in collaboration with Marco Miehling and Jessica Doucha for Sections Ongoings/Ingoings (Since 2020)
2021, Performance (20 min), Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer, Brooke Benington Gallery, Fulmer, UK
Extract from C0038 ENGFE-RE TT2/529 05/07/2021
Document read out loud and performed during the Teleportation experience
Spooky actions at distance that’s what today is all about. Spooky – Actions – At – Distance. Teleportation is real and we are here today to test the possibility of teleporting objects and humans, effectively reducing the carbon footprint, creatively and sustainably moving in space and time together.
From here to there I am going to tell you that dreams remain dreams just until you realise them. Then they become reality. And what else can reality be if not what we believe it is?
Here in Fulmer, UK we have the same exact disposition of metallic forms as we have there in South Africa, Johannesburg, where Jessica and Cécile are right now. These metallic forms create four portals.
Just before lunch they were here and I was there. How did we do that? Mirroring each other actions in the same portal.
But be aware that the portals are extremely sensitive to any difference of movement and this simple transportation of matter which takes milliseconds to happen might take hours to be performed correctly.
Stills from Instagram live streaming
Young participants attempting teleportation to South Africa mirroring the laptop streaming from the other side of the world.
Above: Fulmer, UK; Below: Johannesburg, South-Africa.
Stills from video documentation
Attendee wearing UPO (Cornillano) – H.
Participants, inside the portals, trying to accurately mirror the actions performed in South Africa.
2021, Section Ongoings/Ingoings (since 2020) by Marco Miehling and Jessica Doucha, UPOs (C0034 Cornillano) S + H by Luca Bosani.
Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer, Brooke Benington Gallery, Fulmer, UK
2021, Section Ongoings/Ingoings (since 2020) by Marco Miehling and Jessica Doucha, Live Perfomance by Jessica Doucha and Cécile Lassonde.
Nirox Foundation, Johannesburg, South-Africa
on behalf TLSB
with: Marco Miehling, Jessica Doucha, Cécile Lassonde.
Photography: Alessandro Mariscalco, Kelvin Atmadibrata, Hankyoel Lee.
© Luca Bosani