No Media Collective: DystoRpia Project

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DystoRpia Project

DystoRpia Project is a new media installation created with everyday technology that serves as a small communication platform for performances. This new media project functions takes DystoRpia as a concept that helps us investigate different forms of integration within the Americas. In collaboration with The Sandbox Project.


No Media Collective is a group of artists, curators and media researchers dedicated to produce and develop media and new media art projects. It is a multicultural and multidisciplinary collective.

Arlan Londono is a Toronto based artist and curator. As an artist he has focused on public space interventions and site-specific installations.

Rodrigo Hernandez-Gomez is a member of the No Media Collective and E-Fagia in Toronto, has participated with La Lleca Collective in Mexico City.  His artistic projects are linked by three main concepts: performativity, cultural potentiality and the creation of knowledge. Rodrigo obtained an MFA at York University (2010)

Background Information
  • Encuentro Location (São Paulo): USP - Departamento de Artes Cênicas, ECA
  • Date: January 16, 2013
  • Country: Canada
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