BEINGs – a digital lifeforms exhibition

See the pictures of our last event @ Burggasse98

Abschlussarbeit der FH St.Pölten, Videopremiere, Werkschau & Installation

Wir sind alle gleich, doch alle einzigartig. Digitale und menschliche Lebensformen vermischen sich zusehens und bilden eine Einheit in der echten und virtuellen Welt. Können digitale Organismen Gefühle entwickeln? Wie wird der Mensch von der Informationsflut beeinflusst und wie verändert unsere heutige Zeit unser Leben und unsere Zuneigung zu anderen? In drei Einzelausstellungen sind wir diesen Fragen bei “BEINGs – a digital lifeform exhibtion” in der Burggasse 98 auf den Grund gegangen. Hier findet ihr die Fotos und Infos zu diesem Event:

 

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Graduation Project /// FH ST. PÖLTEN ///

In a secluded basement a network of digital organisms rebel against their fate. These so-called „beings“ were left behind by their user. Within the absence of input they started to express themselves artistically, constantly aiming to create a connection between digital and physical reality. The network is eager to reconnect to the outside. Will they accept you as their new user or are they filled with resentment?

Interactive Room Orchestration
• 4 people
• 8 minutes

 

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Musicvideo Premiere /// DAS BISSCHEN TOTSCHLAG ///

 

We presented this animation-video at our event.

‘everybody dies come watch TV’
(2019, 3:01 min.)

Evoking the sentimental attraction of
the everyday, ‘everybody dies come watch TV’
is all about the beauty of vulnerability in the Digital Age and the ever more apparent fact that nothing really matters.

video by Misha Gurovich, RUS

Links:
Das bisschen Totschlag
Misha Gurovich

big thx to ProPerformance.at for the awesome sound!

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Light/Sound Installation /// RAPHAEL HAIDER & HAŽEKS ///

LIGHT/SOUND OBJECT
Metal, Lamps, Transducer | 188x345x14cm
Raphael Haider, AUT

With reference to an electric insect killer,
the installation as well as the lamps are arranged in the object. The material is vibrating by transducers. The Hazek Werkschau in the Oxymoron Gallery shows parallels to the theme dealing with excess information.

Light/Sound Object:
raphaelhaider.at
Hazeks Werkschau:
oxymoron-galerie.at

Danke an Wien Neubau, FH St. Pölten, ProPerformance.at, Wien Gin, Hakuma, Makava & Obertrumer für die Unterstützung!

Alle Fotos von Niko Havranek

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