Mexico, BKP Kurzeinladung, 2019


Since 2013, the Mexican sound art collective Interspecifics has worked at the intersections between art and research, and between human, machine, and other non-human actors such as bacteria, bioelectronics, mud cultures, or fungi. Their self-designed and constructed “ontological machines” and their hybrid, multimedia practices reinterpret concepts such as intelligence, agency, and humanity. De-hierarchisation and open access to knowledge, collective thinking, and inclusion are constant sources of motivation and fundamental objectives, which they implement alongside their creative practice, primarily in their open workshop concepts. In November 2019, Interspecifics, represented by Leslie García and Paloma López, presented an exhibition on the theme of “non-human agents & sound” at the daadgalerie.


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