#6pmeu – Complete List of Events


CYM – A day at the farm
Wd8 Art Center, Walkersdorf, Austria
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

The Wd8 Art Center is located in an old farm in a small village in Austria. Net artist CYM will capture images from the farm, the village, the animals, the people, the trees, the atmosphere on a regular day in 2015. These images will be used to create the story of Wd8 of the 22nd July and will be shared during the #6pmeu event.

Dr. Annette Huennekens and Mario Gasser – Material graving virtual – endo-exo views
Austrian Culture Club and MOJA
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Within an old motion picture theatre, a traditional Austrian wood carver and a German media art specialist will present their skills in graving the past and the future. These different tools produce specific outside and  inside views and viewpoints, which are presented live via action, projection and prints. For sure, the most important audience will be the youth trying both of them for their own future design

Station Rose PIXEL HOME 2.0
Kunsthaus Wien – Museum Hundertwasser, Wien
Untere Weißgerberstraße 13
From 11.06 to 22.07, 2015. Open daily 10 a.m. – 07 p.m.

The Urban Digital Land Art Project of artist Elisa Rose and composer Gary Danner combines audio-visual interventions, performances and the presentation of the book “NEXT Digital Quarter Century” within a media sculpture in the outdoor area of KUNST HAUS WIEN Garage. Based on their concept of New Media Arte Povera (nMAP), which abuses turbo capitalism as an input since 2008, Station Rose has now extended its operating range with Pixel Land Art.

No Limit – UBERMORGEN Live Poker Hold’em
Wien, private event / online only
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Buy-In 7 USD, Turbo, 6-Max, Sit & Go session on Pokerstars.eu. Search for ‘lizvlx’ and ‘viennazombie’. We will play multiple tables during the course of the event. Log-in and play tight-aggressive, loose-passive or whatever style fits you best. We will play loose-aggressive until we doubled our bankroll or go broke.


Igor Eskinja – A Discussion
Filodrammatica gallery, Rijeka
Korzo 28/I
Organized by Drugo More
July 22nd, 2015, 6.00 PM

In the gallery space of the Filodrammatica building in Rijeka Drugo more organizes an artist talk with a visual artist Igor Eškinja. In a conversation with Krešimir Purgar, a researcher and head of the Center for Visual Studies in Zagreb, Eškinja presents his work.


Open dismantling of the exhibition
NeMe Arts Centre, Cyprus
Curated by Natalie Kynigopoulou
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

dis-MOUNT is a specially organised happening conceived by Natalie Kynigopoulou which questions and extends the way exhibitions are perceived by the public, not only as a carefully installed dialogue between artworks but also as a process which eventually results in the exhibition’s own private demise – consisting of the dismantling, packaging and return of the artworks to their respective owners, thus re-subjecting the space into an introverted silence. The vital and creative process of mounting a show is normally occurring behind closed doors and is now recognised as an inherent part of the exhibition whereas unmounting a show is certainly always ignored. In order to expand the scope of what should be observable, NeMe is opening its doors to the complete actuality of the dis-LOCATE exhibition which raised questions about the process of art-making and extends those to the exhibition’s organisation as an open art-process in an attempt to redefine the approach to how art is observed.


Kurzor_gallery, Prague
Československého Exilu 1888/4

Braincandy started in May as an open art project that anyone could be a part of. We turned around the usual concept of a gallery; we held four open calls with very specific new media topics without knowing whether anyone would reply to them.

Tereza Darmovzalová: SPACE II
Location: Jeseníky, 50°08’40.4″N 17°12’33.7″E
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM
Curated by Mary Meixner, organized by PAF – Festival of Film Animation

In her creative practice, Tereza Darmovzalová (b. 1990) works in the media of painting and video and particularly in photography. In her installation SPACE II prepared specifically for 6pmeu, Darmovzalová approaches her minimalist series of spatial composition studies in environmental manner. Three digital-prints-as-physical-objects become almost an architectural intervention into the outdoor space located in the forest.


X and Beyond, Copenhagen
Griffenfeldsgade 27
Curated by Jacob Lillemose
July 1 – August 7, 2015

Throughout the day Jacob Lillemose will search for survivalist tools of all possible sorts online and IRL as he goes through his day and post them on twitter. Follow @XANDBEYOND.


Kilometre of Sculpture (KoS) 2015
The Visitors
Curator: Andreas Nilsson (SE)
July 4-26, 2015

The exhibition The Visitors has been put together by guest curator Andreas Nilsson from the Moderna Museet, Malmö, Sweden, with assistance from exhibitions manager, Siim Preiman. The jury for the open call section consisted of an international selection panel including Maria Kjaer Themsen, Kirke Kangro, Maarin Ektermann and Siim Preiman.
This year Andreas Nilsson saw Kilometre of Sculpture and the town of Võru as an opportunity to explore the notion of an exhibition in the context of the social fabric of a community, and the materiality or lack of it in contemporary conceptions of sculpture. The 18 artists invited to exhibit in The Visitors all tend to explore in different ways the social and political structures we inhabit in our daily existence.
Artists: Liisa Ahlfors* (FI), Carola Björk* (SE), Karolina Erlingsson (SE), Angelica Falkeling* (SE), Luca Frei (CF/SE), Ingrid Furre (SE/NO), GIDEONSSON/LONDRÉ (SE), Kaspars Groševs (LV), Johnson and Johnson* (EE), Sergey Karev* (RU), Edith Karlson (EE), Laura Kaminskaitė (LT), Essi Kausalainen (FI), Henning Lundkvist (SE), Marge Monko* (EE), Kristine Niedraja* (LV), Ats Parve* (EE), Liina Siib* (EE) * artists from the open call


Monia Ben Hamouda and Ryan Contratista – SAME PLACE SAME TIME
Kaamanen, Lapland, North Finland and Studio @ Via Chopin 111, Milano
Online Only
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

SAME PLACE SAME TIME explores the real / virtual dichotomy using social media as an integral, distinctive part of the work, but without its inherent role of documentation. Digital space becomes exhibition space, so the picture is not complete without a device.


Annabelle Arlie & Pierre Clement – Temporary Arrangement
Glassbox, Paris
Rue Moret 4
July 22, 2015, from 5 :30 pm to 10 pm.

The 2 artists propose a display of their most recent works in a one-night pop-up show.

Dustin Cauchi – 055XB HEXAL
A private bathroom @ a private apartment,  Paris
July 22, 2015 at 6.00 PM

The 055XB HEXAL home entertainment system is an anti-velocity decompressing unit. The 055XB eases temporal stability and decompression through an intimate exchange between organic and artificial lifeforms. The HEXAL system allows maximum chemically-enhanced decompression in the comfort of your own home.

Evan Roth and Benjamin Gaulon – Open Studio
Private event, artist’s studio, Paris
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Browsing Browsing + Finissage “Matière | Plan | Espace”, François Zajéga solo show
Curated by Anne Roquigny and Valentina Peri
Galerie Charlot, Paris
47 Rue Charlot
July 22, 2015, at 5:00pm – 11:00pm

