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Projects

 
Logo Asphalt Gallery
Asphalt Gallery
Students of the Photography Class / Gabriele Rothemann show their artwork
 
Asphalt Gallery Students of the Photography Class / Gabriele Rothemann show their artwork

The mobile installation „Asphalt Gallery“ in three light trucks is equipped with a digital tracking system and can be localised and visited. During the day, they are underway in the city – and return to the Angewandte at sundown. Photographic works, installations, videos, and performances can be experienced there live on site. At the opening of the Festival, all three trucks will be parked as a group on Oskar-Kokoschka Platz.

Opening 23.6.2020 | 7 pm

23.6.2020 | 7.30 pm – 8 pm | (LIVE)

24. – 26.6.2020 | 12 am – 8 pm | at various locations in Vienna

Besides the exhibition „Asphalt Gallery“ the department of Photography is ...

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Photography Carmen Alber, Evelyn Bencicova, Sami Ciftci, Sebastian Eder, Verena Gotthardt, Caroline Haberl, Nele Viktoria Hazod, Kaja Clara Joo, Tamara Yael Kanfer, Matthias Köck, Fritz Lichtenwagner, Keno Meiners, Luca Mikitz, Isabella Nießl, Roman Prostejovsky, Julia Reichmayr, Sama Saadatfard, Johanna Samek, Ludovico Scalmani, Elisa Schmid, Valentin Unger, Carlos Vergara, Peter Walde, Carlo Zappella
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Poster Wall Pragerstraße
 
Poster Wall Pragerstraße

As a festival contribution for the Department of Art and Knowledge Transfer, Johannes Porsch designed a poster wall on Pragerstraße. Porsch’s posters are characterised by their multilayered fusion of symbols, jokes, and codes. With the classic toolkit of copying, he develops a language of the digital. He condenses a traffic artery in the metropolis, with its logos from grocery stores and sports betting to gas stations and workshops, into a heterotopia of capitalised symbols.

 

24.6.–7.7., Pragerstraße/Autokaderstraße

Uncategorized Johannes Porsch, Abteilung Kunst- und Wissenstransfer
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Würmla’s Walls
A village tells stories
Fri. 26.6.2020 13.30 to 14.30 Uhr13.30 to 14.30 Uhr
 
Würmla’s Walls A village tells stories

Katharina C. Herzog and David Leitner guide visitors through their diploma work Würmla’s Walls. Between April and October 2019, 13 walls – from stables and old cellars to fodder silos – were painted with motifs in the market municipality of Würmla. The contents were generated in interviews with the owners of the walls and provide insights into the lives and mindsets of people in the village.

Würmla’s Walls was initiated as an attempt to use urban art to stimulate dialogue between cities and rural regions. The presentation includes a selection of walls, the surrounding landscape, and ...

Departments Graphics and Advertising Institute of Design Katharina C. Herzog and Mavid Leitner Alumni of Grafik und Werbung
Würmlas
Wände
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ghost Frames
 
Ghost Frames

Thomas Glänzel’s Ghost Frames (2018) serves as a image template for the film coating on a display window of a Biedermeier house. The departure point for this photographic work is splicing tape fragments from an old 16 mm film. The tape chips, on which parts of the image information remained stuck in the glue, were placed on glass slides, sealed, and enlarged as negative prints. They exhibit grey shades, rips, and fraying. Figurative shapes only become perceptible when viewed from the distance.

 

23.6.–26.6., shopwindow at Döblinger Hauptstraße 59, 1190 Vienna

Hand- und Fuß...

Uncategorized Thomas Glänzel for department Medientheorie
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Würmla’s Walls
A village tells stories
Fri. 26.6.2020 13.30 to 14.30 Uhr13.30 to 14.30 Uhr
 
Würmla’s Walls A village tells stories

Katharina C. Herzog and David Leitner guide visitors through their diploma work Würmla’s Walls. Between April and October 2019, 13 walls – from stables and old cellars to fodder silos – were painted with motifs in the market municipality of Würmla. The contents were generated in interviews with the owners of the walls and provide insights into the lives and mindsets of people in the village.

Würmla’s Walls was initiated as an attempt to use urban art to stimulate dialogue between cities and rural regions. The presentation includes a selection of walls, the surrounding landscape, and ...

Departments Graphics and Advertising Institute of Design Katharina C. Herzog and Mavid Leitner Alumni of Grafik und Werbung
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Camping Performance and filling voids
Fri. 26.6.2020 19.30 to 20.00 Uhr19.30 to 20.00 Uhr
 
Camping Performance and filling voids

Gap sites between buildings mark fractures in the capitalist real estate market. During the festival days, we will live, work, and be there collectively. What’s more, you’re invited to pass by. Complete amateurs will hold a variety of workshops, ranging from sun cooking, recognizing plants, fragment-literature, electronics, underground-graffiti (by Puber and Huber) and show-wrestling to digging a hole collectively. Also there will be a spontaneous stage program with music, dramatic and athletic performances.

We are on site during the whole festival

23.6.– 26.6., daily 8:00–22:00,

daily program starts around 17:00,

workshops until around 20:00,

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Site Specific Art Gruppe Bussi students of the department of site-specific art and others
Campingperformance
und
Lücken
füllen
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
Litfaß
Pillar
1170
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Small Things That Hold
Souvenirs for Future Neighbours
Fri. 26.6.2020 15.00 to 16.00 Uhr15.00 to 16.00 Uhr
 
Small Things That Hold Souvenirs for Future Neighbours

One step at a time, walk into the daylight. You don’t need to travel to arrive at a different place. But what will you bring back home with you? Watch out for speculative souvenirs. They are not just physical objects; they encompass all sorts of tangents with a past-future-present. Search for new encounters, explore parallel worlds, navigate between fantasies, get lost and be found. Let’s dance to the fragility of life.

Art & Science Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Maria Bacila, Mila Balzhieva, Helen Emily Davy, Paula Flores, Klara Krämer, Alfredo Quintana, Naoki Matsuyama, Jannis Neumann, Lindsey Nicholson, Peter Reischl, Els van Houtert, Miloš Vučićević, Marko Markovic
Fuzzy Speculations on Neighbourhoods
Discussions on speculative “souvenirs” for future neighbours
Thu. 25.6.2020 18.00 to 19.00 Uhr18.00 to 19.00 Uhr
 
Fuzzy Speculations on Neighbourhoods Discussions on speculative “souvenirs” for future neighbours

Based on their experience of visiting the Croatian village of Fužine as part of the “27 Neighbourhoods Program” for the European Capital of Culture: Rijeka 2020, the Department of Art & Science invites people to design and exchange “souvenirs” for future neighbours. In open discussions about these objects, we will collectively develop future scenarios that account for the present, scenarios that imagine neighbourhoods comprised of both humans and nonhumans.

Art & Science Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Art&Sciene with Branka Cvjetičanin (European Capital of Culture Rijeka 2020)
Conservation Goes International
The Institute of Conservation in Patan, Nepal
 
Conservation Goes International The Institute of Conservation in Patan, Nepal

The Institute of Conservation under the leadership of Gabriela Krist has contributed to the preservation of the cultural heritage at the Patan Durbar Square and Royal Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site, since 2010. With financial support of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA), the Austrian Foreign Ministry (BMEIA), the Austrian Federal Chancellery (BKA), the Eurasia-Pacific Uninet (EPU) and the University of Applied Arts Vienna, a wide range of cultural heritage have been treated in close collaboration with the Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust and local craftsmen.

The safeguarding and conservation of damaged monuments after the earthquake in 2015 are still ...

Conservation & Restoration Departments Institute of Conservation and Restoration
auf Räume!
 
auf Räume!

In times of spatial distancing, we as authors are called upon all the more to uphold language as a connecting element, which cannot be constrained by walls, income limits, or national borders. Language intervenes, erupts, reveals, disturbs, speaks.

In this spirit, the Institute of Language Arts contributes a diverse array of projects to this year’s Festival: The students developed texts and poems, linguistic-visual reference objects (including a H.C. Artmann tool), virtual essays, and audio plays, which will be broadcasted in a cooperation with Radio 80000 (“es gibt diese namen / es gibt diese wut” for the think ...

Departments Institute of Language Arts Language Arts
there are these names / there is this rage
 
there are these names / there is this rage

“about perpetrators and stakeholders. about the strings of networking and untying. about misogynous statements. about shared rage. about what can be said and named. about being helpless and hurt. about the pressure of an institution that should support art and not feed the market. what we wanted to say.”

23. 6., 10 p.m. on Radio Orange

Departments Institute of Language Arts Language Arts Hannah Bründl, Maë Schwinghammer, Anouk Doujak, Laura Baertle, Josephine Hochbruck, Lea Taake, Leon Rüttinger, Rosalia Warnke, Dean Ruddock, Samson Fischer
FILMS @ ANGEWANDTE / Art & Science 2020
Fužine project / 27 Neighborhoods
 
FILMS @ ANGEWANDTE / Art & Science 2020 Fužine project / 27 Neighborhoods

As part of the European Capital of Culture Rijeka 2020, Port of Diversity, and within the flagship  27 Neighbourhoods, the students of the Art & Science department undertook two collaborative community based programmes between Fužine (Croatia) and Vienna. 

 

PROGRAMME 1: SCHOOL FOR MULTISPECIES CONVIVIALITY

The first programme of the ‘Elsewhere School’ project started in the winter semester 2019 with a preparation phase and two field trips. Participants met with the local team in Fuzine (EPK/ European Capital of Culture, Rijeka 2020) who helped to facilitate research on a variety of topics. The on-site experience was (and ...

Art & Science Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Uncategorized Maria Bacila, Mila Balzhieva, Helen Emily Davy, Paula Flores, Klara Krämer, Alfredo Quintana, Naoki Matsuyama, Jannis Neumann, Lindsey Nicholson, Peter Reischl, Els van Houtert, Miloš Vučićević // Programme 1 concept & chair: Bernd Kräftner // Programme 2 concept & chair: Univ. Prof. Virgil Widrich // Project coordinator: Marko Marković // Project collaborators : Brishty Alam, Valerie Deifel
Working-progress
 
Working-progress

Golnaz Bashiri

Laufposition und Sitzposition

Die Aktion des „Laufens“ ist nicht nur eine Bewegung von A nach B, sondern bewirkt auch eine dynamische mentale Veränderung von einem unbewussten in einen bewussten Zustand

 

Rosie Benn

Was ist leichter zu erziehen, eine Katze oder ein Mensch?

Künstlerinnenbuch, Bewegtbild

Pets, ein flinkes Mädchen, eine Komposttoilette, immerwährende Zeitläufe und wiederholtes unsanftes Erwachen im historischen Fluss der Ideologien. Pack’ deinen Rucksack und komm’ vorbei zum morphologischen Hamstern von Forschungsmethoden zur kollektiven Umerziehung in Zeiten ...

Departments Art & Science Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art
Future Challenges In And For Conservation
 
Future Challenges In And For Conservation

Climate change and natural disasters, sustainable use of resources and inclusion: These are just a few of the keywords that crop up when we think about the challenges facing our society in the 21st century. Many of these words also relate to the conservation of our cultural heritage. So what are the future challenges in and for conservation and restoration?

The institute addressed this crucial question during this year’s summer semester.

Students from all years and classes worked together with teaching and research staff on the following four questions about the future:

 

Conservation & Restoration Departments Institute of Conservation and Restoration
Threshold
radio works / sound installations
 
Threshold radio works / sound installations

Language intervenes, erupts, reveals, disturbs, speaks. In this spirit, students at the Institute of Language Arts contribute audio plays and sound works to this year’s festival, which will be broadcast in cooperation with Radio 80000.

 

 

Departments Institute of Language Arts Language Arts Florentin Berger-Monit, Hannah Bründl, Sandro Huber, Laurine Irmer, Sára Köhnlein, Joseph Kuhlen, Stephan Langer, Tizian Rupp, Maë Schwinghammer, Stefan Steiner, Jacqueline Weihe, Veronika Zorn
Annex
Salzgries
 
digital only
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
Wish You Weren’t Here
 
Wish You Weren’t Here

The website wywnh.stream shows three simultaneous video streams of a transparent, cylindrical water container in which a jellyfish lives. Whoever visits this website causes an electronic valve at the bottom of the water tank to briefly open. The more viewers who watch the jellyfish, and the longer they do it, the more water is drained away. As such, these gawkers inevitably contribute to the animal’s death.

einfalt@vonstietencron.eu

Departments Graphic Design Institute of Design Dominik Einfalt and Noah von Stietencron
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Schwimmverein Donaukanal
A project for committed urban swimmers
Wed. 24.6.2020 13.30 to 14.30 Uhr13.30 to 14.30 Uhr
 
Schwimmverein Donaukanal A project for committed urban swimmers

The freshly founded swimming club revives the tradition of urban swimming in Vienna’s Danube Canal. “It’s a completely different way to experience the city, when you come down from Nußdorfer Schleuse into the city and swim along the heart of Vienna,” tells a member of the swimming club. Like flaneurs, we float adrift in the stream of the canal and learn to read this urban water in a new way. Everyone is invited to join – whether directly from the promenade or in the cosy live stream.

Departments Institute of Arts and Society Social Design – Arts as Urban Innovation Ana Mumzlade, Fabian Ritzi, Amelie Schlemmer, Amanda Sperger Students of Social Design
Schwimmverein
Donaukanal
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Applied Bees #1
Wed. 24.6.2020 02.00 to 09.00 Uhr02.00 to 09.00 Uhr
 
Applied Bees #1

Applied Bees is an initiative of people at the Angewandte with an interest in and curiosity for bees. The project has set itself the task of looking after several bee colonies over the course of a year, while seeking to create opportunities for artistic encounters. Applied Bees is part of the Angewandte’s sustainability commitment.

