Vilém Flusser and His “Languages”

Jun 16, 20 • EventosNo Comments

Nessa semana, entra online a conferência Vilém Flusser and His “Languages” e os vídeos ficarão disponíveis no site até dia 30 de junho. O evento é organizado pela UDK (Universität der Künste Berlin), seria presencial mas com a pandemia de Covid-19 mudou para versão online. Minha proposta era uma performance audiovisual mas como o evento teve que mudar o formato e ser todo online, enviei uma vídeo palestra sobre o processo de criação da performance. Veja no link aqui.

Nos dias 29 e 30 de junho, haverá um discussão online, veja a programação completa aqui.

A Talk on Antarctica Tempo – Karla Brunet

Antartica Tempo is an audiovisual performance about my subjective observations during a 60-day expedition to Antarctica. The language portrayed here is the technical image; the remix of this imagined place and tempo. It is a mix of codes – software and language – trying to translate the lived experience in this faraway location. Images, sounds and voices are processed and edited in real-time. They are about the cold, the endless day, the rough sea, the seasickness, the dangerous drake, the boredom, the confinement, the beautiful and eccentric landscapes, the underwater, the cold water, the lack of possibility to walk around and Brunet’s body in a different environment. Besides the environmental issues, it is also about being in a military environment, about following rules, having someone organize your routine (when you eat and what you eat), about hierarchy and behaving in accordance with their timing. Antarctica Tempo is about the tempo there, the pace in this icy continent. It is also a reference to the word tempo in Portuguese which means time but also the weather. During the expedition I frequently heard that Antarctica is about Tempo – pace, patience, timing and weather. This “tempo” was what defined my days in Antarctica.

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