On the occasion of François Zajéga’s exhibition finissage at Galerie Charlot, the gallery invites Anne Roquigny with her installation «Browsing Browsing», a real time surf of several hundred online artworks. This one-night-exhibition of selected online digital projects is curated by Anne Roquigny and Valentina Peri at Galerie Charlot. The selection of URLs will be enriched during the evening through the «6pmyourlocaltime» participants’ Tweets from all over Europe.
Anne Roquigny’s «Browsing Browsing» is an exhibition of online digital artworks. It is an installation inviting the audience to discover a few hundreds of online projects, «exhibited» on a mini network of computers, all connected to the Internet. A surfing «bot» is installed on the computers and allows an automatic surf on 2 screens simultaneously. The navigation is done in real time through a selection of online art pieces (mèmes, glitches, animated gifs…) created by international artists who divert and deconstruct social networks and Web 2.0 landscapes. Confirmed artists: Kim Asendorf I Anthony Antonelis I Emilie Brout & Maxime Marion I Gregory Chatonsky I Caroline Delieutraz I Reynald Drouhin I Constant Dullaart I Ole Fach I Dylan Fisher I Desvirtual I Emilie Gervais I Benjamin Gaulon I Emilio Gomariz I Ben Grosser I Jodi I Jérôme Joy I Eduardo Kac I Kamilia Kard I Julien Levesque I Maadona I Claudia Mate I Marika Dermineur & Stephan Degoutin I Mouchette I Eric Pajot I Jacques Perconte I Jim Punk I Jon Rafman I Casey Reas I Evan Roth I Rafaël Rozendaal I Sakrowsky I Yoshi Sodeoka I Systaime I Nicolas Sassoon I Miyo Van Stenis

Vincent Broquaire / Digital Animation
Xpo Gallery, Paris
17 rue Notre Dame de Nazareth
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

These videos would seem to suggest that if Broquaire is questioning our perception of reality, it would be the virtual and the material worlds. Initially, we might think he was rejecting the virtual world as unreal, for that seems the stance of critical culture with its concerns over blogs replacing newspaper editorials, consumers unquestioningly trusting online stores, viewers digesting videos ambivalent of fact or fiction. But if we come back to Broquaire’s images, with their depiction of the digital and the physical in the same hand-drawn manner, as drawings, animations in frames, and installations, i.e. objects, then we cannot believe this to be his argument. Indeed, he seems to be saying: there is no unreal and real, it’s all man-made.

Violette Bule and Miyö Van Stenis – If Twitter weren’t a network
Paris / IP:
Private / online only event
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

As the 6PM Local Time EU is centered on the #hashtag social logic, we propose as a online performance use 100 twitter’s bots (fake accounts) to share and retweet automatically, for an hour or till we reach 1000 retweets per message, a series of images created by the photographer Violette Bule and texts about feminism. We want to explore the possibilities of Twitter as Social Network pushing the limits of the interface and the basic functionality to generated an artwork based on data and the social impact that feminism as object/subject, have today on art but also playing with of “Trending”. We’ll register this performance with desktop video and also publish the reaching of the twitter data in real time.


Annie Abrahams & Martina Ruhsam – Besides, the city is not a tree
Location: bram.org/besides, OUDEIS, Le Vigan
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

On Object Agency. As an assemblage of text-fragments and daily objects this live-performance is a series of linkages and open relations between words and banal things. What do words, a pencil and a stone have in common? Does the stone change when being confronted by a hammer? What changes if it is replaced by a pill? Does the image of a spoon change the thought or does the thought change the thing? A follow-up of Annie’s and Martina’s 2015 Turbulence commission besides, the person I am becoming.

Alexandra Pignol / Stéphane Mroczkowski – CityPrintOut
Espace Apollonia, Strasbourg
23 rue Boecklin
F- 67000 Strasbourg
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

A collaborative project about the experience of the city and the place of art and creation in the city. A group work between art and document about the city as sensible experience and also as experienced through its documents (all sorts of prints, maps, photos, historical documents, archives…).
A group working in Strasbourg, with Alexandra Pignol and Stephane Mroczkowski: Mathilde Blum, Hector Bouhier, Olivier Calvo, Sylvain Mazars, Dimitri Pagnier, Vivien Philizot. With several guest international contributors who sent us documents to work on: Michael Corris, David Diao, IRWIN, STALKER…


According to Marty McFly, 2015 is the Future
Group show with Ana Alenso, Ilaria Biotti, Marisa Benjamim, IOCOSE, Rubén D’éhrs, Valentina Jager
Jul 22 at 6:00pm to Jul 23 at 11:00am
João Cocteau, Berlin
Kienitzerstrasse 98

Back to the Future is not one of those science fiction movies that envisions spaceships faster than the speed of light or alien races as our neighbours. Instead, the movie starts off in the garage of Doc, an extroverted inventor. His tinkerings are purely DIY in spirit, with only Marty’s cheerfulness to encourage him in his endeavours. It is in that same garage that Doc puts together a time-strolling machine. In the movie, the “future” portrays a likely-to-happen-projection, through an enhancement of what is then the present – 1985.
Back to the Future is a whimsical reflection on an everyday future. It shows modern day viewers not only an image of the expectations for the future from the perspective of 1985; it also provides an interesting point of departure to confront, and take off from, when thinking about the future today.
Over the last 30 years, most viewers of Marty Mcfly’s three one-and-a-half hour long jumps through time have reached 2015 by living through every second since 1985. In 2015, most skateboards and cars do not defy gravity; “Jaws” has 3 sequels instead of the 18 boasted about in Back to the Future; clothes on the whole do not adjust automatically to the human figure or dry instantly; the weather is still uncertain; and sadly, we have still not managed to create our own time-travelling car.
However, humans can mentally travel through time. Mental time travel or Chronesthesia – the ability to be aware of our past and future first hypothesized by Endel Tulving in the 1980s – is apparently a universal human instinct. By questioning the present, we are constantly envisioning future everyday narratives and recalling the past.
The invited artists suggest precisely that: they engage with (im)possible narratives and projections entangled in an undefined moment in time and space located between the familiar and the alien. Could we drift away gently with them from the here and now, and sprint towards a different moment in time?

Peter Beyls – Artist Talk
DAM Gallery, Berlin
Neue Jakobstr. 6
July 22, 2015, at 7.00 PM

DAM Gallery invites you to an artist talk with Peter Beyls at the Gallery or online under the Hashtag #6mpeu. The current exhibition at DAM Gallery -AESTHETICA. 50 Years of Computer Generated Art – is presenting plotterdrawings from the last 50 years. One of the artists on display is Peter Beyls. Beyls is a Belgian artist and composer working with computer media since the Seventies. He explores computer programming as a medium for artistic expression and develops generative systems in music, the visual arts and hybrid formats.
AESTHETICA refers to the philosopher Max Bense´s publication of the same name from 1965. Simultaneously, he initiated the first exhibition of Georg Nees´s algorithmically generated plotter drawings at TH Stuttgart´s campus gallery. That same year, other exhibitions of Frieder Nake in Stuttgart and Michael A. Noll in New York followed. Fifty years later, the computer as a tool has decisively inspired and expanded 21st century art. Net art, software art and interactive installations are just a few examples of the varying creative directions.

Florian Freier – Work in Progress
Private event from the artist’s studio

Florian Freier showing his new work Cached Landscapes for Trevor Paglen at Frankfurter Kunstverein 2015, and a preview on his ongoing project Profile Page, that will be published later this year at Link Editions.


Petros Efstathiadis – PRISON
Can Gallery, Athens
18.06 – 31.07, 2015

Efstathiadis is a truly unique photographer whose artistic oeuvre begins when he decides to return to his hometown, a small village in Central Macedonia called Liparo and convert it into his physical studio. Full of clichés and yet set up in a way that overturns all known cultural and social stereotypes, Efstathiadis’ pictures are simple in regards to the setup of the camera and point of shooting, yet complex in their structure and composition. Collecting materials from neighbors, objects in use and some other abandoned or forgotten, the artist composes surreal and often extremely banal sets and prototype constructions that rather imply than illustrate their titles.

Fritz Laszlo Weber – On the way to Halit-Street
Location: Athens, private event / online only
Wednesday, July 22 at 6:00pm

A screening from a collection of online videos dealing with domains, networks, maps and migration in the digital age. Selected videos: Mona Hatoum – Measures of Distance | Telecomix – Message of hope | Fritz Laszlo Weber – Halit-Street, Kassel, Hesse, Germany | Jane Elliot – Maps | Kanak Attak – White Ghetto


Adela Muntean / András Blazsek / Péter Sárközi / Áron Balázs
Ephemeral Transfer Station (ETS) Art Gallery, Budapest
Curated by Hunor Fogarasi
July 22, 2015. Opening time: 18:00


Mengi – After Silence
Óðinsgata 2, Reykjavik
July 22, 2015

After Silence is the name of the first record that our performers collaborated on together. Skuli Sverrisson and Oskar Gudjonsson have been working together for over a decade, and this album has earned a warm reception, including acknowledgement from the Icelandic Music Awards. The night will be centered on this release, celebrating a long history of collaboration between these talented musicians within a variety of genres.


