The four artists will present new work and works-in-progress developed during their three-month residency at SPACE Art + Technology. The residency investigated affective computing and emotional capital. The press release further explains, “the human body is commonly accepted as the primary site of subjectivity, empathy and affective processes” and “the breakdown between human and machine”.
Snowe will present a stage set, a series of texts and notes, sound for a new play called ‘Sticky’ and four texts that move in the same direction. Each text will be printed separately to form a series of four books.
As part of Art Licks Weekend 2016 and to coincide with the exhibition, SPACE Art + Technology’s OpenPROCESS #9 programme will take place on October 2. The event promises an afternoon of readings, presentations and custom cocktails. Snowe will read a series of short texts that surround and approach and her play. Yuile will make a short presentation relating to the research she has conducted throughout the residency. Special Tears will read together in an attempt to contact a character who can dream with us but cannot dream for us.
See the FB event page for more details.**