Peltz exhibition ‘Recovering Data Remains: (Re)Working Knowledge’

Daniel Peltz (Professor, Film Animation Video) recently had a collaborative installation, Recovering Data Remains: (Re)Working Knowledge, at the Färgfabriken exhibition space. The installation and performance contained remains from the archives of two different artistic research projects he initiated and led in remote industrial towns become tourist sites: When we dig, things come up (Narrative fragments, Peking Opera and landscape paintings; Tom Price, Western Australia; 2013-2015) explored the act of mining in a site where open-pit mining has been exploding and reshaping complex geographies and histories and Performing Labor (Conceptual glass product line of and about labour, historical excavation and architectural pavilion for unemployed logging elephants from Myanmar; Rejmyre, Sweden; 2016-present) investigates the state of the contemporary laboring body.

Daniel Peltz, Färgfabriken, FAV, international

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