Artists: Amnon Wolman, Carsten Goertz, Duprass: Ido Govrin and Liora Belford, Gilles Aubry, Hans W. Koch, Karl Kleim, Marcus Schmickler, Mark and Laura Cetilia, Yaron Lapid and Yossi Mar-Chaim
Curators: Ido Govrin, Liora Belford and Eyal Vexler
Laptopia features sound installations, created specifically for the museum’s space, while using a laptop as a platform for digital/utopian creation. The participating artists create their works in the space itself, in a joined process – individual and collective at the same time. This process generates an overall plastic contraction, composed of independent sound entities. These sound units function as components of a more comprehensive structure, while communicating both with the space and with each other. The physical and conceptual connections formed throughout the exhibition transform it to one elaborated and multilayered work in space, directly relating to the possibility of utopian creation in society.
Design: Guy Goldstein