Alice Bachmann – Non classic serial
Casa Occupata Gorizia
via vigevano 2A, Milan
Wednesday, July 22 at 6:00pm

For the event 6PM YOUR LOCAL TIME Europe, Alice Bachman presents an interactive video installation in the Milan venue La casa occupata Gorizia. Live sound by Karl-L. The video-installation includes webcams connected to projectors that project images of the visitors onto special surfaces in real time. The surfaces are reflective or porous, with the latter letting some light filter through, multiplying the video into a deconstructed spatial dimension. It is a fragmented
experience of vision, where the architectural structure no longer provides a point of reference and the bodies of the audience members, in a kind of unsettling game, give rise to a bizarre setting that is in perpetual motion. The first visitors enter a space where the only image projected is that of empty
space. The webcam records the human presence starting to occupy and fill the setting, thus creating an endless cycle of images. In this closed system, the interlocking ‘projections in the projections’, the “mise en abîme”, is an illusionistic attempt to create other hypothetical spaces within the tangible walls of the exhibition venue. It is the opposite of the way in which classical sculpture loses its divine aura when produced serially: when man contemplates his digital ubiquity in this way he gains access to a supernatural state.

Les Sublimes Archive: A Walking Conference
Arthur Cravan Foundation, Milan
Intersection of Via Aleardo Aleardi & Via Paolo Sarpi, Milan
July 22, 2015, 6.00 PM

On Wednesday, July 22, at 6:00pm, in conjunction with 6pm Your Local Time Europe, the Arthur Cravan Foundation is pleased to present a conference in honor of Les Sublimes Archive, organized by Helga Franza and Silvia Hell.
As he strolls along, noted geopolitician Giampalo Capisani will speak of the late nineteenth century working-class group known as “The Sublimes” and of their grudge against Mondays. The artist Ermanno Cristini will then steal a little of our time with a conversation on the topic of “lost time.”
Readings will follow, with language like a “balm that hydrates the spirit”. We’ll celebrate the website launch of lessublimes.org: an archive that promises to make available, for all digital eternity, the journals, notebooks, and sketchbooks provided by artists, musicians, writers, doers, and do-nothings.
The conference will meet at the corner of Via Aleardi and Via Paolo Sarpi, then mosey its way through the neighborhood, alive with readings, activities, and musical interludes. Photos of the event will be collected under the hashtag #6PMEU, and posted online at www.6pmyourlocaltime.com in real time with other opening events throughout Europe.

Enrico Boccioletti & Elena Radice – STUDIO VISIT
Via Luigi Casanova 1, Milan
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

A multipersonal exhibition ft. Enrico Boccioletti & Elena Radice
WHAT IS YOUR HOUSE BASEMENT CONTAINING? Stranger 2: Dead bodies Stranger 1: Hot girls don’t go on omegle Stranger 2: Excuse youStranger 1: exuse me Stranger 1: It’s the truth Stranger 2: I would consider myself very hot Stranger 1: But that’s your own opinion Stranger 2: As is the opinion of many others Stranger 1: I would rate you 4/10 Stranger 2: YOU CANT SEE ME Stranger 1: How may instagram followers Stranger 2: 2,487 Stranger 1: Why would a hot girl waste her time here Stranger 2: Because she’s bored af Stranger 1: Hot girls don’t get bored Stranger 1: my ex was hot af she went out 24/7 Stranger 1: and slept 20/5 Stranger 2: Okay yeah your ex? Stranger 2: Hot? Stranger 1: Yes she looked like scarlett johannson Stranger 2: Bet Stranger 1: But with bigger b**bs Stranger 1: She left me for an older man Stranger 2: Did you seriously censor boobs? Stranger 1: Probably with wrinkly balls Stranger 1: No omegle did that Stranger 2: Mhhhhh Stranger 1: Hot girls don’t say mhhh Stranger 1: They kiss their teeth Stranger 1: You sound like a 6/10 Stranger 2: Where do you live?Stranger 1: uk Stranger 1: in a houseStranger 2: In New York we just look up and down and mhhhm at you Stranger 1: Well new York Is weird af Stranger 1: in London we kiss our teeth and stay beautiful Stranger 2: BritsStranger 1: yanksStranger 2: Lmaooo Stranger 1: You Americans smell of mcdonalds Stranger 1: and starbucks Stranger 2: See I would insult you guys but I just can’t Stranger 1: Because we’re perfect Stranger 2: STARBUCKS SMELLS AMAZING Stranger 1: White girls natural habitat Stranger 2: A bit rude for my taste thoStranger 1: What do you taste Stranger 1: I would rate you but I need a photo Stranger 2: Haha Stranger 1: Your still a 6 Stranger 1: Maybe t Stranger 1: 5* Stranger 2: Ughhh Brits Stranger 1: You sound sexuallu frustrated Stranger 2: Nope, no problem there Stranger 1: There is Stranger 1: I believe it’s your looks Stranger 2: You on the other hand sound like you’re about to go beg that ex of yours Stranger 1: loool Stranger 1: The irony Stranger 1: She’s begging me Stranger 2: Add cocky to that list of things I hate about y’all Stranger 1: whoaaah Stranger 1: maaam Stranger 1: calm down Stranger 1: I didn’t know ugly girls were so dangerous Stranger 2 HAS DISCONNECTED

FOIL – Lucia Cristiani, Guido Sbattella, Marco Secondin, Nicolò Tedeschi
Via Sarzana 40, Milan
Wednesday, July 22 at 6:00pm – 11:00pm

Starting from the idea raised by #6PM of a large scale cataloging, accumulation and storage of information, we decided to work on a type of image collection that is characteristic of our generation: the sticker album. The FOIL project came about and developed in this context. The term foil not only refers to rare/metallic finish stickers but also an alter-ego, a figure in contrast to the main character in fictional narratives.

Sticker albums are a sort of fun, private micro archive of images that both evoke and contrast the infinite collections of shared, delocalised images on social media. The sticker image is a partial view, a snippet of a multitude of potential images, a possible glimpse, a vision of identifiable and collectible details in a closed spatial dimension.

Each artist has to tackle the idea of creating images in sticker format to make his or her project. The artists must therefore follow these shared guidelines and develop their own individual work within those parameters.

Melons, screwdrivers and other short tales. A one night art exhibition at WeMake, Milan’s Makerspace/Fablab
Marco Cadioli, Alessandro Capozzo, Matteo Cremonesi, Kamilia Kard, Marco Mendeni, Flavio Scutti
WeMake, via stefanardo da vimercate 27/5 –milano
July 22, 2015, at 6.00 PM

The project MELONS SCREWDRIVERS AND OTHER SHORT TALES came about in the context of the 6PM global network and was produced in the WeMake labs, the makerspace in Milan. It is an exhibition project that aims to explore venues that are far removed from classic galleries and institutions and offer a point of contact between art and mass production. The end result is an entirely atypical exhibition in which the viewer’s attention shifts constantly between the allure of the art works and the appeal of the machines and tools in the FabLab.

