Exhibition:

Singing Sentinels & Camera Futura

Opening New Order 5

27 Apr 2012

During the opening of New Order 5, dozens of canaries flew through Mediamatic Fabriek. The birds' song subtly changed as we slowly altered the atmospheric make-up, pre-enacting a post-carbon world. Furthermore, you could launch your body into space. You've had your picture taken as you floated in a future where gravity is no longer an issue. Music by deejay Mark From Middlesex (Red Light Radio).

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Explanation - Explanation about Singing Sentinels at the opening of New Order 5. By: Simone Schoutens

Liam Young & Sascha Pohflepp

Two new works are added to the New Order exhibition. Singing Sentinels is a work by London-based architect and educator Liam Young (UK). Read more about it here. Sascha Pohflepp (DE/UK), an artist, designer and writer, will presented his work Camera Futura.

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Shadows - Singing Sentinels and Camera Futura at the opening of New Order 5. By: Simone Schoutens

New Order series

Futura and Singing Sentinels form the fifth installment of the New Order exhibition, which explores a world in which energy has become a fundamental principle of our society. Five consecutive solo shows feature new works by Dutch and international artists, designers and architects, each responding to various elements of society - such as politics, economy, health, food and experience - that together combine to outline a complete future world. Read more about New Order here.

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Camera Futura - Fly yourself at New Order 5. By: Simone Schoutens

More information

The opening takes place at Mediamatic Fabriek on Friday April 27 from 20.00 to 22.00. Our neighbors Roest are celebrating their re-opening, and to show our support we'll be keeping our doors open a bit longer than usual. Saturday and Sunday we're open from 14.00 to 22.00 and Monday, Queen's Day, from 14.00 to 18.00. A New Order passe-partout will set you back only €5,-. The four previous New Order installations, Meet Your Energy Avatar, Energy Battlefield, Mind Igloo, and Radiant Beach are still on view as well. Visit this page for directions.

New Order is made possible by Mondriaan Stichting, Ministerie van OCW, Gemeente Amsterdam, SNS Reaal Fonds and Stadgenoot.