Between November 13. to 19. the CYNETART festival invited to diverse spaces under one roof, where we, together with musically birds, clever organised ants, performance artists, a virtual intelligence and a holographic avatar system got together in the Festspielhaus Hellerau in the North of Dresden. > Read More.

quick jump menue: AV Shows/Clubbing, Award Winner Exhibition, Fulldome, Gallery, Metamusic, Nigredo, Performances, Supporters, Video Night

CYNETART-Ausstellung 2014

Festspielhaus Hellerau


With quite a spread: interfaces between species, interactive radio, new forms of communication, ants & videogames, surveillance and many more the CYNETART exhibition presents during six days selected works from this year's competition.

> details under Exhibition

Myconnect at CYNETART

»MR 808«


by Moritz Simon Geist
Installation / Performance
Festspielhaus Hellerau

Moritz Simon Geist, who played at Ars Electronica just some days ago, again honors us with his music robot 808, which visitors this time can reprogram with their devices. And at the final festival day, he will invite friends to an open performance.

> details under A\V/Shows

MR 808 at CYNETART

European Mobile Dome Lab

Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall

During five nights one can hang out under an all around projected hemisphere in the Great Hall, to see the Fulldome works by international artists. Likewise a planetarium one will be surrounded by sound and image in 360°. One can see workshop results of the artists who take part in the EMDL workshop.

> details under EMDL
> Flyer

»Nigredo«

by Marco Donnarumma & Marije Baalman
Festspielhaus Hellerau, music chamber

Developed at the institution STEIM the private installation invites guests individually to an intensive 8 minutes experience. Some may Marco Donnarumma's art know from last year's CYNETART festival already. Similar in intensity, but more direct and personal it is said to be during his performance Nigredo. An outstanding experience of temporary alteration.

> details under Nigredo

Nigredo - German premiere at CYNETART

»THÆTA«

Tanzperformance by StratoFyzika
Festspielhaus Hellerau

Short but intense the audiovisual dance performance issues during two nights the in boundaries to dreams laying strata of subconsciousness, light and dark looming to an equilibrium during the research of ego processes.

„Diese Veranstaltung wird ermöglicht durch das NATIONALE PERFORMANCE NETZ im Rahmen der Gastspielförderung Tanz aus Mitteln des Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien sowie der Kultur- und Kunstministerien der Länder.“

> details under Performances

THÆTA at CYNETART

microscope session 2014

clubbing night
Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall

LIVE: Ghost Radio, Anaxy, Cyclotron
inroom overhead video installation:
SUN DRAWING WATER by CARLA CHAN HO CHOI (HK)
Visuals: VideoJam im 360° Fulldome

Samstag, 15. November, 23 Uhr

> details under AV/Shows
> Listen + download
> Flyer

microscope session at CYNETART 2014

CYNETART_PANORAMA


Curated by Nadine Bors

venue: Motorenhalle

Nadine Bors presents a selection of movies, that catched her eyes during this years CYNETART competition. With a thematic spread, as usual the day before the festival, the two hour long screening will show international works while the entrance to the Motorenhalle will be free.

> details under PANORAMA

CYNETART PANORAMA 2014
Next
Do/Thu
13.Nov
8pm
Opening & award ceremony 2014
Great Hall, Festspielhaus Hellerau
5/3 € incl. exhibition + performances
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8pm - 11pm
CYNETART exhibition - Vernissage
Festspielhaus Hellerau
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»Nigredo«
private installation
by Marco Donnarumma & Marije Baalman
duration 8 minutes per visitor
please enroll at location

Festspielhaus Hellerau, Musikzimmer
entry fee see opening
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9pm 30
»HOLOstage« intro Performance:
Johanna Roggan sound costume dance
(DAP Lab London)

