Incentive 2 is curated by Christina Gigliotti, who is the external curator of the space that has been running in the Intermedia department of the AAAD since 2008. The press release tells us only that the show will eject us “out of the vehicle of progress and directly into posthuman fallout”.
Otherwise we know that Slama has made work previously at the boundary between technology and the materiality of human skin, like for Taalin’s Konstanet space in 2015, while Delong, whose tumblr account is also image-led as fragments of work mirror the fragmented installations inside them, seems to evoke soft interiors and sensual surfaces with materials such as plastic tubing and blades of grass.
Both artists have presented multiple times in Prague and both seem concerned with how the exteriors of our bodies interact in contact with technology and the emotional state/s it can sometimes induce in us.
There will be an artist presentation on the afternoon of the April 26.
See the FB Event page for (limited) details.**