Electrofringe

Community Arts & Cultural Development

Turtle-Themed Yoga

Please donate $5 to attend a turtle-themed yoga class as part of Sharing Turtle’s noHome project.

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Ease in to your Saturday morning, with coffee, turtle-themed yoga and net.art!

 

Who?

YOU!

What?

Join us for the third instalment of our ElectroCities net.art Residency with a turtle-themed beginners yoga class!.

 

Why?

Our net.artists in Residence Sharing Turtle have curated some turtle-type moves that respond to their noHome project. Please see image above for examples.

 

Where?

Alpha Gallery, 226 Union Street, Erskineville.

 

When?

21st September from 9am.

 

Tell me more…

 

The noHome project is a playful critique on modern technology that challenges conversations around the “Next Big Thing”. Sharing Turtle™ (sharingturtle.com) is the brainchild of art-trepreneurs Laura Hyunjhee Kim and libi rose striegl. With a thoughtful yet irreverent attitude towards the modern cyborgian state, Laura and libi interrogate the fragile balances maintaining symbiotic human-tech relationships and investigate human and computational behavior.

Artist BioSharing Turtle™’s work has been exhibited at the Boulder Public Library in Boulder, CO, and is on permanent display at the Blow Things Up (BTU) Lab at the University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. They were virtual artists in residence at Welcome to My Homepage and their project Working Alone Together™ was on display at the Museum of Human Achievement (MoHA) in Austin, TX.

Half of the proceeds raised will go to Sharing Turtle’s favourite turtle fund: https://www.seaturtlefoundation.org/. The remainder of the proceeds will go towards future Electrofringe programming.

Electrofringe is a presenting platform for experimental electronic and tech-based art in Australia. Through an annual program of unique exhibitions and events, Electrofringe seeks to foster innovative works and creative practices that use technology in new and exciting ways.

Electrofringe focuses on putting artists and their works in the same place at the same time to encourage artistic exchange, development and dialogue. Our mission is to lead the way in consistently supporting emerging electronic and tech-based artists through the presentation of work and ideas; To lead the way in nurturing a vital culture of experimental electronic and tech-based art in Australia through innovative programming and engagement with audiences.

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Amanda Teale

NSW
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Patrick Diment

NSW

Links

Artists Website
http://electrofringe.net