Bodymind Operating System – ∞OS

Workshop

The ∞OS (eightos) project is conceived as an operating system for the body and mind. Its task is to provide, through the dance and choreography workshop, support and tools to improve interactions with the environment around us through daily practice. One of the main aspects of the ∞OS methodology is in fact the use of physical movement as a means of implementing new behavioral models (software) in our mind (hardware). Movement patterns in the space that I learned during the workshop can be used at any time and in our daily context. The two-day workshop will culminate in a public performance on Sunday 15 December at 7.00pm animated by the duo and the workshop participants.

∞OS (eightos) is the duo formed by Dmitry Paranyushkin (perfomer, visual artist, video-maker and web systems designer, born in Moscow and lives in Berlin) and NSDOS - aka Kirikoo Dess (artist who works simultaneously on dance, music and digital art). ∞OS They mainly collaborate with art institutions, including: Palais de Tokyo, V-A-C Foundation, Martin Gropius Bau Museum, Adidas Runbase Berlin.

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Credits

Artistic direction: Umberto Angelini
Curated by: Davide Giannella e Joel Valabrega 
Speak Listen Watch Makeis a program of meetings, installations, exhibitions, performances, plays, screenings, workshops and projects by Davide Giannella and Massimo Torrigiani/Fantom.

Calendar

Saturday, December 14, 2019, 2.00pm
Sunday, December 15, 2019, 4.00pm

Highlights

Collection and Archives

Tre modelle percorrono il Ponte che collega il Palazzo dell'Arte con l'area verde antistante, progetto degli architetti Aldo Rossi e Luca Meda
Tre modelle percorrono il Ponte che collega il Palazzo dell'Arte con l'area verde antistante, progetto degli architetti Aldo Rossi e Luca Meda
Lampadario "carciofo" di Poul Henningsen, nella sezione della Danimarca
Lampadario "carciofo" di Poul Henningsen, nella sezione della Danimarca
Ingresso principale sul fronte ovest del Palazzo dell'Arte
Ingresso principale sul fronte ovest del Palazzo dell'Arte
Interno del Tunnel Pneu, progetto di Jonathan De Pas, Donato D’urbino e Paolo Lomazzi
Interno del Tunnel Pneu, progetto di Jonathan De Pas, Donato D’urbino e Paolo Lomazzi
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