Partners and Credits
A project of Technosphere 2015-19, supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media due to a ruling of the German Bundestag
Technosphere 2015-19 collaborates with the publishing platform and online journal continent.
Supported by the Federal Foreign Office in the framework of The Anthropocene and its implications for archives and museums.
The choreography by Xavier Le Roy, Scarlet Yu, and a team of performers is based on their previous work Temporary Title, 2015. The work is produced by Le Kwatt with kind support by the French Ministry of Culture / DRAC Ile de France.
When Can You Call it Technology?
Loan of the scroll from Vitamin Creative Space. Hao Liang, The Tale of Cloud (Reproduction), 2013, Ink on silk scroll, 45x1200 cm. Courtesy of Hao Liang and Vitamin Creative Space
Jenna Sutela: nimiia vibié (2018)
Custom typing software: Johanna Lundberg, Sam Kilgus. Costumes in collaboration with Nhu Duong and XV Production in Borås, Sweden. Thanks to Martti Kalliala. The project was conceived during n-dimensions, Google Arts & Culture’s artist-in-residence program at Somerset House Studios, London. The machine learning was conducted in collaboration with Memo Akten and Damien Henry.