ISSUE #21 | OPTIMIZED TEXTURES
13.06.2015 | 18:00 - 01:00AM
Kestner Gesellschaft Hannover
Sad-and-serious-dot-info: Optimize your bio lung, stretch and flex the body zone, shifting through your mental state, total release at every rate.
Noses, images, realities - much can be tweaked. Why is something enhanced, when is something updated, how is something improved? These questions not only affect the devices & Apps around us. They express a continuous state of flux which is integral to organisms: The ability of organisms to change in response to the environment shows their adaptability. The ability of organisms to change in response to the environment is called phenotypic plasticity. Phenotypic plasticity is a way in which organisms cope with variation. It encompasses all types of changes that may or may not be permanent throughout an individual’s lifespan. Generally, phenotypic plasticity is more important for immobile organisms than mobile organisms.
OPTIMIZED TEXTURES is a group show which pieces together different approaches of altering some things. Which came first - the organism or the change?
With: Morehshin Allahyari, LaTurbo Avedon, Cristine Brache, Lotti Hirsch, Anne-
Sophie Kneer, Hanne Lippard, Sara Ludy, Jillian Mayer, Lorna Mills, Sarah Samy, Molly Soda, Claire Tolan
In collaboration with Kestner Gesellschaft Hannover OPTIMIZED TEXTURES is presented as part of LANGE NACHT DER MUSEEN HANNOVER 2015.
13.06.2015 | 6pm
Opening Hours: 6pm - 1am
Goseriede 11 | 30159 Hannover