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Hybrid Bodies: Body Esc

Hybrid Bodies: Body Esc
Hybrid Bodies: Body Esc
Exhibiting 4 video works as a very significant part of the exhibition Body Esc, in the main space, dedicated to my video works. Over one third of the exhibition was given over to the works.

A Change of Heart HD Video
Lacuna HD Video

HD VideoCharnal House: Roll On HD Video
Heart and Mind: Who is knocking
HD Video

and two futher works
The Beat Goes On playing in a separate room. MPEG£ Plyer and Two Speakers
with the work A Tender Heart distributed through a futher two rooms, three soap hearts and stainless steel bowls.

Two works Charnel House: Roll On and The Beat Goes on are being exhibited for the first time and add futher dimensions to the research for he heart transplant project last exhibited at KKW Leipzig.Charnal House: Roll On

Body Esc is co-curated by Dalila Honorato, Assistant Professor in Aesthetics - Semiotics, and Marina Papasotiriou, curator at the National Gallery of Art - Corfu Annex, and is designed by Tania Tsiridou.

Body Esc is a reaction to Foucault's "medical gaze". A feedback on the post-human clinical perception of patients as cases, ripped of identity, of bodies as sets of organs, turned into a target for manipulation as any other natural resource. Acknowledging that, this failure to recognize the person beyond the body, confines and neutralizes the individual potential in the healing process, Body Esc is a subtle invitation to press the escape key.Organized within the framework of the 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference "Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art and Science", by the Ionian University, the exhibition is integrated in the program of the 11th Audiovisual Arts Festival. Body Esc is co-curated by Dalila Honorato, Assistant Professor in Aesthetics - Semiotics, and Marina Papasotiriou, curator at the National Gallery of Art - Corfu Annex, and is designed by Tania Tsiridou, adjunct instructor in Interactive & Audiovisual Arts. The exhibition will take place in the Municipal Gallery of Corfu (Ionian Islands - Greece), from May 25th until June 4th, 2017.

artists:-
Andrew Carnie (UK),
Alkistis Georgiou (Greece),
Marne Lucas (USA),
Joseph Nechvatal (France),
Kira O' Rilley & Manuel Vason (Norway & UK),
Nikos Panayotopoulos (Greece),
Ayse Gul Suter & Ebru Yetiskin (Turkey),
Hege Tapio (Norway),
Adam Zaretsky (USA).

The work from teh Hybrid Project was featured in the Art Science magazine E-Squared, see https://scienceandart--andrew-carnie.blogspot.co.uk/2016/11/just-had-some-material-images-and-text.html?view=magazine
Heart, , video, , sound work,, soap sculture, , Transplant, Donor,
Carnie, Andrew
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Carnie, Andrew
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Carnie, Andrew (2017) Hybrid Bodies: Body Esc. Taboo - Transgression -Trancendence in Art and Science, Corfu, Greece.

Record type: Art Design Item

Abstract

Exhibiting 4 video works as a very significant part of the exhibition Body Esc, in the main space, dedicated to my video works. Over one third of the exhibition was given over to the works.

A Change of Heart HD Video
Lacuna HD Video

HD VideoCharnal House: Roll On HD Video
Heart and Mind: Who is knocking
HD Video

and two futher works
The Beat Goes On playing in a separate room. MPEG£ Plyer and Two Speakers
with the work A Tender Heart distributed through a futher two rooms, three soap hearts and stainless steel bowls.

Two works Charnel House: Roll On and The Beat Goes on are being exhibited for the first time and add futher dimensions to the research for he heart transplant project last exhibited at KKW Leipzig.Charnal House: Roll On

Body Esc is co-curated by Dalila Honorato, Assistant Professor in Aesthetics - Semiotics, and Marina Papasotiriou, curator at the National Gallery of Art - Corfu Annex, and is designed by Tania Tsiridou.

Body Esc is a reaction to Foucault's "medical gaze". A feedback on the post-human clinical perception of patients as cases, ripped of identity, of bodies as sets of organs, turned into a target for manipulation as any other natural resource. Acknowledging that, this failure to recognize the person beyond the body, confines and neutralizes the individual potential in the healing process, Body Esc is a subtle invitation to press the escape key.Organized within the framework of the 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference "Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art and Science", by the Ionian University, the exhibition is integrated in the program of the 11th Audiovisual Arts Festival. Body Esc is co-curated by Dalila Honorato, Assistant Professor in Aesthetics - Semiotics, and Marina Papasotiriou, curator at the National Gallery of Art - Corfu Annex, and is designed by Tania Tsiridou, adjunct instructor in Interactive & Audiovisual Arts. The exhibition will take place in the Municipal Gallery of Corfu (Ionian Islands - Greece), from May 25th until June 4th, 2017.

artists:-
Andrew Carnie (UK),
Alkistis Georgiou (Greece),
Marne Lucas (USA),
Joseph Nechvatal (France),
Kira O' Rilley & Manuel Vason (Norway & UK),
Nikos Panayotopoulos (Greece),
Ayse Gul Suter & Ebru Yetiskin (Turkey),
Hege Tapio (Norway),
Adam Zaretsky (USA).

The work from teh Hybrid Project was featured in the Art Science magazine E-Squared, see https://scienceandart--andrew-carnie.blogspot.co.uk/2016/11/just-had-some-material-images-and-text.html?view=magazine

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Published date: 25 May 2017
Additional Information: Exhibition related to the Taboo, Transgression and Trancendence in Art And Science Conference organised by the Ionian University Corfu.Included in the project was a talk as key note speaker - guest lecturer. I was speaking on the project Hybrid Bodies project in a 45 minute talk titled 'A Change of Heart'. Speaking on a two person pannel alongside Roy Ascott, Plymouth University, UK.Funding for set up supported by the Ionian University, the University of Southampton, the Ionian Park Hotel and the Corfu Municipal Gallery, Corfu.Doccumation of the exhibition and talk is in the PDF publication
Venue - Dates: Taboo - Transgression -Trancendence in Art and Science, Corfu, Greece, 2017-05-26 - 2017-05-28
Keywords: Heart, , video, , sound work,, soap sculture, , Transplant, Donor,
Organisations: Graphics, Fine Art & Media

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Local EPrints ID: 411637
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/411637
PURE UUID: 75d36dd2-c6f7-41bb-b967-327471af18b4

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Date deposited: 21 Jun 2017 16:32
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 19:53

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