Esben Holk @ HOUSE OF KILLING
Augmented Archeology is the study of human history post current era through the excavation of pixelated reality augmentations and the analysis of GLB artefacts. Uncovered 21 PCE, the Tempelhofer Cybernetic Meadow is the primary site for Augmented Archeology Research and GLB Preservation. It has, since the discovery of the first OBJ Carving, unveiled artefacts and idols that tell a story of soon-to-be ancient digital culture that centers around shared memetic recognition and dankness.
180cm, 170cm, 102cm
Blessed Idol - Doge Detail
GLB Object, condition: semi pixelated, shiny
About the artist
Esben Holk is a digital artist, excavator and programmer based in Berlin. Their practice encompasses creative code, performance and digital collage, and produces rhizomatic worlds out of 3D graphics, esoteric systems and soft queer dreams of virtuality. They Work in the collectives Inkubator Collective, www.play4usnow.com and HOUSE OF KILLING and exhibit off- and online across platforms such as Transmediale, Die Digitale Festival, Arebyte on Screen and Gallery Panke. “Didn’t I tell you I was content redistribution?”, they whispered and continued a stream of incessant pop-cultural reference, digital content and a naive utopian faith in the revolutionary agency of our hybridized digital queer bodies. xoxo oo