Intima | Igor Štromajer

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Lost and Living (in) Archives

Lost and Living (in) Archives
Collectively Shaping New Memories

Annet Dekker (ed.)

Valiz, Amsterdam, 2017
ISBN: 978-94-92095-26-8


Contributors: Babak Afrassiabi, Dušan Barok, Tina Bastaijan, Nanna Bonde Thylstrup, Özge Çelikaslan, Annet Dekker, Olia Lialina, Luksch, Nicolas Malevé, Aymeric Mansoux, Michael Murtaugh, Josien Pieterse, Ellef Prestsæter, Robert Sakrowski, Stef Scagliola, Katrina Sluis, Femke Snelting, Igor Štromajer, Nasrin Tabatabai

Archives are collections of records that are preserved for historical, cultural and evidentiary purposes. As such, archives considered as sites of a past, a place that contains traces of a collective memory of a nation, a people or a group. Digital archives have changed from stable entities into flexible systems, at times referred to with the term ‘Living Archives’. In which ways has this change affected our relationship to the past? Will the erased, forgotten and neglected be redeemed, and new memories be allowed? Will the fictional versus factual mode of archiving offer the democracy that the public domain implies, or is it another way for public instruments of power to operate? Lost and Living (in) Archives shows that archives are not simply a recording, a reflection, or an image of an event, but that it shapes the event itself and thus influences both the past, present and future.
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Robert Sakrowski & Igor Štromajer: Expunction / Deleting Net Art Works – A Conversation
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The series ‘Making Public’ investigates ‘the public’, the civil domain where space, knowledge, values and commodities are shared. What does this notion of ‘public’ mean? How does this domain change under the influence of social, political and technological tendencies? Where are the boundaries of ‘the public’ and how are they determined? What interests are involved in this? What forms of responsibility and solidarity does ‘the public’ invoke? And how do artists and culture critics shape the debate on these issues?

 

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Metric Culture, Denmark

Metric Culture: The Quantified Self and Beyond
International Conference, 7-9 June 2017
Organised by: Btihaj Ajana, AIAS and King’s College London
Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Denmark

Dr Elena Marchevska:
Intimacy without cause: self-tracking and the quantified self in the net-art work of Igor Štromajer
London South Bank University, UK
Panel: Quantified Self and capitalist value


Photo: Christopher Till ©

+ Programme (PDF)

Abstract:

Data is money, data is power, data is everything and everything can be data. Yet data is simply a set of information on a world that is messy, irrational, unstable, and emotional. In the V2 catalogue for the show ‘Data in the 21st Century’, the curator states that: ‘The rise of so-called big data and the emergence of technologies that are able to quantify our every move, preference and behaviour, have demonstrated where the friction lies between the unpredictable reality that we live in and the desire to capture it in data.” (2015).

The paper will look into the performative work of Igor Štromajer and his projects ‘Expunction’ (2012) and ‘Multifeminist studies’ (2016) run by/on his Intima Virtual Base production site. Through these projects he is working on simple technological solutions for handling data and emotional strategies. His role of being both performer within the work and simultaneously viewing oneself from an external position (watching yourself on screen to see how you fit in) in order to gauge avenues for proceeding is both disorienting and extremely engaging. As Štromajer summarises: ‘’’Intimacy without a cause’ today is the most radical resistance to capital. ‘ (2005:149) Both projects raise questions about temporality, duration and availability of net art project that deal with data which change over time and slowly, but persistently lose their utility and, accordingly, their content.

© Elena Marchevska

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Neumark: Voicetracks

Voicetracks
Attuning to Voice in Media and the Arts
By Norie Neumark

The MIT Press, Hardcover, 232 pp., 6 x 9 in, 26 b&w illus., May 2017, ISBN: 9780262036139 (eBook, May 2017, ISBN: 9780262339827)
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In her new book, Norie Neumark also writes about Ballettikka Internettikka.

Moved by the Aboriginal understandings of songlines or dreaming tracks, Norie Neumark’s Voicetracks seeks to deepen an understanding of voice through listening to a variety of voicing/sound/voice projects from Australia, Europe and the United States. Not content with the often dry tone of academic writing, the author engages a “wayfaring” process that brings together theories of sound, animal, and posthumanist studies in order to change the ways we think about and act with the assemblages of living creatures, things, places, and histories around us.
Neumark evokes both the literal—the actual voices within the works she examines—and the metaphorical—in a new materialist exploration of voice encompassing human, animal, thing, and assemblages. She engages with artists working with animal sounds and voices; voices of place, placed voices in installation works; voices of technology; and “unvoicing,” disturbances in the image/voice relationship and in the idea of what voice is. She writes about remixes, the Barbie Liberation Organisation, and breath in Beijing, about cat videos, speaking fences in Australia, and an artist who reads (to) the birds. Finally, she considers ethics and politics, and describes how her own work has shaped her understandings and apprehensions of voice.

