mette ingvartsen

moving in concert
Moving in Concert imagines a universe where humans, technologies and natural materials coexist to create an abstract set of movement. Inspired by how bodies are sensorially affected by living in a digitalized world, the performance explores a poetics of plasticity, abstraction and imagination.

ALBA PRAT

digitalized
“Tron, a cult film from 1982, takes place in two parallel universes: the real and the virtual. Through a laser that converts real people into pixels, the world of Tron appears like a strange foreign world without sun, where androids live surrounded by 3D landscapes. The film has a strong retro character given by the era of production, which coexists with a high-tech nature. Both aspects are the basis of my collection. It consists in androgyn, straight silhouettes out of wool, leather, cotton and lack. Through different techniques I have created cube patterns on the surface of some of the materials. Giving the designs a technical yet minimalist character.”

JULIANA CERQUEIRA

Digitalized Body
“Corpo Digitalizado” is a work that requires public participation and, therefore, addresses subjects related to contemporary understanding of the human body and its relation with the machine and how the body acts before it.
The artist proposes that the public stay inside a booth for a few seconds and donate a small part of their time and bodies to be digitized by a scanner.

ALBA PRAT

digitalized