Worldwide networking creates new, global aesthetic tendencies: that is the tenor of this exhibition. It presents a selection of outstanding key works by international artists of the five continents. Inspired by applied, formal, and aesthetic qualities, the artists deal with the exploration of the opportunities and risks associated with these new resources, which are brought to bear in the various arts presented in this exhibition: painting, drawing, photography, interactive installations, and video art.
The selection includes works in formats such as video sculpture, video art, video performance, video installation, audiovisual installation, interactive installation, and interactive sound installation. A widely used concept in the field of contemporary art, intervention usually stands for interference, manipulation and interaction between oeuvre and audience.
Die Auswahl der Werke umfasst Formate wie Video-Skulptur oder Videokunst, aber auch Videoinstallation, audiovisuelle oder interaktive Installation und Klanginstallation. The Project digital art conservation. Are you born-digital? This could be the ultimate, decisive question in the future when it comes to preserving and making the art of our time accessible for future generations. The book presents the results of the digital art conservation project that was conceived at the ZKM Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe in It includes text contributions by major theorists, restorers, programmers, and artists as well as case studies.
It is designed to foster the international debate on the conservation of digital art. Das Projekt digital art conservation.
Who are we looking for?
Le Projet digital art conservation. Neckar-Vlg Sammelmappe 24,5 x 32,5 cm, inkl. Meisterwerke der Medienkunst Marc Lee geb. The gateways catalogue introduces artists whose works deal with the changed conditions of an interconnected world that increasingly is influenced by media. The exhibition gateways. Art and Networked Culture introduces a young generation of artists whose work deals with the changing conditions of a networked world — a world increasingly transmitted through media. The artistic works presented here use various means to tackle the theme of gateways that lead to realms of action and experience in our digitally interconnected culture.
Through their use of electronic networks and mobile technologies, the artists encourage the public to participate actively and transport new experiences in perception. Artists 10 Herbert W.
Soll sie zu Revolutionen anstiften und Menschen dazu bewegen, sich zur Wehr zu setzen? Hildegard Fraueneder, geboren , Kunstwissenschaftlerin und Ausstellungskuratorin. Leiterin der Galerie in Salzburg. Gianni Stiletto, geboren , freier Komponist und Keyboarder. In the publication Owning Online Art — Selling and Collecting Netbased Artworks, art historians discuss the critical positioning of selected works of net art Rachel Mader and approach questions on the relationship between internet art and the art market from the standpoint of the history of media Peter Schneemann.
Using the example of specific works, artists discuss aspects of the materiality of net-based art Markus Schwander and reflect on their experience with curators and collectors, as well as with the issues of the commercialisation and conservation of net art Olia Lialina, Carlo Zanni. Our research partner, the AktiveArchive project contributed its expertise in the areas of documentation, conservation and restoration of electronic art and discussed solutions for the restoration of net-based works Tabea Lurk.
A number of different economies can be applied to the issue of the relationship between net-based art and the art market: the economies of the market, of novelty and of recognition Simon Grand , as well as aspects of the economy of free, immaterial products Felix Stalder. The text section closes with the answers of the 17 international artists to the questionnaire sent out by the OOA research project. Publication of the research contributions is available in four formats.
- Harald Strotmann.
- What Next?
- My Wishlist.
- I Know Him by Heart;
- der lissabon strategie Ebook!
- Call for Papers.
The decision towards this variety is linked to the object of investigation of our research project in the field of online culture: We want to test established and new publication formats for their benefits for research publications. Scientific partners Dr. Rachel Mader University of Berne , Prof. Peter Schneemann University of Berne , Dr. Felix Stalder ZHdK. They can act as artists, curators and producers. Visitors to the exhibition are central as users, as emancipated consumers.
YOU are the content in this exhibition! YOU are the user of the world and part of the world, and with that a participant in the world.
