November 2011 will see the exhibition of Trampoline’s European touring project ‘Tracing Mobility – Cartography and Migration in Networked Space’ taking place at the HKW in Berlin. Tracing Mobility sets out to examine the shifting terrain of global mobility and how developments in networked infrastructure are transforming our conceptions of time, space and distance. The project is concerned with the cultural aspects of future mobility and the new spaces created by electronic networks. After events in the UK, in Warsaw and the Croatian coast in 2010, Tracing Mobility at HKW will consist of an exhibition, a symposium and an open platform. In the expectation that there will be many more interesting projects and speakers than we can platform within the symposium, we intend to provide a space for these and to encourage spontaneous, ad hoc input from the floor and from cultural sectors that are outside our usual scrutiny. Towards this, the curators are inviting artists, cultural practitioners, researchers, NGO’s and the interested public to contribute to the Tracing Mobility Open Platform in form of presentations, interventions, performances, workshops, or any other activity responding to the theme. The opportunity starts now. During DAS Weekend, we invite you to pitch your idea in an informal manner over a drink at Neu Bar. Meet some of the artists and main players involved. RSVP to email@example.com to confirm a slot.
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