GAPPP – Gamified Audiovisual Performance and Performance Practice

Marko Ciciliani (CR/DE), Barbara Lüneburg (DE)

GAPPP: Gamified Audiovisual Performance and Performance Practice is an arts-based research project conceived and run by composer and audiovisual artist Marko Ciciliani.

Since 2016 Marko Ciciliani, violinist and artistic researcher Barbara Lüneburg, and musicologist Andreas Pirchner have conducted this artistic research project at the IEM, the Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics of the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, where they explored various possibilities for utilizing elements from computer games in the context of audiovisual works. Altogether a dozen new works have been created by six artists, in which the combination of game strategies and game-driven performer interactions are explored for their artistic potential. In the event in Deep Space 8K M. Ciciliani and B. Lüneburg will perform the work “Kilgore” by Ciciliani that emerged from the project, preceded by an introduction to the research design.

GAPPP @ Deep Space / Marko Ciciliani (CR/DE), Barbara Lüneburg (DE), Credit: Magdalena Sick-Leitner

GAPPP is funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF (AR364-G24) as part of the PEEK program for artistic research.



IEM (Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics) of the Kunstuniversität Graz/University of Music and Performing Arts Graz

Supported by:
FWF/Austrian Science Fund as AR364-G24