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Wednesday 30/1 13:00 - 18:00

The Peenemünde Salon @ Bilderberg Salon

13:00 Skrunda Signal

see as well: The Peenemünde Salon: Wednesday 30/1, 13:00 - 18:00
"Skrunda Signal" is an artistic research project in to the mythical past of a Soviet early warning Radio Location Station (RLS) operating from 1967 to 1998 near Skrunda, Latvia. Internationally known as ‘henhouse’ radars, these powerful transmitters emitting ‘woodpecker’ signals detected in the West were allegedly responsible for shutting down radio transmissions on at least two occasions for up to 10 minutes in the 1970's. A metaphysical investigation into spectral ecology, Cold War politics and electromagnetic conspiracies...

13:00 Skrunda Signal

see as well: The Peenemünde Salon: Wednesday 30/1, 13:00 - 18:00
"Skrunda Signal" is an artistic research project in to the mythical past of a Soviet early warning Radio Location Station (RLS) operating from 1967 to 1998 near Skrunda, Latvia. Internationally known as ‘henhouse’ radars, these powerful transmitters emitting ‘woodpecker’ signals detected in the West were allegedly responsible for shutting down radio transmissions on at least two occasions for up to 10 minutes in the 1970's. A metaphysical investigation into spectral ecology, Cold War politics and electromagnetic conspiracies...

15:00 xxxxx_Peenemünde

see as well: The Peenemünde Salon: Wednesday 30/1, 13:00 - 18:00
In the run-up to transmediale a treacherous and speculative life coding satellite event took place in Peenemünde, Germany. Under the parabola of Thomas Pynchon's epic novel ‘Gravity's Rainbow’, the excursion explored digital forensics, entropy and filmic ecology as fictions resonating in the dark heart of technology.

17:00 The Chernobyl Project

see as well: The Peenemünde Salon: Wednesday 30/1, 13:00 - 18:00
This project, revealing the gamma radiation imprint haunting the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, not only unveils the area's lingering destruction and trauma, but also creates an image of social-political visibility. Although the reactor is across the border in Ukraine, contamination is at much higher levels in Belarus, a country far less socially visible than its neighbour.

15:00 xxxxx_Peenemünde

see as well: The Peenemünde Salon: Wednesday 30/1, 13:00 - 18:00
In the run-up to transmediale a treacherous and speculative life coding satellite event took place in Peenemünde, Germany. Under the parabola of Thomas Pynchon's epic novel ‘Gravity's Rainbow’, the excursion explored digital forensics, entropy and filmic ecology as fictions resonating in the dark heart of technology.

17:00 The Chernobyl Project

see as well: The Peenemünde Salon: Wednesday 30/1, 13:00 - 18:00
This project, revealing the gamma radiation imprint haunting the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, not only unveils the area's lingering destruction and trauma, but also creates an image of social-political visibility. Although the reactor is across the border in Ukraine, contamination is at much higher levels in Belarus, a country far less socially visible than its neighbour.

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