FAEN: FY FAEN SÅ DIGITAL!

ONLINE EXHIBITION  OCTOBER 17 – 31, 2020 | DIGITAL.FAEN.TODAY

FAEN (Female Artistic Experiments Norway): FY FAEN SÅ DIGITAL! – An online exhibition by four young female artists based in Norway transforms the Covid-19 canceled FAEN exhibition into an interactive and experimental online experience. In this third edition, the FAEN artists explore new creative ways to transform physical, living, interactive and tactile projects into digital works of art: the new standard format in times of the Covid-19.

Unnur Andrea Einarsdóttir (IS/NO) Annike Flo (NO), Anne Cecilie Lie (NO), Anja Malec (HR/NO), and curated by Zane Cerpina (LV/NO)

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FY FAEN SÅ DIGITAL!

Curatorial note by Zane Cerpina

An online exhibition by four young female artists based in Norway transforms the Covid-19 canceled FAEN exhibition into an interactive and experimental online experience.

Unnur Andrea Einarsdóttir

The Darknet Spa

The Darknet Spa offers the audience to delve into the unconscious of our digital hive- mind, offering a glimpse into the darker sides of our collective psyche. The artwork investigates the responsibility we place on our technologies and how they ultimately function as a mirror that reflects back to us the broken parts of our society.

Anja Malec

No Strings Attached

In times where technology is deeply embedded in everyday life, it is hard to imagine any segment of our lives where we do not have to be tech fluent. Indeed, our emotional lives are not left behind. To fall in love or to find an ideal partner, we rely on algorithms to do the job for us.

Anne Cecilie Lie

Intersected Waterbodies

Anne Cecilie Lie’s bio-digital art installation “Intersected Waterbodies” is the result of an artistic research project that dives into the deep-sea mining industry investigating our biological origin and imagining our possible future.

Annike Flo

s h i f t _ d i g i t a l

s h i f t _ d i g i t a l is a performative scenographic experiment reacting to the pandemic by tying together our digital lives with the microbes we share our bodies and spaces with.