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Eastern Surf: Kernel Panic Control

Galerija Galženica

mjesto održavanja: Galerija Galženica, Trg Stjepana Radića 5, Velika Gorica
datum početka/završetka: 16.11.2012. / 21.12.2012.
otvorenje: 20.00
organizator: Galerija Galženica

*Scroll for english Nakon što su se susreli na studiju u Edinburghu, četvoro umjetnika, redom iz Hrvatske, Italije i Škotske, započeli su s projektom i metodologijom djelovanja pod nazivom Eastern Surf. Začetak suradnje bio je prijedlog izložbe, nakon čega je Eastern Surf dobio još jednog sudionika, a sama suradnja s vremenom se pokazala izuzetno uspješnom. Eastern Surf naglašava da broj sudionika nije bitan i, kao i njihov rad, podložan je stalnoj mijeni i širenju. Za sada se projekt proteže preko organiziranih događaja koji uključuju javne performanse, snimanja, masovne video radove, online TV i instalacije u galerijama, a jednu takvu možemo vidjeti sada u Galeriji Galženica u Velikoj Gorici. Kao i svi intenzivni korisnici novih tehnologija i sloboda koje ta tehnologija pruža, Eastern surf je okupiran etikom otvorenog izvora i skupljanja podataka, i postavljaju pitanje kako djelovati u prostoru, virtualnom i stvarnom, kojemu se područje slobode rapidno smanjuje. Interes za razine privatnosti, svrha skupljanja podataka i samim tim krhke, ali i beskonačne digitalne stvanosti te online arhive – sve se to odražava na metamodelu, na koji se ciklički vraćamo. Metamodel, u centru galerije, predstavlja sve ove događaje u jednom, kao cjelinu. Taj će model potencijalno rasti u beskonačnost i u njega smo svi uključeni, čak i samim prisustvom na izložbi. Kao i povijest, kronologija Eastern Surfa nije linearna, i ovdje su prezentirani tek fragmenti raznih linearnih stvarnosti čija se stvarna dimenzija da samo naslutiti. Ti fragmenti žele krenuti ka osvajanju prostora kavim ga doživljavamo sada; fragmentiranim, povezanim, kontroliranim, online, offline, a linija između privatnog i javnog lagano nestaje. *Kernel panic je postupak koji operativni sustav vrši kada naiđe na unutarnju fatalnu grešku od koje se ne može oporaviti sigurnim putem Eastern Surf: Ana Kuzmanić, Shona Macnaughton, Martin Mrzljak, Francesca Nobilucci i Ewan Sinclair ------------------------------ Having met during their studies in Edinburgh, four artists from Croatia, Italy and Scotland initiated the project and work methodology entitled Eastern Surf. The collaboration began with an exhibition proposal, after which one more participant joined Eastern Surf, and the collaboration itself eventually proved to be very fruitful. Eastern Surf emphasize that the number of participants is irrelevant and is, like their work, subject to constant change and expansion. At the moment, the project extends through organized events including performances, photoshoots, mass collated video work, online TV and gallery based installations, and an example of the former can be seen now in the Gallery Galženica in Velika Gorica. Like all intensive users of new technologies and the freedoms provided by those technologies, Eastern Surf deal with the ethics of open source and collecting data, posing the question how to act in the space, virtual and real, in which the field of freedom is rapidly decreasing. An interest in the levels of privacy, the purpose of collecting data and thereby the fragile, but also infinite, digital reality and online archives – all of this reflects on the metamodel, which we cyclically come back to. The metamodel, in the centre of the gallery, represents these events at once, as a whole. That model will potentially grow into infinity and all of us are included in it, even by mere presence at the exhibition. Like history, the Eastern Surf chronology is not linear, and here are presented only the fragments of different linear realities whose real dimension can only be glimpsed. These fragments have a tendency toward reclaiming space as we experience it now; fragmented, connected, controlled, online, offline, and the border between the private and the public slowly dissolving. *A kernel panic is an action taken by an operating system upon detecting an internal fatal error from which it cannot safely recover Eastern Surf: Ana Kuzmanić, Shona Macnaughton, Martin Mrzljak, Francesca Nobilucci and Ewan Sinclair