POST CITY will host a pop-up exhibition that’s the outcome of the Summer Sessions of V2. It showcases the works of Johannes Langkamp (DE), Roel Roscam Abbing (NL), Máté Pacsika (HU) and Carina Hesper (NL)—for instance, an analog tracker of the Sun’s path across the sky (Johannes Langkamp), and a browser that lets users see which countries and networks are being traversed by the information they’re accessing or inputting at the moment (Roel Roscam Abbing). Máté Pacsika built a dolly zoom installation as an allusion to Hitchcock’s Vertigo. Carina Hesper’s contributions are rather unsettling portraits that actually do—and don’t just seem to—track and stare back at the people beholding them.
Analog Sun Tracking
Roel Roscam Abbing