The neo nomad project, curated by Basak Senova is an initiative of SAPAR CONTEMPORARY GALLERY + Incubator, New York.
Neo Nomad consists of a series of media exhibitions, screenings, and presentations. The project explores the potential aspects of “nomadism” by taking the current conditions and realities of migration, globalization and hyper mobility. The neo nomad project focuses on artistic researches and projects in the same frequency
and it is an attempt to build a network architecture, which enables jumps from one node to another by gathering content from diverse sources through artistic research and practice.
The neo nomad project suggests an accumulative process, which concentrates on strong content and criticality in research-based art works, conveyed through the use of advanced technologies.
The first phase of the project, Edition 01 gathered specific artworks and artists online. Kate Armstrong (CA), Refik Anadol (TR/US), AnneMarie Maes (BE), Rachele Riley (US), Zohar Kfir (IL/CA), Petko Dourmana (BG), Mushon Zer-Aviv (IL), Sara Schnadt (US), rootoftwo – Cezanne Charles and John Marshall (UK-Scothland/US), Paul Devens (NL), Stanza (UK) and Larissa Sansour (PS/UK) show different standpoints, observations, and analysis of the subject matter by processing translations of data, overlapping situations and connections between art, science, and community, social dynamics, spatial inquiries, archives and networks, personal stories and collective memory, social and cultural discourses ecological circumstances. They use diverse formats and different modes of presentations such as moving image, installations, sound, network maps, software systems and public artworks.
Studies for a Guerilla Beehive