• Akademie der Künste / Hanseatenweg / Studio
On Seeing Where There’s So Much To See

with eeefff, Oleksiy Radynski, Solveig Qu Suess

Moderated by Elise Misao Hunchuck

  • Panel
Passes only
On Seeing Where There's So Much To See

Navigating past the limitations of human vision, optical media and signals present a form of seeing beyond the visual spectrum. Signals move through cables, data servers and networks – and time and space – transforming and arranging what it sees to make an image. These transformations – effects – when read through the lenses of political control, gender, and race, are intimately tied to – affects – individual and collective bodies and memories.

Speaking to the protocols of signals and their choregraphies, eeefff, Oleksiy Radynski, and Solveig Suess and Louise Amoorewith moderator Elise Misao Hunchuck, explore the production of intimacies, identities, and temporalities that come about through the restriction or access to knowledge, determination of land transformations, displacement of humans and non-humans, tracking software, and the keeping or loss of records.