Mauro Ceolin – Stratigraphy
Milan, 45°28’25.0″N 9°12’01.4″E
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Notes are an intermediate stage in research work. Art is a seminal process that stimulates the development of theories, in the context of an artistic practice that takes an interdisciplinary stance with respect to science. Since 2010 I have been applying this methodology to my daily intuitions / inferences, studying the phenomena of the collective imagination expressed in digital environments by members of post-literate societies. My obervations gave rise to the notions at the heart of the project ContemporaryNaturalism. The continuous stratification of notes will be the subject matter of my piece. www.rgbproject.com

#desARTification – When Desert is Turned into Art
Bipersonale di Nik Barte e Antonio Comini
Sabrina Raffaghello, Milano
Via Gorani, 7
Opening: July 22, 2015 from 6.00 PM
From July 22 to 27; from September 14 to 27, 2015

Antonio Comini is inspired by the shapes of the various elements and materials found in nature. “Inspired by Mother Nature” is the famous slogan used by the artist. “My aesthetic sense and my hands are often driven by the form of the sand, dunes, rocks and soil, seen in the desert. Every work of art is unique like unique is the shape of the dunes and unique is every single stone. I want to use lights and shadows, materials, volumes, patterns, as a media to talk about the important topic of desertification. I desire to touch the heart of the people using my work, talking about the desertification of the fertile soil through the vision of my artifacts.”

Jacques Bonhomme – Revueltas campesina en contra de las exigencias de los señores feudales
“In My Computer”, Milano
Private event
July 22, 2015 from 6.00 PM

The event takes place entirely on a computer, in a modern operating system. The initiative consists of several juxtaposed windows containing web pages, images, text and video, found through online searches. During the event various screenshots related to this content will be created and uploaded to Twitter. The connections between the content are open-ended, according to personal taste and the materials that result from Google search queries, in turn based on a free association of ideas. The search began with the word “jacquerie”, the name given to peasant uprisings in Medieval France during the economic and political crisis sparked by the Hundred Years War. All images uploaded to the Twitter account @_bonhomme_ are linked in some way, and each is a response to the one that precedes it, yet the connections are open-ended because images can express a multitude of concepts and meanings.

Forma Meravigli, Milan
Via Meravigli 5
July 22, 2015, from 18.30

Video collection #2, from 18:30: ALESSANDRO SAMBINI &THE COOL COUPLE – You are hear; MATTEO PASIN – Formazioni Molari. Tagli urbani; GIUSEPPE DEMATTIA, NICO PASQUINI – Milano / Isola – Live Performance


Media Art in Education
Fondazione Mondo Digitale, Roma
Via del Quadraro 102
Wednesday, July 22at 6:00pm

Two sound performances… Simone Pappalardo and E.T.E.R.E. will perform old and new electronic media meanwhile Apotropia and Lino Strangis will present the artistic projects in the Innovation Gym. The Innovation Gym is a place endowed by technologies (immersive lab, game lab, video lab, fablab, robotic center) open to the artistic creativity.

Where is Dawn now? #2
Pastificio Cerere Foundation, Rome
Via degli Ausoni 7
Wednesday, July 22at 6:00pm

The Fondazione Pastificio Cerere presents the second event in the project Where is Dawn now?, conceived by Leonardo Petrucci and developed in collaboration with INAF-IAPS, ASI and NASA. The Dawn space probe, launched by NASA in 2007, entered the orbit of Ceres last March and on that occasion, in the courtyard of Pastificio Cerere, we presented the first photograph of the large spherical form of the dwarf planet. For the second event we will install a closer, more detailed photograph that reveals more about the surface of Ceres, accompanied by a text by the astronomer Giuseppe Piazzi, who discovered Ceres completely by chance in January 1801. The idea of combining Pastificio Cerere and the planet Ceres (Cerere is the Italian translation of Ceres) has to do with more than just the name, evoking a singular coincidence: in conjunction with this astronomical event, 2015 was the 110th anniversary of the construction of Pastificio Ceres and 10 years since the Fondazione Pastificio Cerere was established.

Curated by: Abbiatici Levy, with: Stefano Canto, Abinadi Meza, Matteo Nasini
SandBar c/o Mastino, Via Silvi Marina 18, Fregene (RM)

The works of Canto, Meza and Nasini tackle the interpretation and perception of reality through sound. Playing with the acoustic ambiguity generated between reality and sound recordings, the artists explore the idea of creating soundscapes and mental places corresponding to meta-subjective realities. Though sampled from reality, these soundscapes are not real yet, paradoxically, they create the illusion of multiple, temporally displaced realities. Each sound recorded resembles a siren song, existing in a parallel space-time dimension which is a virtual reality we can only enter by pressing play.

The event will also present CONTAIN[ERA], a cultural project involving contemporary art organizations based in different European countries, conceived by Art Direct, Prague and promoted in Italy by Label201.

CONTAIN[ERA] refers to the post-Internet age and the issue that it raises can be summed up in a few basic questions: it is possible to reverse the process of the dematerialization of information, thus positing a return to tangibility? And if so, how can we transfer this new, materialized information?

Those taking part in the event Sirens, Songs and Beyond will have a 10% discount for the post-event dinner at the restaurant Mastino di Fregene.


Materia Sonica
A+B Gallery, Brescia
Via Gabriele Rosa 20a
July 22 – 31, 2015. Opening: July 22 at 6.00 PM
a cura di Dario Bonetta, Rossella Moratto, Fabio Volpi

Materia sonica explores the audio-visual relationship or clash between material and sound from multiple points of view, starting from the idea of sound sculpture, as a percussive object, or the result of a “cymatic” process based on the morphogenetic effect of soundwaves, or an acoustic interpretation of the spatial dimension of different settings.

The project is the brainchild of Fabio Volpi (dies_), and is conceived as a developing research platform that aims to compare and interface different artistic practices characterised by audio-visual and performative elements that relate to the venues where the event takes place.

Brescia, Italy
Private event, online only
July 22, 2015 at 6.00 PM

Antonio Cavadini a.k.a tonylight sending pictures from another galaxy.

Bruno Muzzolini
Brescia, Italy
Private event, online only
“Fly” – Trailer, 2015

Fly explores the spaces inhabited by a group of Icelandic aviators that constructs and pilots gliders.

Nicola Civiero e Nicola Evangelisti – La Teoria degli Opposti
Galleria Paci Arte, Brescia
Via Carlo Cattaneo, 20
July 22, from 6.00 PM


Carloalberto Treccani
Artist’s studio, Iseo
Private event, online only

Green is an ongoing project of documentation of green plants, green trees and ornamental green plants in public spaces.

Alberto Frigo​ – ​​Chrono Vehicle 1.0​
Valle delle Cascate ​/ Piccole Dolomiti
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Throughout the month of July, I will be at the foot of the dolomites building an astronaut like vehicle meant to host 12 years of my lifelogging experiment. Elements like the photos of every object I have used since 2003, my dreams etc. will be encapsulated inside and deposited in the wild landscape as if waiting to survive a natural calamity.

#reboot. A solo exhibition by Barbara and Ale
B/A studio, Saronno (VA)
catering by @krispen_cb
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

The exhibition reflects on how Vimeo, Instagram and other smartphone apps have changed the way we manage and communicate our works. From Instagram to #reboot, and back.

SPAZIENNE N_SET sistema espositivo tele-visibile
Un progetto di Stefano Comensoli, Nicolò Colciago, Federica Clerici, Alberto Bettinetti, Giulia Fumagalli
MAGAZZINO – via per Cesate 64 – 20024 Garbagnate Milanese MI
July 23, 2015 from 6.30 PM
Preview: July 22, 2015 at 6.00 PM

The piece explores the creation of an exhibition device in a confined space. It aims to investigate the possibility of constructing a physical/virtual exhibiting system, and at the same time, and present the modus operandi underpinning SPAZIENNE.

See you at Jorn’s at 6 pm
Casa Museo Asger Jorn – Albissola Marina (Savona)
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

G.A.P. Glurns Art Point – Glorenza (Bolzano)
July 23 – August 3, 2015. Opening: July 22 at 6.00 PM
With Andreas Zingerle (KairUs) and Valentina Colella
Curated by Davide Bevilacqua

The relational dynamics of the internet revolve around anonymity and made-up identities, as well as the complete absence of filters or distance in digital encounters with strangers.

