Data Mining Kiosk
by Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez and Kirsten Palz.
Exhibition in seven acts
at nationalmuseum, Berlin.
Formed in 2014 by Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez and Kirsten Palz, Data Mining Kiosk is a collective work and exchange format on sculptures and concepts of perceptions.
The collective work has so far led to the exhibition ‘Sculpture in four parts’ at the Grimmuseum, Berlin 2015 and ‘Holes’, a failed attempt to rewrite the history of sculptures at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds 2015.
The exhibition presented at nationalmuseum opens on September 9th with the first of seven acts, which will continue to evolve until October 9th, 2016.
The exhibition explores various reflective understandings of surveillance principles and practices involving observation as an act.
Data Mining Kiosk places the sculpture in modes of surveillance. The sculpture is the protagonist and point of departure for particular models, matters and processes.
Oriented to the north, a series of installations are assembled. These installations undergo constant change during the 30 days including events outside of nationalmuseum.
9.9.2016 Operating time 19h-late
12.9.2016 Live editing of publication 'Data Mining Kiosk'
13h-17h at nationalmuseum
22.09.2016 Tropical Picnic 20h-22h
at Geschützte Grünanlage,
enter at Habersaathstraße 19-27,
29.9.2016 'Pagebreak', performance 20h at nationalmuseum
6.10.2016 Space observing in Color 20h
Studio 9, Terrace, Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 9, 10178 Berlin.
9.10.2016 Speech recognition 17h and18h
Date and place will be announced after completion of ACT VI on www.thenationalmuseum.de
for more information please visit www.thenationalmuseum.de