FESTIVAL Device_art 4.013

14 02 2013
Low-tech, high-tech and everything in between

08.02.2013. – 15.02.2013.
Školská 28 Gallery & K4 Club, Prague

Device_art 4.013, the fourth edition of the international triennial festival of devices, robots and gadgets organized by the curatorial team KONTEJNER | bureau of contemporary art praxis from Zagreb, Croatia, Slovenian curator Sandra Sajovic, and Machiko Kusahara, a curator from Japan, travels abroad to tackle the Bohemian art scene, in order to bring together the device artworks of artists from Japan, Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia. 

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The project in 2012/2013 comparatively presents, exchanges and contextualizes the recent device art productions from these different contemporary art scenes through an international exhibition, series of performances and a round table presentation of the artists, followed by a festival publication and celebration in relaxed late-night after-party.

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MMessy Oscillators feat. i.m.klif (HR)

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Big respect to technicians Marko and Denis!

P1110267 copyMarko Batista> Syphon:Sys:Apparatus sound intervention feat. i.m.klif visuals

Concept and organisation: Kontejner | biro suvremene umjetničke prakse, Zagreb Curatorial team: Ena Hodžić & Tereza Teklić | KONTEJNER, Machiko Kusahara | Waseda University (Device Art Japan), Sandra Sajovic | Galerija Kapelica & Praksa Partners: Galerija Školská 28 | Michal Kindernay, CREST of Japan Science and Technology Agency, K4 Klub Program collaborator: Sunčica Ostoić | KONTEJNER




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