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Tracing Mobility

Cartography and Migration in Networked Space

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24 NOVEMBER - 19 DECEMBER. 'TRACING MOBILITY : CARTOGRAPHY AND MIGRATION IN NETWORKED SPACE.
Haus der Kulturen der Welt. Berlin.

Neal Beggs will present Side B of his 2010 film 'From our house to the summit of Europe' subtitled in German and English.
How do we navigate in the digital age, when the line between our online and offline worlds is increasingly blurred? What is the value of actual bodily movement in space, when we can access anywhere in the world with the help of digital technology?

With contributions by: Frank Abbott, Aram Bartholl, Neal Beggs, Heath Bunting, Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller, Miles Chalcraft, Simon Faithfull, Yolande Harris, Folke Köbberling & Martin Kaltwasser, Landon Mackenzie, Open-Sailing, plan b, Esther Polak & Ivar van Bekkum, Gordan Savicic, Mark Selby, Michelle Teran


Haus der Kulturen der Welt
John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10
10557 Berlin - Germany       

www.tracingmobility.org

Neal Beggs

Originally from Northern Ireland, Neal Beggs studied Art at Sheffield (BA) and Glasgow (MFA) before moving to France in 2001. He now lives near Nantes (France).
His work spans many different media and forms including sculpture, painting, video, walking, sound, text, etc, and rather than 'being about something', he prefers to think of his work as being the 'result of something'; a product of the culture and times in which we live.

In 2012 Neal Beggs received the Brussels Art Fair Prize for Sculpture. He exhibits regularly within France and Europe and is represented by the Brussels gallery Aliceday. His work is located in several public and private collections.
In addition to his personal practice Neal Beggs is also a founding member of the international art collaboration 'Shipsides and Beggs Projects'.
Neal Beggs is responsible for the promotion of English as a spoken language within the School.

Further information about the work of Neal beggs can be found on the following Websites:

RadioRadio

Une radio temporaire de création fabriquée par des étudiant(e)s de l’Ensa Bourges
en FM : 105.1 à Bourges
et sur le web

Atelier sonore d’esthétique

Créé en 2005, l’Atelier sonore d’esthétique, est un séminaire de recherche esthétique en création sonore expérimentale — site web

Arts et créations sonores

Post-diplôme en partenariat avec le Conservatoire de musique et de danse de Bourges — d'électroacoustique — site web

dsra
document & art contemporain

3e cycle — avec l'ÉESI Poitiers-Angoulême — site web