1. Valparaiso, The Jewel of the Pacific


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    Welcome to Valparaiso, we leave the capital to visit this city full of art, culture and history. Web: heliumwhale.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/heliumwhale

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    • Santiago de Chile, The Capital


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      Welcome to Santiago de Chile, after a month in the mountains, lakes and sea lions we return to the big and cultural city of Santiago. Web: heliumwhale.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/heliumwhale

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      • Villarrica, The IX Region


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        Welcome to Villarrica, here we completely forgot how the city looks like and we got lost on its streets, mountains and parks... Web: http://heliumwhale.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/heliumwhale

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        • Valdivia, Region of the Rivers


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          Welcome to our first town traveling as Digital Nomads: Valdivia, a town from the south of Chile known for its german influence, its beer, its wine and its cultural legacy. Web: http://heliumwhale.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/heliumwhale

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          • IMTI: the act of charging as a ritual of the digital nomad


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            We bond with our devices. Through them we are connected with our environment, regardless of location. Inevitably the act of charging turns into a daily ritual. Imti explores the issue of comprising freedom, autonomy, self-responsibility and the balance between the pleasures from being connected and the freedom from not being connected.

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            • Life on the RUN! RUN! RUN! trailer


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              This is a trailer for a new performance-lecture entitled ‘Life on the RUN! RUN! RUN!’. The music is composed by Philip Tan philbeat.com For Blaise Pascal, human beings’ nature ‘consists in motion; complete rest is death’. This echoes the words of Lao Zi who describes human beings as ‘soft and nimble when living, but firm and rigid when dead.’ In other words, stagnancy is associated with death, and movement with life. Dr Kai Syng Tan’s work brings this ethos to life. It scrutinises the poetics of physical, imaginative and virtual movements — via running. 'Life on the RUN! RUN! RUN!' explores running as a critical and creative strategy for the 21st contemporary individual, with a focus on the physical and poetic processes of ‘being on the run’. What are the new frontiers or grand tours for the 21st century mobile citizen? What does it mean to be a political, digital, existential and intellectual exile, with ‘no home to return to’ (Lao Zi)? What are the ways in which we can engage with or run against the city and state? How can running function as a creative and critical strategy? What are the ways in which mobility function as a metaphor for resistance, set against the status quo, against things ‘coming to a standstill’ or ‘taking things lying down’? In this age of increased border control, paranoia and surveillance, (how) can we cross borders and remain or become autonomous? Kai samples practices and theories from different schools of thought, including Situationism, paleoanthropology and the Chinese philosophy of Daoism (Taoism). She also shares what she has learnt first-hand (or rather, 'first-feet') as someone who has called Tokyo, London, Leeds, Chicago and Singapore 'home'. Kai presents her paper in the form of a 'performance-lecture', with a generous application of running-related metaphors. Drawing on the traditions of the performance-lecture (Walid Raad/Atlas Group) and cine-essay (Chris Marker, Agne Varda), Kai's brand of performance-lectures are scripted talks are accompanied by highly-collaged moving images. Sound and image dance and battle with each another, enacting the exuberance of running, yet also raising questions about academic and artistic conventions of knowledge production. Life on the RUN! RUN! RUN! is part of a larger work entitled Bodies on the RUN! RUN! RUN!, a two-year project that consists of a film, book and website. The work will be largely created on the move, at locations exotic and mundane, actual and virtual. kaisyngtan.com/portfolio/bodies 'Life on the RUN! RUN! RUN!' premieres on 20 June 2015, 1700hrs-1730hrs, at the Brick Lane Gallery, 196 Brick Lane, London E1 6SA, London, UK. It is part of and responds to the theme and site of EX PARTE, an exhibition curated by Annie Kwan. EX PARTE is an official programme of 2015 travelling showcase, 'Singapore: Inside Out', presented by the Singapore Tourism Board as part of Singapore’s 50th anniversary of independence, EX PARTE utilises the lens of those who have sojourned at home and away, and who continue to maintain connections to their home as well as beyond their original localities. Other artists include Erika Tan and Andrew Herdon. http://www.artsjobs.org.uk/index.php?id=25&ne_post_id=151698 https://singaporeinsideout.com

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              • A Digital Nomad Workation in South-East Asia, 126 Days in 126 Seconds


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                See more www.instagram.com/thedigitalnomad

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                • Baufestival!


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                  Info: in English: http://coconat-space.com/baufestival/ auf Deutsch: http://coconat-space.com/de/ 2 months of building, food, and fun! Zwei Monate Spaß am Bau

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