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Jörn Ebner

Mon, 27 Feb 2012

Jörn Ebner

6:30 for 7:00pm Wednesday 6 May 2009

Speaker: Jörn Ebner

London Knowledge Lab
Institute of Education
23 - 29 Emerald St
London
WC1N 3QS

Nearest tubes: Holborn, Russell Square or Chancery Lane.

"In this artist's talk I will present notions of the use of objects, landscapes / cityscapes and song / sound in the context of my online works. Beginning with earlier performative pieces, I will speak about sculptural notions - the use of space and objects - in my early online works 2000-2004. My move to understand the internet as a physical element of landscape since 2005, and recent browser-based structures about central-peripheral cityscapes."

Jörn Ebner, born 1966, visual artist. Studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, London [1995-98], and English Literature at Universität Hamburg [1990-95]; he currently lives in Berlin, Germany. His works are predominantly located online, yet refer back to the viewers' situation in the physical world or operate in the public realm. In 2008 and 2006 Ars Electronica Festival commissioned two visual accompaniments for performances by the Bruckner Orchestra. In 2001 his work "Lee Marvin Toolbox" was awarded the Kunstpreis des Medienforums München. His works are shown in international galleries and festivals (Siggraph; FILE; Stuttgarter Filmwinter; Viper; selection FILE Rio).

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