Center Research Focus Departments Others Uncategorized Bees and Humans
Applied Bees #2
Thu. 25.6.2020 02.00 to 09.00 Uhr02.00 to 09.00 Uhr
 
Applied Bees #2

Applied Bees is an initiative of people at the Angewandte with an interest in and curiosity for bees. The project has set itself the task of looking after several bee colonies over the course of a year, while seeking to create opportunities for artistic encounters. Applied Bees is part of the Angewandte’s sustainability commitment.

Center Research Focus Departments Others Uncategorized Bees and Humans
Applied Bees #3
Fri. 26.6.2020 02.00 to 09.00 Uhr02.00 to 09.00 Uhr
 
Applied Bees #3

Applied Bees is an initiative of people at the Angewandte with an interest in and curiosity for bees. The project has set itself the task of looking after several bee colonies over the course of a year, while seeking to create opportunities for artistic encounters. Applied Bees is part of the Angewandte’s sustainability commitment.

Center Research Focus Departments Others Uncategorized Bees and Humans
Annex
Rustenschacherallee
 
digital only
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Von Frauchen zu Herrchen – wer ist hier das Haustier? (AILien Talk #2 zwischen Wissenschaft und Kunst)
Caught between Butter and Jam
Thu. 25.6.2020 09.00 to 10.00 Uhr09.00 to 10.00 Uhr
 
Von Frauchen zu Herrchen – wer ist hier das Haustier? (AILien Talk #2 zwischen Wissenschaft und Kunst) Caught between Butter and Jam

The three-part series AILien Talk brings artists and scientists together at the breakfast table. Between bread rolls and coffee, the discussions offer insights into transdisciplinary projects; participants chat about their similarities and differences as well as the surprises and challenges they have encountered.

What to do when different worlds collide? How can collaborations across disciplines succeed? And how much “unfamiliarity” is necessary for all of the involved?

Uncategorized Alexandra Fruhstorfer, Ege Kökel, Judith Benz-Schwarzburg
Serbische Affen und japanische Knöteriche – hier spricht man Deutsch! (AILien Talk #3 zwischen Wissenschaft und Kunst)
Caught between Butter and Jam
Fri. 26.6.2020 09.00 to 10.00 Uhr09.00 to 10.00 Uhr
 
Serbische Affen und japanische Knöteriche – hier spricht man Deutsch! (AILien Talk #3 zwischen Wissenschaft und Kunst) Caught between Butter and Jam

The three-part series AILien Talk brings artists and scientists together at the breakfast table. Between bread rolls and coffee, the discussions offer insights into transdisciplinary projects; participants chat about their similarities and differences as well as the surprises and challenges they have encountered.

What to do when different worlds collide? How can collaborations across disciplines succeed? And how much “unfamiliarity” is necessary for all of the involved?

Uncategorized mit Lena Violetta Leitner, Andrea Palašti, Elena Messner
Von träumenden Fischen im Reagenzglas (AILien Talk #1 zwischen Wissenschaft und Kunst)
Caught between Butter and Jam
Wed. 24.6.2020 09.00 to 10.00 Uhr09.00 to 10.00 Uhr
 
Von träumenden Fischen im Reagenzglas (AILien Talk #1 zwischen Wissenschaft und Kunst) Caught between Butter and Jam

The three-part series AILien Talk brings artists and scientists together at the breakfast table. Between bread rolls and coffee, the discussions offer insights into transdisciplinary projects; participants chat about their similarities and differences as well as the surprises and challenges they have encountered.

What to do when different worlds collide? How can collaborations across disciplines succeed? And how much “unfamiliarity” is necessary for all of the involved?

Uncategorized Margit Busch, Solmaz Fahrang, Markus Schmidt
Angewandte
Innovation
Laboratory
 
digital only
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Claiming Space
Gaining space – восстановление пространства – Alanı kazanmak – at vinde plad – Raum gewinnen
Wed. 24.6.2020 21.45 to 22.15 Uhr21.45 to 22.15 Uhr
 
Claiming Space Gaining space – восстановление пространства – Alanı kazanmak – at vinde plad – Raum gewinnen

We are CLAIMING SPACE, opening up, creating new space, giving and projecting space, observing space. The changes and events of the past few months have led to many questions about public, private, and university-held space: Are there places that are not geared towards consumption, functionality, transfer, etc.? Are there places only for “being”? Also: Is a university building a public space? We want a discourse with the public. To do so, we use the “new open space” in front of the old PSK building. A new space for the university, a “competence center for art and science” is being ...

Applied Photography and Time-Based Media Departments Institute of Design Victoria Coeln, Ines Frieda, Elif Gunduz, Žiga Jereb, Luca Celine Müller, Olesya Parfenuk, Marcella Ruiz Cruz, Laura Spes
CLAIMING SPACE
Gaining space – восстановление пространства – Alanı kazanmak – at vinde plad – Raum gewinnen
Wed. 24.6.2020 21.45 to 22.15 Uhr21.45 to 22.15 Uhr
 
CLAIMING SPACE Gaining space – восстановление пространства – Alanı kazanmak – at vinde plad – Raum gewinnen

Please join as you wish: either live in public space (Georg-Coch-Platz) or online to our zoom space! The both will be interconnected, creating a stunning melange of atmospheres, questioning our constant transformation in between the two. Are there places in the real and/or digital public space simply dedicated for “being”?

CLAIMING SPACE is opening up, creating new space, giving and projecting space, observing space–– and invites you to surprise us!

Join us on Zoom:

https://zoom.us/j/7367825067  

PW 907155 Applied Photography and Time-Based Media Departments Institute of Design students of Angewandte Fotografie und zeitbasierte Medien with Victoria Coeln and Žiga Jereb
Postsparkasse
 
digital only
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
University
Gallery
Heiligenkreuzer
Hof
 
digital only
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
International Home Office Live
Interviews with the international outposts
Wed. 24.6.2020 15.00 to 16.00 Uhr15.00 to 16.00 Uhr
 
International Home Office Live Interviews with the international outposts

In a performative news format, the International Home Office of the University of Applied Arts Vienna “speaks” with their student correspondents about their current and unusual semester abroad.

Uncategorized Astrid Anna Behrens, Doris Grössing-Schima, Veronika Merklein, exchange students
Annex
Postgasse
 
digital only
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
remote sandbox #3 / remote: SCHAURAUM
Fri. 26.6.2020 17.30 to 18.00 Uhr17.30 to 18.00 Uhr
 
remote sandbox #3 / remote: SCHAURAUM

An exhibition at the SCHAURAUM Angewandte (MuseumsQuartier) provides visibility for the digital artistic concepts of “remote sandbox” in real space.

“remote: SCHAURAUM”, in turn, reflects this staging as a live event back into the net, including Arduino-operated instruments and an improvisation-performance.

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art students and teachers of Digitale Kunst
remote sandbox: (un) shared homes
A dislocated impro-performance
 
remote sandbox: (un) shared homes A dislocated impro-performance

Six people locked up in their homes, alone and together at the same time. “(un) shared homes” testifies to performative practices developed between four walls at the height of the pandemic. The exploration embodies the intention to reinvent a daily place, which by being captive of its confinement, is on the way to empty itself of its meaning. How to take advantage of this timeless space to give a new significance to these “private” rooms and their household objects? How to cultivate a relationship with oneself and with the sensory world of the concrete in a period when the ...

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Lucy Carrick, Bi-In Jin, Hanna Mikosch, Azalea Ortega, Elisa Pezza, Jakob Schauer. Artistic guidance: Marie-Claude Poulin
remote sandbox #2 / DAN (DigitalArtNetzwerk)
Thu. 25.6.2020 17.30 to 18.00 Uhr17.30 to 18.00 Uhr
 
remote sandbox #2 / DAN (DigitalArtNetzwerk)

The “DigitalArtNetwork” (DAN) manifests in interrelating and influencing art projects.

The works receive, transform, and convey data. They serve as nodes in the network. The artistic concepts and their development are based on an iterative process, which aims to optimise the relationships of the nodes with the network and balance the flow of data.

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art students and teachers of Digitale Kunst
Discussion: Digital Dictatorship or Digital Democracy
Discussion: Peter Weibel and Gerald Bast
Fri. 26.6.2020 12.00 to 13.00 Uhr12.00 to 13.00 Uhr
 
Discussion: Digital Dictatorship or Digital Democracy Discussion: Peter Weibel and Gerald Bast The technology of information and communication in the digital age has moved faster than the political systems and structures. In this gap, private companies in the West have erected their regimes of private generation and control of information in the virtual space of online-communication. What does this mean for democracy? The aim of our online symposium in the virtual space is to reflect the fate of democracy in the age of digital media. In the 1990s, hope blossomed that digital media would open access to information for all people and empower individuals with the knowledge and competence necessary for a ... Departments Others Peter Weibel - Research Institute for Digital Cultures Peter Weibel, Gerald Bast
WID-Lectures #2 with Moritz Kriegleder
Thu. 25.6.2020 14.30 to 15.00 Uhr14.30 to 15.00 Uhr
 
WID-Lectures #2 with Moritz Kriegleder

Enactivism, Life And Intelligence

Part 1: Enactivism – an introduction Part 2: Life and Enactivism Part 3: Enactivist Artificial Intelligence

Is our brain an efficient computer or do the foundations of life and consciousness elude any algorithmic description? Enactivism is a new paradigm in the cognitive sciences that thinks cognition beyond the boundaries of an information processor. Neurobiologist Francisco Varela, psychologist Eleanor Rosch and philosopher Evan Thompson laid the foundation for this radical change of perspective in 1991, thereby changing the relationship between brain and consciousness. In my lecture, I give an introduction to the basics of enactivism and show ...

Departments Others Peter Weibel - Research Institute for Digital Cultures Moritz Kriegleder
abscond
3D animation, 2020, summer semester Diploma Degree project
 
abscond 3D animation, 2020, summer semester Diploma Degree project

The work investigates aspects of time, space, position, and perspective through experimental montage techniques, cinematic tropes, and 3D camera tracking. “abscond” is a summer semester 2020 Diploma Degree project.

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Thomas Hochwallner
Digital Dictatorship or Digital Democracy – Konferenz
Thu. 25.6.2020 14.00 to 18.00 Uhr14.00 to 18.00 Uhr
 
Digital Dictatorship or Digital Democracy – Konferenz

The technology of information and communication in the digital age has moved faster than the political systems and structures. In this gap, private companies in the West have erected their regimes of private generation and control of information in the virtual space of online-communication. What does this mean for democracy? The aim of our online symposium in the virtual space is to reflect the fate of democracy in the age of digital media. In the 1990s, hope blossomed that digital media would open access to information for all people and empower individuals with the knowledge and competence necessary for ...

Departments Others Peter Weibel - Research Institute for Digital Cultures Jamie Allen, Martin Drexler, Gesche Joost, Beth Noveck, Sarah Spiekermann, Hito Steyerl, Jamie Susskind
remote sandbox: Telezipation
Interactive video installation, 2020
 
remote sandbox: Telezipation Interactive video installation, 2020

“Telezipation”, which translates as “distance participation” is a play on the words “tele” (Greek for distant) and “participation” (Latin origin). In his article “Virus, Virality, Virtuality” Peter Weibel writes about the emergence of the first long-distance society in human history. During the recent pandemic, many business premises had to be closed temporarily or entirely. Can the installation transform these places into sites of encounters through long-distance participation of individuals in the form of their left-behind shadows? Supervisors: Rini Tandon, Martin Kusch

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Verena Tscherner
remote sandbox
The Department of Digital Arts at the Angewandte Festival 2020
 
remote sandbox The Department of Digital Arts at the Angewandte Festival 2020

The Department of Digital Arts/Ruth Schnell is a site of artistic education and research, where new fields of practice are explored with a critical approach to technologies that shape our perception and understanding of reality.

The primary objectives of the 2020 summer semester at the Department of Digital Arts were to develop hybrid formats, investigate the mechanisms and effects of dislocated networked environments, and to perform artistic-experimental design and production processes via co-presence in cyberspace, in the absence of a shared physical and haptic space.

For the Angewandte Festival 2020, participants developed corresponding presentation formats – from ...

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Sara Anzola D´Andrea, Manuel Cyrill Bachinger, Hanna Besenhard, Lucy Carrick, Aral Cimcim, Ferdinand Doblhammer, Marian Essl, Ulrich Formann, Kilian Hanappi, Thomas Hochwallner, Jakob Hütter, Anton Iakhontov, Bi-in Jin, Haris Kahriman, Johannes Krumböck, Hanna Mikosch, Isabelle Orsini-Rosenberg, Azalea Ortega, David Osthoff, Vasiliki Papadopoulou, Elisa Pezza, Sebastian Pfeifhofer, Luca Sabot, Jakob Schauer, Hans Schmidt, Patryk Senwicki, Verena Tscherner, Anastasia Voloshina, Agnieszka Zagraba, u. a. Artistic guidance: Stefano D´Alessio, Thomas Felder, Klaus Filip, Johannes Hucek, Nicolaj Kirisits, Martin Kusch, Marie-Claude Poulin, Ulla Rauter, Patrícia Reis, Ruth Schnell, Rini Tandon
Applied Studies in Art, Science, Philosophy and Global Challenges (CDS)
 
Applied Studies in Art, Science, Philosophy and Global Challenges (CDS)

The English-language bachelor’s degree programme Cross-Disciplinary Strategies has been offered by the Institute of Arts and Society since the winter semester 2017. The curriculum covers the methods and principles of both art and the humanities, social and natural sciences, and economics and politics, aiming to counter the increasing fragmentation of the sciences and to equip students to deal with the complex social challenges in the 21st century world. The links between knowledge, experience and politics are developed and accessed in practical, artistic and theoretical learning units. Epistemology, methodology and the history of science form the basis on which the ...

