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Cultural Matter: Klaas Kuitenbrouwer on Olia Lialina (Pt. II)


Wednesday December 20th, Klaas Kuitenbrouwer (Het Nieuwe Instituut), will take the work of Olia Lialina as a starting point for a talk and screening programme. The influence of technological developments on our culture as well as society will be his main focus. What does the internet mean to the arts and visa versa? Is the internet ephemeral, or is it matter, actual material you can work with?

On the speaker
Kuitenbrouwer is an expert in the field of interactive media. He teaches, writes and lectures on various crossroads of culture and technology. He studied contemporary history, became an artist for a while and plays improvised music and develops sonic games in OORBEEK – a collective of artists, musicians and theorists.

Since 2009, Kuitenbrouwer works at Virtual Platform (now Het Nieuwe Instituut) where he develops crossover programs to share knowledge and practice on different aspects of electronic culture.

On the artist
Olia Lialina is part of the net.art movement. Her work is canonical in the field of internet art, and of lasting influence. Today Olia Lialina describes herself as a web artist and animated GIF model. She also writes on digital folklore and user culture. Lialina is a professor for New Media at Merz Akademie, Stuttgart, Germany.

On Cultural Matter
In a series of presentations, screening and talks LIMA provides a platform for the international discussion of digital art and aims to develop new strategies for the presentation and preservation of these artworks.

Lecture by Klaas Kuitenbrouwer
December 20, 7.30 PM
7,50 / 5
Free with Cineville

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November 24, 2017 - January 3, 2018
Every day 5 - 11 PM
LIMA (in the basement of LAB111)
Entrance is free

Cultural Matter: Olia Lialina (Pt. I)

Olia Lialina’s online browser-based artwork Summer (2013) is the work in focus for the second exhibition of LIMA’s Cultural Matter programme. In this animated piece by Lialina, we see the artist swinging back and forth, infinitely looped, basking in bright sunlight. Cut out against a gradient background of blue and white, the swing is hung from the location bar of the browser.
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