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Urban Media Lecture and Presentation on Electromagnetic Walk in Bangkok
By BACC Exhibition Department and Goethe Institute, Thailand
Friday 6 March 2015 at 17.00 - 18.30 hrs.
Multi-function Room, 1st floor

Guest Lecturer: Susa Pop
Guest Artist: Christina Kubisch

This lecture focuses on urban media with critical viewpoints in the media phenomena fast developing in the city, whether it
is in the form of big or small digital screen, media facades, or electronic advertising tool embedded in public spaces. In our
today’s moderncities are hybrid structures in which technology is invisibly interweaved in the perception layers of our daily lives,
the lecture creates an awareness on the changes which are hardly visible to the eyes and are underlying today's cities. Through
some samples of media artworks, the lecture aims to unfold digital structure that affects the psychology of people who live in
the city.

Aside from the lecture is a presentation by Christina Kubisch, a sound artist who is researching for the Electromagnetic walk
project in which is a special kind of investigation of sound listening around the urban environment. By walking with the magnetic headphone, perception of everyday reality changes when one listens to the electromagnetic fields; what is accustomed appears
in a different context. Nothing looks the way it sounds. And nothing sounds the way it looks.

With the collaboration between BACC Exhibition Department and Goethe Institute, Thailand, this educational activity focuses
on resonant aspects of media, proposing concept of media artworks in consciousness of the context and critical attitude.

Free Admission!
This lecture will be held in English with simultaneous translation into Thai For more information,
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