Cross-Disciplinary Strategies Departments Institute of Arts and Society
remote sandbox: Distances Sound
A collaborative multi-channel sound sculpture
 
remote sandbox: Distances Sound A collaborative multi-channel sound sculpture

Starting with the question of how multi-channel sound structures and acoustic spaces interact, students from the Department of Digital Arts in the courses Digital Sound & Voice 3 and 4 held by Thomas Felder explore options of sculptural and installative interpretations of a band.

One electronic and four acoustic instruments are played by air compressors and servomotors in such a way that the instruments – whose sonority is limited due to the motorised control mechanisms – attain a completely different sound quality.

A specially written score, which controls the motors via MIDI and Arduino, frees the instruments from their ...

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Sara Anzola D’Andrea, Manuel Cyrill Bachinger, Kilian Hanappi, Anton Iakhontov, Isabelle Orsini-Rosenberg, Luca Sabot. Artistic guidance: Thomas Felder
remote sandbox: DAN
A collaborative project within the framework of "remote sandbox"
 
remote sandbox: DAN A collaborative project within the framework of "remote sandbox"

The “DigitalArtNetwork” (DAN) evolved through digitally linking diverse artistic projects created by students in different courses. The works themselves serve as nodes in this network.

The artistic concepts and their development are based on an iterative process, which aims to optimise the relationships of the nodes with the network and balance the flow of data. The works receive, transform, and convey data. They are conceived as a requirement for the flows that manifest between the nodes in an abstract mathematical pattern, which wouldn’t be tangible without the transformation process taking place within the nodes.

...

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Sara Anzola D´Andrea, Manuel Cyrill Bachinger, Ferdinand Doblhammer, Marian Essl, Ulrich Formann, Severin Gombocz, Kilian Hanappi, Jakob Hütter, Haris Kahriman, Johannes Krumböck, Sebastian Pfeifhofer, Isabelle Orsini-Rosenberg, Luca Sabot, Jakob Schauer, Hans Schmidt, Patryk Senwicki, Verena Tscherner, Anastasia Voloshina, Agnieszka Zagraba. Artistic guidance: Stefano D'Alessio, Thomas Felder, Klaus Filip, Ulla Rauter, Nicolaj Kirisits
east
Video, 2020, summer semester Diploma Degree project
 
east Video, 2020, summer semester Diploma Degree project

The Eastern Railway connects Europe with Asia. Containers roll by, anonymous and abstract. On the basis of two different states, this work unfurls an interplay of silence and noise, which is given a visual counterpart with presence and absence. A space where the rhythms of nature and economy collide in different temporalities. Colossal volumes move along predetermined routes from east to west between producing and consuming countries and leave their traces. The footage presents a chronology of cargo movement within a 24-hour economy. An overwhelming flow of material that has a challenging effect on observers. “east” is a summer ...

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art David Osthoff
WID Lectures
 
WID Lectures

The WID Lectures are a small series of lectures that present different approaches in the extensive field of algorithmic intelligence and explore topics such as digital physicality, predictive processing, and the dialectics of virtual space. Originally planned as live events for the summer semester, the lectures will be available, in performative and interactive real-time settings, on the institute’s website (wid.uni-ak.ac.at) as part of the Angewandte Festival.

 

WID Lecture guests:

Artist and filmmaker Manu Luksch will premiere (in collaboration with composer and mathematician Mukul Patel) an audiovisual performance featuring photogrammetry ... Departments Others Peter Weibel - Research Institute for Digital Cultures
CDSLab: Fact is Fiction – A Future Scenario
Wed. 24.6.2020 10.00 to 11.00 Uhr10.00 to 11.00 Uhr
 
CDSLab: Fact is Fiction – A Future Scenario

The switch to distance learning derived the CDSLab – a blog and digital work/development space that emerged from an initial idea to develop a work and presentation space with students. The main space of the CDSLab is dedicated to showcasing this year’s projects, which are based on utopian scenarios; other spaces feature work results from various courses.

Cross-Disciplinary Strategies Departments Institute of Arts and Society Students of Cross-Disciplinary Strategies
remote sandbox #1 / (un) shared homes
Wed. 24.6.2020 17.30 to 18.00 Uhr17.30 to 18.00 Uhr
 
remote sandbox #1 / (un) shared homes

How to cultivate a relationship with oneself and with the sensory world of the concrete in a period when the encounter with the other practically only exists online? What becomes of this encounter, reduced to the surface of the screen?

“(un) shared homes” is a live improvisation-performance lasting approximately 30 minutes, without interruption.

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Lucy Carrick, Bi-In Jin, Hanna Mikosch, Azalea Ortega, Elisa Pezza and Jakob Schauer. Artistic guidance: Marie-Claude Poulin
remote sandbox: The size of a drone, Ephemeral Borders
Augmented-Reality-Arbeiten, 2020
 
remote sandbox: The size of a drone, Ephemeral Borders Augmented-Reality-Arbeiten, 2020

Die Auswirkungen abstrakter Prozesse auf die Wirklichkeit sind für uns nur schwer zu fassen. “The size of a drone” platziert eine MQ-9 Reaper-Drohne – eine der gebräuchlichsten Waffen in aktuellen militärischen Konflikten – in Privaträume. Die Drohne wird greifbar und real. Eine tödliche Waffe, im Dazwischen positioniert, wartet auf ihre Beute.

Grenzen sind ephemer. Im Zaun manifestiert sich das Konzept der Trennung, einer imaginären menschlichen Konstruktion. “Ephemeral Borders” errichtet Grenzen, die nicht real sind. Wir sind für unsere Grenzen verantwortlich.

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Ferdinand Doblhammer, Patryk Senwicki
WID Lecture #3 mit Christina Jauernik
Fri. 26.6.2020 14.30 to 15.00 Uhr14.30 to 15.00 Uhr
 
WID Lecture #3 mit Christina Jauernik

INTRA SPACE

is an experimental zone, set up to explore diaphanous relations between virtual figures, humans, technical equipment and machines. INTRA SPACE can be read as a spatial transposition of the theoretical concept of “intra-action” introduced by philosopher, theoretical physicist and feminist scholar Karen Barad. Her philosophical framework of “agential realism” views the world as a dynamic, relational structure in which intra-actions function as boundary-making, material and discursive measurements in the unfolding of matter and meaning. INTRA SPACE produces a transformative, differential and resilient space of emergence where apparatus, human bodies and digitally constructed figures become diaphanous ...

Departments Others Peter Weibel - Research Institute for Digital Cultures Christina Jauernik
WID Lecture #1 with Manu Luksch
Wed. 24.6.2020 14.30 to 15.00 Uhr14.30 to 15.00 Uhr
 
WID Lecture #1 with Manu Luksch

Artist and researcher Manu Luksch, recipient of the 2019 Open Society Fellowship, furthered her investigations into the multiple, insidious threats to human rights and flourishing posed by the rise of algorithmically-managed societies. On March 23rd, she will share excerpts from several related pieces including a short hiphop musical, filmed interviews with activists, recordings from participatory processes, provocative writing, and a poster/zine project. ”These works continue a trajectory that began with early critiques of networks and surveillance. Throughout her work, Manu harnesses historical languages of resistance such as urban poetry, develops tools and discursive frameworks, and propose new metaphors such ...

Departments Others Peter Weibel - Research Institute for Digital Cultures Manu Luksch, Mukul Patel
HIZO
 
digital only
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Angewandte Decks
Site-specific intervention in wood for the garden of Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz
 
Angewandte Decks Site-specific intervention in wood for the garden of Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz

This is a proposal for a site specific installation, that activates the spatial and communicative potential of the Angewandte courtyard at Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz.

The wooden decks feature diverse geometric formations related to an interaction with the human body. The structures provide an equivocal functionality inspiring various modes of inhabitation and social activity yet to be found and repeatedly reconfigured. The project was started this summer semester in an open, cross-disciplinary process by incorporating ideas, feedback and desires from all members of the Angewandte and translated by the participants from different departments. This concept is embedded in  “design and ...

Departments Design, Architecture and Environment for Art Education Institute of Architecture Institute of Art Sciences and Art Education Others Uncategorized Charlotte Heller, Lydia Hinteregger, Magdalena Kernegger, Joyce Lee, Wolfgang Miksits, Yeeun Namkoong, Stephanie Sentall, Sophia Widmann, Michalina Zadykowicz // Studio Holz : Philipp Reinsberg & Lukas Allner
China in China
Explorations in the Middle Kingdom
 
China in China Explorations in the Middle Kingdom

China in China – a teamwork project by the travel group – documents the 2019 field trip under the guidance of Martina Zwölfer (Ceramics) and Mu Bo (Social Design alumnus). A dense programme from cities to the countryside – from workshops in the porcelain capital Jingdezhen to museums and artist-in-residence locations, architecture by Amateur Architects (Wang Shu / Lu Wenyu), Kengo Kuma, and Zhu Pei to the RONG Material Library and exciting universities in Hangzhou and Shanghai – and much, much more. Don’t miss it!

Uncategorized Ceramics Studio
Angewandte Festival × Hyperreality
Thu. 25.6.2020 21.00 to 23.59 Uhr21.00 to 23.59 Uhr
 
Angewandte Festival × Hyperreality

Hyperreality, the young festival for electronic and experimental music in the context of global club culture, has already built a reputation for itself with its highly feminist and innovative approach. As it had to be postponed to autumn due to the coronavirus measures, the Angewandte Festival offers a joint evening programme with live acts by Rojin Sharafi and Rosa Anschütz as well as Therese Terror as DJ.

Uncategorized Rojin Sharafi and Rosa Anschütz LIVE, Therese Terror DJ-Set
a memory
 
a memory

A touch was once not worth a lot 

and simply sold as shallow fun

Most commonly I cherished it

or traded for pink chewing gum

 

Unremembered seems the game

with tiles no one could see

unspoken rules and only 

two players: you and me 

 

The moment that I opened up

you teased me with your stare 

The only thing we open now

are windows for fresh air

 

... Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Painting & Animated Film
Friends are Strangers
 
Friends are Strangers

24.6., 22:15–24:00 LIVE in Videos: unsortiert

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Painting & Animated Film
Vienna Comix
Wed. 24.6.2020 21.15 to 21.45 Uhr21.15 to 21.45 Uhr
 
Vienna Comix

Students from the Department of Painting and Animated Film present a film programme on the topic of comics, which includes digital animations and stop-motion films. This outstanding selection showcases the most exciting, captivating, and touching films that take an innovative approach to the medium of animated film.

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Painting & Animated Film
Wetland Paths
Thu. 25.6.2020 13.30 to 14.30 Uhr13.30 to 14.30 Uhr
 
Wetland Paths

We visit the two Danube wetlands honey beekeepers Petra and Theresa Dirtl in the “Grüner Daumen” community garden in the Lobau, and afterwards take a stroll into the Donau-Auen National Park. Examining the beehive, we learn interesting and curious things about the bees. The hike is open ended – what will we encounter in the riparian forest?

Departments Graphics and Advertising Institute of Design Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Katja Hasenöhrl (Alumni of Grafik und Werbung) with Petra und Theresa Dirtl (beekeepers)
RESEARCH STATE
 
RESEARCH STATE

What’s the state of research today? We provide insights into current developments: Doctoral students at the Angewandte present their recent research activities in video format accompanied by written comments from their colleagues. Additionally, research projects, questions, and preliminary results are presented in another short video or text contribution. This form of communication is also intended as an invitation to reflect on the potentials and challenges of contemporary media formats.

Center Research Focus Departments Others Zentrum Fokus Forschung, Support Art and Research
Würmla’s Walls
A village tells stories
Fri. 26.6.2020 13.30 to 14.30 Uhr13.30 to 14.30 Uhr
 
Würmla’s Walls A village tells stories

Katharina C. Herzog and David Leitner guide visitors through their diploma work Würmla’s Walls. Between April and October 2019, 13 walls – from stables and old cellars to fodder silos – were painted with motifs in the market municipality of Würmla. The contents were generated in interviews with the owners of the walls and provide insights into the lives and mindsets of people in the village.

Würmla’s Walls was initiated as an attempt to use urban art to stimulate dialogue between cities and rural regions. The presentation includes a selection of walls, the surrounding landscape, and ...

Departments Graphics and Advertising Institute of Design Katharina C. Herzog and Mavid Leitner Alumni of Grafik und Werbung
Dialogues for Tomorrow #9
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.15 to 18.45 Uhr18.15 to 18.45 Uhr
 
Dialogues for Tomorrow #9

 

Dialogues for Tomorrow #9: Tania Bruguera im Dialog mit Eva Kernbauer arte util: On the Systemic Importance of Art

Tania Bruguera (b. 1968, Cuba) is an artist and activist whose performances and installations examine political power structures and their effect on society’s most vulnerable people. Her long-term projects have been intensive interventions on the institutional structure of collective memory, education and politics. Bruguera has received many honours such as the Robert Rauschenberg Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship and a Prince Claus Fund Laureate and her work has been extensively exhibited around the world, including the Tate ...

Uncategorized
OKP-
Ferstel-
Wing
 
digital only
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
iheartblob – Augmented Architectural Objects. A New Visual Language
Virtual Hangout
Fri. 26.6.2020 16.00 to 17.00 Uhr16.00 to 17.00 Uhr
 
iheartblob – Augmented Architectural Objects. A New Visual Language Virtual Hangout

Join the interactive VR space here:

https://www.iheartblob.com/a-new-visual-language/

https://www.facebook.com/events/3365960436769420/

 

iheartblob will host a virtual hangout where visitors can control avatars to move through a digital exhibition space with content derived from the publication. Fragments of the publication (text, images and objects) scatter the digital space like easter eggs to discover hidden features and content.

The authors alongside curators from Magazin gallery in Vienna will be present to discuss the publication, answer questions or the visitors can simply explore the space (and ...