Whoever is a part of the world also bears some responsibility for the world, of which they are a part. Through their participation, the YOU, the user, has the chance to change the world. In the most technologically advanced environments and installations, the most recent state of the art of participation, pARTicipation, is being shown. That reinforces that tendency, which becomes established in the spirit of the enlightenment for democracy, for untrammelled access to education for all and for the creativity of all.
In the global context of the information and communication society, the Biacs3 will make a new map of Global Art, World Art, addressing the specific aspect of media, environment and technology. Under the title youniverse, the Biennial of Seville will show how contemporary art worldwide has changed through the influence of media, technology, science and architecture by fostering one main goal: the participation of the public and a new equation between man and his environment.
The creations of the selected artists approximately works will revolve around mobility, individualisation through technologies, quantum physics, nanotechnology, hydraulic engineering, architecture and the environment. One aspect will be to show that technology as man-made nature can help to solve our problems with natural environments. The other aspect will be the democratization of art.
The audience, rather than the artists, is the star. Spain , Immaterial museum. Andrei Ujica Rumania , Out of the Present, Antonio Barrese Italia , Zeus playing, Archigram Peter Cook. Archizoom Andrea Branzi. Italia , No-Stop-City, Digital animation. Bas Princen Holland , Birdwatchers, Bose Krishnamachari India , Ghost: Transmemoir. Catherine Ikam France , Yoona 1, David, Depuis, Sound-light sculpture.
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Interactive installation. Claude Parent France , Oblique Potentialism. Spain , Media-Tic Building, Coop Himmelb l au Austria , Villa Rosa, STEMCloud, BIACS production. France , Ex — lles, Italia , Animal Pharm, Emergent Architecture Tom Wiscombe. France , Chair model, Gianni Pettena Italia , Wearable Chairs, Gregor Eichinger Austria , Urbar, installation. Interactive Sound Installation.
Gonzalo Puch Spain , Sin titulo, Hiraki Sawa Japan , Eight Minutes, Inhere, Holland , Cell Phone Disco, France , Maison H, Portrait to Smile Once a Year, Jones Partners Architecture Wes Jones. Jordan Wolfson USA. Site-Specific installation. Juan Carlos Robles Spain , Volker, Jurgen Mayer H. Germany , Metropol Parasol, USA , Inversabrane, Site-specific installation. Manolo Bautista Spain , Diamond Motel. Martin Walde Austria , Production Limits. Masaki Fujihata Japan , Beyond Pages, USA , Beast, Spain , Plaza de las Libertades.
Michael Sailstorfer Germany , Sternschnuppe, NOX Lars Spuybroek. Holland , Pavillon H2O, Oh Yong-Seok Korea , Drama, Oliver van der Berg Germany , Kameras, Sternenprojektor, Holland , Portals, Madrid, Spain , Civil Registry Office, A Light Rain, PIPS: Lab collective. Holland , Luma2solator, Caja de sombras 2. Accelerator, Prayer Wheel, Rosalie Germany , Helios, France , Dusty relief, Bangkok, France , Akousmaflore, USA , Spoorg, Metal Desk, Metal Motorcycle, Shilpa Gupta India , Untitled, Interactive video-projection.
Stephan von Huene EE. SunMyoung Choi Korea , Evidence of the invisible 1. Video- projection. Tim Macmillan Germany , Ferment. Tom Kovac Australia , Visualising the virtual concourse, Tom Verebes U. Luminous system, installation. Wolfgang Munch Germany , Bubbles, Ai Ran Kang Korea , Digital book. Video intallation. Video projection. Dave Griffiths UK , Aljazari, Eli Gur Arie Israel , Untitled, Hand, Untitled, Monitored Feeding Station, UVA, Perfume Pedestal, Arctic Spring, Disposable incubator, Eugenio Ampudia Spain , En Juego, Kim Shin-il Korea , Water.
Sangkyoon Noh Korea , One End. Another End. Double End. The New End. What are You Looking for. WAYLF — me — pink. L-Algorithm , Interactive sculpture. Digital video. Tire sculpture. Media art is one of the most exciting experimental fields to emerge in contemporary art in recent years—and yet its innovations have been sparsely documented.
