Behind the casings, in the heart of the screens and the bundles of wires, we find the minerals and precious metals that make it possible for data to be in constant flow and allow for the brilliance of images and the clearness of sound.
This programme is made up of audiovisual works that reveal how our electronic devices are intimately linked to the strata of the Earth, in a direct assemblage with the forces of nature.
- Europium, by Lisa Rave, 2014. Germany. 20 minutes.
- Nitrate, by Yousra Benziane, 2019. Canada. 14:51 minutes.
- Liquid Crystal Effects, by Timo Menke, 2019. Sweden. 40 minutes.
- Aletsch Negative, by Laurence Bonvin, 2018. Switzerland. 11:32 minutes.
Total length of the session: 85 minutes.
Introduction to the cycle and conversation with Gabriel Alonso (Institute for Postnatural Studies) and María Morata (curator of the cycle).
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