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Michelle-Marie Letelier

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For this LOOPS SESSION we are joined by Michelle-Marie Letelier, an artist and researcher based in Berlin, who will introduce us to her practice. There will be a screening of the work "The Bone", both on screen and in VR, an interactive experience in virtual reality inside the skull of a wild salmon, addressing ethical and ecological issues related to salmon farming, domestication and coexistence with this species, from a non-anthropocentric, eco-philosophical and indigenous perspective.

Her multimedia installations, photographs, videos, drawings and objects embrace orchestrated transformations of natural resources, alongside extensive wide-ranging, interdisciplinary research into the landscapes where their exploitation and speculation take place. Through her work, she places together different epochs, regions and societies, examining political-economic, historical and cultural aspects.

Her work has been shown internationally in biennials, galleries, museums and institutions, among others: KBH.G (Basel); Tabakalera (San Sebastián); OrGallery (Vancouver); Kunstmuseum Bonn; Villa Romana (Florence); Stanislavsky Electrotheatre (Moscow); Gropius-Bau (Berlin) and many more.

The event takes place in our studio + livestream and is open to all.

Image Credits: Michelle-Marie Letelier, "The Bone".

Curated & moderated by Emma Sokoll

For this LOOPS SESSION we are joined by Michelle-Marie Letelier, an artist and researcher based in Berlin, who will introduce us to her practice. There will be a screening of the work "The Bone", both on screen and in VR, an interactive experience in virtual reality inside the skull of a wild salmon, addressing ethical and ecological issues related to salmon farming, domestication and coexistence with this species, from a non-anthropocentric, eco-philosophical and indigenous perspective.

Her multimedia installations, photographs, videos, drawings and objects embrace orchestrated transformations of natural resources, alongside extensive wide-ranging, interdisciplinary research into the landscapes where their exploitation and speculation take place. Through her work, she places together different epochs, regions and societies, examining political-economic, historical and cultural aspects.

Her work has been shown internationally in biennials, galleries, museums and institutions, among others: KBH.G (Basel); Tabakalera (San Sebastián); OrGallery (Vancouver); Kunstmuseum Bonn; Villa Romana (Florence); Stanislavsky Electrotheatre (Moscow); Gropius-Bau (Berlin) and many more.

The event takes place in our studio + livestream and is open to all.

Image Credits: Michelle-Marie Letelier, "The Bone".

Curated & moderated by Emma Sokoll

Michelle-Marie Letelier

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Matteo Pasquinelli: The Eye of the Master. A Social History of Artificial Intelligence. Verso Books, 2023, ISBN: 978-1-78873-006-8

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Michelle-Marie Letelier

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Studio

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For this LOOPS SESSION we are joined by Michelle-Marie Letelier, an artist and researcher based in Berlin, who will introduce us to her practice. There will be a screening of the work "The Bone", both on screen and in VR.

For this LOOPS SESSION we are joined by Michelle-Marie Letelier, an artist and researcher based in Berlin, who will introduce us to her practice. There will be a screening of the work "The Bone", both on screen and in VR, an interactive experience in virtual reality inside the skull of a wild salmon, addressing ethical and ecological issues related to salmon farming, domestication and coexistence with this species, from a non-anthropocentric, eco-philosophical and indigenous perspective.

Her multimedia installations, photographs, videos, drawings and objects embrace orchestrated transformations of natural resources, alongside extensive wide-ranging, interdisciplinary research into the landscapes where their exploitation and speculation take place. Through her work, she places together different epochs, regions and societies, examining political-economic, historical and cultural aspects.

Her work has been shown internationally in biennials, galleries, museums and institutions, among others: KBH.G (Basel); Tabakalera (San Sebastián); OrGallery (Vancouver); Kunstmuseum Bonn; Villa Romana (Florence); Stanislavsky Electrotheatre (Moscow); Gropius-Bau (Berlin) and many more.

The event takes place in our studio + livestream and is open to all.

Image Credits: Michelle-Marie Letelier, "The Bone".

Curated & moderated by Emma Sokoll

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New Practice in Art and Technology - Find out what's on, who we are, our studio, research + study programme. Don't miss: journal / 3021 project space & loops event series.