Viewing Copy was an exhibition showing the work of Auto Italia for the first time in Cairo, presenting two past projects; Auto Italia LIVE: Double Dip Concession and My Skin Is At War With A World Of Data.
MY SKIN IS AT WAR WITH A WORLD OF DATA
A film which explored the paranoiac function of images in our hyperreal networked-society, conceived of as a collective enterprise by artists Kate Cooper, Marianne Forrest, Andrew Kerton and Jess Wiesner.
Auto Italia LIVE: Double Dip Concession
Auto Italia LIVE: Double Dip Concession was a one-off episode in the Auto Italia Live series, engaging directly with the format of live television. This episode was commissioned by the ICA as part of the exhibition Remote Control.
It’s Like Staring Someone Out Who’s Not Even Looking at You
This event was a performative screening by Kate Cooper, Leslie Kulesh and Jess Wiesner and produced by Auto Italia, screened alongside Barbara Hammer’s Audience 1982, and Multiple Orgasm 1976.
Ever-Changing Moods was a project by Rachal Bradley and Jess Wiesner, commissioned by Auto Italia, it brought together sculpture and performance in collaboration with a wide variety of contributing artists.