Festspielhaus Hellerau
entry fee see opening
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10pm
Aftershow Lounge
with
fabian leuchtmann (high finesse)
+
albreax (sub sickness)
im Bon Voyage, Louisenstraße 77,
Dresden-Neustadt

free entry

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Fr/Fri
14.Nov

2pm - 11pm
CYNETART exhibition
Festspielhaus Hellerau
5€ / 3€
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»Nigredo«
private installation
by Marco Donnarumma & Marije Baalman
duration 8 minutes per visitor
please enroll at location

Festspielhaus Hellerau, Musikzimmer
entry with exhibition ticket
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2pm - 6pm
EMDL Workshop I
Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall
not public

6pm
CYNAL artists talk
Moderation: Denise Ackermann
Festspielhaus Hellerau, Dalcroze Saal
entry with exhibition ticket
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8pm
»THÆTA«
Performance by StratoFyzika
Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall
12€ / 8€ incl. exhibition
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8pm 30
»HOLOstage« Performance:
Festspielhaus Hellerau
entry with exhibition ticket
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9pm
European Mobile Dome Lab:
workshop presentations

Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall, Hemisphere
entry with exhibition ticket
> Details under EMDL
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11pm
Berlin Current presents
OAKE live & Moon Wheel live

Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall
12€ / 8€ (order tickets)
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11pm - 2am
ICAS Radio extended
Live from Festspielhaus Hellerau
onlinestream & live at ORF
> Details under ICAS Radio
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Sam/Sat
15.Nov
2pm - 11pm
CYNETART exhibition
Festspielhaus Hellerau
5€ / 3€
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2pm - 11pm
»Nigredo«
private installation
by Marco Donnarumma & Marije Baalman
duration 8 minutes per visitor
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Festspielhaus Hellerau, Musikzimmer
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2pm - 6pm
EMDL Workshop I
Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall
not public

4pm
»metamusic« CONCERT
Human-Animal-Machine-Performance by alien productions
Festspielhaus Hellerau, Green Salon
entry with exhibition ticket
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8pm
»THÆTA«
Performance by StratoFyzika
Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall
12€ / 8€ incl. exhibition
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8pm 30
»HOLOstage« Performance:
Festspielhaus Hellerau
entry with exhibition ticket
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9pm
European Mobile Dome Lab:
workshop presentations

Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall, Hemisphere
entry with exhibition ticket
> Details under EMDL
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11pm
microscope session
Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall, Hemisphere
12€ / 8€ (order tickets)
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Son/Sun
16.Nov
4pm
»metamusic« CONCERT
Human-Animal-Machine-Performance by alien productions
Festspielhaus Hellerau, Green Salon
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11am - 6pm
CYNETART exhibition
Festspielhaus Hellerau
5€ / 3€
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11am - 6pm
»Nigredo«
private installation
by Marco Donnarumma & Marije Baalman
duration 8 minutes per visitor
please enroll at location

Festspielhaus Hellerau, Musikzimmer
entry with exhibition ticket
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6 & 7pm
European Mobile Dome Lab:
workshop presentations

Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall, Hemisphere
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Mo
17.Nov



A day to rest
Die/Tue
18.Nov
2pm - 11pm
CYNETART exhibition
Festspielhaus Hellerau
5€ / 3€
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2pm - 11pm
»Nigredo«
private installation
by Marco Donnarumma & Marije Baalman
duration 8 minutes per visitor
please enroll at location

Festspielhaus Hellerau, Musikzimmer
entry with exhibition ticket
> details under Nigredo
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3pm
»metamusic« CONCERT
Human-Animal-Machine-Performance by alien productions
Festspielhaus Hellerau, Green Salon
entry with exhibition ticket
> details under Metamusic
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6pm
TMA Will
Festspielhaus Hellerau
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8 & 9pm
European Mobile Dome Lab:
workshop presentations

Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall, Hemisphere
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Mi/Wed
19.Nov
11am - 6pm
CYNETART exhibition
Festspielhaus Hellerau
5€ / 3€
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11am - 6pm
»Nigredo«
private installation
by Marco Donnarumma & Marije Baalman
duration 8 minutes per visitor
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Festspielhaus Hellerau, Musikzimmer
entry with exhibition ticket
> details under Nigredo
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3pm
»metamusic« CONCERT
Human-Animal-Machine-Performance by alien productions
Festspielhaus Hellerau, Green Salon
entry with exhibition ticket
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4pm
Moritz Simon Geist & friends
»sonic robots wanna have fun«-KONZERT

