2012 ZERO1 新媒体双年展
2012 ZERO1 BIENNIAL
Silicon Valley, US
“脑电站”神经工程媒体艺术项目的系列作品受邀参加美国硅谷 2012 ZERO1 新媒体双年展。届时，将展出该项目系列作品的最新版本。
September 12 – December 8, 2012
Opening: September 12-16, 2012
Exploring the theme “Seeking Silicon Valley,” the 2012 ZERO1 Biennial, with partners, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Berkeley Art Museum, UC Berkeley’s Center for New Media, and Stanford’s Center for Creativity and the Arts.
Under the thematic Seeking Silicon Valley, the 2012 ZERO1 Biennial proposes that contemporary art practice can re-imagine the idea, the place, and the experience of Silicon Valley. However, the ZERO1 Biennial is not only about the geographical region of Silicon Valley; it’s about investigating how the process of seeking can create a platform for creativity and experimentation centered in Silicon Valley while inviting contributions from around the world.
ZERO1’s Biennial exhibition, also titled Seeking Silicon Valley, will remain on display at the ZERO1 Garage from September 12 – December 8, 2012 and will serve as the network hub for all Biennial programming. The exhibition features the work of 24 artists representing 11 different countires.
Reflecting the networked nature of Silicon Valley, the exhibition structure experiments with a networked model of collaborative curation. The curatorial team includes Jaime Austin (ZERO1’s Curator and Director of Programs) as Lead Curator, and exhibition co-curators Dooeun Choi (South Korea), Gisela Domschke (Brazil), Michelle Kasprzak (Canada/the Netherlands), and Regina Möller (Germany).
Seeking Silicon Valley Artist List:
Christopher Baker, Lucas Bambozzi, Aram Bartholl, Nelly Ben Hayoun, Maurice Benayoun, Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukács, Shu Lea Cheang, Jegan Vincent de Paul, Frederik De Wilde, Gambiologia, Christopher Haas, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Wendy Jacob, Eduardo Kac, Pe Lang, Jae Rhim Lee, MeatMedia, Michael Najjar, Marisa Olson, Karina Smigla-Bobinski, Hojun Song, Stamen Design, Stephanie Syjuco, and Thomas Thwaites.