Mixtured Spaces - Manifesto
In our complex world is there something like one individual that plays for themselves or are we all connected as soon as we touch the earth? Do we have to learn who we are before we can become one? As individuals we have to play around to be able to play like ourselves. The networked space of flows combines itself in one space. As we are all forms that are constantly shifting and changing, influenced by our surroundings. This mix is a way of reconfiguring fluid forms of identity into a collage of multiplex consciousness and to connect the dots between the outputs of the individuals.
All of this diversion of outputs where the original but the original itself wouldn’t have been the same if it wouldn’t have been connected to each other and remixed. Remixing is a way of combining all o the spirits who came before us and meshing them up whatever transient vibe they fullfill us with while revisiting our bodies. This installation is the turning point where a projection of a collective becomes one remixed persona.
Process: → Finding the visual self intuitively through questions, fast collections, talks and workshops. Collecting it all to one space. The output becomes visible. The visible melts together. Analogue remixes in the darkroom with photogrammic chemicals and materialistic shapes. Each individual leaving their own imprint while rotating on a table and remixing analogously. Analogue becomes digital. With an AI-System we then connected all the Remixes into a one piece collage, representing us all in one remixed persona. Supervised by Tamara Knapp
Participants: Lynn Rosa Haag, Hannah Nonnast, Alexander Tristan Knauer, Luisa Pham, Janina Anna Heinrich, Vivien Hofenberg, Anouk Felscher, Selena Deger, Liza Lippert