“Images in commons” (5/5). With Dominic Gagnon & Marie-Pier Boucher
WEDNESDAY 25TH MAY AT 5PM
bArTeC #2, “En quête d’enquêtes”, May 17th, Gaité Lyrique
bArTeC #1, “Internet dans le boudoir”, February 1st, Gaité Lyrique
“Images in commons” (4/5). With Emmanuel Van der Auwera & Jason Middelton
MONDAY 24TH JANUARY AT 6PM
Recalling our workshop: photos of APPROPRIATING THE COLLAPSE
“Images in commons” (2/5). With Nilgun Bayraktar, Philip Scheffner and Stefan Kruse
“After Social Networks” is pleased to invite you to the second session of its seminar “Images in commons” on the 18th October at 20h (UTC+2).
The sessions of this cycle of virtual encounters have been conceived as a place for discussion between image practitioners appropriating user-generated content, art and media theorists, activists, or anyone else manipulating UGC.
Appropriating the Collapse
“Images in commons” (1/5). With Liselotte Mas, Antoine Schirer and Félix Tréguer
“After Social Networks” is pleased to invite you to the launch of its seminar “Images in commons”on May 25th, 2021 at 7pm (UCT +2).
The sessions of this cycle of virtual meetings have been conceived as a place for discussion between image practitioners appropriating user-generated content, art and media theorists, activists, or anyone else manipulating UGC.
Call for participants: artistic research workshop Appropriating the Collapse
We have launched the call for participants for our first artistic research workshop on the topic Appropriating the Collapse.
MEDIA HOMES artist residency. 2. Jil Gieleßen
The second selected artist was German Jil Gieleßen with her audiovisual project about Instagram aesthetic categories.
Her residency took place from the 8th of February to the 1st of March 2021 on our Instagram account. Her original creations are available in our Vimeo account too.
Jil published four videos – an introduction, “The Zany”, “The Cute” and “The Interesting” – based on Sianne Ngai’s research about aesthetic categories and made editing content found on her Instagram feed with a voice over.
Here is a short interview about her work that we did during her virtual residency via email.
MEDIA HOMES artist residency. 1. Claudio Beorchia
The selected artist was the Italian Claudio Beorchia with his project Hot Poems. His residency took place from the 7th to the 20th December 2020 on our Instagram account. His original creations are available here in PDF (English). Claudio spent two weeks in residency, and published one poem every day – « Lazy », « Destroy », « The Army »… – made with comments from Pornhub users and accompanied with screenshots of videos from the same platform.
Here is a short interview about his work that we had with Claudio during his virtual residency, via email.
Conference: After Social Networks
Practices, aesthetics and ethics of an ecology of User-Generated Content.
Program of the Conference:
27th JUNE 2019
École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD), room 308.