Festspielhaus Hellerau, Dalcroze-Saal
entry with exhibition ticket
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6 & 7pm
European Mobile Dome Lab:
workshop presentations

Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall, Hemisphere
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CY NET ART Exhibition

Showing works by:

humane after people (Ivor Diosi & Darija Czibulka)
Saša Spačal / Mirjan Švagelj / Anil Podgornik
Chiara Esposito
Robert Verch / Eva Olivin
Kuai Shen
Martin Howse
Katharina Groß
alien productions
Jo Siamon Salich
Lucie Freynhagen
Ernst Markus Stein
Moritz Simon Geist
Open 13th - 19th of November 2014
Mondays closed

Venue: Festspielhaus Hellerau
5/3€ (free if you buy an event ticket)


THU 13th of November, 8pm - 11pm
FRI 14th of November, 2pm - 11pm
SAT 15th of November, 2pm - 11pm
SUN 16th of November, 11am - 6pm
Monday: closed
TUE 18th of November, 2pm - 11pm
WED 19th of November, 11am - 6pm

  • humane after people
    Ivor Diosi & Darija Czibulka
    »
    Molding the Signifier«


    »Molding the Signifier« is an interdisciplinary project on the intersections of art, cybernetics, ecology, linguistics and biology.

    > https://vimeo.com/ivr/moldingthesignifier
  • Chiara Esposito
    »
    Sometimes a Plant Dreams of Flying«


    An interface enables a plant to "control" a body extension: a small flying device.

    > www.chiaraesposito.it
  • Saša Spačal, Mirjan Švagelj, Anil Podgornik
    »
    Myconnect«


    Myconnect is an interspecies connector that emerged as an aspiration to enable human beings to transgress their own species.

    > Trailer
    > projectmyconnect.wordpress.com
  • Robert Verch/Eva Olivin
    »
    THERE’S SO MUCH TO DO – LET’S JUST LEAVE. [The Investigation]«


    Dense Ivy has worked its way up to the third floor and almost completely conquered the windows of a two-room apartment in Chemnitz. Its resident remains untraceable for years. Various personal legacies have been salvaged from the forgotten private rooms during the investigation. A panoramic documentation of 360° allows CYNETART visitors now the virtual investigation of Mr. U's flat.
    Why would someone simply leave their home behind like this?

    > www.dieuntersuchung.de


  • Kuai Shen
    »
    Playing with Ants & other Insects«


    Interactive video game installation exploring aspects of interaction of ants and other insects.

    > http://kuaishen.tv/PWA&OI_2012.pdf

  • Martin Howse
    »
    Sketches toward an Earth Computer«


    The earth computer proposes the bootstrapping of a long-term, visible computational device self-constructed solely from the earth, and embedded within the earth as a critical monument to human technology.

    > www.1010.co.uk/org/earthcode.html


  • Katharina Groß
    »
    Der unsichtbare Faden«


    »The invisible thread« (2006 - 2014) is a web-based, interactive and non-linear narration and research on consciousness or civilization.

    > www.derunsichtbarefaden.de

  • Lucie Freynhagen
    »
    COMPUTER BASED ART (2014)«


    The work “COMPUTER BASED ART (2014)" is conceived as an artistic manipulated artefact for a future posterity.


  • Moritz Simon Geist
    »
    MR-808 interactive - Installation«


    Play or reprogramm a huge musical robot instrument collaboratively using your smart devices.

    > www.sonicrobots.com

  • Ernst Markus Stein
    »
    DIY Church Radio«


    Lounge communication radio atmosphere which invites to take part. Do it yourself!

    > www.diychurch.org
  • alien productions
    »
    metamusic«


    Animals meet humans in an interactive quadrophonic concert issuing zoo animals captivity and creative breakout.