Norie Neumark, a sound and media artist, is Honorary Professorial Fellow at Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, and Emeritus Professor at La Trobe University in Melbourne. She coedited At a Distance: Precursors to Art and Activism on the Internet and VOICE: Vocal Aesthetics in Digital Arts and Media, both published by the MIT Press.

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Poetry: 3¦×Fń–Qé3= Miá†

Igor Štromajer
3¦×Fń–Qé3= Miá†
— one hundred and one poem

Paperback, 14.8 cm x 21 cm, 108 Pages
ISBN: 978-1-326-98492-2
Prints in 3-5 business days.
€5.86
lulu.com/spotlight/intima_org

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One hundred and one poem by Igor Štromajer, 2017.
Based on www.intima.org/miat, 2012 and www.intima.org/3xfnqe3miat.pdf, 2016.
ISBN: 978-1-326-98492-2
IN/CN: 00936-30973
Written in Hamburg and in Frankfurt am Main, from 2012 to 2017.
Published by www.intima.org, 2017.

+ 0§n–3¦é×F= Miá†, audio/eBook by Igor Štromajer, 2012

 

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Pogled unatrag: godina u vizualnim umjetnostima

Pogled unatrag: godina u vizualnim umjetnostima
Bojan Krištofić, kulturpunkt.hr
31.12.2016

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Vizkultura.hr: Make Love Not Art

Make Love Not Art
Vizkultura.hr, 5. 9. 2016
[interview in Croatian]

Razgovor s Igorom Štromajerom, pseudo-/para-umjetnikom ludičkog trenutka interneta

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Junkspace / Junkart

Ana Kosi:
Igor Štromajer: intima.org / Expunction, Junkspace / Junkart
v: Prebijanje inercije realnosti – seminar teoretske prakse arhitekture, Fakulteta za arhitekturo, Ljubljana, 2016.

Razstava Krize in novi začetki: Umetnost v Sloveniji 2005–2015, +MSUM

Besedilo je bilo avgusta 2016 objavljeno tudi v reviji Outsider [PDF].
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Nadine Bors interviewed Igor Štromajer

(CYNETART) Igor Štromajer also known as Intima was born in 1967 in Maribor. He describes himself as a pseudo-/para-artist. His media art work has been shown at numerous exhibitions and festivals. His first appereance at the CYNETART-Festival was in 1999 and he returned in 2000 and 2007. He teaches at universities and contemporary art institutions worldwide.

Nadine Bors interviewed Igor Štromajer at the European Media Art Festival (EMAF) in Osnabrück about his career, his works and 20 years of CYNETART – International Festival for Computer Based Art.

1999: b.ALT.ica
2000: sm.N – Sprinkling Menstrual Navigator
2007: Ballettikka Internettikka: Stattikka

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Electronic Superhighway (Whitechapel Gallery): Exhibition Catalogue

Electronic Superhighway (2016-1966)
Whitechapel Gallery, London
January 2016

Exhibition Catalogue
— a conversation between musician and media artist Dragan Espenschied and Heather Corcoran (Executive Director of Rhizome) is illustrated with an image of Igor Štromajer‘s work:

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Igor Štromajer: e/motion HELP – is there anybody out there? / Expunction; Net project, screenshot, 1997.

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Paperback, 272 pages, 297 x 200 mm
200 illustrations
ISBN 978-0-85488-246-5
First published 2016

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Fom Experiments in Art and Technology to Art After the Internet

Edited by Omar Kholeif

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Richard Kern: Language, Literacy, and Technology

Language, Literacy, and Technology

Author: Richard Kern, University of California, Berkeley
Cambridge University Press, 2015

(ref.: Igor Štromajer, Oppera Internettikka)

From the origins of writing to today’s computer-mediated communication, material technologies shape how we read and write, how we construe and share knowledge, and ultimately how we understand ourselves in relation to the world. However, communication technologies are themselves designed in particular social and cultural contexts and their use is adapted in creative ways by individuals. In this book, Richard Kern explores how technology matters to language and the ways in which we use it. Kern reveals how material, social and individual resources interact in the design of textual meaning, and how that interaction plays out across contexts of communication, different situations of technological mediation, and different moments in time. Showing how people have adapted visual forms to various media as well as to social needs, this study culminates in five fundamental principles to guide language and literacy education in a period of rapid technological and social change.

www.cambridge.org/de/academic/subjects/languages-linguistics/sociolinguistics/language-literacy-and-technology

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Preserving Born Digital Art : Lessons From Artists’ Practice

Preserving Born Digital Art : Lessons From Artists’ Practice

Dr. Conor McGarrigle, Dublin Institute of Technology

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Revista Select, N. 26, Oct/Nov 2015

Ballettikka Internettikka in the new issue of Revista Select (N. 26, Oct/Nov 2015), Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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— Guilherme Kujawski: Ação e procedimento, page 36

O íntimo, o global e o performático —
Dedicada à performance, a seLecT 26 apresenta artistas que utilizam essa linguagem para moldar identidades e afirmar atitudes políticas; confira o editorial da edição.

