“EXEno1” is a collaborative networked sculpture installation containing 3D printed sculptures physically integrated with the software and hardware aspect of Pivilion.
We are grateful to have set up an art installation with three wireless network access points in the public space of Korčula town.
#pivilion_dot_net is a collective digital art exhibition built on top of Pivilion – a network infrastructure project for new media art decentralization. The exhibition is initiated by the Format C artist organization, developed by hacklab01 and has been shown at The Wrong — New Digital Art Biennale [2019-20] as well as a local web-based installation at the SCHEIER Centre [Čakovec, 2019].
A collaborative self-hosted distributed IRL/URL/darknet pavilion/embassy organized by Format C @ the third edition of The Wrong — New Digital Art Biennale [2019-2020], present @ pivilionumi6b3kg.onion/pavilion (accessible via Tor Browser) & produced by Hacklab01.
Along with being shown online at The Wrong, the pavilion will be exhibited AFK at the SCHEIER Centre, accompanied by a free&open darknet arts workshop.
Oh wow, it’s been almost a year since an update… Guess we’ve been busy on different projects – but more Pivilion stuff is on the way – we’ll be visiting Akademie Schloss Solitude (where this project was first conceived) next year and doing a Pivilion-based research in collaboration with multiple international artists.
Right now we’re doing some art on the darknet (because that’s what we do here :)), as part of The Wrong — New Digital Art Biennale, collaborating (again) with lots of wonderful artists from around the world, and all of it hosted on Pivilions. 🙂
Be sure to check it out!
Pivilion is ready to launch! We finally feel like the project is ready. To celebrate, “Pivilion: ~ co-op~” is joining the selection of “25th Slavonian Biennale, Borders of visibility” at the Museum of Fine Arts, Osijek (Cro)!
The “~ co-op ~” exhibition is the first official expo following the initial release of the project and requires telepresent artists to collaborate in realtime. Artists can upload their work via Tor directly to a Pivilion box placed in the Museum and get it screened on a wall mounted display. Continue reading…