35
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v2_
 

3x3: Isaac Monte III (online and at V2_)

This is the third instalment of Isaac Monté's 3x3 series. The event was postponed and will now take place both offline and online. RSVP by sending an e-mail to rsvp@v2.nl

18
 
Jun 2020
 
18:00 to 21:00
location: V2_ and online

RSVP

 
You can follow this event both online and offline at V2_. It is necessary to reserve a timeslot for both the online and the offline event. You can reserve for either 18:00h, 19:00 or 20:00h by sending an e-mail to rsvp@v2.nl. Please indicate if you'd like to visit the event at the Groundfloor of V2_, or online. Offline attendance will be limited!
 

The event

 
During this evening, Isaac Monté will three times give an anatomical lesson with the dissection of the physical body and the data organ. He will show various prototypes of the prosthetics and start a discussion on the data organ. He will demonstrate inflated membranes, color changing materials and moving tubes that indicate different states of the prosthetics and require action from the user. Members of the audience will participate, both those present at V2_ as those joining the live stream, by testing different options and reactions to read the data feedback. How can and should one read health data on the outside of a body? What data does one want to share and show externally? Finally the visitor will fill out the data donor register giving their consent about whether or not they would like to share their personal health data and with whom.
 

3x3

 
Experiments are an essential part of every art practice. Even more than the end results, experiments, bèta versions and try-outs offer an inside look on how an artist thinks and works. Therefore, the experiment is made central in 3x3.
 
V2_ offers three artists the space, time and resources to develop three experiments. Every first Friday evening of the month the public can witness one of these experiments live. A unique experience, since no one knows what experiments will lead to…
 

Isaac Monté

 
Isaac Monté is a material driven designer with a fascination for unusual materials and an urge to master and manipulate these materials. Often his work is described as bio-based design due to the strong link with science and biology. Isaac is connected to Willem de Kooning Academy Rotterdam where he teaches Product Design and Sustainability.
 
 
 
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