English / Norwegian


March 4th, 2020 - May 3rd, 2020

Photo: Geocinema: video still from Framing Territories (2019). © Geocinema

Geocinema considers planetary-scale networks – cell phones, surveillance cameras, satellites, geosensors – as a vastly distributed cinematic apparatus. Their “stitching” processes are used for imperial observation, surveillance, verification, and tracking. Whether planned or accidental, they contribute to a visual culture for an uncertain future-present and yet, this “camera” is framing a form of “geocinema.” In their exhibition at Kunsthall Trondheim, Geocinema consider this vast geocinematic apparatus as generator of a new form of distributed, machine-aided intelligence. The collective traces its creations and points it towards modes of seeing otherwise.

Geocinema consists of art historian Asia Bazdyrieva and filmmaker Solveig Suess.

  • Price
  • Adults: 50 NOK Seniors/students: 25 NOK Free admission for children (under 18 y/o), students of Art and Art History and members of NBK, TBK, NK, UKS and TGF. Free admission for all on Tuesdays.