TETI is particularly interested in the experience and representation of changing urban environments within the historical transitional period associated with trans-industriality. First, how do bodies experience the architectures, the sounds, the visual stimulation of the city, and how do people position themselves with regard to the specific modifications it witnessed in the recent past (a broader enquiry would look at how this specific experience might compare with important past evolutions in the urban and the technological field). Second, how are these changes mediated by artistic creations? This axis aims to look at a range of artistic genres, ranging from the visual arts to theatre, poetry and literature, and to analyse the modes through which artworks envision the urban developments and how they affect the cities’ inhabitants. Furthermore, it aims to assess as well as contribute to the capacity of such visions to alter and negotiate the construction of our urban present and futures.
Trans-industrial pressure in Formosa: Taipei Biennial 2018, Gabriel Gee reports from the Taipei Biennial, entitled "Post-nature: museum as an ecosystem', curated by Francesco Manacorda and Wu Mali, Museum of Fine Arts Taipei, 17.11.2018 – 10.03.2019
'Stories & places: from fish to textile, through river and gardens', Wu Mali in conversation with Gabriel Gee, Singapore, August 2018
'Sand, radar, spectres & garden cities: artists Cliona Harmey & Monica Ursina Jäger in conversation with Gabriel Gee, 26th of May 2018, at Corner College, held as part of the exhibition 'Hinterland: blood as a rover'.
'In contact with the wild': artist Michael Günzburger in conversation with Gabriel Gee, June 2018, at Corner College, Zurich, held as part of the exhibition 'Hinterland: blood as a rover', and revolving around the publication of the book Contact, by Michael Günzburger and Lukas Bärfuss, at Patrick Frey Press.
Seen Unseen: In conversation with Salvatore Vitale, 11.05.2018. In the following discussion which took place at Corner College, Zurich, as part of the exhibition Hinterland: the eyes of the lighthouse, the photographer Salvatore Vitale (IT. l.Lugano) talks to Gabriel Gee and curator Lars Willumeit about his series on the return of the wolf in Switzerland and his ongoing research into borders, control and identity in Switzerland.
Entry 10 01.05.2017
Roll On Roll Off: artist Marie Reinert evokes maritimes spaces and fluxes, gestures and labor in a discussion with Gabriel Gee (French)
Entry 9 01.07.2016
Made in Taiwan: Yang Mao Lin in conversation with Gabriel Gee
Entry 8, 16.12.2015
Cliona Harmey responds to Gabriel Gee; discussing her 2015 project Dublin Ships
Entry 7 24.04.2015
Conor McFeely responds to Gabriel Gee, discussing his recent project entitled The prisoners' cinema (2014-15)
Entry 6 24.04.2015
Andreas Marti responds to Gabriel Gee on his recent pieces: We Were Here (2014-15)
Entry 5 24.11.2014
Conor McFeely responds to Gabriel Gee on the topic of Elizabethan Collars
Entry n.4 01.04.2013
Liquid, Measure and History: Notes on Conor McFeely's Weathermen A text to accompany the exhibition of the work of Derry based artist Conor McFeely at the Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast, in April 2013.
Entry n.3 04.05.2012
Mapping Baybrook, an interview of Professors Steve Bradley and Nicole King by Michelle Stefano. "From community building to chemical dumping, the industrial urban landscape holds stories of the wonders and the horrors of the history of the United States of America. “Mapping Baybrook” is a collaborative and interdisciplinary exploration of place that blends digital mapping technologies with research into the history and culture of an industrial community in Maryland referred to as Baybrook—a merging of the names of two neighborhoods Brooklyn and Curtis Bay. This community is a mix of diverse but connected neighborhoods located along the southeast coastline of Baltimore City"
Entry n.2 04.05.2012
Architecture 5, by Paul Pouvreau, With a commentary by Gabriel Gee.
Entry n.1 20.07.2011
The Volunteer's fresco is a project by Vincent Fradet for the square Charles Floquet in Rueil-Malmaison, France. With a commentary by Gabriel Gee