Simon Denny and Aleksandra Domanović will be speaking for the Culture Now Friday lunchtime series at London’s ICA, Mar 21.
They’ll be discussing their upcoming exhibitions at Colchester’s firstsite including Denny’s The Personal Effects of Kim Dotcom, exploring the Megaupload entrepreneur’s rise and fall among charges of copyright infringement. Building on these ideas of the personal as political is Domanović’s From yu to me, looking at the history of Yugoslavian domain ‘.yu’ in parallel with the violent dissolution of the state in the early 90s.
There will also be a coach to Denny and Domanović’s exhibition opening at firstsite that afternoon from Bethnal Green’s Museum of Childhood.
Read a review of Denny’s ‘All you need is data’ installation at Hamburger Banhof and see the ICA website for details. **
Header image: Aleksandra Domanović, ’19:30′ (2010/11). Courtesy the artist and Tanya Leighton, Berlin.
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