MindAIness : Digital Intimacy

BcmA are excited to present performance artists during performance month in Berlin in May 2024, which were selected in our Opencall. 
 
The dreamscape of a science-fiction reality with flying cars and hologram phone calls once seemed an unattainable future; a contradiction of our body-based life on earth. But as our lives become more entangled with technology, where the body ends and technology begins are perhaps no longer an easily answered question. Digitality and AI has become an extension of our brains and fingertips which impacts the way we communicate and express ourselves– both in our close personal relationships, yet also in a larger, geo-political way. Are our human longing for closeness and contact being compromised or made easier by the means of avatars and AI written love letters? By focusing on body and technology, we can explore the relations between these two entities that once were seen as opposite, but now are enclosing parts of human existence. Referring to digital communication as a different reality not real life no longer withstands. The notion of digital intimacy thus covers to the deep emotional between human that can support without the need for physical presence. Establishing and maintaining close and meaningful relationships are now within the digital proximity.
 
Programme:
Friday, May 10th
Noisy Chen
Turbojambon
 
Saturday, May 11th
Mona Hedayati
Jo Blin
 
For Part 2
 
Friday, May 24th
Stathis Roukas
Ashram J Pure
 
Saturday, May 25th
Engel P-Luck
Belcim Yavuz
 
The performances will happen in the BcmA Space at Manteuffelstraße 42 (new street name Audre-Lorde-Str. 78), 10997 Berlin.
 
 
Sincerely,
 
The curatorial team
 
Karina Villavicencio, Fie Ellen Jannerup & Ricardo de Larrea
 
BcmA
 
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BcmA – a non profit art space
 
BcmA operates as a non-profit platform that nurtures the growth of art and culture through a collaborative project space. Our core mission is to empower both emerging talents and established artists, enabling them to curate, exhibit, and collaborate, thereby invigorating the vibrant Berlin art scene. We want to clarify that we do not assume any costs for the participant artists who apply for the festival open call. Production budgets, artists fees and travel or accommodation expenses can not be covered by BcmA. We believe that artists should have the opportunity to showcase their work and explore the festival’s themes without any financial burden. However, BcmA is covering costs of the venue and digital marketing to promote the selected artists who participate in the open call. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to fie.bcma@outlook.com.
 
GPDR
 
We take data privacy seriously and are committed to handling all personal data collected through the application process in compliance with GDPR regulations. This means that any personal data we collect from applicants will be processed lawfully, fairly, and transparently. We will only use the personal data collected for the purposes of evaluating applications for the performance art open call and event, and we will not share this data with any third parties without the explicit consent of the applicant. We will keep all personal data securely and will only retain it for as long as necessary to fulfil the purposes for which it was collected. Applicants have the right to request modification or deletion of their personal data at any time. If you have any questions or concerns about how we handle personal data, please contact us at fie.bcma@outlook.com. 
 
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