‘Your unread messages will shortly be deleted’ is a recurrent expression in our virtual culture, typical of online scams, where the victim is pressured in order to extort money or sensitive information.

Our urge to communicate is irrepressible, as is the anxiety we feel over losing a contact or missing a digital event. And for the artist the medium becomes an aesthetic space packed with life, emotions and thoughts, to explore through genuine performative acts.

Patrick Tuttofuoco – Dynasty 2015
dispari&dispari project, Reggio nell’Emilia, Italy
May 22 – September 20, 2015
Special opening: July 22 at 6.00 PM

DYNASTY is a solo show by artist Patrick Tuttofuoco that continues the research initiated with the public art project “… Mom, Dad” staged in miart in Milan in April 2015. The new exhibition is the second key episode in the artist’s collaboration with Nicola Ricciardi (curator of both projects) and Andrea Sassi (director of dispari&dispari and producer of the work): a collaboration which aims to trace and reinterpret 15 years of work by Tuttofuoco, in a narration based on the theme of the portrait, set to end this autumn with the publication of a monograph by Mousse Publishing.

Elisa Giardina Papa – Open Studio @alicudi
Artist’s studio, Island of Alicudi, Sicily.
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Elisa Giardina Papa will participate to 6PM Your Local Time Europe from a temporary studio in Alicudi.
Alicudi is one of the smallest and remotest island of the Aeolian archipelago, Sicily. From there, making the most of the few Internet covered corners, she will share stills from her work in progress.

eve ar:v. Atelier Aperto 2015
Via Forte Marghera, 30, Venezia
Curated by: Matteo Efrem Rossi

eve ar:v. Atelier Aperto is a space where the public will be able to meet the artists in residence at Atelier di Eventi Arte Venezia in Forte Marghera, and see their latest works and ongoing projects. Taking part in 6PMEU are: Thomas Braida, Elisa Bortolussi, Alberto Favretto, Rachele Maistrello, Lucio Serpani, Spela Volcic with Antonia Bonura and Enkelejd Doja.

F4 / un’idea di Fotografia – Progetto Nord-Est
Fondazione Francesco Fabbri
Villa Brandolini, Pieve di Soligo (Tv)
Private event, online only
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

The central theme of the fifth F4 Festival/ un’idea di Fotografia is the landscape of north east Italy, the focus of a series of studies carried out in recent years and new site-specific commissions that convey the complexity of these areas, also in the light of the processes of social change under way: the recession, the area’s changing identity and the iconography of hybrid landscapes.

The exhibition Progetto Nord-Est. A landscape of contradictions and conflicts, curated by Carlo Sala, presents the work of some of the best up and coming photographers in Italy. These artists go beyond the surface appearance of the land, creating works that explore the changes, conflicts and reflections in progress. There are many issues at stake: the transformation of the landscape, the redefinition of its identity and social tensions in general.

The new projects featured include Padania Classics by Filippo Minelli, which traces the elements and symbols that characterise the so-called “macro-region” of Northern Italy: its warehouses and papier mache monuments, its roundabouts and road junctions, emblems of a landscape devoted to profit and devoid of culture.

Giovanni Fredi – Everyone has something to share
Shanghai, China
Private event, online only
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Guido Segni – Wiring Wired Fired
Artist studio
Private event, online only
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

After a year long subscription, I’m going to perform a hot-wiring action on my personal wired magazine collection using a tutorial found on the Internet*.
The whole performance will be staged in my private studio and documented and streamed on Instagram using the hastag #6pmeu in the context of the “6pm your local time Europe” event.
The whole event will be accessible only through its documentation on my Instagram account, my twitter account and my website.

Via Azzo Giardino 12C
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM – July 23, up to 6.00 PM

TO FOLLOW THE SUNSET is a 24 hour project by LOCALEDUE, developed by Marco Casella, Mattia Pajè and Gabriele Tosi. The project is a next step of the exhibition 490nm<generator<570nm curated by Lelio Aiello. In “To Follow the Sunset”, the exhibition will become an instrument for a digital performance. Exploiting the show as a huge green screen, To Follow the Sunset plans to create 48 photomontages using the last image uploaded with the hashtag #sunset around the world. The images will be shared in real time on our Instagram account.

#EDEN & #ThePerfectLife
by Mara Cassiani and Centrale FIES art work space
Centrale Fies, Dro, Trentino
Wednesday, July 22 at 6:00pm

#EDEN is the uncanny and mysterious attraction for the luxurious spa experience and the introspective trip of the religious pilgrimage.
Spa as a real life. Eden. Motivational mantra. Prayers. Multi sensorial rite. Sensory in overload and download. Idolize your body, Adore yourself.
A path in the ritualistic Spa reality as an esoteric prayer practice . Eden as a ecosystem.
#PerfectLife is referred to the marketing experience of Life and Desire.

Max Serradifalco – Boundless Photography
Planetario di Palermo, Museo della Terra e dello Spazio
Piazza San Francesco di Paola – Palermo
Wednesday, July 22 at 6:00pm – 10:00pm

From 6 pm onwards groups will be able to access the Planetarium of Palermo and visit my photo exhibition, as well as watching a show about the planets screened in the dome: a sort of journey that takes the viewer from the earth to the outer limits of the solar system.

ANAGRAM PRELUDE – Marco Signorini at Metronom
Digital Project Launch
Metronom – Modena
Viale G. Amendola,142
July 22, 2015 from 6.00 PM

In Anagram the digital manipulation is an integral part of the production of the images. The selected apps, through algorithms, elaborate and modify the original pictures in random combinations. A continuous transformation is enacted, and it can be verified only once the choice is made, which is the true digital act. The random process of modification is not casual, but it is rather based on analysis, and it has strong connections with quantum physics an the principle of uncertainty. These images are progressively more and more far from the reassuring figurative representation of reality, in order to adapt to the world made of particles we belong to.

Fonte&Poe – Video Screening
Museo Civico Castelbuono
Castelbuono (PA), Piazza Castello
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

La giostra dell’avvicinamento (rituale per 8 persone e 8 rapaci imbalsamati), 2015 videoprojection by Fonte&Poe. The video was realized during the I-ART residency project in Castelbuono (PA) in spring 2015, as a collaboration between the Museo Civico and the Naturalistic Museum “Francesco Minà Palumbo” in Castelbuono. After studying the historic, artistic and cultural heritage of Castelbuono, Fonte & Poe produced a performance and the video documentation of this has become part of the permanent collection of the Museo Civico di Castelbuono. The video shows a secular ritual set up by the artists: displaced on a pedestal or circular altar, are eight stuffed specimens of birds of prey of the Madonie Mountains, from the collection of the Naturalistic  Minà Palumbo Museum. Around the pedestal, forming the vertices of an imperceptible octagon, eight people from Castelbuono by turn each holds in their hands an egg made of ice for as long as possible, then passing it on to the person next to them. At the same time, these eight people attempt an impossible contact with the glazed eyes of the birds.

Università degli Studi di Teramo
Via Renato Balzarini 1, Teramo
Wednesday, July 22 at 5:00pm – 8:00pm

#mapyourselfie is a project conceived by Raffaella Morselli – lecturer at the Faculty of Communication Sciences at the University of Teramo and Vice Rector for Culture – in collaboration with Mario Savini, a PhD student on the course “Artistic and Musical Production”. The aim is to celebrate and promote the local area by means of an emotional map created directly by users posting selfies. Anyone can raise awareness of local excellences by sharing and geolocalizing images on Instagram with the hashtag #mapyourselfie: an online map shows the photos of those taking part in the initiative. The project will be presented on Wednesday 22 July at 5 pm in the Degree Hall of the Faculty of Communication Sciences, University of Teramo, where all the images uploaded will be displayed.

