2016, Sat, Feb 06

Seeing Power—What About That?

With 2/5BZ and after.video collective

New global power complexes demand new multi-sensory ways of seeing power and sensing one’s own position in it: new sets of sensory politics.

Following the concept of “altered states”—a geopolitics spectralized by sensory overload and dispossession and by the relocation of power in the post-democratic or post-digital era—the performance GEZILLA DESTROYS ISISTANBUL will reconsider what is (or was) referred to as Europe. It will also engage the Golden Age Global Hologram Doctrine, Isistanbul, and Anxt Hase States, and feature modern isolation tanks as part of the new inventory of “hardcore ultra modernism.” Isistanbul is also the title of a video-essay by Serhat Köksal, included in the upcoming after.video/assemblages, which is the first issue of a new hybrid “video-book” series by Open Humanities Press.

The transmediale performance of 2/5BZ will be preceded by an open reception by the after.video collective.