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Free and ubiquitous energy has always been a utopian dream for the technosphere as it confronts the limits of a finite Earth system. In his artistic narration, Nile Koetting cycles through a series of inquiries about free and ubiquitous energy and the spectacle that results.

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Nile Koetting

Nile Koetting, is an artist who lives and works in Berlin. Influenced by the information age in which he grew up, Koetting works with a diverse range of media, including text, film, performance, sound, and installation focusing on the themes of resonance and sensing. After completing studies in media, sound art, in Tokyo and Helsinki, Koetting became active in video and installation work. His work has been presented at “Roppongi Crossing 2016” (Mori Art Museum, Tokyo), “New Sensorium” (ZKM, Karlsruhe), “Whistler” (Yamamoto Gendai, Tokyo). In 2016, he will present his new installation piece at Maison Hermés in Tokyo. Koetting has also performed internationally with dance and theater companies such as Constanza Macras / Dorky Park, Saburo Teshigawara, and The Agency.