Roberto Fassone/Valeria Mancinelli – Belfagor
Asti, intervention in public space
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Belfagor is a project in order to look for belfagor, our missing dragon

AWAKENING. Immagini per il risveglio sociale
S.a.L.E. Docks, Magazzini del Sale, Dorsoduro 265, Venice
July 22, 2015

AWAKENING. Immagini per il risveglio sociale is an exhibition that documents the work of AWAKENING, an international photographers’ collective set up with the aim of raising awareness of various social issues by means of photo journalism in urban areas. Their work is inspired by that of the French photojournalists #Dysturb. AWAKENING has its roots in activism, in the context of a movement where photographers – often excluded from traditional channels of information – reappropriate their work to elude editorial control and commercial manipulation.

Luca Leggero _ Google Art on Canvas
Ultra c/o eflux studio, Udine
Via Mantica 7
Curated by: Filippo Lorenzin
July 22 – August 5, 2015. Opening: Jul 22 at 6:00pm

ULTRA is pleased to announce Google Art on Canvas, the solo exhibition by artist Luca Leggero curated by Filippo Lorenzin who presents his new series of works. During the opening, the artist will be interviewed by curator Filippo Lorenzin: the conversation will be followed by guests of ULTRA and in live streaming, with the online service Periscope.
Google Art on Canvas is the exhibition wherewith the artist Luca Leggero presents his new works, the result of reflections on the newest ways to see artworks. For this series, the artist cut and zoomed parts of high-resolution images of some of the most famous paintings in art history, in order to show their more intimate and inaccessible grain, as defined by Roland Barthes. Starting with a study on the spectacularization of art, the artist has reflected on the mediation process the art works face when they are filmed and photographed with the newest technology.

Tea Andreoletti – I will be there
Gromo, Italy
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

The work will record a journey: my journey to reach Brescia castle on 22 July 2015. On the internet I will document the various stages of the trip to get to the open air installation in Brescia where my physical presence will be a “live” part of the flow of documentation submitted.

Vincenzo Marsiglia – Be Reflected
Spazio ICAS, Crema
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Be Reflected aims to spark a process of introspection in front of interactive works in which the viewer’s image is modified by software and an iPad app.

Miltos Manetas – Internet Pavilion
Posting from Bogota, Colombia
Online only
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Luca Panaro
TRA Treviso Ricerca Arte
Ca’ dei Ricchi, Via Barberia 25 Treviso
July 22, 2015 from 6.00 PM

Wednesday 22 July 2015 at 20.45, to coincide with F4 / Un’idea di fotografia, TRA Treviso Ricerca Arte hosts an event dedicated to the culture of photography and contemporary art; the young art and photography critic Luca Panaro, one of the most active and original players on the national scene, will present his latest book, Visite brevi, published by Quinlan in 2015.


All Together Now at 6pm Your Local Time
July 22, 2015

A group of artists will be hosting a series of live actions including a seance, a poke party, a poetry reading and sculptures.
Artists include: Lucas Battich, Elleke Hageman, Max Dovey, thereisamajorprobleminaustralia, Jeffery P. Hasler.

MAMA’s challenge: finding the hacker to resolve Mohamed Tourich
Showroom MAMA, Rotterdam
Witte de Withstraat 29-31
July 22, 2015, 6.00 – 7.00 PM

As part of the presentation ‘Challenge Accepted’ Mohamed Tourich, one of the Animated Youngsters (Rookies jr collective 2015), created an online game challenging the visitors to hack his code. On 22 July, between 6 and 7 pm, MAMA participates in #6pmEU. Who will #win and who will #lose from #MohamedT?  With contributions by: Animated Youngsters Collective: Quinten Algra (1999), Teun Beens (1999), Nica Bol (1999), Mohammed Daoud (1998), Bart Hahn (1999), Melissa Klein (1996), Pien Poncin (2000), Iris de Smit (1999), Mohamed Tourich (1997)

6PM YLT DAM BB AFK BYOF || S && F Soup ed.
Cafe Budapest, Amsterdam
Wg Terrein, Pesthuilslaan (behind Buddah)
July 22, 2015, 17.00 – 22.00

6 PM YOUR LOCAL TIME Amsterdam BrowserBased Away From Keyboard Bring Your Own Fork or Spoon and Fork — B/C Budapest has no Spoons — Soup edition. BrowserBased is an Amsterdam-based research platform focusing on Digital Arts and Culture. For 6PMYOURLOCALTIME BrowserBased will gather during the Budapest soup evenings, to explore the latest works of the BB community and to offer visitors and participants the chance to present their newest work and ongoing projects and problems. Presentations by Jan Robert Leegte, Radovan Misovic, Rosa Menkman, Rad0 and Vera Hoveling are confirmed.
You are welcome to join, please by fork / (or spoon).

Martine Neddam (Mouchette) – MyDesktopLife, the Workshop. A collaboration event
artist’s studio, Amsterdam
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

MyDesktopLife is an original software, a new online webmixer. During the workshop, collaborators, friends, participants will gather and work together to share the use MyDesktopLife with the new CMS. There will be James Hudson the developer, Stephanie Boisset, web designer, David Gauthier, artist, and others, in the flesh or onscreen. Participants will join to learn the use of this software with us, or just to celebrate the pleasure and the interest of creating new works of art inside a browser.

Peter Luining – Pico Performance 171
Amsterdam, public space
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

A Pico Performance is a short enduring performance aimed at objects in the city that are very temporary, old buildings just before they are torn down, billboards without posters, etc. People are invited by sms and/or email to join within a very short time span.



Oliwia Blawat – Internet is full of dreams
Bydgoszcz, artist’s studio
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

A live photo performance from a tent, part of the online project Internet is full of dreams.

Tymek Borowski – SNEAK PEEK / Works in progress \ sketches + concepts / Brainstorming
Artist’s studio, Warsaw

“Behind the scenes” from the artist’s studio – screenshots, photos, sketches and discussions with collaborators.


Adela Muntean / Árpád Daradics
Curated by Hunor Fogarasi
Assistant Rita Fazakas
KORUNK Studio Gallery
Kolozsvár / Cluj Napoca, Romania
July 22 -31, 2015. Opening time: 18:00-21:00


Save Mon3y with us | Vasily Zaitsev
Online only
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM


Iva Kontic – AGIT-PROP-FLASH-MOB (or The Workers’ Dance into the Twilight)
Series of public street performances: 16 May 2015, 18:00, Marienhof, Munich, DE / 25 June 2015, 19:00, Trg Republike, Belgrade, RS / 06 July 2015, 19:30, Plaza de Mayor, Madrid, ES
Online only

AGIT-PROP-FLASH-MOB (or The Workers’ Dance into the Twilight) presents a series of public performances made in different geo-social contexts as part of the artist’s PhD research project at University of Arts in Belgrade. It explores the role of artistic intervention inside the current socio-economic scenario and the potential of art being an active agent of social change. The three performances from Munich, Belgrade and Madrid will be presented online on July 22, and displayed as a video installation at the public art space Dom Omladine Beograda in Belgrade from 29 October to 8 November 2015. www.ivakontic.com 


Kulturno izobraževalno društvo PiNA – Jesusonecstasy + IZLAND
Audio-visual performance
Izola, Slovenia
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Emil Kozole – Tinder surprise
Project presentation
Private event, Centralna Postaja, Ljubljana

On 22h of July I will use Tinder app to set up as many dates with both women and men as possible. What they do not know is, they will be coming to my 24th birthday party.

Jernej Čuček Gerbec and Luka Komat – Forest Plenum
Audio-video performance
Cela nad Vardo Forest, GPS coordinates 45.510062, 13.864698
Google maps: http://goo.gl/maps/B0LBX

A session is organized where interest-related people gather and try to augment their leisure time by exercising their interests, be it sound, visual, talk, meditation, discourse, learning… A visual and sound installation will be the wireframe for the plenum.