Departments Institute of Architecture Aleksandra Belitskaja, Ben James, Shaun McCallum Institute of Architecture
Work In Progress
 
Work In Progress

Half of our lives, so they say, is spent on work or what we consider work. Perhaps, it is because we invest the majority of our waking hours in it, but surely because work shapes our self-image in many ways.

 

WORK IN PROGRESS investigates contemporary influences on our work environments, the technological, economic, and social transformations, and resulted in a showcase of exhibits that as a whole reflect the state and future challenges of work. These projects are comments or suggestions from the students in the form of processes, systems, furniture, objects, clothing, devices, ...

Departments Industrial Design 1 Institute of Design Department Industrial Design 1
Kitchen Sink Exercises
Household chores
 
Kitchen Sink Exercises Household chores

image: © Pavle Nikolic

An exercise for our students while Alternate Mode was based on the text “The amateur at home” by Lucia Moholy from 1933. She wrote how much richer the everyday life of a housewife could be if she could only perceive the play of light and shadow during housework. She would be able recognizing an alternative value next to the utility value of things. This is possible through photography.

Due to the lockdown, the possibility of working with professional equipment in the studios of the Angewandte was lost. We dodged to the environment that ...

Applied Photography and Time-Based Media Departments Institute of Design Dora Denerak, Elif Gündüz, Marlene Mautner, Pavle Nikolic´, Lea Sonderegger, Laura Spes, Moritz Zangl
Cabinet of Curiosities
 
Cabinet of Curiosities

The Cabinet of Curiosities is a virtual environment exhibiting work developed by the Institute of Architecture.

Curated as sets of three-dimensional atmospheric spaces the cabinet gathers architectural representations of various formats, produced during the academic year.

Visitors are welcome to explore the cabinet and interact with the material in their own manner.

The Cabinet of Curiosities is a collaborative project of the IoA with the Vienna based media company Ovos and its first stage will be made accessible at the Angewandte Festival.

Architectural Design 1 Architectural Design 2 Architectural Design 3 Departments Institute of Architecture Institute of Architecture
Transmediale Kunst
Transmedia Art
 
Transmedia Art

The designating transmediality allows for artistic media to be read as a diverse, open and interwoven matter. This complex under- standing of media makes multiple options available for dealing with materiality. Furthermore we decline the rigorous differenti- ation between the visual art genres but encourage a transdisci- plinary approach and the exchange with science, technology and philosophy. Trying new ways to create work and learning through experimentation is an essential part of art-making as we see it. We emphasize discussion and debate as well as raising critical aware- ness within the work process, which can open up new resources ...

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Transmedia Art Univ.-Prof. Mag. art. Brigitte Kowanz
Can Culture Do Politics? Can Politics Do Culture?
Why we should speak more about cultural policy
Wed. 24.6.2020 18.00 to 19.00 Uhr18.00 to 19.00 Uhr
 
Can Culture Do Politics? Can Politics Do Culture? Why we should speak more about cultural policy

Like no other event, the corona crisis has made the lack of a constructive cultural policy painfully obvious. In the discussion, we will attempt to find out how to deal with this deficit and how those responsible for cultural policy-making and artists and cultural workers alike can tackle this challenge effectively.

Departments Edition Angewandte Others Gerald Bast (Angewandte), Veronica Kaup-Hasler (City of Vienna - CANCELLED), Michael Wimmer (Angewandte), Anke Schad-Spindler (Researcher on culture-politics), Stephan Hilpold (Der Standard)
dis_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ tanz
 
dis_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ tanz

(Leeres Theater. Autor und Regisseur, betrunken.)

AUTOR Ich habe ein Gedicht geschrieben.

 

REGISSEUR (hält sich stöhnend die Ohren zu) Sags auf.

 

AUTOR Tödlich der Menschheit ihre zu rasche Vermehrung

Jede Geburt ein Tod zu wenig Mord ein Geschenk

Jeder Taifun / Erdbeben eine Hoffnung / Hoffnung der Welt Lob den Vulkanen

Nicht Jesus Herodes kannte die Wege der Welt

Die Massaker sind Investitionen in die Zukunft

Gott ist kein Mann keine Frau ist ein Virus

... Departments Stage & Film Design Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art
Tour: Cabinet of Curiosities
Wed. 24.6.2020 11.00 to 12.00 Uhr11.00 to 12.00 Uhr
 
Tour: Cabinet of Curiosities

The Cabinet of Curiosities is a virtual environment exhibiting work developed by the Institute of Architecture.

Curated as sets of three-dimensional atmospheric spaces the cabinet gathers architectural representations of various formats, produced during the academic year.

Visitors are welcome to explore the cabinet and interact with the material in their own manner.

The Cabinet of Curiosities is a collaborative project of the IoA with the Vienna based media company Ovos and its first stage will be made accessible at the Angewandte Festival.

Architectural Design 1 Architectural Design 2 Architectural Design 3 Departments Institute of Architecture IoA (Institute of Architecture)
Logo Asphalt Gallery
Asphalt Gallery (LIVE)
Students show their artwork
Tue. 23.6.2020 19.30 to 20.00 Uhr19.30 to 20.00 Uhr
 
Asphalt Gallery (LIVE) Students show their artwork

The mobile installation „Asphalt Gallery“ in three light trucks is equipped with a digital tracking system and can be localised and visited. During the day, they are underway in the city – and return to the Angewandte at sundown. Photographic works, installations, videos, and performances can be experienced there live on site. At the opening of the Festival, all three trucks will be parked as a group on Oskar-Kokoschka Platz.

Opening 23.6.2020 | 7 pm

23.6.2020 | 7.30 pm – 8 pm | (LIVE)

24. – 26.6.2020 | 12 am – 8 pm | at various locations in Vienna

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Photography Carmen Alber, Evelyn Bencicova, Sami Ciftci, Sebastian Eder, Verena Gotthardt, Caroline Haberl, Nele Viktoria Hazod, Kaja Clara Joo, Tamara Yael Kanfer, Matthias Köck, Fritz Lichtenwagner, Keno Meiners, Luca Mikitz, Isabella Nießl, Roman Prostejovsky, Julia Reichmayr, Sama Saadatfard, Johanna Samek, Ludovico Scalmani, Elisa Schmid, Valentin Unger, Carlos Vergara, Peter Walde, Carlo Zappella
The Malik
Übersetzt und betrachtet von Piper, so wie und so weit sie es schafft.
 
The Malik Übersetzt und betrachtet von Piper, so wie und so weit sie es schafft.

Liebe Klasse,

ich hoffe, es geht euch allen gut!

Für die Wochen, die wir ja nun in Isolation verbringen müssen, wäre mein Vorschlag, uns auf zwei Briefromane von Else Lasker-Schüler zu konzentrieren, „Mein Herz“ und „Der Malik“. Das Hauptinteresse liegt hierbei auf Selbstreflexion innerhalb der eigenen Arbeit, wie das unmittelbare und weitere soziale Umfeld bedacht werden kann und wie wir uns darin selbst fiktionalisieren oder stilisieren könnten.

Es gibt eine eher dürftige Übersetzung von „Mein Herz“ ins Englische, aber keine für „Der Malik“. Die Idee wä...

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Painting
Why Of All Things
an A.I. Oracle
Fri. 26.6.2020 17.00 to 17.30 Uhr17.00 to 17.30 Uhr
 
Why Of All Things an A.I. Oracle

“Why Of All Things” is a service that aims to assist with answering complex questions based on divination techniques and methods of Artificial Intelligence research.

Contrary to popular belief, both divination and A.I. can be viewed as Information technology, helping externalize thoughts and approaching complex topics from new angles. Several traditions of fortune telling do not presume a fixed state of the universe, instead a set of symbolic objects is used to map out a question within its context with the goal of finding new patterns in the resulting network.

Rather than asking them ...

Departments Industrial Design 2 Institute of Design by Sarah Franzl, Denise Schindele — DESIGN INVESTIGATIONS
Short Fashion Films: Moving Fashion
 
Short Fashion Films: Moving Fashion

As part of the Angewandte Festival, a group of students from the Fashion Department presents a series of short fashion films shot on smartphones. Produced with everyday DIY means, which were freely available to students both at home and in public space, these video clips stage fashion as a narrative and performative aesthetic practice. Particularly during the coronavirus crisis and the switch to “distance learning” from home, filming with a smartphone has proven to be a way to shape one’s own design process with the creative use of technology and aesthetics. Freed from conventional modes of presention (fashion ...

Departments Fashion Institute of Design Mit Short Fashion Films by Laura Hörmann, Viola Kollar, Alissa Herbig, Shuzo Matsuhashi, Alisa Tegin, Benedikt Salchegger und anderen.
Food Design Small
sustainable FOOD cultures
Thu. 25.6.2020 16.00 to 17.00 Uhr16.00 to 17.00 Uhr
 
Food Design Small sustainable FOOD cultures

Book presentation with Sonja Stummerer and Martin Hablesreiter / honey & bunny hosted by the IoA/Institute of Architecture. Followed by a movie and a conversation between the authors and Roswitha Janowski-Fritsch

Eating is an everyday cultural act that follows sustainable values. Every change in eating behavior affects the ecosystem and socio-economic processes. Every bite is a political act. What we eat, when and why can trigger unworthy working conditions in Spain, soil erosion in Central Africa or burning Amazonian areas. The question of daily eating has nothing to do with diets or recipes but with CO2 emissions ...

Departments Institute of Architecture Honey & Bunny (Sonja Stummerer, Martin Hablesreiter) Alumni Institute of Architecture
New Market
 
New Market

The Transformation of Spatial Design and Architecture as a Result of Autonomous Mobility on the Scale of Individual Buildings and Interior Spaces

Today, autonomous mobility, self-driving cars, and new navigation scenarios are nothing new and already quite tangible in an imminent future. Many cities have been testing this form of urban mobility in prototype phases since years. Similarly, the use of autonomous and intelligent machines is integral in industrial facilities and logistic centres and part of the daily workflow.

 

In the 2019/20 academic year, Studio Lynn explored the impacts these technological innovations can ...

Architectural Design 2 Departments Institute of Architecture
Our department is called DESIGN INVESTIGATIONS
 
Our department is called DESIGN INVESTIGATIONS

Julia Habarda, Selma Mühlbauer, Ula Reutina, Deep Dive, 2020

DESIGN INVESTIGATIONS is for the curious and critical. It is for people who are open to the complexity and uncertainty of our world. It is for the responsible radicals who want to question and change the world around them. It is a place where people come together to create tools, experiences, stories and provocations that help to create a more hopeful and humane future for all of us.

The department offers a solid education that uses critical thinking, investigative research, prototyping and conceptual speculation to design ...

Departments Industrial Design 2 Institute of Design
Political Atmosphere
Climate change, air turbulence, and war
Wed. 24.6.2020 17.00 to 17.30 Uhr17.00 to 17.30 Uhr
 
Political Atmosphere Climate change, air turbulence, and war

Even though several research papers observe a strong correlation between climate change and conflict, scientists are still unable to explain the underlying mechanisms. As the complexity of this relationship is impossible to quantify, the installation captures this understanding in a more visceral way. “Political Atmosphere” features a live visualisation of the surrounding flight traffic and a custom-made, industrial-sized siren. The constant feed of open data received by an ADS-B antenna is paired with a mechanical set of gears, picturing the slow violent build-up of potential until the tipping point is reached. The gear-transmission adapts its speed in accordance to ...

Departments Industrial Design 2 Institute of Design by Felix Lenz — DESIGN INVESTIGATIONS
ALPHABET spring 2020
 
ALPHABET spring 2020

During the lockdown, students of the department of applied photography and time-based media developed a photographic alphabet. The limited working space was examined, deciphered, manipulated and translated into (photographic) letters and numbers.

The result is a common pictorial script that challenges the contemplation of the everyday but also refers to the individual situations in isolation.

The relationship between motif, text and semiotic, visual language and typeface are experimentally shifted by the actual use as a writing tool – TYPE A PHOTO EDITORIAL.

Watch out also in public space!

Prof. Maria Ziegelböck, ...

Applied Photography and Time-Based Media Departments Institute of Design
CLAIMING SPACE
Gaining space – восстановление пространства – Alanı kazanmak – at vinde plad – Raum gewinnen
Wed. 24.6.2020 21.45 to 22.15 Uhr21.45 to 22.15 Uhr
 
CLAIMING SPACE Gaining space – восстановление пространства – Alanı kazanmak – at vinde plad – Raum gewinnen

Please join as you wish: either live in public space (Georg-Coch-Platz) or online to our zoom space! The both will be interconnected, creating a stunning melange of atmospheres, questioning our constant transformation in between the two. Are there places in the real and/or digital public space simply dedicated for “being”?

CLAIMING SPACE is opening up, creating new space, giving and projecting space, observing space–– and invites you to surprise us!

Join us on Zoom:

https://zoom.us/j/7367825067  

PW 907155 Applied Photography and Time-Based Media Departments Institute of Design students of Angewandte Fotografie und zeitbasierte Medien with Victoria Coeln and Žiga Jereb
BODY – intimacy in the digital age
stories und ein weiteres zoom 2020
 
BODY – intimacy in the digital age stories und ein weiteres zoom 2020

I wish

I wish we could touch.

But I have never touched

Or I do not remember.

