AUTOMATE UTOPIA / RELEASE THE DAEMONS 48 hours robot music and workshop by Jacob Remin, RIXC Gallery, February 7 - 9
Address: Lenču street 2, Riga
Thursday, February 7, 18.00 opening of the Robot Music; Friday, February 8 at 13.00 presentation by Jacob Remin and lunch talk; Saturday, February 9 at 14.00 workshop “Sonic Spaces of Care”
Thursday, February 7: OPENING 18:00 (and ongoing for 48 hours): Robot Music;
Friday, February 8: 13:00-15:00 - presentation by jacob remin followed up by a conversation with Jacob Remin, Ilva Skulte, Rasa Šmite and Raitis Šmits;
Saturday, February 9: 14:00-16:00: WORKSHOP: SONIC SPACES OF CARE.
“A conversation and meditation on sound as a vehicle for community and care. a listening session to soothe your mind, and lift your spirit.
We will listen together and explore stories and sounds of community building. the audience is encouraged to bring their own sounds and sound devices.”
Saturday February 9: 20:00 closing, afterparty [venue to be announced]
Jacob Remin's practice is a critical meditation over technology and the power structures it creates. in a world based on technology, Jacob Remin questions the norm and the natural, while creating spaces for conversation. his works are manifested in the meeting between light, space, composition and interaction. Jacob Remin normally lives and works in copenhagen, denmark. In 2 months during the autumn of 2018, Jacob Remin has lived in RIXC gallery apartment in riga and the RIXC rural lab, just outside talsi. the time spent in latvia has been focused on the wonders of non-production as a mental playground. The production fee of this pop up exhibition is being spent to bring a variety of friends and colleagues to riga to join the conversation. During a 48 hour pop up exhibition / robot rave, people and machines are brought together in an array of informal encounters, sharing sessions and fantastically non-productive hangout time.
The exhibition will be open until February 9, 2019, RIXC Gallery, Lencu iela 2, Riga, LV1010. Admission free.
Supported by the Nordic Culture Point and the Danish Art CouncilTweet