Aksioma Project Space, Ljubljana
Komenskega 18
8 – 31 July 2015

Continuing our opus of the exploration of the typology of invasive species, through intersections of geopolitical parameters on one side and local-sociological paradigms on the other, we picked some of the signifiers of the national cultural heritage and transformed them into the Survival Kit for the Anthropocene (after which the present geological epoch is named).
This kind of intervention into design encourages reflection on the dynamics of market globalization. The latter corporately cannibalizes local economic dynamics and (re)directs them to the common signifier (uniformity) – the franchise. With the subverted franchise Survival Kit for the Anthropocene – Trailer, which serves as discursive agent, we can, after all, ask ourselves about existential dynamics in the near future reality in which the survival of the species will depend much more on the knowledge of the local environment than on univocal adoption of global ecological ideas on the basis of the common ideological denominator.

Robertina Sebjanic – Packing for Bilaga – Aurelia 1+hz / resistance sensitive synth
Vožarski pot 8, Ljubljana
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Under the mail-art project BILAGA a new work by Robertina Šebjanič is soon to be released. In preparation of posting the work on the 24th in Italy a final packing of the work will take place in the artist living room in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on the 22 of July at 6pm. Aurelia 1+hz / resistance sensitive synth” the simple circuit has an oscillator and a resistive sensor. It has also a small piezo speaker that produces sounds when you touch it.


Bernardo Villar – Inside the www.whit3cu.be
Online Gallery, Madrid
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

When Inside the White Cube first appeared in Artforum in 1976, its impact was immediate. Without a doubt, O’Doherty was the first to explicitly confront a particular crisis in postwar art as he sought to examine the assumptions on which the modern commercial and museum gallery was based. 
Concerned with the complex and sophisticated relationship between economics, social context, and aesthetics as represented in the contested space of the art gallery, he raises the question of how artists must construe their work in relation to the gallery space and system.
But, what happens nowadays when this relationship takes place between the post-modern commercial and museum gallery and Digital Art?
Despite the fact that both Digital Art and Net.art have the ability to dissolve this dependence, does it seem that it still survives as a decisive factor in their future development, and social reception? Furthermore, what can Digital & Net.art do Inside the White Cube?

Myriam Solar – New Future & FieldLab of primordial worlds
Biofractal e-Museum, Madrid
Online only
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Experimentation processes in the margins of the beginning where the same systems build their uniqueness properties that will lead to masterpieces of new future is the focus of Biofractal e-Museum organized this exhibition of origins, evolution processes and organisms created in the water, earth, nature, human-machine interaction and interspecies.
The masterpieces that exhibits permits to expand the concept of complexity art and aesthetics in interplay with science, technology, nature and environment from other experiments, an epistemology that includes the unknown of parallel world and of biodiversity to rethink our relationship with the world and species around us.

They Are These Or They May Be Others
L21 Gallery, Palma (Mallorca)
Curated by Pau Waelder
c/ San Martì 1
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Cristina Garrido presents a remote controlled installation of her series of photographs based on the most used elements in contemporary art installations. At L21, a networked projection allows the artist to choose the content of the exhibition by posting different images on a website. Elsewhere on the web, the photos from #TheyAreTheseOrTheyMayBeOthers will be spread virally on social networks and art websites.

Webcam Chat with intimidad – Intimidad Romero
Intimidad’s Room Barcelona | Online

Webcam Chat with the faceless celebrity well-known for using her intimate photos as the main source for social interaction in the web 2.0. By cyberperformances, Intimidad understands the media not as a mere container but as an essential part in identity’s self-design within contemporary societies.

Environment Dress, by Maria Castellanos & Alberto Valverde
LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Gijón
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Environment Dress proposes to create a smart dress that captures environment data to measure the aggressiveness around us and analyzing how it affects our mood and behavior.
Environment Dress is a project by the Asturian artist María Castellanos and the Madrid native Alberto Valverde. The proposal has been selected as winning project of Next Things 2015 – Conducta, el Cuarto Desafío Global de Arte y Tecnología, a joint call by Telefónica I+D, a research, development and innovation company of Grupo Telefónica, and LABoral. Both artist are developing their wereable during a production Residency at LABoral.


Sachiko Hayashi – Late Afternoon Tea Garden Party
Fridensberg, private event
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Collaborative Connectivity
Epic Unidragon Gallery, Gothenburg
Masthuggskajen, Gothenburg, Sweden
July 22, 2015 from 6.00 PM

Exploration into the space between two sides of the canal of Gothenburg, prototyping an invisible bridge.


Alan Bogana – The Hypothetical Cabinet of Phlogistronics
Alan Bogana’s studio, Zurich (preview of the upcoming exhibition at Kunsthaus Langenthal)
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

A preview from the studio space of the Swiss artist Alan Bogana, where he’s preparing a solo show at the Kunsthaus Langenthal in Switzerland, which will open on the 26th of August 2015. The show will consist of a light-driven Wunderkammern focusing on mineral shapes and structures which are mediated, manipulated and distorted by means of techniques such as 3D scanning and holography. The artworks will be visible by means of a network of different dynamic light sources mounted on motors.

Poetics and Politics of Data
HeK, Basel
Freilager-Platz 9, 4142 Münchenstein
29.05 – 30.08, 2015

The exhibition “Poetics and Politics of Data” reflects life in a world increasingly controlled by data. Every day, each of us generates a nearly incomprehensible amount of data: Our every move on the Internet leaves behind a digital trace. Given the phenomena of “Big Data” and “Data Mining” – the evaluation of data – artistic positions are taken that aim to make continuous streams of data visible – whether using Internet-based installations or graphic data visualizations – and to pose critical questions about the ambivalence of life in a “datified” world.

Pier Giorgio De Pinto – Music was my first love
MACT & CACT Arte Contemporanea Ticino, Bellinzona
Via Tamaro 3
July 22, 2015 – 18.00-22.00

A performance & interactive immersive environment by Pier Giorgio De Pinto. What the visitors see, once entered the place of the performance, is a visualscape generated only by the music chosen from the viewer himself. The images created by the software and that interacts with the viewer are created in real time and are not pre-registered; so the images are always completely brand new, each time.


Mert Keskin a.k.a HAYDIROKET – Dial-up Dreams
Artist’s studio, Istanbul, and online
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Today we live in a society in which spurious realities are manufactured by the media, by governments, by big corporations, by religious groups — and the electronic hardware exists by which to deliver these pseudo-worlds right into heads of the reader, the viewer, the listener. Artists confirmed so far: Aaron HayesAnıl Çelik, Ben GrosserEllectra RadikalErik Buth (Hexeosis), Esra Özkavcı, Haydiroket, Jon CatesLorna MillsMathieu St-PierreMax CapacityMert GünhanMichaël Systaime BorrasPetar Grancharov (Trapers), The Current Sea, Tù.úk’z, Yura MironZeynep Kayan, Adam Ferris. Curated by Mert Keskin a.k.a Haydiroket

A selection from Mixer Open Space
Mumhane St. 48, Istambul
Visiting Hours: Tuesday-Friday 12 pm-8 pm / Saturday-Sunday 1 pm-9 pm

Mixer’s large and multi-purpose gallery space in Tophane district has two main areas: The exhibition area and the Open Space. The Open Space is where artist’s works are displayed on a rotational basis. Adjoining our Open Space is Mixer’s Temporary Exhibition Area showcasing a programme of cutting-edge contemporary shows held with the involvement of a combination of established artists and independent arts professionals.
An elaborate selection from Open Space is also being shown at Mixer Summer which is located in Karaköy district.


amaCollective & David Price – A Journey based on Irony and Suspense
Lecture Theatre, London Metropolitan University
41-47 Commercial Rd, London
July 22, 2015, from 5 to 6.30 pm

A journey based on irony and suspense is the result of a collaborative endeavor that features work from artists Stephen Kavanagh, Agata Cieslak, David Price, Andy Roche, Sebastian Rozenberg and Dan Scott.
How faithfully can the structure of a film, or a soundtrack, represent a distinct narrative? Where does a story end and where does it begin? Through video and sound, this sequence of works challenges the perception of reality and fiction, encouraging the viewer to embrace an endless series of possibilities, interpretations and vivid investigations. Each of the works locate themselves firmly in a setting, geographical, technical or conceptual, and from this vantage point ask themselves how they have been made. “What is that we are part of? And what is that we are?”