    > > Details & Credits


  • Jo Siamon Salich
    »
    HOLOstage«


    Finally some holographic real time own body avatars to perceive and to deal with.

    > > Details & Credits



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CYNETART performances


  • »THÆTA«

    - StratoFyzika

    THÆTA - StratoFyzika


    audiovisual dance performance

    On the edge of dreams »THÆTA« issues light and shadow of subconscious ego processes seeking theta waves in a borderland state.

    www.stratofyzika.com/THATA

    FRI 14th of November
    12€ /8€ (Order with Reservix)

    SAT 15th of November
    12€ /8€ (Order with Reservix)

    8pm
    Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall
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    „Diese Veranstaltung wird ermöglicht durch das NATIONALE PERFORMANCE NETZ im Rahmen der Gastspielförderung Tanz aus Mitteln des Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien sowie der Kultur- und Kunstministerien der Länder.“


  • »metamusic«

    - alien productions


    inter species concert

    Animals meet humans in an interactive quadrophonic concert issuing zoo animals captivity and creative breakout.


    Details siehe Metamusic

    SAT 15th November
    SUN 16th November
    4pm
    WED 19th November
    3pm
    Festspielhaus Hellerau, Green Salon
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  • »HOLOstage«

    Jo Siamon Salich

    Performance

    Finally some holographic real time own body avatars to perceive and to deal with.
    I
    THU 13th of November
    9.30 pm
    included in exhibition ticket
    II
    FRI 14th of November
    8.30 pm
    included in exhibition ticket
    III
    SAT 15th of November
    8.30 pm
    included in exhibition ticket
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    > Details under HOLOstage



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  • microscope session
    @ CYNETART 2014

    Back on Top: the series of events for electronic music and its visual aesthetic. One night A/V intensity.

    > Flyer
    > Soundcloud preview playlist

    LIVE:
    Ghost Radio, Anaxy, Cyclotron

    inroom overhead video installation:
    SUN DRAWING WATER
    by CARLA CHAN HO CHOI (HK)
    Visuals: VideoJam im 360° Fulldome

    Inside the Great Hall of the Festspielhaus Hellerau

    SAT 15. NOV
    12 €/ 8 € reduced (Order tickets)
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    Ghost Radio is the musician behind many of the works of the famous theater compagnie Derevo and other stage pieces. At last years CYNETART his sound was part of the installation EmotiCAM. His latest online release was published at Phonocake. > DIWAN

    Anaxy constantly explores his electronic music between dark and emotional and cold and rhythmic. He is an ongoing member of Dresden's electronic underground from the beginning. One of his latest releases appeared at Sleepy City net label. > ZÄHLWERK

    Cyclotron will bring his new old equipment to the stage. He is the master of sampling, discrete fun and nice synth action. Besides he loves old Jazz records.
    > POST MODEM

    SUN DRAWING WATER is a video installation that simulates the rhythmic interplay between the glowing sun and floating clouds. We often perceive natural light as moving despite the fact that sunlight is always coming from a fixed point in space. SUN attempts to recreate this experience by playing with the intertwining movement between projected light and animated clouds in an enclosed room filled with smoke. The light, generated by the video projector, pierces through the animated clouds as reflected on a special translucent screen produces a feeling of physical movement in an otherwise motionless environment. The poetic interplay among light, shadow and smoke both surprises and disorients, producing an optical experience that encompass a sculptural and tactile quality that both touches the body and mind.
    > VIDEO PREVIEW
  • BERLIN CURRENT presents

    OAKE & Moon Wheel



    LIVE at CYNETART 2014

    FRI 14th of November, 11pm
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    Venue: Festspielhaus Hellerau, Great Hall
    12€ / 8€ (Order tickets)

    OAKE and Moon Wheel


    Adventurous sounds and musics by emerging artists from Berlin.

    Moon Wheel is the independent project of Swedish artist and self-taught musician, Olle Holmberg. Increasingly prolific and active on the Berlin scene, Holmberg has started turning heads locally and abroad through his finely-crafted and constantly evolving productions.

