Our landscape and public spaces are changing fast and so is how we look at them. And not only us. Can one visit a place without ever being in it? Only through the Cloud? Ofri Cnaani’s No Data is an Island is a collaborative encounter that is informed by current reviewing and sharing tourist economies that allow us to ‘know better’ and to ‘go better’, as well as civilian imaging technologies, and local eye-witnesses. The multi-faced digital participatory piece will exercise the meaning of visiting and knowing a place: physically, visually, digitally and mentally. New images will slowly emerge, surfacing new connections between places and people. A mind-map of on an island in an age of hyper-connectivity.
To fully participate in this performance experience, download WhatsApp and participate at https://chat.whatsapp.com/7l1xwJG8ZR3Cf9EXoKyTqt.
Presentation of this program is made possible with generous support from Barbara and Amos Hostetter, Eugene M. Lang Foundation and an anonymous donor.