RAM/RAR/RAA+RAP(s) – A Random Process Experiment By Susanne Palzer

Preview: Friday June 22, 2012 @ 5.30pm - 8.00pm Exhibition: Saturday June 23, 2012 - Tuesday July 31, 2012 @ 11:00 - 19:00

Free

@Access Space

RAM/RAR/RAA+RAP(s) will be an exploration of the ambiguous relationship between process, product and audience expectations.

RAM/RAR/RAA+RAP(s) – A Random Process Experiment By Susanne Palzer

RAM = random access memory

RAR = random access research

RAA = random access art

RAP(s) = random access performance(s)

A random process of research and experimentation will be applied over the duration of the show to highlight the blurred boundaries between art production and exhibition.

Working in the context of Access Space – a free, open digital arts lab - and following a month of R&D, Susanne Palzer will move from the media lab into the exhibition space with the intention of developing processes for negotiating knowledge and understanding (and the lack thereof) in situ. Her work for RAM/RAR/RAA+RAP(s) will focus on technology, language and perfomance. A series of performance tests is planned.

At 7pm during the preview event Susanne will be conducting Performance Test 1, an artist talk.

STOP PRESS: A researcher from the University of Nottingham has suggested there is evidence that short term memory may be enhanced by eating chocolate. http://www.news-medical.net/news/2007/02/19/21998.aspx

We will be making Chocolate RAM to consume at the preview event. Yum, yum : )

Susanne's RRRR(s) blog http://arandomprocessexperiment.blogspot.co.uk/

http://blocprojects.co.uk/studios/studio-holders/susanne-palzer/

Twitter hash tag: #RRRRS

RSVP via Facebook here.

Part of the Art Programme Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England

Graphic:
graphic: rrrr_s_invite_front_2.jpg
Title:
RAM/RAR/RAA+RAP(s) – A Random Process Experiment By Susanne Palzer
Date:
2012-06-22
Start:
5.30pm
End:
8.00pm
Start Date:
2012-06-23
End Date:
2012-07-31
Cost:
free
Location:
Access Space
Tag:
art,
exhibition,
event
Summary:
RAM/RAR/RAA+RAP(s) will be an exploration of the ambiguous relationship between process, product and audience expectations.
 

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