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  • Trampoline // Transformers
    Institute The Transart Institute has called upon Trampoline curators Miles Chalcraft and Anette Schäfer to oversee the presentation of final works developed over two years of rigorous creative investigations We are invited to examine the outcome of their determined yet diverse trajectories Working across film painting digital graphics installation sculpture photography and sound Personal social cultural and political histories have been re visited re interpreted re shaped and re figured

    Original URL path: http://trampoline-berlin.de/index.php?page=&docId=39 (2016-02-12)
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  • Trampoline // Tracing Mobility: Cartography and Migration in Networked Space
    and mobile media are transforming our conceptions of time space and distance The exhibition presents the positions of 16 international artists who trace the shifting terrain of global and local mobility virtual and material movement They use varying approaches to pursue the numerous questions of our present s mobility Where can we escape to when online and offline worlds converge What does the movement of a body in a landscape

    Original URL path: http://trampoline-berlin.de/index.php?page=&docId=36 (2016-02-12)
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  • Trampoline // Do Billboards Dream Of Electric Screens? ATTENTION STRUCTURE
    impact format to present an exhibition of experimental artists film and video The path of this programme makes unexpected and disorienting jumps touching on ideas of ecology technological landscapes and possible futures Parallels and rhythms emerge through the reel offering moments of respite and or instability Paulette Phillips The Open Polar Bear 2 accentuates the limitations of the frame as a polar bear trapped in an artificial tundra paces out an endless loop between its borders Pascual Sisto s No Not Nothing Never takes us to an unidentifiable desert where 23 pedestal fans moving in perfect unison carry out a futile and absurd attempt to cool the heat of the desert Erik Olofsen s In Places references the elevated position of the billboard showing a figure fall from a great height onto a constructed foam city flattening skyscrapers and sending slow motion shocks before the city rebounds into its original shape Video billboards have a latent potential to be a focal structure within built public space however through their ubiquity the screen has become an ambient social object as has the content in the form of advertising and public address that populates them Interspersed between snippets of news and corporate

    Original URL path: http://trampoline-berlin.de/index.php?page=&docId=23 (2016-02-12)
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  • Trampoline // Trampoline's Autumn Activities in Nottingham
    Trampoline s Autumn Activities in Nottingham Click here to see what the Trampoline Nottingham side has been up to currently the project Tracing Mobility is being launched here trampoline berlin

    Original URL path: http://trampoline-berlin.de/index.php?page=&docId=27 (2016-02-12)
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  • Trampoline // Transformers
    Institute The Transart Institute has called upon Trampoline curators Miles Chalcraft and Anette Schäfer to oversee the presentation of final works developed over two years of rigorous creative investigations We are invited to examine the outcome of their determined yet diverse trajectories Working across film painting digital graphics installation sculpture photography and sound Personal social cultural and political histories have been re visited re interpreted re shaped and re figured

    Original URL path: http://trampoline-berlin.de/index.php?page=home&docId=39 (2016-02-12)
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  • Trampoline // Archive under construction
    of new media art history in Berlin is gradually being updated Please check the Past Projects section from time to time Please also check the Past Projects section on our

    Original URL path: http://trampoline-berlin.de/index.php?page=pastprojects&docId=28 (2016-02-12)
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  • Trampoline // Tracing Mobility - Open Platform
    go and how is our presence calculated and what new realms can be spun from such interwoven pathways Tracing Mobility is a project that sets out to examine the shifting terrain of global versus individual mobility and how the hand in hand development with networked infrastructure is transforming our conceptions of time space and distance Following events in the UK Warsaw and the Croatian coast in 2010 Trampoline will present the exhibition Tracing Mobility Cartography and Migration in Networked Space at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in November 2011 alongside an open platform of ideas In the expectation that many interesting projects and speakers on the theme exist already we intend to provide a space to encourage spontaneous ad hoc input from the floor from cultural sectors that are outside our usual scrutiny Towards this the curators are inviting artists cultural practitioners researchers NGO s and the interested public to contribute to the Tracing Mobility Open Platform in the form of presentations interventions performances workshops or any other activity responding to the theme Get Involved The opportunity starts now On January 30th during Transmediale s DAS Weekend we invite you to pitch your idea in an informal manner over

    Original URL path: http://trampoline-berlin.de/index.php?page=pastprojects&docId=37 (2016-02-12)
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  • Trampoline // XIV biennial of Young Artists in Skopje, Macedonia
    Teran will guide a group of 15 participants through practical participatory and theoretical examples of the way that the use of advanced location based technologies in cities has given rise to an emergent form of physical terrain that we can call hybrid space The participants will be taken on an exploration of the city via the internet and via a city walk in a hunt for local broadcasts tracked via

    Original URL path: http://trampoline-berlin.de/index.php?page=pastprojects&docId=35 (2016-02-12)
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