 

one more story and another zoom 2020

 

 

 

 

Departments Stage & Film Design Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Eine Kooperation zwischen der Universität für Angewandte Kunst Wien und Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht. Danique van der Mik -  Evan Rouschop -  Stella van den Berg - Leoni Pirenne - Dan Majdub - Naida Gomes Amorim - Sanja Halb - Ekaterina Levtonova  -  Hanga Balla - Lehrende: Trudy Hekman - Annelies de Ridder - Dirk Sonneveld - Angela Gregovic - Ela A. Sattler
Logo Asphalt Gallery
Asphalt Gallery
Students of the Photography Class / Gabriele Rothemann show their artwork
 
Asphalt Gallery Students of the Photography Class / Gabriele Rothemann show their artwork

The mobile installation „Asphalt Gallery“ in three light trucks is equipped with a digital tracking system and can be localised and visited. During the day, they are underway in the city – and return to the Angewandte at sundown. Photographic works, installations, videos, and performances can be experienced there live on site. At the opening of the Festival, all three trucks will be parked as a group on Oskar-Kokoschka Platz.

Opening 23.6.2020 | 7 pm

23.6.2020 | 7.30 pm – 8 pm | (LIVE)

24. – 26.6.2020 | 12 am – 8 pm | at various locations in Vienna

Besides the exhibition „Asphalt Gallery“ the department of Photography is ...

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Photography Carmen Alber, Evelyn Bencicova, Sami Ciftci, Sebastian Eder, Verena Gotthardt, Caroline Haberl, Nele Viktoria Hazod, Kaja Clara Joo, Tamara Yael Kanfer, Matthias Köck, Fritz Lichtenwagner, Keno Meiners, Luca Mikitz, Isabella Nießl, Roman Prostejovsky, Julia Reichmayr, Sama Saadatfard, Johanna Samek, Ludovico Scalmani, Elisa Schmid, Valentin Unger, Carlos Vergara, Peter Walde, Carlo Zappella
Freie Arbeiten der Abteilung Bühnen- und Filmgestaltung
 
Freie Arbeiten der Abteilung Bühnen- und Filmgestaltung Departments Stage & Film Design Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Studierende der Abteilung Bühnen- und Filmgestaltung (Hanna Wimmer, Fabian Türk, Milena Czenovsky, Anna Sternberg, Zoe Hölzel)
The Farmer’s Odyssey
From the Field to Our Table: An Untold Story
 
The Farmer’s Odyssey From the Field to Our Table: An Untold Story

The “Farmer’s Odyssey” is a shadowplay about the obstacles Austrian farmers have to face in our current food system. The main protagonist in the play is a vegetable farmer, who wakes up in a dream as one of his own carrots. This protagonist-carrot’s tortuous odyssey to the supermarket is full of challenging problems that mirror the troubles faced by the farmer when he takes his produce to the market. The journey ends in the supermarket, where the carrot finds himself next to an imported carrot, from far, far away. It’s left up to the customer in ...

Departments Industrial Design 2 Institute of Design by Andreas Palfinger, Can Denzer, Lara Huz, Lena Reutenauer — DESIGN INVESTIGATIONS
Clockwork 2020
 
Clockwork 2020

1770 – ludwig van beethoven wird in bonn geboren.

1962 – anthony burgess‘ dystopischer roman „a clockwork orange“ erscheint. die hauptfigur, alex, liebt beethovens musik.

1971 – stanley kubrick verfilmt den roman auf basis der amerikanischen fassung, d.h. ohne das letzte kapitel. musik u.a. von beethoven.

1994 – das jahr, in dem die handlung des romans spielt.

2019 – a clockwork condition, eine unveröffentlichte fortsetzung des mittlerweile als moderner klassiker eingestuften werks wird im nachlass von burgess gefunden.

2020 – wir überlegen, in welchen räumen ...

Departments Stage & Film Design Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art STUDENTISCHE RAUMPOSITIONEN ZU CLOCKWORK (ORANGE) 2020 HANGA BALLA – NO DRUGS / WITHOUT ME LUISA BERGHAMMER – A CLOCKWORK ORANGE / REMIX REMIX MILENA CZERNOVSKY – OHNE TITEL BASAK DASDAN – OHNE TITEL SANJA HALB – MEETING UP IN EMPTY CORONA BAR VALENTIN HÄMMERLE – CLOCKWORK ZOE HÖLZEL – OHNE TITEL ANNA KREINECKER – OHNE TITEL EKATERINA LEVTONOVA – POOL, 2020 NATALYA LUGOVAYA – БЕЙ БЕЛЫХ ANNA REICHMAYR – A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 2020 JUNMOO SEONG – CLOCKWORK 2050 CAMILLA SMOLDERS – LAGERKOLLER PAULINE STEPHAN – 3 FILME, OHNE TITEL ANNA STERNBERG – SEXWORK DUNKELROT HANNA WIMMER – SKATEPARK, ANIMATION, 2020 Projektbetreuung: Bernhard Kleber Angela Gregovic Thomas Oliver Niehaus Hannes Salat Ela Aloisia Sattler Sophie Lux © 2020 Bühnen - und Filmgestaltung
Life_Urban
 
Life_Urban

The future of well-being

Bis 2050 werden mehr als zwei Drittel der Weltbevölkerung in Städten leben. Außerdem leben Menschen heutzutage länger, streben danach gesünder zu bleiben und erwarten mehr von ihren Umgebungen, in denen sie ihr Leben verbringen – besonders in urbanen Zentren. In den vergangenen Jahrzehnten ließ sich ein besonders schneller Anstieg der Bevölkerungszahlen und eine dadurch bedingte Alterung der Bevölkerung verzeichnen, mit allen daraus resultierenden Problemen. Wir leben in einem Zeitalter von noch nie dagewesenen Veränderungen – speziell in Bezug auf Themen wie Gesundheit und Wohlbefinden. Gesundheitssysteme und -strategien werden ...

Architectural Design 3 Departments Institute of Architecture
European Slums
 
European Slums

In our eyes, the current global challenges in connection with the pandemic call for a paradigm change – now more than ever, in the architectural practice and in architectural thinking. In light of the structural deficits in urban areas, migration fluxes, technological shifts, precarious living situations, and spatial exclusion, a redefinition of the present-day demands seems inevitable. Our discipline needs to once again be embedded in the life worlds of the people in order to better approximate social problems and realities. Our work as teachers of architecture presents a fantastic opportunity for reinvention. We aim to build upon the impressive ...

Architectural Design 1 Departments Institute of Architecture
Distant Dissonance
 
Distant Dissonance

With self-built electronic acoustic devices, artists explore experimental forms of sound production.

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Photography Robert Mathy with Laura Verena Stoll, Valentin Unger, Anna Carina Roth, Ludovico Scalmani, Franz Ehn Fotografie
Erna KOPRIVA SCHULE, Blick in die Klasse
Arbeitsorte/Working Places
Angewandte Alumni
 
Arbeitsorte/Working Places Angewandte Alumni

Remaining present and visible is important, especially in turbulent times like these. In the framework of the festival, alumni of the Angewandte open up their working places in the virtual realm. We knock on their doors and take a closer look at their personal working environment. Aspects like “Under which circumstances do ideas come about?” or “Where do projects take shape?” become tangible. Visits are possible and welcome on the festival website at any time of day via the link below. 

 

Photo: Erna Kopriva School, View of the class, undated, 24 x 30 cm, photography b/...

Uncategorized ARTist (supported by Kunst und Forschung)
Claiming Space
Gaining space – восстановление пространства – Alanı kazanmak – at vinde plad – Raum gewinnen
Wed. 24.6.2020 21.45 to 22.15 Uhr21.45 to 22.15 Uhr
 
Claiming Space Gaining space – восстановление пространства – Alanı kazanmak – at vinde plad – Raum gewinnen

We are CLAIMING SPACE, opening up, creating new space, giving and projecting space, observing space. The changes and events of the past few months have led to many questions about public, private, and university-held space: Are there places that are not geared towards consumption, functionality, transfer, etc.? Are there places only for “being”? Also: Is a university building a public space? We want a discourse with the public. To do so, we use the “new open space” in front of the old PSK building. A new space for the university, a “competence center for art and science” is being ...

Applied Photography and Time-Based Media Departments Institute of Design Victoria Coeln, Ines Frieda, Elif Gunduz, Žiga Jereb, Luca Celine Müller, Olesya Parfenuk, Marcella Ruiz Cruz, Laura Spes
Dear Satellite
Orbiting Afterlife
 
Dear Satellite Orbiting Afterlife

Exploring outer space has always fascinated humankind. For a long time our fantasies of space expeditions lived in cultural stories and folktales, but in the 20th century, alongside great adventures, it became a battleground for the Cold War. But today, with private companies seeking to gain economic and colonial power; a new space race is underway. One approach to commercialising space that fascinates me is the Cubesat (cube-shaped satellite), a palm sized satellite that plays a big role in democratising access to space. Mostly placed in low earth orbit, these tiny satellites rotate around the Earth in 120 minutes and ...

Departments Industrial Design 2 Institute of Design by Lucy Li — DESIGN INVESTIGATIONS
Overcoming Disgust
Eat insects, Save the World!
Thu. 25.6.2020 17.00 to 17.30 Uhr17.00 to 17.30 Uhr
 
Overcoming Disgust Eat insects, Save the World!

Although it has numerous environmental advantages, people in some cultures find the thought of eating insects repulsive. To shift such preconceived cultural norms, we invented a performative cooking show and pop-up restaurant called “La Nourriture du Futur!” as a familiar trope.

The Chef, in a television-styled performance, cooks seven different meals – all containing insects – for his eager audience. Prepared on a bespoke, beautifully crafted cooking machine featuring a rotating drum and a liquid nitrogen chilled pot. The dramatically conjured insect meals are presented in a highly desirable gourmet-style, to help audiences and guests overcome disgust.

...

Departments Industrial Design 2 Institute of Design by Claudia Montalvo, Leo Mühlfeld, Paul Mairböck, Barbara Ejdys — DESIGN INVESTIGATIONS
Angewandte Decks
Site-specific intervention in wood for the garden of Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz
 
Angewandte Decks Site-specific intervention in wood for the garden of Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz

This is a proposal for a site specific installation, that activates the spatial and communicative potential of the Angewandte courtyard at Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz.

The wooden decks feature diverse geometric formations related to an interaction with the human body. The structures provide an equivocal functionality inspiring various modes of inhabitation and social activity yet to be found and repeatedly reconfigured. The project was started this summer semester in an open, cross-disciplinary process by incorporating ideas, feedback and desires from all members of the Angewandte and translated by the participants from different departments. This concept is embedded in  “design and ...

Departments Design, Architecture and Environment for Art Education Institute of Architecture Institute of Art Sciences and Art Education Others Uncategorized Charlotte Heller, Lydia Hinteregger, Magdalena Kernegger, Joyce Lee, Wolfgang Miksits, Yeeun Namkoong, Stephanie Sentall, Sophia Widmann, Michalina Zadykowicz // Studio Holz : Philipp Reinsberg & Lukas Allner
OKP-
Schwanzer-
Wing
 
digital only
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Press 1 for Water from the Mountains
Institut für Kunstwissenschaften, Kunstpädagogik & Kunstvermittlung
 
Press 1 for Water from the Mountains Institut für Kunstwissenschaften, Kunstpädagogik & Kunstvermittlung

Once we were all at sea. That was a long time ago, we grew apart with water, even though we are part water.

We took the current crisis as an incentive to engage with the subject of water and to reconnect with it. We create a space for performative reflection through intimate communication, poetry, and concentrated, physical interaction with the liquid through moving, approaching, touching, drinking, storytelling, feeling, and simply by coming into contact with water – researching it as an entity in and around us without the constraints of daily routine. This can simply entail an act ...

Art and Communication Practices Departments Design, Architecture and Environment for Art Education Institute of Art Sciences and Art Education Textiles - Free, Applied and Experimental Artistic Design authors and performers: Daniel Aschwanden, Anna Litovskikh, Lina Marangattil, Elisa Pezza, Simon Platzgummer, Lisa Rohringer  In collaboration with Soho Ottakring
/ecm diskurs 48: Have we ever been digital?
Comments on a postdigital art education and their bodies
 
/ecm diskurs 48: Have we ever been digital? Comments on a postdigital art education and their bodies

In the context of the philosophy of education, the idea that humans don’t just learn with their heads but also with their bodies is a longstanding deliberation, which has often been used as an argument in various historical situations. In an almost reflexive manner, it is set in opposition to learning with and in the digital realm – also and especially when it has to do with art and its mediation. How can bodies be read in the context of education? How can they interact with one another? Which potentials reside in the incorporation of the knowing body in ...

/ecm Departments Others Gila Kolb, HKB, PHBern, agency art education
makingAchange goes Fridays Forum
 
makingAchange goes Fridays Forum

In cooperation with the BOKU (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna), Angewandte students offer workshops on the topic “Climate Change and Sustainability” in Austria. The aim is to contribute to the transformation of society and encourage people to view climate protection and sustainability as self-evident, both in schools and in everyday life. The project is a collaboration between science and schools.

Departments Institute of Art Sciences and Art Education Uncategorized as part of Fridays Forum: Students of die Angewandte and BOKU, CCCA
PRIVATE DOTS AND PUBLIC CLOUDS
Online version of the sound work with the same name for the series TONSPUR für einen öffentlichen raum
Thu. 25.6.2020 15.00 to 15.30 Uhr15.00 to 15.30 Uhr
 
PRIVATE DOTS AND PUBLIC CLOUDS Online version of the sound work with the same name for the series TONSPUR für einen öffentlichen raum

As the current situation demands that we isolate ourselves, stay at home and do not share public space, we create digital spaces via communication technologies to connect and communicate. In this context, virtual spaces are replacements of public spaces. They are intersections of our private surroundings, allowing the creation of alternative modes of gathering and possible forms of publicness within the privateness. Private Dots and Public Clouds reflects on these spatial constellations.