Media Arts Zurich, the third yearbook published by the Department New Media at the newly founded Zurich University of the Arts, seeks to fill this gap, offering an illuminating overview of the Swiss media art scene of the past decade. This book examines the varying approaches, techniques, and strategies of acclaimed media artists as well as the public reception of their work. Accompanied by a companion DVD in PAL format and lavish illustrations, this volume presents thirteen individual artists and groups in the context of their backgrounds, exhibitions, and the state of European media art.
Two essays by art and media historians here position these Swiss media artists in the international art world and document the first ten years and visions for the future of the media art program at the Zurich University of the Arts and its predecessor, the School of Art and Design Zurich. Richly illustrated and deeply informed, Media Arts Zurich points the way to a new European avant-garde. This is a lavish product, designed to help promote talented work and also, therefore, the school through a combination of short descriptive texts, lots of pictures and a DVD. This yearbook provides an opportunity to survey new media from a generational standpoint, and raises questions about whether there are any commonalities among this young Swiss group.
One immediate answer to this focuses on the idea of the choices of specific medias. Moreover, we are presented with works that look at the technical limits and possibilities of various media, and which explore their relationship with social environments and rules. And both are simply on the right track. I am quite exited to run WoW in korean hangul letter system.
Recently, the outlook of Seoul is rapidly changing. Seoul is under-construction. What is changing is not only outlook, but our daily life is also changed. It is no longer surprise thing or imagination to watch TV or talk with friends face to face. Many art works are installed on the street, overpasses. People can enjoy art in the park. However, take the different perspective, and ask to ourselves.
Furthermore, what is purpose of art in that sense? It is not used in negative way which is stealing personal information without permission, either. Rather it is right to say that this word is chosen in the metaphorical context: critical thinking, reconsider of our social system and technology. This project is consists of two parts. First part is related with actual data which artists get from Seoul city such as traffic flow, sound capture and transfer, some official statistic data.
For this TMCA collaborated with media lab in universities. Like Balettikka Internettikka from Slovenia and Graffitti Research Lab from USA, they go into the society in order to re-thinking about social system by the intervention and physical hacking. Nanna from Korea is doing performance of asking people to buy or sell their time in the public space. She gets into people, and gives them a chance to think their busy life, or time in philosophical sense. Aram Bartholl from Germany make workshop which connected with computer game, but in a very analogical way. The results of performance from the workshop, for sure, bring fresh air to the people who will meet them on the street.
Einen zentralen Forschungsschwerpunkt von Harald Strotmann in den vergangenen Jahren bilden Projekte im Bereich der Arbeitsmarktforschung. Multinational companies: can they foster well-being in the eyes of the poor? Results from an empirical case study. International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility, 4 2. Multidimensional Poverty Index and Happiness. Journal of Happiness Studies, 19 1 , Corporate Contributions to Developing Health Capabilities.
Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, The impact of regional location factors on job creation, job destruction and employment growth in manufacturing. The role of employees for post-entry firm growth. Sozialer Fortschritt, 60 9 , Materielle Mitarbeiterbeteiligungen - kein Allheilmittel!. Deutsches Sparkassenmagazin. Zur Positionierung des Landes im nationalen und internationalen Standortwettbwerb. Absorptive capacity and innovation in the knowledge intensive business service sector. Public Finance Review Abstracts , 34 11 , Journal of Business Economics, 75 12 , Steuermoral — das Spannungsfeld zwischen Freiwilligkeit der Steuerzahlung und Steuerhinterziehung.
Statistisches Monatsheft 8 , Wo viel Sonne ist, ist auch viel Schatten. Sozialwissenschaftliche Informationen : Sowi, 32 3 , Mitbestimmung 6 , A New Tchenbycheff-type inequality for deviations from the median. Peter Lang Verlag. In Schwaab, M. Chancen - Erfahrungen - Herausforderungen. Halbjahr nach Formen der Aufgabenwahrnehmung.