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« Caro Ma is a young Parisian artist. Her work, mainly illustrative use digital collage and anachronism. “It’s the nostalgia of childhood, a questioning of the present and the uncertain future.” Inspirations for Caro come from the unexpected encounter with fragments of images that, cut and deformed, allow her to transcribe her emotions and to create new territories. » (Interview by ARTchipel Apr-2012, roughly translated by ARTchipel) 

:: Caro Ma´s site ::


“Garden and landscape design featured large in the auditorium, often turning the theater into a Mediterranean courtyard. The Loew´s Paradise, Eberson´s masterpiece, was one such urban garden. True to its name, it contained the erotics of garden spectacle in its edenic architectonics. This movie palace was archaeological find, architectural marvel, and landscape garden in one, complete with weather reports. As in an Italian interior garden or a courtyard, in this 4,000-seat theater one could see the sky, framed by the architectural walls. The ceiling displayed clouds that drifted across the dark blue surface of a celestial map, with lighting that changed  over the course of time from blue to pink to orange and then into twinkling of stars. The constellations were drawn with such cartographic accuracy they offered a veritable astronomy lesson”.

:: via Atlas of Emotion, Journeys in Art, Architecture, and Film – Giuliana Bruno ::

:: photo via Singular Forms ::

idee/inspiration für das “Ergebnis”


” Charlie Burns is 95 years old. He can be seen sitting in his car on Bacon Street watching the world go by pretty much every day. He has been here since 1915 and has never left. their business is very much a family run business and is still here today, run by his daughter Carol. He is a very well known and respected man in the area, having spent time with the likes of the Kray twins, Libererace… …and Judy Garland during his time as president of The Repton Boxing Club, aswell as running The Bethnal Green Mens Club. He even had a private audience with the Pope due to all the charity work he done in the area”.


via Unurth

“Exhibition, Symposium and Open Platform

November 24 – December 12, 2011
Opening: November 23 | 7 pm

Tracing Mobility explores how electronic networks and mobile media are transforming our conceptions of time, space and distance.

The exhibition presents the positions of 16 international artists who trace the shifting terrain of global and local mobility, virtual and material movement. What new spaces are born when online and offline worlds converge? What does the movement of a body in a landscape indicate when every point of the earth is within reach through the aid of digital technology? How do mobile devices and media alter our mindset and change our perception of time and space?

By means of installations, videos, performances and paintings, but also in the guise of iPhone Apps, maps and open-source collaborations, we see artists redefining and experiencing what space means today and how we move within this dynamic topography.

A Symposium and the Tracing Mobility Open Platform will offer further explorations of these themes via lectures, talks and workshops.

Exhibiting artists:
Frank Abbott (UK), Aram Bartholl (DE), Neal Beggs (UK/FR), Heath Bunting (UK), Janet Cardiff / George Bures Miller (CAN), Miles Chalcraft (UK/DE), Simon Faithfull (UK/DE), Yolande Harris (UK/NL), Folke Köbberling & Martin Kaltwasser (DE), Landon Mackenzie (CAN), Open_Sailing, plan b (Sophia New & Dan Belasco Rogers) (UK/DE), Esther Polak & Ivar van Bekkum (NL), Gordan Savicic (AT/NL), Mark Selby (UK), Michelle Teran (CAN/DE)

Heath Bunting (UK), Wolfgang Ernst (DE),Christian Hänggi (CH), Stefan Heidenreich (DE), Landon Mackenzie (CAN), Sadie Plant (UK), Hendrik Speck (DE), Hito Steyerl (DE) Michelle Teran (CAN/DE), Hubertus von Amelunxen (DE) (moderator), Stephen Kovats (CAN/DE) (moderator)

More info and detailed programme:!/tracingmobility

Opening hours:
Exhibition: November 24 – December 12, 2011
Wed-Mon, 11am – 7pm, free entrance
Opening: November 23, from 7 pm

Symposium: November 26 11am – 5pm,
Symposium ticket 20 €/15 €

Open Platform: November 26, 3pm – 7pm
November 27, 2pm – 07.30pm
free entrance”