AND presents: Project Daedalus Showcase
Somerset House, London
Strand, WC2R 1LA
July 22, 2015, at 4:00pm8:00pm in UTC+01

This showcase is the culmination of a year long research project, Project Daedalus, which has looked into how drones can be employed for creative purposes, creating new storytelling techniques and interactive environments. It will include the launch of the Project Daedalus Drone Toolkit which will be an open source resource, specifically designed for use by arts and cultural organisations. Research project has been a collaboration with Marshmallow Laser Feast, Abandon Normal Devices and The University of Salford.

A_M women meet up
Arcadia Missa, London
Unit 6 Bellenden Road Business Centre
SE15 4RF (Entrance on Lyndhurst Way)
July, 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

From 6pm we will begin our journeys to each other, and then meet.

Five Years, London
66 Regents Studios, 8 Andrews Rd, London E8 4QL
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

A group show featuring the work of Oona Grimes, Mark Jackson, James Lowne, Clare Mitten, Mia Taylor . “We built top down and outside-in, we chose the planets and engineered the collision; a shared universe for use by many authors. In an experimental form of alternative catalogue production, exhibition artists and invited  guests come together to explore the worlds and overlapping themes in Delta. Cut-and-paste snippets of conversation, crispy-snack-drawings and egg-timed exchanges will provide a forum for discovery and reflection, uploaded and archived digitally and physically throughout the evening.

Maciej Blazejewski – Private Screening
London Metropolitan University, London
166-220 Holloway Rd, London N7 8DB
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

A private screening of a few of the artist’s video/moving image works to a few invited people, followed by a Q&A session.

Digesting Recipes: The art of culinary notation
Res., Deptford, London
Enclave 1-3, 50 Resolution Way, Deptford SE8 4AL
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Launch of Digesting Recipes, a new book by Susannah Worth, published by Zero Books. An evening of food, performance and readings by the author and invited artists Meg Ferguson, Mario D’Agostino, Martha Rosler and Georgia Twigg. Alongside food in the form of homages to Bobby Baker’s Packed Lunch and Alison Knowles’ Make A Salad and some very special cakes, Georgia Twigg will present You Don’t Eat the Skin, an interactive fruit and vegetable installation that reflects on the themes in Digesting Recipes of instruction, ritual and performance, and Mario D’Agostino will perform a pizza dough demonstration according to a family recipe.

Simone Monsi, Frederique Pisuisse, Andrea Williamson – #magichour
Area 51, London
Hackney Wick, E9 5EN
Jul 22 at 6:00pm to Jul 26 at 8:30pm in UTC+01

Magic hour is the best time of day for vivid colours and formal clarity in photography and happens just as the day’s light is fading out. As recently proposed by anthropologist Michael Taussig, he linked this magical but also somewhat melancholic time to our current position at the end of the Anthropocene. Toying with the idea of an exhibition as a digital-readymade existing through collective documentation, the apparatus of image circulation will be inhabited with ideas that might call attention to the precarity of our temporal situation on this earth.
Seduced by mood of romance, anticipation, beauty and fear from the final (#death) scene of Baz Luhrmann’s William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet, where Romeo approaches the assumed corpse of his lover, it is reimagined in the form of an atmospheric set. The scene interprets the idea of magic hour, sincerity, vulnerability, awareness and beauty as tools of transgression rather than subsumption under the capitalist machine. #magichour is an exhibition by artists Simone Monsi, Frederique Pisuisse and Andrea Williamson in collaboration with Àngels Díaz Miralda Tena.

Artist Night
Studio Manifold, Haggerston, London
Arch 33 Ermine Mews, Laburnum Street
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

A evening for Artists and Designer to meet, get together and have a drink and share stories

Syncing / Urban / Rural / 0.24 k
London / Snowdonia
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

A digital experiment linking twitter feeds from contrasting locations into one feed (to sync the big city with the remote place). The goal is to observe the changes over time in the different locations (at the same time). Potentially we will be able to compile our resulting material afterwards into a digital display.

Night at the Museum. The Museum of Contemporary Commodities (MoCC) at Furtherfield, London
Furtherfield, London
McKenzie Pavilion, Finsbury Park, London, N4 2NQ
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

The Museum of Contemporary Commodities (MoCC): presenting the things we buy today as the heritage of tomorrow. The Museum of Contemporary Commodities is neither a building nor a permanent collection of stuff – it’s an invitation. To consider every shop, online store and warehouse full of stuff as if it were a museum, and all the things in it part of our collective future heritage. Through social media, we invite online audiences to spend a night at the Museum of Contemporary Commodities , among the artifacts and exhibits of Finsbury Park, as they are illustrated, animated, and interpreted by members of the Museum’s staff.


Rory Laycock – GroupPlay Live
Langholm, Scotland
Private event
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

The Internet has become the new horizon – a platform for which we place ourselves within and determine our position in relation to its vast and ever-changing qualities. As we immerse ourselves, we find the self becoming more weightless to gravity – experiencing freeness and limitlessness that is unique to this platform. This event attempts to explore the internet’s platform and our cultural relationship to it. By remixing imagery – virtually and physically – this sense of leaping is questioned. The blue and green colours explore the sublime and how it can be modified through green-screen technology to create limitless space. 6PM Your Local Time Europe positions art practices within this new platform by using the internet’s accessibility to reach out to a global audience. This complements the ambitions of this event as it attempts to question the affect of sharing opinions on a global scale with familiar imagery and the act of play.

Margot Bowman – Trust – a w.e.t project
Secret Garden Party, Huntingdon, UK
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

Trust is an interactive, time based sculpture that explores the importance and fragility of trust in communities.
Trust is what underpins the notion of the community, from person to person, and person to nature; a shared sense of trust is how we exist together. Secret Garden Party serves as a microcosm of the kind of Utopian world we might build for ourselves, away from the constraints of paid labor but even in this world we walk a line between our own ‘shadow’ and ‘light’ tendencies with our experience mapped by the consequences their actions have both on each other and the natural world.
Created from an large industrial framework on to which bottles filled with local flowers will be placed. The flowers are removable, the bottles are not.
Over the course of the 3 days of the festival the flowers will be taken. Each time a flower is taken, a bottle is emptied and this centralised monument becomes ‘less beautiful’ with less flowers on it, but at the same time that flower is taken out into the festival – decentralising the beauty and creating an experience for the taker (and potential receiver).
With the dream of unlimited natural resources over and the community continuing to draw from this beautiful but un-replenished resource we will have to learn a new sense of responsibility with with what we do have. One could even argue that if these natural objects are to be exploited in this way (cut and left in the sun) surely they should at least be enjoyed by individuals?
Trust is an open experiment, how many flowers will be taken? How far does the community sway between the good of the group, the good of the self and the good of wider ecosystem? These are the questions the piece raises.

Dafna Ganani – Net & Other Performativities
Online only, from Washington DC
July 22, 2015, from 6.00 PM

My art practice is about the politics of ןdentity and its performance in cyberspace as IRL. It presents mediated (digital) performances using affect & code, & is disseminated by the World Wide Web, in social and artist networks. Through this artwork I tender reflexive conceptions of Self and Being, how presence & its representations in images of the body prevails dominant convention and its aberrant possibilities.