official opening in Bologna
The Critters Room will officially open to the public!The Critters Room is @Artists in ResidenSì 2021. Saturday 13 November, from 18.00 to 24.00 eSunday 14 November, from 16.00 to 19.00free entry The Critters Room is a project by JAN VOXEL with the support of Ateliersi, Bologna and Officina Leo van Moric, ParmaWinner of the Digital… Continua a leggere Official opening in Bologna
The Critters Room # experience by Jan Voxel: an interview during Residenze Digitali # 1
How can air pollution, digital art and civic activism dialogue together? The Critters Room # experience project curated by the Jan Voxel collective (Lorenzo Belardinelli, Cinzia Pietribiasi and Lidia Zanelli) manages to combine these elements in an original and amazing way through a complex research process that is still ongoing.
Pratiche connettive di oddkins: The Critters Room
Virginia Ferrarini writes on www.iaphitalia.org some interesting reflections on The Critters Room