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Technophallus Tupamaras, 2020–ongoing

mixed media

"Technophallus Tupamars“ is a multidisciplinary work cycle by Anna Ehrenstein searching to create a new relationship with science and technology iconography through gifting it with a global south, queerfeminist kink. It consists of a 360° Video assemblage with the Bogota based performance and voguing collective “House of Tupamaras” as well as sculptural works of extended photography and installation.

Seemingly objective relations between human and technology have been influenced by historical dominant power imbalances amongst others, fascism and the canonical liaison of technology to male reproductive power. The work reflects socio-political issues and knowledge generation through dance and conversation.

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Anna Ehrenstein

Anna Ehrenstein works in transdisciplinary artistic practice with an emphasize on research and mediation. She is using print, video, installation, social moments or sculpture to reverberate the intersections and divergences of high and low cultures and their socio-economic and bio-political constitutions. Born in Germany with Albanian heritage and raised between the two cultures, realities and reflections around migration-related visual culture, diasporic narrations, networked images and the class hierarchy of pixels form main foci due to her own intercultural experiences.

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