JANE TINGLEY - ANYWARE

EASTERN BLOC (MB/ON-CA)

SATELLITE EXHIBITION

OPENING JUNE 30

5PM - 10PM

EASTERN BLOC

PERTE DE SIGNAL presents JANE TINGLEY - ANYWARE as part of the satellite exhibitions program of the 4th International Digital Art Biennial – BIAN.

The inaugural exhibition on June 30th, 2018, of anyWare will connect three Canadian galleries; Artengine (Ottawa), Eastern Bloc (Montréal), and Electric Perfume (Toronto).

 

anyWare is an Internet of Things distributed sculpture comprised of three identical objects that are individually connected to the Internet and physically mirror each other. The anyWare sculptures are art objects that telematically connect three different locations in the world and enable distal physical communication. The objects simultaneously respond to people who interact directly with them, as well as allow them to interact with each other through the sculptures. Structuring these interactions are a number of games and puzzles for people to play/solve, either individually or collaboratively. The objects transform in the experience of exploration (either with one person or potentially with many people) and in so doing reveal different levels of interactivity and aesthetic experience.

 

VERNISSAGE I June 30th, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

EXPOSITION I July 1st - 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. // July 2nd, 3rd & 4th - 2p.m. to 7 p.m.

 

Jane Tingley is an artist, curator, and Assistant Professor at the University of Waterloo (CA). She received the Kenneth Finkelstein Prize in Sculpture and the first prize in the iNTERFACES – Interactive Art Competition in Porto (PT). She has participated in exhibitions and festivals in the Americas, Middle East, Asia, and Europe.

 

Cindy Poremba is a digital media researcher, gamemaker and curator. She is an Assistant Professor at OCAD University (CA). Cindy also organizes non-traditional exhibitions, including Joue le jeu/Play Along (La Gaîté Lyrique, Paris, FR), XYZ: Alternative Voices in Game Design (MODA, Atlanta, US), and “new arcade” events as a member of the kokoromi experimental game collective.

 

Marius Kintel is a software engineer and artist. His projects include multiple creations in the computer art subculture known as the demoscene, building a company in Norway that develops Open Source 3D graphics software, and he is the primary developer of openSCAD.

 

OPENING JUNE 30

5PM - 10PM

EASTERN BLOC

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