A Bit for Your Thoughts

Mixed media installation (handwritten interventions,audio loop, vinyl letters)

2016

 

 

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“Do you want to be anonymous or famous?

I want my work to be known and my name to be hidden.”

 

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A Bit for Your Thoughts is part of Valentina Vetturi’s research based work cycle HCK. The site-specific installation is a complex portrait of one infamous figure of our society, the hackers, a hidden crowd who might create an alternative narrative of our future. Going beyond a mere technical interest in the matter, she tries to find the human beings and their backgrounds behind the anonymous programs.

Her short statement-like stories deal with the core issues of the community: anonymity, cryptography, digital money, rights and the relationship to the public media. Using sound and text, Vetturi brings us close to the individuals that compose this crowd.

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A Bit for Your Thoughts was presented in a solo exhibition curated by Deuxpiece at Carrosserie Basel.

Press release

 

 

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Thanks totshabs and all the hackers and thinkers who shared their knowledge and stories, John Perry Barlow for his “Declaration of Independence of Cyberspace”.  As well as Alan Bogana, Stefanie Bringezu, Claire Hoffmann, Matteo Lucchetti, Roberto Matarrese, Maurizio Meduri, Vlad Morariu, Vladimir Moshnyager, Lino Sinibaldi, Roberto Ricco, Alice Wilke and Embassy of Foreign Artist.