MUD 1.0 eTALK - LIVE STREAMING

WITH ARTISTS VUK ĆOSIĆ AND VLADAN JOLER

Saturday, January 20 4 PM – 5 PM at MUD Foundation. This event is free of charge but seats are limited.

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Vuk Ćosić

Ćosić belongs to a small group of pioneers who shaped what would later become globally known as net-art, in the 90s. During years of research on low-tech aesthetics, economy, ecology, and archeology of the media, he became interested in ASCII, a language he used to create many of his greatest works, vastly shown internationally. He is a co-founder of Nettime, Syndicate, 7-11, and Ljubljana Digital Media Lab. He is the Director of Communication and Ideology of European Capital of Culture 2020 – Rijeka. In Media Under Dystopia 1.0 he presents is Invisible Museum of Slavery (2015), a project conceived during a residency at a coffee plantation site in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba.

Vladan Joler

MUD 1.0 eTALK - LIVE STREAMING

WITH ARTISTS VUK ĆOSIĆ AND VLADAN JOLER

Miami, FL – In the frame of the exhibition, Media Under Dystopia 1.0, MUD Foundation is organizing a virtual conversation with participating artists Vuk Ćosić and Vladan Joler on Saturday, January 20, 2018, from 4 to 5PM. Based on Slovenia and Serbia respectively, Ćosić and Joler will be dialoguing over the Internet with their Miami audience. They will refer to their projects in the show and answer questions from the curators and the public in a real-time video projection.

Ćosić belongs to a small group of pioneers who shaped what would later become globally known as net-art, in the 90s. During years of research on low-tech aesthetics, economy, ecology, and archeology of the media, he became interested in ASCII, a language he used to create many of his greatest works, vastly shown internationally. He is a co-founder of Nettime, Syndicate, 7-11, and Ljubljana Digital Media Lab. He is the Director of Communication and Ideology of European Capital of Culture 2020 – Rijeka. In Media Under Dystopia 1.0 he presents is Invisible Museum of Slavery (2015), a project conceived during a residency at a coffee plantation site in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba.

Joler is the director of SHARE Foundation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to protect the rights of Internet citizens and promote positive values of openness, decentralization, free access and exchange of knowledge, information, and technology. He directs SHARE Lab, a research and data investigation lab dedicated to exploring the intersections between technology and society. He is also a professor at the New Media Department of the University of Novi Sad. In the exhibition at MUD Foundation, Joler is showcasing a fragment of his investigation on the reach and impact of Facebook’s data collection backbone.

To facilitate educational and artistic projects where art, the internet, virtual reality, and data converge. To raise awareness on contemporary digital cultures and footprints.