WATCH: Screen Walk with Florian Amoser

6:00pm, Wed 06 Oct 2021

Watch Florian Amoser in a live drone + synth experience.

Two black and white images side by side, one of a drone in a clear sky, the other of a man walking in snow controlling a drone

WATCH: Screen Walk with Florian Amoser

6:00pm, Wed 06 Oct 2021

Watch Florian Amoser in a live drone + synth experience.

This event is part of our Past Programme

Watch open-weather (Sophie Dyer and Sasha Engelmann) in a talk about the artwork “When I image the earth, I imagine another”: a collective image of the earth and its weather systems created on the occasion of COP26 by a network of people operating DIY satellite ground stations around the world. The talk explored the role of an artistic, feminist framework in co-producing a polyperspectival (from many angles) image of earth and offer insight into the technical and collaborative process behind the work.

'When I image the earth, I imagine another' forms part of a programme of activities to coincide with the COP26 climate meeting in partnership with CCIC Tabakalera, in Donostia - San Sebastián, Spain.

Screen Walks is a new series of live-streamed artist/researcher-led explorations of online spaces and artistic strategies designed to illuminate a thriving – often overlooked – digital cultural scene. A new online collaboration between The Photographers’ Gallery, UK and Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland.

Two people managing an antenna and a laptop outdoors

Biography

Petra Szemán is an artist whose practice spans across several territories, situated at the murky intersection of artists’ moving image, animation and video games. Layering real life footage with 2D frame-by-frame animation and game landscapes, the work takes the form of video essays spun around the animated protagonist Yourself, undertaking a pilgrimage through landscapes that have become oversaturated with fiction.

Jamie Sutcliffe is a writer, curator, and co-director of Strange Attractor Press. He is the editor of “Documents of Contemporary Art: Magic” published by Whitechapel Gallery and The MIT Press. His writings have appeared in Art Monthly, Frieze, Rhizome, The White Review, The Quietus and others.'