Your piece. On a wall. In another city. On another continent. As you draw.
Goethe Satellite @ Graffiti Research Lab
PWN THE WALL is a 25 hour interactive digital graffiti event connecting Vancouver, Berlin, and Seoul. Created by GRL members in Canada, Germany, and South Korea, PWN THE WALL uses open-source technology to collapse geographical space through a real-time telematic exchange. Simultaneous live digital painting events in all three cities will showcase local graffiti writers. The installation is interactive and open to the public for the duration of PWN THE WALL.
12. – 14. OCTOBER 2012
Installation open to Public, 13. OCT 03 am – 14. OCT 04 am (MeSZ)
Opening, 12. OCT, 11 pm
Berlin, Platoon Kunsthalle, Schönhauser allee 9
Vancouver, W2 Media cafe, 111 W Hastings Street
Seoul, Platoon Kunsthalle, Gangnam-gu nonhyeon-dong 97-22
Featured Artists-Session, Vancouver: 13. OCT, 08 h – 10 h
Featured Artists-Session, Seoul: 13. OCT, 16 h – 18 h
Featured Artists-Session, Berlin: 13. OCT, 23 h – 01 h
Featured Artists (confirmed)
ALESH ONE (DISSIZIT!)
Cren (KD, TNB, CBR, HSF, TPA)
Artistic Direction: Jesse Scott (V), Mirae Rosner (V), Hauke Altmann (B), Semiramis Ceylan (B). Vancouver Crew: Michael Manning, Vincent van Haff (flyingoctopus), Devin Wells, Prophecy Sun. Berlin Crew: Daniel Daoudi/artist curation, Falko Neubert/technical support, Open Media Accelerator OMA/video support, Jaime Schwartz, Sofia Ceylan, Tau Pibernat, Hanna Gudenau. Seoul Crew: Udo Lee, Joon Kim, Doohoo Kim.
Many thanks to our host venues: W2 Community Meida Arts (Irwin Oostindie, Lianne Payne, Jen Castro), Platoon Cultural Development (Tom Bueschemann, Chester Inseong Kim, Christoph Frank, Marcello Dato)
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