Exhibitions

Through the Black Mirror Reality Turn Exhibition

Echoing themes explored by the Reality Turn Conference, this exhibition aims to make us see or listen to those invisible or inaudible things that lie in/behind digital technologies. Things that sci-fi terms 'Black Mirror'.


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Echoing themes explored by the Reality Turn Conference, this exhibition aims to make us see or listen to those invisible or inaudible things that lie in/behind digital technologies. Things that sci-fi terms 'Black Mirror'.

Like the sci-fi anthology series, Black Mirror explores a twisted, high tech near-future where humanity's greatest innovations and darkest instincts collide...

The exhibition tries to figure out what may be behind this black mirror but in a poetic, political way.

“The Transparency Grenade” by artist Julian Oliver, reveals things you are searching for with your mobile phone to the audience. “Bzzz the sound of Electricity” by Cécile Babiole is a beautiful opportunity to listen to the sound of the electricity that powers our world. “T.R.I.P”from Monica Studer and Christoph Van der Berg uses artificial intelligence to psychedelically enable the spectator to open the doors of perception. Suzanne Treister's “Diagrams and No Other Symptoms” obscure the links between technologies, counterculture and military intelligence.

Welcome through the Black Mirror!

Curated by Valérie Perrin. All artworks belong to the collection of Espace Multimedia Gantner.

How to get to Luznava manors?

Train: FROM RIGA

09:50 Rīga – 13:23 Rēzekne 2

17:00 Rīga – 20:29 Rēzekne 2

17:30 Riga – 20:15 Rezekne from Riga –Rezekne – Moscow)

Car: from Riga E22 until Rezekne, then A13 and left turn to Luznava