Shot reverse shot. Close-up on tangled plotlines. Build suspense and tear it down. Cut to cables snaking across borders. Cue music.
The screening will be on temporary display but will be carried on through a series of exhibitions and viewings in dates to come.
The project is a collaboration between the Berlin-based artist and researcher Visser and the Berlin-based studio for Research, Design and Development PWR (Hanna Nilsson and Rasmus Svensson) that explore present and future communication systems. Taking the form of an “infinite film constructed from global live streams,” it will play out in real time and real life, influenced by the fluidity of “intuitive, geographical, relational factors”.
Visser, whose work is a combination of drawing, writing, research and design, is currently completing a three-month residency at the Delfina Foundation where she is finalising her ‘conflict atlas‘ of the Falkland Islands. Stay tuned for her upcoming solo exhibition and publication launch in January at Amsterdam’s Allard Pierson Museum.
See the Delfina Foundation website for more details.**