under [my] control – Round Table

The culmination of the under [my] control market day at Arkade is an oversized round-table at which 20 experts in various disciplines will gather for an alfresco public discussion. Their topic: whether there are technologies that can protect us from excessive media consumption, or whether other strategies are needed to deal with changed media usage patterns. Continue reading

Curators Tour: Realm of Reverberation

The video installation “Realm of Reverberation” by Chieh-Jen Chen (TW) is part of the exhibition “Buddha on the Beach”. A tour with the curators through the exhibition at the LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz. Continue reading

Searching Eurydice – A Passage into the Underground

Audiovisual Environment inspired by the myth of Orpheus, his descent into the underworld and the attempted rescue of his wife Eurydice. Continue reading

Symphony No.3: Of Sexual Songs (2014)

Videoinstallation of Michael Nymans “Symphony No.3: Of Sexual Songs (2014)” Continue reading

Planets Performance

Planets is a participatory performance that explores relationships between people, places and objects through a fusion of dance and interactive art practice. Continue reading

Music Monday

(Deutsch) Am letzten Festivaltag lädt das Ars Electronica Festival 2014 zur sinnlichen wie auch intellektuellen Begegnung mit elektronischer und experimenteller Musik, mit dem Hörraum Stadt und mit der akustischen Ebene verschiedener Audiovisionen im Festivalprogramm ein. Continue reading

Long Live

The only spectacle still possible seems to be the military destruction of the world. Continue reading

Symposium III / Kayo Otaka (JP)

Kayo Otaka currently serves as CEO of Voice Vision, which provides co-creation open community services to clients of Hakuhodo. Continue reading

Symposium III / Oliviero Toscani (IT)

Oliviero Toscani is a photographer, best-known worldwide for designing controversial advertising campaigns for Italian brand Benetton from 1982 to 2000. Continue reading

Symposium III / Derrick de Kerckhove

Derrick de Kerkove, long-time director of the Marshall McLuhan Center, author of many books and professor at the University of Toronto. Continue reading