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art TransArts Maxim Brezhnev / Christopher Friess / Marlene Fröhlich / Chris Izsák / Luise Lutz / Luīze Nežberte / Elisa Pezza / Leonhard Pill / Julian Siffert TransArts, University of Applied Arts Vienna in cooperation with TONSPUR Kunstverein Wien. Artistic Director: Georg Weckwerth
2 m(inutes) distance
Wed. 24.6.2020 20.45 to 21.15 Uhr20.45 to 21.15 Uhr
 
2 m(inutes) distance

With the recent move towards online festivals and exhibitions, and to avoid exclusively transferring artistic statements to virtual spaces, we decided to select a physical space as a communicative interface for a collaborative art project titled 2 m(inutes) distance. A planned sequence of interventions, performances, and media presentations in the Altes Kino of the Sandleitenhof complex will result in a collective installation. The work is a plea for the preservation of artistic polyphony. In this sense, 2 m(inutes) distance is an experimental set-up to answer the question of how to deal with the restrictions imposed on us.

Departments Supervision: Dr. Gerda Lampalzer-Oppermann, Medientheorie
Finding Comfort in Uncomfortable Times
Thu. 25.6.2020 12.00 to 13.00 Uhr12.00 to 13.00 Uhr
 
Finding Comfort in Uncomfortable Times

Ana Prvački’s experimental approach combines scientific research with the study of behavioural patterns and emotional influences to generate a strategy for creating unique experiences and an artistic practice that is environmentally aware. Her work has been shown internationally, including at the 14th Istanbul Biennial, the first Singapore Biennale, and dOCUMENTA (13). Prvački’s performances have been commissioned by the L.A. Philharmonic and for the Chicago Architecture Biennial, amongst others.

Uncategorized Ana Prvački with Noit Banai as part of the series „Strategies of Survival“, Art History
Lab Diaries
Videos from Isolation
Wed. 24.6.2020 21.45 to 22.15 Uhr21.45 to 22.15 Uhr
 
Lab Diaries Videos from Isolation

A “lab diary” is a notebook that documents the planning, execution, and evaluation of experiments. This semester, students in the “Crossover Video” course worked on the theme of isolation and documented parts of their lives in narrative and non-narrative, experimental video contributions. Students were encouraged to view the strict and unprecedented measures imposed on us, such as stay-at-home orders and social distancing rules, not as obstacles but conversely as raw material or a catalyst for their artistic practice.

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art TransArts Maxim Brezhnev, Francesca Centonze, Christopher Frieß, Christina Grüll, Nazanin Mehraein, Jannis Neumann, Leonhard Pill, Selina Rottmann
Zoom Memorial
Fri. 26.6.2020 19.00 to 19.30 Uhr19.00 to 19.30 Uhr
 
Zoom Memorial

Whoever erects monuments pays tribute to a person, perhaps marks an event, in short: calls for commemoration, fights death and decay. When we set a memorial stone, here and today, then we place a lasting sign against pre-emptive obedience, against decreed reasonableness, and forever for a Last Loosening. PS: Last but not least, in all due lightness, we would like to remember Walter Serner, whose “whistle around the corner” is needed now more than ever.

Departments Institute of Arts and Society Social Design – Arts as Urban Innovation
Have we ever been digital?
 
Have we ever been digital?

Comments on a postdigital art education and their bodies

 

In the context of the philosophy of education, the idea that humans don’t just learn with their heads but also with their bodies is a longstanding deliberation, which has often been used as an argument in various historical situations. In an almost reflexive manner, it is set in opposition to learning with and in the digital realm – also and especially when it has to do with art and its mediation.

 

That the body plays a role in education can ...

/ecm Departments Others Johanna Amlinger, Felix Balzer, Nathalie Bauer, Johannes Brodnig, Angelika Burtscher, Marc Celuch, Veronika Hackl, Jens Hecker, Judit Horvath, Eva Hörmanseder, Eleni Kampuridis, Johannes Kapeller, Radostina Kostadinova, Katharina Lehner, Laura Luzianovich, Marion Oberhofer, Burcu Öztürkler, Gabriela Petrovic, Nora Pierer, Lucia Andrea Wagner, Teresa Wally, Jo Zynda
The Sound of Plants
An Acoustic Exploration of Botanic Life
 
The Sound of Plants An Acoustic Exploration of Botanic Life

The life processes of plants, such as root growth and photosynthesis, are invisible and inaudible for the human senses. Students from the TransArts Department investigate these processes through sound installations.

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art TransArts Acoustic works by: Ida Eda, Franz Ehn, Dominik Einfalt, Christopher Frieß, Marlene Fröhlich, Christina Grüll, Chris Izsák, Armin Muhamedagic, Leonhard Pill, Florentin Scheicher, Florin Stanzer, Johanna Steinkellner, Noah von Stietencron, Laura Stoll, Demian Thirst - Supervision: Richard Eigner, TransArts - Technical Support: Ingeborg Lang und David Bröderbauer, University of Vienna
Co-Corporeality Serie 1 – E. feed/er
 
Co-Corporeality Serie 1 – E. feed/er

image: Co-Corporeality Series 1 – E. feed/er – responsive interaction space for humans and living matter, @Co-Corporeality 2020

The aim of this project is to develop a responsive environment for interactions between humans and living material. This biological “performative architecture” reacts to human presence and behaviour through movements, growth, and decay. A first prototype will be showcased, which creates a space for humans and micro-organisms to interact. With webcams and artificial intelligence, visitors can use human emotions to communicate with bacteria non-verbally. cocorporeality.net

Uncategorized Angewandte: Barbara Imhof, Daniela Mitterberger, Tiziano Derme, Waltraut Hoheneder, Damjan Minovski, Kyle Koops, Patricia Tibu OFAI: Martin Gasser, Robert Trappl PaCE Group, Uni Wien: Alexander Bismarck, Andreas Mautner, Neptun Yousefi, Kathrin Weiland, Teresa Gutierrez E-Feeder: Damjan Minovski, Tiziano Derme, Daniela Mitterberger Artificial Intelligence, Machine Vision: Martin Gasser Living material: Neptun Yousefi, Kathrin Weiland, Teresa Gutierrez
Matters of Relationship
 
Matters of Relationship

An Analogue Network, Rooted in the Social Design Studio

 

“We find ourselves in a situation in which we are temporarily forced to keep distance from one another and stay in the private sphere of our homes (microcosms/bubbles) – in contrast to the public realm, the city, our social lives, and our networks (friends, family, university) – where we are thrown back on our own (and to the essentials like food, time, money). Our very own body and health, our private lives, how we spend our free time or our night life, how we behave as ...

Departments Institute of Arts and Society Social Design – Arts as Urban Innovation Karin Fisslthaler und Studierende der Abteilung Social Design (Catalin Betz, Theresa Binder, Leah Dorner, Citlali Gómez Escobar, Susanne Gutsche, Marlene Hübner, Maria Kanzler, Neslihan Kiran, Evgeniia Kozlova, Lena Michalik, Danny Nedkova, David Schessl, Amelie Schlemmer)
QUARANTINE QUILT
"After House Work and Art Work"
 
QUARANTINE QUILT "After House Work and Art Work"

Reproductive labour is understood as the total of unrecognized and often uncompensated work in a capitalist system that, on a daily basis, cares for and maintains others. Reproductive labour or „care work“ is associated with the upbringing of children, the care for elders, for people who are not able to work, self-care, healthcare, housework and sex work. The division between productive and „unproductive work“ goes back to the economist Adam Smith and was criticized by the international feminist movement „Wages for Housework“ in the Seventies that demanded payment for the unwaged domestic work mostly performed by women in the ...

Departments Institute of Arts and Society With contributions by: Sara-Lisa Bals, Barbi Bašić, Flora Goidinger, Lukas Gritzner, Alissa Herbig, Mahshid Javadi, Eszter Kállay, Viola Kollár, Semi Kwon, Nora Licka, Iga Mazur, Luca Sabot, Pouran Parvizi, Tsai-Ju Wu
Wobble-Blink-Bonk-Boing
 
Wobble-Blink-Bonk-Boing

With the Angewandte’s interactive live stream, you can make the world at the other end of the fibre optic cable blink and boing. Using your voice and a computer screen, you can interact directly with the installation in real time – all from the comfort of your own home.

 

23.6., 18:00 – 24.6.,18:00, 24h-Stream

Departments Institute of Art Sciences and Art Education Uncategorized Paul Reza-Klein Zentrum Didaktik für Kunst und interdisziplinären Unterricht
Angewandte Festival × United We Stream
Fri. 26.6.2020 21.00 to 23.59 Uhr21.00 to 23.59 Uhr
 
Angewandte Festival × United We Stream

The platform “United We Stream Vienna” promotes venues that significantly contribute to the identity of Viennese club culture, but are currently threatened by the lockdown. Their live broadcasts of DJ sets and music provide essential sound and culture in the current crisis. The Angewandte joins them in solidarity with the following line-up: Mala Herba and Bocksrucker LIVE, Grace Schella DJ set.

Uncategorized Mala Herba and Bocksrucker LIVE Grace Schella DJ-Set
Schwimmverein Donaukanal
A project for committed urban swimmers
Wed. 24.6.2020 13.30 to 14.30 Uhr13.30 to 14.30 Uhr
 
Schwimmverein Donaukanal A project for committed urban swimmers

The freshly founded swimming club revives the tradition of urban swimming in Vienna’s Danube Canal. “It’s a completely different way to experience the city, when you come down from Nußdorfer Schleuse into the city and swim along the heart of Vienna,” tells a member of the swimming club. Like flaneurs, we float adrift in the stream of the canal and learn to read this urban water in a new way. Everyone is invited to join – whether directly from the promenade or in the cosy live stream.

Departments Institute of Arts and Society Social Design – Arts as Urban Innovation Ana Mumzlade, Fabian Ritzi, Amelie Schlemmer, Amanda Sperger Students of Social Design
The Sill-Grill #1 with Thomas Ballhausen (Host) & Guests
Barbecue for Beginners
Wed. 24.6.2020 00.00 to 02.00 Uhr00.00 to 02.00 Uhr
 
The Sill-Grill #1 with Thomas Ballhausen (Host) & Guests Barbecue for Beginners

On three consecutive evenings, PhD students are invited to the “Sill Grill”: the kitchen as a live think tank for thresholds, transitions, and new beginnings. Here, dinner becomes an interactive multimedia event where ideas, materials, and food, etc., begin to circulate and become transformed. Lecture meets performance, art meets research, starters followed by main courses and des(s)ert. Late-night food for the brain!

Center Research Focus Departments Others Uncategorized Thomas Ballhausen (Host) & Guests
This ist just a [ ] tribute [ ] rebut [ ] reboot.
 
This ist just a [ ] tribute [ ] rebut [ ] reboot.

The ephemeral nature of curating and the archive: OPENING UP: OPEN UNTIL DECLARED OTHERWISE – digital traces of the /ecm programme for the Angewandte Festival 2020.

/ecm Departments Others Abteilung /ecm
NEUROMATIC GAME ART #2
Ein Panel zu Game Art/ Künstlerisches Forschungsprojekt * Neuromatic Game Art*
Thu. 25.6.2020 20.30 to 21.00 Uhr20.30 to 21.00 Uhr
 
NEUROMATIC GAME ART #2 Ein Panel zu Game Art/ Künstlerisches Forschungsprojekt * Neuromatic Game Art*

Das Genre der Game art, Game Design, Kunst und Spiel gewinnen im Kontext der künstlerischen Forschung an Bedeutung, da sie empirische Methoden und unmittelbare Erfahrungen ermöglichen. Ludische Experimente in Form von Neurogames und das transformative Potential des Spiels dienen als theoretischer Rahmen für einen Diskurs über öffentlich durchgeführte künstlerische Experimente, Widerstand zu gesellschaftlichen Gegebenheiten und dem Umgang mit persönlichen Daten.

Im Zentrum dieses Panels stehen aktuelle kritische Spiele in einer neuen Form der erweiterten Spielkunst. Biometrische Aspekte und Neuro-interfaces, die in performativen Installationen eingesetzt werden, erlauben die Gestaltung von ludischen Erfahrungen, ...

Center Research Focus Departments Others Uncategorized Margarete Jahrmann (Art, Game und Artistic Research/ Neuroflow Games), Brigitte Felderer (Social Design und Spiele der Stadt), Sonja Böckler (Game Design and Art, Zurich), Thomas Wagensommerer (Neuroflow Games und Sound), Simon Broggi/ Stefan Schmidlin (Insert Coin Zurich).
Where do you stand with your art, my friend?
 
Where do you stand with your art, my friend?

Labour society is in danger of running out of work, says Hannah Arendt. Work seems to be based on personal responsibility, flexibility, and self-optimisation. Could self-fulfilment, freedom, and individual life paths take the place of gainful employment and reproduction?

 

24.6., 22:15–24:00 LIVE in Videos: unsortiert

Uncategorized Kunst- und Wissenstransfer with students
01 – 711 333 333 – The APL Performance Hotline
 
01 – 711 333 333 – The APL Performance Hotline

Are you haunted by a risky idea? Do you want to make a performance and are in search for direct and honest feedback?

Especially now, times are tough for doing performances. If you nevertheless plan to do one, we are ready for you.

The APL Performance Hotline provides a platform for performers and audiences alike to analyse their own or other performances and to receive assistance. We offer personal advice via telephone on all matters concerning the field of performance.

 

23.6.–26.6., 00:00–24:00 on following telephone numer: 01 – 711 333 333

Uncategorized APL – Angewandte Performance Laboratory
The Essence 2020 – digital edition
 
The Essence 2020 – digital edition

For the first Angewandte Festival in 2019, we cleaned out our studio and transformed it into a white cube exhibition space. In all modesty, we called our contribution “The Essence 2019”. For this year’s festival, the plan was to do the same – but in the opposite way. We had decided not to dispel the everyday chaos, rather to accept and emphasise it. We wanted to invite you all to share a couple of days of our everyday studio reality. Shame. Due to the invasion of tiny little creatures, we currently can’t even share our studio amongst ourselves. As compensation, ...

