• Tukk Sitta


A project by Tukk Sitta

Residency period:

October 2010


21-25 October 2010, Stropnik flat, Ljubljana


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The first real world exhibition of Wall 2 Wall by the authors of Tukk Sitta. Since September 2008 thousands of Facebook users follow the misadventures of Tukk Sitta, a lovable misfit who exists only on Facebook. He moves through social networks reconstructing memories by adding himself to other people’s photos. He often appears passed out drunk, vomiting or in a state of confusion in your favorite family or vacation photo. Facebook users engage in the virtual performance art intervention titled Wall 2 Wall by sending friend requests, commenting on photos and by constructing narratives about the images. During the past 24 months, more then 1000 digital images have been created by the authors and some of the 150 participants in the project. The first real world exhibition of Wall 2 Wall contains documentation of the project as well as conceptual art pieces that will engage gallery visitors in the Tukk Sitta meme. Gallery visitors who attend the opening exhibition will experience virtual performance art in real time and real world. Wall 2 Wall started in September 2008 with ideas generated by Andrew Hicks (U.S.A.), Teresa Novotny (Austria) and Ernest Truely (U.S.A./Estonia). Stock photos of Tukk Sitta are created by Lea Giardin (Switzerland), Mic Mait (Estonia) and Jaana.Maijala (Finland). Wall 2 Wall explores virtual space as a location for art production, constructed memory, and the nature of interpersonal relationships between the real and the virtual.

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