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  Hybrid IV
Hybrid Ecologies
Marko Athisaari (FI)
Usman Haque (UK)
Carmin Karasic (US)
Robin Meier (CH)
Marco Susani (IT, US)
Frédéric Voisin (FR)

Brucknerhaus Linz

Neue techno-kulturelle Ökologien entstehen aus diesen erneuerten Zyklen externer Innovation und interner Assimilation. Die 1,5 Milliarden Besitzer eines Mobiltelefons sind sich vielleicht noch nicht bewusst, dass sie die Welt in ihre Tasche stecken können. Sie sind sich vielleicht auch noch nicht bewusst, dass sie mit diesem Gerät „permanent in Bereitschaft“ sind. Wichtig wäre zu untersuchen, was heute infolge der so genannten Mobilität mit Zeit und Raum geschieht. Dies ist eine Kultur der Gegenwart: Alle Zeiten sind im Web drahtlos gegenwärtig. Fast könnte man meinen, die Welt selbst ist permanent „in Bereitschaft“.

15:00 - 15:25 Marko Ahtisaari (FI)
director of Design Strategy for Nokia; studied economics, philosophy and musical composition at Columbia University, NYC, lectured in logic, philosophy of economics, and the history of thought; was awarded a Grammy Showcase Award for new artists

15:25 - 15:50 Carmin Karasic (US)
One November morning in 1994, Carmin Karasic was listening to digital artists on NPR, when she realized she was a digital artist trapped in a Fidelity Technical Project Manager's body. This simple realization changed her life. So she traded the glory of Corporate America's high tech management for the personal satisfaction of creating digital art.

Carmin has 20 years experience in application and software development and an MFA in Visual Arts. Carmin is now a website developer and multimedia artist focused on Internet Art. She is also a faculty member at The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University and the Assistant Director of Boston Cyberarts. She performs in collaborative international online venues and is one of the Netherlands based CAGE permanent artists, www.cage.nl. Her work can be seen online in several galleries, e-zines and websites. She has exhibited in the Boston area at the DeCordova Museum, MIT List Center, the Bromfield Art Gallery, the Attleboro Museum, Computer Museum, New England School of Art and Design, The Art Institute of Boston, and The Brodigan Gallery; in NYC at the Brooks Gallery at Cooper Union, and the New York Hall of Science, and in Austria at Galerie Riefel. She has been awarded a Mudge Fellowship from the Groton School and a duPont Fellowship from the Art Institute of Boston.

15:50 - 16:05 Break

16:05 - 16:30 Frédéric Voisin (FR) / Robin Meier (CH)

Frédéric Voison: head of the music research department of CIRM (Centre National de Création Musicale) at Nice, France, concentrating on the study and musical application of artifical neural networks Robin Meier: composer interested in artificial intelligence and biological approaches to computing applied to musical composition and installations; works with the CIRM

16:30 - 16:55 Marco Susani (IT/US)
architect, industrial designer; director of the Advanced Concept Groups, Consumer Designs Organisation at Motorola; former director of Domus Academy Research Center

16:55 - 17:20 Usman Haque (UK)
designer of interactive architecture systems and responsive projection environments, interactive installations, digital interface devices and choreographed performances; teacher at the Bartlett School of Architecture

17:20 - 18:00 Discussion

Moderator: Marko Ahtisaari (FI)

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