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Drowning NYC
2010. Mixed media, dimensions variable
This fiction informs the audience about rising sea levels due to global warming and how urban populations will cope with it. This experimental form of tactical transmedia fiction was told by actors and narrative devices staged over the Internet and in the public spaces of a few selected New York City neighborhoods. The genre is theorized by the artist as Recombinant Fiction, a political and pervasive form of fiction, which proposes new pedagogical instruments, innovative activist strategies, elaborate media experiments, cutting-edge forms of theatre and cinema, and questions about perception and the construction of daily reality.

Selected pictures of installations at the following shows
Show-Case at Eyebeam, NYC, 2012; SummerLAB at Laboral, Spain, 2010.

Video playlist


Selected shows and presentations
2012
Show-Case 2012, exhbition at Eyebeam, NYC - U.S.
2011
IMAC 2011, Re-New,
lecture, Copenhagen - Denmark

Mobile Learning Conference, lecture, Bremen - Germany
File Festival, exhibition, Sao Paulo - Brazil
2010
STRP Festival, Eindhoven - Netherlands
Mediateca Expandida Showcase, Laboral, Gjion - Spain
IDEAS 10: Art and Digital Narrative, Emily Carr University, Vancouver - Canada

EuropeanDays, Co-production forum, Turin - Italy
Electrified summercamp, TimeLab, Gent - Belgium


Selected biblography
ISEA2011, "Uncontainable" Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Istanbul 2012, Volume 18 Issue 5, ISBN 9781906897192
Richard Schwarz, "WEAVE" magazine, Germany 2012, issue 02/12
LaToyah Gill, ROOMS magazine, UK 2011, ISSN 2046-5505, issue 6
IMAC2011, "Interactive Media Arts Conference, Re-new", Denmark, ISBN 9788771120370
B. Weil, B. Gottlieb, "New Narratives of Mobility", Mediateca Expandida, Gjion, ISSN 1889-965X


Installation at SummerLAB Show-Case at Eyebeam, NYC, 2012.






Pictures installation at SummerLAB Show-Case at Laboral, Spain. 2010.









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