Departments Graphics and Printmaking Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art
Alien Life: between brains, bacteria and matter
ART/SCIENCE PANEL in cooperation with Applied Practice
Wed. 24.6.2020 20.00 to 21.30 Uhr20.00 to 21.30 Uhr
 
Alien Life: between brains, bacteria and matter ART/SCIENCE PANEL in cooperation with Applied Practice

image: Mirobial Cellulose Pigmentation, © MAEID — FutureRetrospectiveNarrative

Alien Life investigates novel approaches and practices that will lead to a new understanding of the relationships between people, machines, and living matter. All matter is part of the same world and forms an inseparable whole. Viewed from different perspectives, ideas about communication between people, their technologized environment, and living matter are discussed and linked to discourses about seemingly unrelated worlds.

Center Research Focus Departments Others Uncategorized Daniela Mitterberger, Tiziano Derme, Jens Hauser, Lucie Strecker, Margarete Jahrmann, Ray LC, Joanne Ting-Yu Hsu, Barbara Imhof
Octopus Programme 2020: The Rehearsal
A Collaborative Artist Book and A Logbook
 
Octopus Programme 2020: The Rehearsal A Collaborative Artist Book and A Logbook

Octopus Program 2020 presents two publications for the Applied Festival. As a guided research-based educational program, the Octopus Program encourages artistic research and production-based collaborations across academies and art institutions; students and professionals; various presentation modes; and processes of research and documentation in different geographies. As an initiative of the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and Kamel Lazaar Foundation in Tunis , the first chapter of the program is designed as a two-semester course “Spectral Encounters”. Led by Basak Senova , Visiting Professor at Art and Communication Practices and Barbara Putz-Plecko, Vice-Rector for Research and Diversity , it takes place both at ...

Departments Institute of Art Sciences and Art Education Art and Communication Practices Julia Stern | Sophia Bellouhassi Widmann | Younes Ben Slimane | Marwa Manai
Digital Art in Physical Space
Debate on the exhibition design of digital art installations
Wed. 24.6.2020 12.00 to 13.00 Uhr12.00 to 13.00 Uhr
 
Digital Art in Physical Space Debate on the exhibition design of digital art installations

The project Design & Innovation explores pressing social matters relating to the digital revolution. In an interdisciplinary design process, young artists (Vienna, Bratislava) developed digital interventions that were shown in the MAK. In their talk, Ruth Mateus-Berr, Ruth Schnell, and Marlies Wirth reflect on the potential of digital exhibitions. The project was funded by the EU programme INTERREG V-A Slovakia–Austria Design & Innovation. www.humanbymachine.com

Departments Institute of Art Sciences and Art Education Uncategorized Ruth Mateus-Berr, Ruth Schnell and Marlies Wirth – Design & Innovation
The Sill-Grill #2 with Sergio Patricio (Host) & Guests
Barbecue for Beginners
Thu. 25.6.2020 00.00 to 02.00 Uhr00.00 to 02.00 Uhr
 
The Sill-Grill #2 with Sergio Patricio (Host) & Guests Barbecue for Beginners

On three consecutive evenings, PhD students are invited to the “Sill Grill”: the kitchen as a live think tank for thresholds, transitions, and new beginnings. Here, dinner becomes an interactive multimedia event where ideas, materials, and food, etc., begin to circulate and become transformed. Lecture meets performance, art meets research, starters followed by main courses and des(s)ert. Late-night food for the brain!

Center Research Focus Departments Others Uncategorized Sergio Patricio (Host) & Guests
Art Goes Home
Tue. 23.6.2020 20.00 to 20.30 Uhr20.00 to 20.30 Uhr
 
Art Goes Home

Even better than art in a museum is art in your own living room. In the days around the Festival, students loan their works to friends and strangers alike, so they can be presented in their private spaces. The documentation shows not just the works but how they affect a person’s everyday life and sometimes also change it. In short interviews the artists and the borrowers share stories about what they have experienced.

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Painting & Animated Film Malerei und Animationsfilm
Co-Ability Design Practices
Matter and Mind in Disability
 
Co-Ability Design Practices Matter and Mind in Disability

The exhibition showcases design products and interim results developed in an interdisciplinary collaboration between students of the Angewandte and the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest. Students explored the relationship between art and design with a focus on the deconstruction of social norms; they also analysed the terms “ability” and “impairment” in order to identify positive values of impairment through theories of collaboration and applied design thinking.

Departments Institute of Art Sciences and Art Education Ruth Mateus-Berr with Sophie Bösker, Lisa Ebenstein, Julia Fromm, Anetta Luberda, Christine Weiler
2 m(inutes) distance
 
2 m(inutes) distance

Um in Zeiten digitaler Festivals und Ausstellungen künstlerische Aussagen nicht ausschließlich ins Virtuelle zu transferieren, haben wir im Projekt 2 m(inutes) distance einen konkreten Raum als kommunikative Schnittstelle für eine künstlerische Kollaboration gewählt. Eine systematische Abfolge von Interventionen, Performances und medialen Inszenierungen lässt im Alten Kino des Sandleitenhofs eine kollektive Installation entstehen. Die Arbeit ist ein Plädoyer für den Erhalt künstlerischer Vielstimmigkeit. In diesem Sinne versteht sich 2 m(inutes) distance als Versuchsanordnung zu der Frage, wie mit verordneten Beschränkungen umgegangen werden kann.

Artists: Rosa Anschütz, Hanna ...

Uncategorized
Channel Clayton – Listen in
Scientific Thesis Projects (master, diploma, and dissertation) and Research Reports from the Angewandte 2020
 
Channel Clayton – Listen in Scientific Thesis Projects (master, diploma, and dissertation) and Research Reports from the Angewandte 2020

This year, Channel Clayton switches to listening in: In various episodes of the podcast, authors report about their thesis work and the results of their scientific final projects, primarily from the Institute of Art Sciences and Art Education.

Departments Institute of Art Sciences and Art Education Students of Kulturwissenschaften
Digital Craftsmanship
Creative workshops for distance learning students
Thu. 25.6.2020 11.00 to 12.00 Uhr11.00 to 12.00 Uhr
 
Digital Craftsmanship Creative workshops for distance learning students

Student teachers in the Experimental Laboratory: Digital Craftsmanship course focus on analogue and digital techniques. The unusual conditions brought about by the imposition of coronavirus measures call for a radical rethink of what classes can be like in our digital world. Students were tasked with the development of distance learning concepts for digital art education. They will present their creative solutions to this problem in live workshops and invite others to join in.

Departments Institute of Art Sciences and Art Education Uncategorized C. Carli, V. Faißt, H. Katzenberger, J. Kniezinger, M. Mansour, S. Platzgummer, J. Schrems, L. Zepf Zentrum Didaktik für Kunst und interdisziplinären Unterricht
“Collective Learning / Collective Care”
The lecture series "Collective Learning / Collective Care" responds to our current mode of social distancing and distance learning in the light of a broader socio-political context regarding the value of Care Work and the realm of collective experience.
 
“Collective Learning / Collective Care” The lecture series "Collective Learning / Collective Care" responds to our current mode of social distancing and distance learning in the light of a broader socio-political context regarding the value of Care Work and the realm of collective experience.

As a result of the arrangements introduced to tackle Covid-19, some of us are experiencing social distancing, distance learning, separation and isolation in a number of environments, such as the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. At first glance, it might seem that one can talk about a “we”, “us”, even a collective experience, or go even further and think of a global collective. Drawing on my experience as a lecturer at the University of Applied Arts, however, I do not entirely agree with this viewpoint. At a time of drastic restrictions to individual freedom of movement in public ...

Departments Institute of Arts and Society Jeremy Wade (choreographer, performer, Berlin) Adam Feldmeth (artist, program director Southland Institute, Los Angeles) Kerstin Schrödinger (artist, filmmaker, Berlin) Silvia Federici (feminist writer, teacher and activist, New York)
NEUROMATIC GAME ART #3
Discursive reflection of the artistic research project //*Neuromatic Game Art: Critical Play with Neurointerfaces*//
Fri. 26.6.2020 20.30 to 21.00 Uhr20.30 to 21.00 Uhr
 
NEUROMATIC GAME ART #3 Discursive reflection of the artistic research project //*Neuromatic Game Art: Critical Play with Neurointerfaces*//

Thought condensation online.

Discussion of the project partners of the Neuromatic Research Group: Margarete Jahrmann, PI Artistic Research/ Neuromatic Game Art, Stefan Glasauer BTU Cottbus/ Computational Neurosciences and Ruth Schnell/ Digital Art, with examples from their practice, on Combat Science(s) and reflections on an emergent method of artistic research on neurointerfaces and experimental interfaces.

Starting point of the discussion is the duration performance series Neuromatic Brainwave Broadcasts by the artist Margarete Jahrmann and the neuroscientist Stefan Glasauer, weekly Live Online since Lockdown and Ongoing, beyond that as well as a comparison to installation performance ...

Center Research Focus Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Others Uncategorized Margarete Jahrmann, Ruth Schnell, Stefan Glasauer, Charlotta Ruth, Anna Dobrosovska, et.al.
ShortShorts
An anthology of films
 
ShortShorts An anthology of films

In a time when the tension between responsibilities and freedoms is quite evident, nine artists choose to take a look into a different direction and carefully analyse the impact that COVID-19 brought upon their practices. Whether it is the relationship to other beings or how to transform one’s memories, these artists reflect on the conditions to which they have been exposed to, looking at their own, navel-gazing, from isolation.

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art TransArts Oliver Alunovic, Christopher Friess
, Margareta Klose
, Luzie Kork
, Marlene Lahmer, Roberta Lazo, 
Lola Pfeifer
, Kai Trausenegger
, Ramiro Wong
 (all from the TransArts department)
Isolation, Suffering, and The Divine Idea
Thu. 25.6.2020 15.30 to 16.00 Uhr15.30 to 16.00 Uhr
 
Isolation, Suffering, and The Divine Idea

kkp Performance Lab, Konzept/Performance: Derrick Ryan Mitchell (Saint Genet)

with Robert Wilson

Art and Communication Practices Departments Design, Architecture and Environment for Art Education Institute of Art Sciences and Art Education Textiles - Free, Applied and Experimental Artistic Design Derrick Ryan Mitchell, Hermes Phettberg, Robert Wilson, Marilies Jagsch, Daniel Partke
Productive Interruption II
An Exhibition by TransArts – Transdisciplinary Art
 
Productive Interruption II An Exhibition by TransArts – Transdisciplinary Art

An interruption describes a break, a pause in all production for a finite period of time. So the term implies: Afterwards, it gets going once again! How can such a pause, a stop in something you intended to do, be productive, when you have been stopped from completing what you were doing? And what if I have to start over and over again, like Sisyphus, each time re-ordering my thoughts, and as soon as I have got it together, a small but boisterous voice calls from around the corner: “Mom, I’m finished!”

The art lies in ...

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art TransArts Aral Cimcim, Binta Diallo, Annika Eschmann, Elnaz Haghghi, Anna Hostek, Lim Jang, Margareta Klose, Luzie Kork, Nazanin Mehraein, Michael Pöllinger, Eva Rybářová, Hector Schofield, Huda Takriti, Ramiro Wong – and further artists of TransArts
Decent Work in Art: The Sustainable Development Goals Revisited
Fri. 26.6.2020 11.15 to 12.00 Uhr11.15 to 12.00 Uhr
 
Decent Work in Art: The Sustainable Development Goals Revisited

Decent Work in Art is a digital tour that enables visitors to explore aspects of the UN’s sustainability goals through artworks. It is centred on selected works by students that focus on the SDG 8 (Sustainable Development Goal 8 promotes sustained, inclusive, and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment, and decent work for all) – a goal that is explored in detail by the Angewandte’s UniNEtZ project. In order to rhizomatically expand the artistic input to the topics, the tour will at times leave the digital festival to visit other institutions.

Uncategorized Ulrike Payerhofer and Lisa-Marie Weidl, UniNEtZ
Keynote: Biomediality and Microperformativity
Art, Agency, and Animation in Times of Wetware
Wed. 24.6.2020 19.00 to 19.30 Uhr19.00 to 19.30 Uhr
 
Keynote: Biomediality and Microperformativity Art, Agency, and Animation in Times of Wetware

image: Plantas Autofotosintéticas by Gilberto Esparza, installation view from the OU\ /ERT exhibition (Bourges 2019), @ Axel Heise

 

Curator and theorist Jens Hauser explores the interaction of art and technology in relation to the transhistorical staging of “vitality”, including the use of bio(techno)logical media in art. He is currently working with Lucie Strecker on a special edition of the journal Performance Research entitled “On Microperformativity”. This keynote is part of the research project “Co-Corporeality”.

Uncategorized Jens Hauser im Rahmen der Konferenz „Alien Life: between brains, bacteria and matter“
Angewandte Festival × Donaufestival
Tue. 23.6.2020 21.00 to 23.59 Uhr21.00 to 23.59 Uhr
 
Angewandte Festival × Donaufestival

The donaufestival in Krems represents an annual highlight in the contemporary art and music scene on an international level and its programme often has close ties with the Angewandte. Due to this year’s cancellation of the festival, the cooperation manifests in alternate.mode; the joint curation picks up on the musical talents of the students and presents the artists Conny Frischauf and Geier aus Stahl, each in the form of a live act, and Paul Ebhart as DJ.

Uncategorized Conny Frischauf and Geier aus Stahl LIVE, Paul Ebhart DJ-Set
The Sill-Grill #3 with Leonie Licht (Host) & Guests
Fri. 26.6.2020 00.00 to 02.00 Uhr00.00 to 02.00 Uhr
 
The Sill-Grill #3 with Leonie Licht (Host) & Guests

On three consecutive evenings, PhD students are invited to the “Sill Grill”: the kitchen as a live think tank for thresholds, transitions, and new beginnings. Here, dinner becomes an interactive multimedia event where ideas, materials, and food, etc., begin to circulate and become transformed. Lecture meets performance, art meets research, starters followed by main courses and des(s)ert. Late-night food for the brain!

