Kelly Roth, Durham, North Carolina. November 2018
Archana Prasad, Bangalore. August 2018
Sakineh Walther, Gaithersburg. August 2018
Monika Dorniak, Berlin. July 2018
Beyza Dilem Toptal, Istanbul. July 2018
Erfan Rezaie, Vancouver. July 2018
Jerome Saint-Clair, Paris. September 2018
Likando Kumoyo, London. July 2018
Manuel Bürger, Berlin. September 2018
London, August 2018
Veda Aggarwall by Jhinku Banerjee, Calcutta. August 2018
Lily Blacksell by Andy Donohoe, London. August 2018
Posy Dixon, London. August 2018
Aksioma, Ljubljana, Slovenia. November 2018
Elliot Woods (kimchiandchips.com), Seoul, South Korea. November 2018
Red LinesArtangel commission
September 10, 2018 - September 10, 2019
Red Lines is a network containing infrared videos of coastal landscapes that can be streamed to a smartphone, tablet, or computer by anyone, anywhere in the world.
The work is intended to be viewed in people’s homes or workplaces and lived with over an extended period from September 10, 2018, to September 10, 2019. Launching with footage from Australia, Argentina, France, Hong Kong, New Zealand, South Africa, Sweden, and the United States, the network will continue to grow throughout the year.
Delivered to your device at the speed of the internet but moving at the speed of nature, these almost-still videos are hosted on servers located in the same territories they were filmed in. The scenes they depict are the result of pilgrimages made to the areas in each country where the fibre-optic cables that make up our communications networks emerge from the sea.
As more and more people live with these videos they become part of a peer-to-peer network along with the servers, essentially sharing the work with people around them as they also simultaneously share the same viewing experience.
Red Lines is commissioned and produced by Artangel. The project is generously supported by Creative Capital.
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L'ADN, 20 000 lieues sous le Web, des millions de km de cables