This is an artistic identification with human existence and how we sometimes feel dislocated. The installation plays with the body’s limitations of movement and sets the human body in confrontation to artificial life form that extends human abilities to move. EXILe questions how we try to recreate, recharge and how we deal with the world around us. Body movement is used to translate what a creative (out-of the norm) mind is going through.

HDvideo 15’00 min                                                                                                                                     VIDEO STILL EXILE

Adoption of foreign Bio-Systems | Globalisation of human-cultural behaviour | Integration of artificial life forms | Migration of mass population

in collaboration with ELEANOR DAVIES, JOHN KONIG, GRAHAM BRADDY (Australia) and SORA TAKAYAMA (Japan)

Video/sound installation in English and Japanese

Blu-ray DISC distributed and available through Contemporary Arts Media Melbourne/London – leading consultant for Arts Education

Soramaru Takayama – Voice Work, Translation & Subtitle
Elisabeth Eitelberger – Translation & Subtitle
Graham Braddy – Voice Work
Performance: Eleanor Davies & John Konig
Video/Stills: Department of Molecular Immunology Medical University of Vienna

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