A look behind the scenes of our pilot performance exhibition, February 2020, uniting artists and audience from Seoul, Korea to New York City.
On February 7-8, the Telematic Embrace Research team, comprised of translators, programmers, audio-visual technicians, actors, writers, and directors gatherd locally and online between South Korea, Italy, and New York to share the first 2 of 8 episodes with audience in-house at Seoul's Culture Art & Industry Convergence Center, and remote audiences online around the world.
Young Jun Kang
Dong Kyu Seo
Shin Yung Yoon
Chan Hyo Kim
Assistant Director New York: Ella Stoller
Music by: Lisa Yihwan Lim
Art Design: Han Donghwi
Stage Design: Choi Se Yong
Application: Kim Jae Hyun
Media System: Kim Koeun
Costumes and translation: GiNa
Director of Media: Heo Seong Yong
Sound Design: Lee Hyung Dong
Additional translations by Kim Min Jeong, Choi Haisol
Creative Producers: Kim SeungWoon and Lee ByeongHo
Assistant Producers: Ko Geonwoo, Jung Boojin, Jin Ju
Project supported by ARKO foundation
Managed by Nalda Factory
Produced by Jeonjak and Danjam
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MAASTRICHT ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS
FEBRUARY 12TH - MARCH 22ND, 2019
Workshop was conducted remotely by Andrea Paciotto. Participants joined
from different locations using their computers and mobile devices. Aim was to explore ways in
which the digital space, connecting remote locations, can become an environment for art creation.
Participants: Eylem Polat, Luisa Sugaipov, Predrag Končar, Veronika Schoberer, Clara Sophia Uerlichs
Guest Artists: Billy Clark, Herman Maat and Karen Lancel, Salvatore Iaconesi and Oriana Persico, Venelin Shurelov, Mia David
NAMSAN CONVERGENCE CENTER, SEOUL
MAY 11TH - 26TH, 2019
A workshop about live telematic performance, curated by Andrea Paciotto with the collaboration of Jared McNeill, Billy Clark, and Soh Jaehyun.
Focus on the ways people use media to connect, live, and create art. Workshop aimed to investigate the potential of telematic performance and explore how the shared digital space can be used as a live stage for contemporary narratives.
Cantiere Oberdan, La MaMa Umbria International, Spoleto
July 23rd - August 3rd, 2019
The workshop in Spoleto gave the opportunity to bring together a core team of collaborators:
Andrea Paciotto , Jared McNeill, Lee ByeongHo, Kim SeungWoon, Kim JinAh, Han DongHwi,
Chae SangMin, Billy Clark.
After the work done in the previous months of reading, researching, interviewing, and collecting people’s experiences, Andrea Paciotto and Jared McNeill prepared a selection of stories, and set about adapting these stories for telematic performance.