Enter Me Tonight is the new book by Dena, an explorer, a nature lover and an interpenetrative artist. Enter Me Tonight is the result of 20 years of research and reflection collected in a picture novel on evolutionary tales for future progenitors and the un-quantified self. At CLARK, Dena presents a sonic version that will be available at the Poste Audio and will read excerpts during the book launch, on March 26, 5pm.
Once upon a tide, man created Artificial Intelligence, Astronuts, Stateship Orbital Tombs and Artificial Uterus. Fragmented intelligence accelerates bit by bits the degradation of our earth...
For some, the only strategy is to escape, some others, decided to clean and celebrated the escapist departure. They started to rethink, relink and rebuild this amazing house, the only one we have, a living spaceship.
Since 1996, Li Alin presents art works questioning evolution strategies and human reproduction. Some of her projects include a notorious sperm bank Eugenie sponsored by the Canada Council for the Arts presented at the Canadian Cultural Center in Paris, the provocative sperm distribution Weisser Markt in the Zoologischer Stadtgarten Karlsruhe for the exhibition Menschenpark organized by the Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung directed by Peter Sloterdijk, her multidisciplinary performance Royal Mustang presented at La Chapelle, Contemporary Scenes developed at the Tanzhaus NRW in Düsseldorf with the European network Tryangle and her ovum and sperm recruiting session Eugenie 2.0 in the dome of the Society of Art and Technology in Montreal.