The exhibition ‘Our World – The World to Come’ combines artwork by Kien Denier and Siri Black. Each piece arises from a shared underlying framework supported by a meticulous research-based process. The individual retro-futuristic artworks speak together in polyphony, engaging us in a multi-faceted reflection on analogue and digital behaviour, dynamics of repetition, recurrence, progress, regression and failure. The installation unfolds based on associative, dream-like connections drawn between various technology-related phenomena.
Curator: Aga Paulina Młyńczak
Documentation: Aga Paulina Młyńczak.
Intersectional Event: 25.01.20 / 13:00-17:00
With talks and art by Emily May Armstrong + Felix Erben + Yun Ingrid Lee.
Emily May Armstrong is a final year PHD student at The University of Glasgow in the Institute of Molecular, Cell and System Biology. She will introduce research around epigenetics and inherited trauma. Her talk is entitled: ‘Epigenetics: A History Of Memory In DNA’
Felix Erben is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics, The University of Edinburgh. He will give an insight into current models of particle physics and physics beyond the standard model.
GUEST ARTWORK: ‘Poetics of Erasure’ by Yun Ingrid Lee (NL).
WALK-THROUGH: ‘Out World – The World To Come’ with Kien Denier (FR) and Siri Black (DE).