Ed Fornieles

Maybe New Friends (Britney Rivers)
Gallery of Ed Fornieles
3 Pictures et 1 vidéo

Gallery of Ed Fornieles

3 Pictures et 1 vidéo

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Maybe New Friends (Britney Rivers)
Maybe New Friends (Britney Rivers) 2013

Ed Fornieles explores the impact of the virtual on the physical world – or maybe vice versa. Hinging on what he calls ‘the osmosis between online and offline realities’, his work is characterised by systems whose unforeseeable, uncontrollable functioning generates films, sculptures, installations and performances. Fornieles uses the social networking websites togenerate narratives, which he then changes before uploading them again onto the web in an endlesscycle. For the Biennale Fornieles has chosen as his point of departure a sitcom, which he has been developing on Facebook and Twitter. It tells the story of “seven ambitious young men and women as theymake their way in the world” – a story that he has used to create a new series of images and installations.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


Comment y aller
Maybe New Friends (Britney Rivers)
Maybe New Friends (Britney Rivers) 2013

Ed Fornieles explores the impact of the virtual on the physical world – or maybe vice versa. Hinging on what he calls ‘the osmosis between online and offline realities’, his work is characterised by systems whose unforeseeable, uncontrollable functioning generates films, sculptures, installations and performances. Fornieles uses the social networking websites togenerate narratives, which he then changes before uploading them again onto the web in an endlesscycle. For the Biennale Fornieles has chosen as his point of departure a sitcom, which he has been developing on Facebook and Twitter. It tells the story of “seven ambitious young men and women as theymake their way in the world” – a story that he has used to create a new series of images and installations.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


Comment y aller
Maybe New Friends (Britney Rivers)
Maybe New Friends (Britney Rivers) 2013

Ed Fornieles explores the impact of the virtual on the physical world – or maybe vice versa. Hinging on what he calls ‘the osmosis between online and offline realities’, his work is characterised by systems whose unforeseeable, uncontrollable functioning generates films, sculptures, installations and performances. Fornieles uses the social networking websites togenerate narratives, which he then changes before uploading them again onto the web in an endlesscycle. For the Biennale Fornieles has chosen as his point of departure a sitcom, which he has been developing on Facebook and Twitter. It tells the story of “seven ambitious young men and women as theymake their way in the world” – a story that he has used to create a new series of images and installations.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


Comment y aller
Maybe New Friends (Britney Rivers) 2013

Ed Fornieles explores the impact of the virtual on the physical world – or maybe vice versa. Hinging on what he calls ‘the osmosis between online and offline realities’, his work is characterised by systems whose unforeseeable, uncontrollable functioning generates films, sculptures, installations and performances. Fornieles uses the social networking websites togenerate narratives, which he then changes before uploading them again onto the web in an endlesscycle. For the Biennale Fornieles has chosen as his point of departure a sitcom, which he has been developing on Facebook and Twitter. It tells the story of “seven ambitious young men and women as theymake their way in the world” – a story that he has used to create a new series of images and installations.

La Sucrière


49 quai Rambaud
69002, Lyon


Comment y aller