International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) - Peter Thiedeke’s artwork TWIFSY
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International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) - Peter Thiedeke’s artwork TWIFSY

Date & time
Thu 20 Jun 2024 to Sun 14 Jul 2024
Add to Calendar 2024-06-20 10:00 2024-07-15 10:00 Australia/Brisbane International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) - Peter Thiedeke’s artwork TWIFSY Experience local artist, Peter Thiedeke’s artwork TWIFSY (The world is fine, save yourself) in the Uptown Queen Street Mall Windows from 20 June to 14 July 2024, part of 29th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) 2024. This artwork is presented by Brisbane City Council and curated by Jonathan Parsons. ISEA is a roaming annual gathering of the international electronic art, science, and technology community featuring an academic conference and festival program comprising of exhibitions, performances and workshops. In 2024 the 29th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) is occurring in Brisbane. Peter Thiedeke’s artwork TWIFSY (The world is fine, save yourself) is a dazzling installation comprising of an array of programmed illuminated box panels. The artwork presents a utopian/dystopian fiction of the smart city mediated by algorithms that seek to mesh people and objects with digital networks. ‘TWIFSY aims to stimulate thought about future existence––when the real and virtual have merged to form an entirely artificial world of planetary-scale computation. What kind of world do we collectively want, can we agree, and do we have the power to decide for ourselves?’ Peter Thiedeke is an interdisciplinary image-maker whose practice is concerned with post digital critique. He works at the intersection of art and design and currently lectures in design at Queensland College of Art, Griffith University. He has exhibited extensively in Australia and internationally. Share your experience of the Outdoor Gallery exhibitions and public programs on social media using #BNEPublicArt. Image Credit: Detail of TWIFSY (The world is fine, save yourself) by artist Peter Thiedeke.
Age

Suitable for all ages

Cost

Free

Experience local artist, Peter Thiedeke’s artwork TWIFSY (The world is fine, save yourself) in the Uptown Queen Street Mall Windows from 20 June to 14 July 2024, part of 29th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) 2024. This artwork is presented by Brisbane City Council and curated by Jonathan Parsons.

ISEA is a roaming annual gathering of the international electronic art, science, and technology community featuring an academic conference and festival program comprising of exhibitions, performances and workshops. In 2024 the 29th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) is occurring in Brisbane.

Peter Thiedeke’s artwork TWIFSY (The world is fine, save yourself) is a dazzling installation comprising of an array of programmed illuminated box panels. The artwork presents a utopian/dystopian fiction of the smart city mediated by algorithms that seek to mesh people and objects with digital networks.

‘TWIFSY aims to stimulate thought about future existence––when the real and virtual have merged to form an entirely artificial world of planetary-scale computation. What kind of world do we collectively want, can we agree, and do we have the power to decide for ourselves?’

Peter Thiedeke is an interdisciplinary image-maker whose practice is concerned with post digital critique. He works at the intersection of art and design and currently lectures in design at Queensland College of Art, Griffith University. He has exhibited extensively in Australia and internationally.

Share your experience of the Outdoor Gallery exhibitions and public programs on social media using #BNEPublicArt.

Image Credit: Detail of TWIFSY (The world is fine, save yourself) by artist Peter Thiedeke.

Bookings

No bookings required. 

 

Venue

Uptown, Queen Street Mall windows, 91 Queen Street, Brisbane City.

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