In memoriam Zelko Wiener. Teil II



The nearly thirty years of Zelko Wiener’s career reflect a whole chapter of media art history. He was interested in emotional sensibilities and changes taking place in our media-saturated society, in the dynamic relationship between proximity and (mediated) distance, as well as between interior and (mediated) exterior worlds, and he also dedicated himself to exploring the masculine image. His work always took a multidisciplinary, including pieces in both traditional and electronic media as well as hybrid analog-digital forms. His oeuvre covers a spectrum from video works to computer animations and computer graphics, from digital photography, video and computer installations (some in real time) to works in the public (telematic) space.

Ursula Hentschläger

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