Center Research Focus Departments Others Uncategorized Leonie Licht (Host) & Guests
VZA7
 
digital only
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Off Image
 
Off Image

Malerei ist eine Form des Bildermachens, in welcher das Original als Unikat eine wesentliche Rolle spielt. Ist der Zugang zu diesem nicht möglich, sucht sich diese Hilfe von Text, Fotografie und Film. OFF IMAGE ist ein virtueller Ausstellungsort, der von einer realen Ausstellung erzählt. Diese beschäftigt sich mit Malerei und wie sie durch andere Medien ins Internet kommt.

Die Erzählung der Ausstellung begann online am 29. April und findet ihre physische Finissage am 26. Juni In den Räumen von LOFFICE in der Schottenfeldgasse 85.

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Painting & Animated Film Uncategorized Lukas Dworschak Twan Geissberger Verena Gotthardt Emma Kling Lorenz Kunath Haim Levac Amelie Schloegelhofer Idan Sitbon
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
ALPHABET spring 2020
 
ALPHABET spring 2020

During the lockdown, students of the department of applied photography and time-based media developed a photographic alphabet. The limited working space was examined, deciphered, manipulated and translated into (photographic) letters and numbers.

The result is a common pictorial script that challenges the contemplation of the everyday but also refers to the individual situations in isolation.

The relationship between motif, text and semiotic, visual language and typeface are experimentally shifted by the actual use as a writing tool – TYPE A PHOTO EDITORIAL.

Watch out also in public space!

Prof. Maria Ziegelböck, ...

Applied Photography and Time-Based Media Departments Institute of Design
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Social Design Reception Box
 
Social Design Reception Box

“Your package has arrived! Unfortunately, the Social Design Studio could not meet you in person. But your package is ready to be picked up at the reception box between 23 and 26 June.” You can also pick up impressions of projects that were realised in the Social Design Studio in 2019 and 2020 – in times of raging standstill.

Departments Institute of Arts and Society Social Design – Arts as Urban Innovation Social Design
Social
Design
Empfangsbox
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Virtual No Man’s Land. Abandoned Civilisation. What’s at Home?
A poster series in public space by graduates of the Department of Transmedia Art
 
Virtual No Man’s Land. Abandoned Civilisation. What’s at Home? A poster series in public space by graduates of the Department of Transmedia Art

“The aim and mission of the Museum of the Future is the deployment or re-deployment of public space or moments of public space in the public institution. … The Museum of the Future will be a place to encounter art, philosophy and poetry. There will be no space for the ‘exclusive’, the consumable, for glamour, fashion, for what favors pleasing and consensual ‘cultural’ activities.” Thomas Hirschhorn, Das Museum der Zukunft, Ein Manifest von Thomas Hirschhorn, in Kunstforum International

The project emphasises the importance of public space. Especially in the current pandemic, where art is looking for new forms ...

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Transmedia Art Ida Bö., Tobias Ehrhardt, Bob Erpelding, Thekla Kaischauri, Gašper Kunšič, Marianne Stålhös, Sarah Steiner, Suchart Wannaset
Kunsthalle
Project
Wall
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
remote sandbox
The Department of Digital Arts at the Angewandte Festival 2020
 
remote sandbox The Department of Digital Arts at the Angewandte Festival 2020

The Department of Digital Arts/Ruth Schnell is a site of artistic education and research, where new fields of practice are explored with a critical approach to technologies that shape our perception and understanding of reality.

The primary objectives of the 2020 summer semester at the Department of Digital Arts were to develop hybrid formats, investigate the mechanisms and effects of dislocated networked environments, and to perform artistic-experimental design and production processes via co-presence in cyberspace, in the absence of a shared physical and haptic space.

For the Angewandte Festival 2020, participants developed corresponding presentation formats – from ...

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Sara Anzola D´Andrea, Manuel Cyrill Bachinger, Hanna Besenhard, Lucy Carrick, Aral Cimcim, Ferdinand Doblhammer, Marian Essl, Ulrich Formann, Kilian Hanappi, Thomas Hochwallner, Jakob Hütter, Anton Iakhontov, Bi-in Jin, Haris Kahriman, Johannes Krumböck, Hanna Mikosch, Isabelle Orsini-Rosenberg, Azalea Ortega, David Osthoff, Vasiliki Papadopoulou, Elisa Pezza, Sebastian Pfeifhofer, Luca Sabot, Jakob Schauer, Hans Schmidt, Patryk Senwicki, Verena Tscherner, Anastasia Voloshina, Agnieszka Zagraba, u. a. Artistic guidance: Stefano D´Alessio, Thomas Felder, Klaus Filip, Johannes Hucek, Nicolaj Kirisits, Martin Kusch, Marie-Claude Poulin, Ulla Rauter, Patrícia Reis, Ruth Schnell, Rini Tandon
remote sandbox: Distances Sound
A collaborative multi-channel sound sculpture
 
remote sandbox: Distances Sound A collaborative multi-channel sound sculpture

Starting with the question of how multi-channel sound structures and acoustic spaces interact, students from the Department of Digital Arts in the courses Digital Sound & Voice 3 and 4 held by Thomas Felder explore options of sculptural and installative interpretations of a band.

One electronic and four acoustic instruments are played by air compressors and servomotors in such a way that the instruments – whose sonority is limited due to the motorised control mechanisms – attain a completely different sound quality.

A specially written score, which controls the motors via MIDI and Arduino, frees the instruments from their ...

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Sara Anzola D’Andrea, Manuel Cyrill Bachinger, Kilian Hanappi, Anton Iakhontov, Isabelle Orsini-Rosenberg, Luca Sabot. Artistic guidance: Thomas Felder
SCHAURAUM
Angewandte
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Wetland Paths
Thu. 25.6.2020 13.30 to 14.30 Uhr13.30 to 14.30 Uhr
 
Wetland Paths

We visit the two Danube wetlands honey beekeepers Petra and Theresa Dirtl in the “Grüner Daumen” community garden in the Lobau, and afterwards take a stroll into the Donau-Auen National Park. Examining the beehive, we learn interesting and curious things about the bees. The hike is open ended – what will we encounter in the riparian forest?

Departments Graphics and Advertising Institute of Design Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Katja Hasenöhrl (Alumni of Grafik und Werbung) with Petra und Theresa Dirtl (beekeepers)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Staying in Dialogue: Making Collaboration
 
Staying in Dialogue: Making Collaboration

This new contrary is poiesis creature. Thought language and thinking with urine. Whisper humans, we suggest agents question forming this group. Gathering earthbound, thinking extinction collectively. We again, some Chthulucene from detachment. Biology ruins this storytelling chance. Discussing is seeing within. It rethinks too. The reworking engagement relates one’s entities? Going off generative act, a new play mentioned out and inside a word to participants of situated offers, shared time-chain of trouble collectives. Mourning them, making ethical, building a common string to head tentacular storytelling?

To begin: an Earth is a participant. Dialogues’ pattern, producing to ...

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Site Specific Art Florian Berger, Christian Wodstrup Christiansen, Pauline Hosse-Hartmann, Ivana Lazić, Christina Noitzmüller, Sissi Petutschnig, Elisa Pezza, Michael Plessl, Roman Prostejovsky, Judith Raupp, Raphael Reichl, Johanna Tinzl, Ida Zahradnik, and Ella Zwatz
Da Ta
 
Da Ta

In Lawrence Webb’s book The Cinema of the Urban Crisis, architect Michael Sorkin cites the cadavre exquis, a collaborative drawing game invented by the Surrealists, as the perfect representation of urban space – “the city: our greatest, most out of control collective artefact”. To that effect, Aldo Rossi also points to the psychological experiences of a collective universe that constitute the basis of cities. Like cinema, perhaps, the city is seen as a formal expression of the relationship between individual and collective consciousness; both structure and ruin, the city is a manifestation of collective social production.

Da ...

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Sculpture and Space Raphael Pohl, Lisa Sifkovits, Magdalena Stückler, Sophie Csenar & Selma Klima, Fiona Haderer, Georg Holzmann, Anna Hostek, Gabriel Huth, Gea Kalkhof, Nicholas Loibl, Luize Nezberte, Sarah Pleier
Staying in Dialogue: Making Collaboration
What does collaborative working mean to artists, how do joint processes develop, how do collectives form? In “Staying in Dialogue: Making Collaboration,” a course taught by Johanna Tinzl, students at the University of Applied Arts Vienna discussed these questions against the backdrop of readings by Donna Haraway and Rosi Braidotti. This gave rise to tentacular practices and a collective project. Themes such as “making kin between species” (Haraway), Posthumanism (Braidotti), compost and collective working were examined critically, a compilation of the read texts and found footage was created, reassembled, and translated into other formats. The result is this performance that can be seen via live stream here: A virtual, collective collage using DJing and VJing strategies. In the spirit of Haraway’s “Sowing Worlds” the performance uncovers curious practices of storytelling, imagination, resistance, and worlding.
Fri. 26.6.2020 20.00 to 20.30 Uhr20.00 to 20.30 Uhr
 
Staying in Dialogue: Making Collaboration What does collaborative working mean to artists, how do joint processes develop, how do collectives form? In “Staying in Dialogue: Making Collaboration,” a course taught by Johanna Tinzl, students at the University of Applied Arts Vienna discussed these questions against the backdrop of readings by Donna Haraway and Rosi Braidotti. This gave rise to tentacular practices and a collective project. Themes such as “making kin between species” (Haraway), Posthumanism (Braidotti), compost and collective working were examined critically, a compilation of the read texts and found footage was created, reassembled, and translated into other formats. The result is this performance that can be seen via live stream here: A virtual, collective collage using DJing and VJing strategies. In the spirit of Haraway’s “Sowing Worlds” the performance uncovers curious practices of storytelling, imagination, resistance, and worlding. Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Site Specific Art Florian Berger, Christian Wodstrup Christiansen, Pauline Hosse-Hartmann, Ivana Lazić, Christina Noitzmüller, Sissi Petutschnig, Elisa Pezza, Michael Plessl, Roman Prostejovsky, Judith Raupp, Raphael Reichl, Johanna Tinzl, Ida Zahradnik, and Ella Zwatz.
Annex
Paulusplatz
 
digital only
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
remote sandbox: Telezipation
Interactive video installation, 2020
 
remote sandbox: Telezipation Interactive video installation, 2020

“Telezipation”, which translates as “distance participation” is a play on the words “tele” (Greek for distant) and “participation” (Latin origin). In his article “Virus, Virality, Virtuality” Peter Weibel writes about the emergence of the first long-distance society in human history. During the recent pandemic, many business premises had to be closed temporarily or entirely. Can the installation transform these places into sites of encounters through long-distance participation of individuals in the form of their left-behind shadows? Supervisors: Rini Tandon, Martin Kusch

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Verena Tscherner
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
abscond
3D animation, 2020, summer semester Diploma Degree project
 
abscond 3D animation, 2020, summer semester Diploma Degree project

The work investigates aspects of time, space, position, and perspective through experimental montage techniques, cinematic tropes, and 3D camera tracking. “abscond” is a summer semester 2020 Diploma Degree project.

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Thomas Hochwallner
remote sandbox: The size of a drone, Ephemeral Borders
Augmented-Reality-Arbeiten, 2020
 
remote sandbox: The size of a drone, Ephemeral Borders Augmented-Reality-Arbeiten, 2020

Die Auswirkungen abstrakter Prozesse auf die Wirklichkeit sind für uns nur schwer zu fassen. “The size of a drone” platziert eine MQ-9 Reaper-Drohne – eine der gebräuchlichsten Waffen in aktuellen militärischen Konflikten – in Privaträume. Die Drohne wird greifbar und real. Eine tödliche Waffe, im Dazwischen positioniert, wartet auf ihre Beute.

Grenzen sind ephemer. Im Zaun manifestiert sich das Konzept der Trennung, einer imaginären menschlichen Konstruktion. “Ephemeral Borders” errichtet Grenzen, die nicht real sind. Wir sind für unsere Grenzen verantwortlich.

Departments Digital Arts Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Ferdinand Doblhammer, Patryk Senwicki
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
HØLIDAY
 
HØLIDAY

„Geschmack des Salzes, Geschmack des Meeres, ein leicht bitterer Geschmack von etwas Verlorenem, von Dingen, zurückgelassen in einer anderen Welt, anders als hier.“ – Gino Paoli

1963 schrieb Gino Paoli den Sommerhit „Sapore die sale“, in dem er einen typischen Tag am Strand besingt. Er beschrieb diesen als: „… die momentane Abwesenheit gefestigter Gepflogenheiten“. „Høliday“ geht von einem Archivbild des Meeres aus. Dieses wird mit dem Photo eines Smartphones kombiniert, abgebildet auf dessen Screen findet sich die vertraute Textur eines weltbekannten Unternehmens.

Das Bild des Meeres erweckt ein kalkuliertes Gefühl der Beschaulichkeit, spielt mit unseren ...

Departments Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art Transmedia Art Francesca Centonze
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars
Tue. 23.6.2020 18.45 to 19.30 Uhr18.45 to 19.30 Uhr
 
23 Districts, 23 Advertising Pillars

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is a social body. Never before has this become so clear and tangible as in corona times, where we have shifted all forms of communication and encounters into the digital realm. The Angewandte Festival 2020 responds to this special situation and heads for the net – into digital networks and into an analogue network of artistic contributions by students in public space: on poster walls, gaps between buildings, and on 23 advertising pillars in the 23 districts of the city of Vienna.

Uncategorized Angewandte Festivalteam with 23 departments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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