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Artist at Work: Proximity of Art and Capitalism

In her new book, Bojana Kunst analyzes the performance Ballettikka Internettikka: Stattikka by Igor Štromajer & Brane Zorman:

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Bojana Kunst: Artist at Work — Proximity of Art and Capitalism
(Chapter 4: Movement, Duration and Post-Fordism)
Zero Books, August 2015
John Hunt Publishing, Winchester, UK / Washington, USA

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Igor Štromajer & Brane Zorman:
Ballettikka Internettikka: Stattikka, Hong Kong / Dresden, 2007

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[Furtherfield] Choose Your Muse Interview: Igor Štromajer

Choose Your Muse Interview: Igor Štromajer
By Marc Garrett – 09/06/2015

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Choose Your Muse is a new series of interviews where Marc Garrett asks emerging and established artists, curators, techies, hacktivists, activists and theorists; practising across the fields of art, technology and social change, how and what has inspired them, personally, artistically and culturally.

Furtherfield, 2015

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Tress: Igor Štromajer, a médiaművész

Szabó Kriszta: Igor Štromajer, a médiaművész
— Tress, 19 February 2015

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Katja Čičigoj: To je članek

Katja Čičigoj: To je članek

ŠUM #1
, 23 januar 2015

— sumrevija.si/article/sum-1-katja-cicigoj-to-je-clanek

 

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Die Dramatik des Quellcodes

Mannheimer Morgen, Montag, 27.10.2014

KUNST: Die Ausstellung “Subversive Systeme” in der Stadtgalerie Mannheim zeigt Arbeiten, die Computer und Internet nutzen

Die Dramatik des Quellcodes

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Subversive Systems. Poetic Transfiguration of the Digital
Subversive Systeme. Poetische Transfiguration des Digitalen
Stadtgalerie Mannheim; group show, 23 Oct – 30 Nov 2014
Artists: Annie Abrahams, [epidemiC] / Franco Berardi, plan b, Volker Hartmann-Langenfelder, Igor Štromajer
Curator: Benedikt Stegmayer

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Archéologie des média – MCD

MCD #75
magazine des cultures digitales
septembre 2014

Archéologie des média

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L’archéologie des média est quasiment inconnue en France, bien qu’elle ait plus de vingt d’existence. Pourtant, elle a produit (et continue de produire) des effets majeurs dans le champ de la création, de l’exposition, de la médiation, de la conservation et de la théorisation des œuvres médiatiques et numériques

Les contributeurs de ce numéro :
Andrés Lozano, Anne Laforet, Annick Bureaud, Annick Rivoire, Cécile Dazord, Clarisse Bardiot, Coline Bourgouin, Emmanuel Guez, Emmanuel Guy, Gwenola Wagon, Igor Štromajer, Jussi Parikka, Laura Garrassin, Line Herbert-Arnaud, Lionel Broye, Lucille Calmel, Marie Bastard, Morgane Stricot, Prune Galeazzi, Rémy Geindreau, Serge Hoffman, Tiphaine Vialle.

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Rédacteur en chef invité : Emmanuel Guez & l’ESAA (École Supérieure d’Art d’Avignon); Rédacteur en chef : Laurent Diouf

www.digitalmcd.com/mcd-75-archeologie-media

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Sprinkling Menstrual Navigator, Centre Pompidou

Igor Štromajer: sm.N – Sprinkling Menstrual Navigator
Le Centre national d’art et de Culture Georges Pompidou, Musee national d’art moderne, Paris, France

https://www.centrepompidou.fr/cpv/resource/c6rzBdb/r6kALM

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Section of the collection : Nouveaux médias
Collection du Musée national d’art moderne
https://www.centrepompidou.fr/cpv/resource/cxq69x/rBKzjpg

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Igor Štromajer aka intima is a pseudo-/para-artist. He has shown his work at more than two hundred thirty exhibitions, festivals and biennials worldwide, among others at the transmediale, ISEA, EMAF, SIGGRAPH, Ars Electronica Futurelab, V2_, IMPAKT, CYNETART, Manifesta, FILE, Stuttgarter Filmwinter, Hamburg Kunsthalle, ARCO, Banff Centre, Les Rencontres Internationales, etc.



His works are included in the permanent collections of the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the MNCA Reina Sofía in Madrid, Computer Fine Arts in New York, and UGM:

























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