THIS IS YOUR BRAIN ON ARTIPOEUS | Lost: 48 Hours Art Festival 2017

For the LOST: 48 Hours Art Festival, Artipoeus creates an immersive audio-visual experience recreating the hypnogogic effect of classic storytelling: clear your mind, close your eyes, and let the stories make the pictures.

This is your brain on Artipoeus from Kimberly Lauren Bryant on Vimeo.

Using episodes that fit the themes of LOST: Lost Society, Lost Humans, and Lost Control, Artipoeus writer-producer Susie Kahlich and filmmaker Kimberly Lauren Bryant trace the effects of late capitalism beginning with the Charlie Hebdo attacks in January 2015, and onto globalisation, terrorism and rising nationalism through art of the past and art of the now, bringing us full circle to trying to remember how this all started, while creating an immersive audio-visual experience that evokes the hypnagogic effect of classic storytelling: Artipoeus: art you can hear.


artists and music in this installation include:

Episode S3 #47: À La Recherche du Temps Perdu
Affichisme and the posters in the Paris Metro. Original music by Ilo Rive. Broadcast Nov 2017

Episode S1 #13: People in Glass Houses
Fondation Cartier Celebrates 30 Years @ Fondation Cartier in Paris with a group exhibition. Sound clips from the exhibition. Broadcast Jan 2015

Episode S2 #21: Paper Planes & the Fear of Flying
Anne Imhof’s “Angst II” at Hamburger Bahnhof.  Music by M.I.A. Broadcast Sep 2016

Episode S2 #26: When Two Hearts Beat as One
Anna Witt’s installation “Beat Body” at Galerie Tanja Wagner. Sound design by Greg Palmer. Broadcast Dec 2016

Episode S3 #37: Cool Beanz
Anish Kapoor’s “Cloud Gate” in Chicago, USA.  Music by Young Holt Trio.  Broadcast May 2017

Episode S3 #31: Sticks & Stones
LaBeouf, Rönkkö & Turner installation “He Will Not Divide Us” at the Museum of the Moving Image in NYC.  Sound design by Greg Palmer.  Broadcast Feb 2017

Episode S3 #35: Choose Your Own Adventure
Gunther Demnig’s Stolpersteine.  Music by Jeff Buckley and Hikaru Hayashi.  Broadcast Apr 2017

Episode S3 #44: Say My Name, Say My Name
Françoise Schein and Barbara Reiter’s installation “Inscrire” at Ubahnhof Westhafen. Music by Ilo Rive and Ivan Chiarelli.  Broadcast Oct 2017

Episode S3 #43: All the Dinner Parties in the World
Henrik Strömberg’s exhibition “Echoes in Dust” at Galerie Åplus. Music by Ben Sound.  Broadcast Sep 2017

Episode S3 #41: Everything that Rises Must Converge
Philip Newcombe’s installation “Mosquito” at Galerie Åplus. Music by Philip Newcombe.  Broadcast Aug 2017