PAMAL_Group | 3615 LOVE


exhibition: Monday, 29 June - Sunday, 5 July
visiting hours: Tuesday - Sunday, from 12PM till 7PM
talk with authors and Vuk Ćosić: Wednesday, 1 July | at 7PM

The installation 3615 Love is dedicated to telematic art. On the basis of the reconstruction of telematic materialities (videotex, Minitel network, etc.) and the works of Jacques-Elie Chabert and Camille Philibert (L'Objet perdu, 1985), Eduardo Kac (Videotext Poems, 1985-1986), Marie Molins (QR Code, 2018) 3615 Love shows how fragile and vulnerable our digital environment - and a fortiori its artistic productions - is.

Formed around artworks of the 1980s, the installation combines recent achievements, showing that a technical medium never really dies. Dependent on the reconstruction of old artworks and their materialities (hardware, software, network...), the installation is a work in progress.

Developed since 2014, 3615 Love was shown at Cerisy-la-Salle, Amsterdam, Paris and Aix-en-Provence and will be on display in Ljubljana (June 29-July 5, 2020) at osmo/za, accompanied by a moderated public debate on telematic art and media archaeology of Minitel and videotex.


PAMAL_Group (Preservation & Art – Media Archaeology Lab is an artistic group and research unit in media archaeology based in Europe (Germany, Austria, France). PAMAL develops an artistic and theoretical practice based on the reconstruction of vulnerable or disappeared digital artworks, questioning the temporalities and materialities of technical media. PAMAL relies on many collaborations with other artists whoseworks have been affected by obsolescence. It was founded in 2013. Website:

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