4 October 2018

SFSIA, 2015, Saas-Fee (EGS), Switzerland.
6 weeks in the mountain village of Saas-Fee in Southwest Switzerland as the site of writing and curating with a series of site-specific installations and performances. (exhibition)
Culminating in performance and site-specific transformation of the tourist office, the streets, the meadows and the surroundings of this alpine town. The works presented are intended to reflect on the notion of the singularity submerged in the multiple. Associated with Jack Segbar at Leiden University Academy of Creative and Performing Arts and the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) in The Hague. SFSIA. See video lecture content.
The program was in conjunction with the European Graduate School. 
Theorists engaged with included Armen Avanessian, Franco Berardi, Mathieu Copeland, Anselm Franke, Charles Gaines, Anke Hennig, Quinn Latimer, Suzana Milevska, Warren Neidich, John Rajchman, Gerald Raunig, Dorothee Richter, Barry Schwabsky, Hito Steyerl and Ben Vickers
Intercambiador ACART, 2012, Madrid region, Spain
Artist-In-Residence as an exchange with local artists. Involved open studio presentation and exhibition. I was able to enter dialogues in Spanish on my years living as an artist at the end of the Chilean dictatorship.

Modern Art Projects, Blue Mountains west of Sydney

Intercambiador ACART, Madrid

SFIA, Saas-fee, Switzerland

SFIA, Saas-fee, Switzerland

Intercambiador ACART, Madrid. Local
Modern Art Projects (MAP), 2017 Kiosk residency, Blue Mountains NSW
Thematics: energy, data abstract and cognitive capitalism
with Rebecca Waterstone, Ian Milliss, Naomi Oliver and Jacqueline Drinkall (artist-curator).
Frontyard Projects, 2017 residency, Sydney, NSW.
Theme: Drinkall and Armstrong collaboration to create new EEG neuroheadset interactive video montages; I began work on data centre mapping and visualisation of the movement of data in the Sydney region. Extending later to Berlin data centres.