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Net Ballet
Internet 2001

Ballet Net
The Bolshoi Moscow 2002

M-III RoboBallet
Bergen 2003

BRVI - RealVideo
Aksioma 2003

Autto Mobillikka
Ljubljana 2004

Illegallikka Robottikka
La Scala Milan 2004

BEO Guerrиllиkka
NP Belgrade 2005

Volks Net Ballet
Volksbühne Berlin 2006

Portraits
2007

Aeronauttikka
2007

Renmin Net Ballet
Hong Kong 2007

Stattikka
Dresden 2007

Olymppikka
Fire Polygon 2008

Hydraullikka
Madrid 2008

Intermenttikka
Seoul 2008

Norddikka
Svalbard 2008/09

Nipponnikka
M. Torishima Japan 2009

Insecttikka
Hamburg 2010

SubAquattikka
Ljubljana ZOO 2010

Antarcttikka
Internet 2011


supplement:
Radiophonnikka
Radio Slovenia ARS 2017
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Balletikka Internettikka

Low-Tech Internet Para-Ballet by Igor Štromajer & Brane Zorman | 10 years: 2001-2011 | www.intima.org/bi

Ballettikka Internettikka: Antarcttikka, 14-20 November 2011, Internet




Ballettikka Internettikka is a series of tactical art projects by Igor Štromajer and Brane Zorman which began in 2001 with the exploration of Internet ballet. It explores wireless Internet ballet performances combined with guerrilla tactics and mobile live Internet broadcasting strategies. The 10-years project ended in 2011.



- authors: Igor Štromajer & Brane Zorman
- theoretical adviser: Bojana Kunst

Co-produced by Intima and Cona Ljubljana.

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"We shall fight them on the beaches. We shall fight them on the landing grounds. We shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills. We shall never surrender."
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On 13 December 1958 members of the Soviet 3rd Antarctic Expedition were the first in the world to reach the Pole of Inaccessibility. The Soviet expeditors set the Lenin bust. The bust is still clearly visible from many kilometers away and is facing Moscow.

The Hollow Earth hypothesis proposes that the planet Earth is either wholly hollow or otherwise contains a substantial interior space.
Leonhard Euler's (a pioneering Swiss mathematician and physicist, 1707-1783) purported hollow-Earth thought-experiment, featuring openings at the poles, with an internal star.
In 19th century, John Cleves Symmes, Jr. suggested that the Earth consisted of a hollow shell about 1300 km thick, with openings about 2300 km across at both poles with 4 inner shells each open at the poles.
'Hollow Earth: entrance in Antarctica'

ALH 84001 is a meteorite that was found in Antarctica (1984). This rock is theorized to be one of the oldest pieces of the solar system, proposed to have crystallized from molten rock 4 billion years ago. Based on hypotheses surrounding attempts to identify where extraterrestrial rocks come from, it is supposed to have originated on Mars.
ALH 84001

Transmitting live from the Ocean below the Antarctic Ice. You can listen to the underwater sound of the Antarctic Ocean with a delay of a few seconds (Palaoa).
AWI The Alfred Wegener Institute

Antarctica is the coldest place on Earth. The coldest natural temperature ever recorded on Earth was -89.2 C (-128.6 F) at the Russian Vostok Station in Antarctica on 21 July 1983. For comparison, this is 11 C (20 F) colder than subliming dry ice.
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Moving the South Pole
Each January first, the position of 90 degrees South is determined and marked with a large marker of a unique design. And each year, day by day, the marker is carried away by the movement of the glacial ice cap.
Every year, the marker is redesigned and relocated 10 meters to its true pole position.
The South Pole ice sheet is drifting toward South America about 10 meters a year; the pole marker is shifted that amount to correlate with the actual axis of the earth. Thatís why there is also a 'ceremonial marker' because in 100 years the actual pole will lie about 3000 feet away from the original Amundsen-Scott Station.
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