Electrohype 2002 - October 23 - 27, Malmo, Sweden

Exhibition - Conference - Performance

Exhibition - INTERPLAY
October 23 - 27

The exhibition will present a wide range of computer-based art works, created by 16 different Nordic and International artists and artist groups.

The exhibition will be shown at two different venues Carolinahallen and Malmo Konsthall.

Please visit our web site for further presentation of the participating artists.

Laura Beloff/Erich Berger, Thomas Broome, Andrew C. Bulhak, Helen Evans/Heiko Hansen, Rikard Lundstedt, Lisa Jevbratt, Ellen Roed, Federico Muelas, Morten Schjodt/ Peter Thillemann/Theis Barenkopf Dinesen/Anne Dorthe Christiansen/Oncotype/Subsilo, Paul Smith/Vicky Isley, C. Anders Wallen, Gisle Froysland, John F. Simon Jr., Marek Walczak/Martin Wattenberg, Victor Vina, Magnus Wassborg

The exhibition opens on Wednesday October 23rd and will run to Sunday evening October 27th.

Conference - Art and software - software as art
October 24 - 25

In connection to the Electrohype 2002 exhibition we are also organizing a two-day conference focusing on questions related to software and art and software as art.
The conference will present lectures with a concluding panel consisting of artists and theorists. We will invite artists who write their own software, artists working close to programmers and theorists who closely follow the development in computer based art.
The conference will be held in English.

Josephine Bosma, Thomas Broome, Boredomresearch, Laura Beloff, John F. Simon jr., Andreas Broegger, Martin Howse

Please visit our web site for program and registration form for the conference.

Note: There are a limited number of seats at the conference, we recommend you to make your registration soon.

Performance - Artificial Paradises - ap02
Friday October 25

On Friday night, October the 25th, the British artist group will give their performance ap02 at Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art here in Malmo.

This will be a full evening event supported by DJ. Frans Gilberg. The event is a co-operation with Starfield Simulation