    OAKE is emerging Berlin duo Eric and Bathseba, who together alchemize their own variant of dark, atmospheric techno inspired by British post-Industrial acts and the occult. Citing Coil and Nurse With Wound as influences, OAKE’s ominous, decaying soundscapes are cut through with stuttering, hypnotic percussion and sibylline vocals.

    listen sound previews in the CYNETART 2014 playlist

    Berlin Current is a collaborative initiative from CTM Festival, Berghain, Boiler Room Berlin, BLN.FM, No Fear of Pop, and ICAS. Sponsored by the Musicboard Berlin.

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    Links:

    > OAKE web
    > www.moonwheel.org
    > Berlin Current




  • Moritz Simon Geist & friends

    »sonic robots wanna have fun«

    KONZERT
     steampunk | robots | DIY

    Festspielhaus Hellerau, Dalcroze-Saal
    WED 19th - 4pm
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    BYOD & smart devices. Bring fun to the mecha music robots. Program it to life. Instruments at site or bring your gear: synths, circuit bends & - of course - robots. : D
    > http://sonicrobots.com
    > Interview @ DCTP.tv

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workshop presentations
Fulldome, Immersion, 360°-Projektion         Ort: Festspielhaus Hellerau, Hemisphere in the Great Hall        enter with exhibition ticket


  • FR 14th of November 9pm & 10pm
    SAT 15th of November 9pm & 10pm
    SUN 16th of November 6pm & 7pm
    TUE 18th of November 8pm & 9pm
    WED 19th of November 6pm & 7pm

    Programme details will be added in the next weeks.
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    Further Information on EMDL
    http://t-m-a.de/emdl
  • Fulldome CYNETART 2014
      : i : Photo: EMDL Montreal - SAT - Biosphere panorama; © Dimitris Charitos and Iouliani Theona

  • summary: Various audiovisual workshop-presentations by international artists in a fulldome display.
  • Participating artists:
    Chan Ho-Choi, Dimitris Charitos, Luke Christison, Matthias Härtig, Martin Kusch, Philip Mayer, Armando Menicacci, Mike Phillips, Marie-Claude Poulin, Jean Ranger, Olivier Rhéaume, Marko Ritter, Charalampos Rizopoulos, Ruth Schnell, Dominic St-Amant, Louis-Philippe St-Arnault, Ben Stern, Alexandre St-Onge, Audrey Rochette, Nina Vobruba, Laura Unger


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»metamusic«

- alien productions

  • Metamusic by Alien productions
      : i : metamusic installation : Photo by alien productions


    Links

    > alien.mur.at/metamusic
    > /metamusic/blog


    > The Making of metamusic
    > Die ersten Instrumente
    > Die perfekte Tonaufnahme
    > Welche Musik mögen Papageien?
    > Was steckt dahinter?
  • installation / inter species concert

    Animals meet humans in an interactive quadrophonic concert issuing zoo animals captivity and creative breakout.

    Guidances each top of the hour, but only until 5pm! Rosi & co need to rest.

    Concerts

    SAT 15th & SUN 16th Novenber; 4pm
    WED 19th November at 3pm
    Festspielhaus Hellerau, Green Salon
    entry with exhibition event ticket

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  • In every big city, there is a zoological garden, where animals are on display. A zoo is an architectural space that reflects the relationship we have to the animal world—the more we estimate the rights and needs of the animals, the more we want them to live in ambients replicating their natural habitats rather than in small cages.

    Boredom is a major problem of living in captivity. Much has to be undertaken to offer new challenges and diversions to the zoo inhabitants. metamusic aims to build electronic sound installations to be used by the animals themselves. Using a wide range of sensors and tools, the animals become able to explore and to play with sounds and sonic moods.

    In an ongoing project we have built the tools in close collaboration with zoologists, animal keepers and a group of grey parrots during the last two years—in order to find meanings and use in sound, which we have not discovered yet; and which maybe changes our understanding of animal intelligence—and music itself.


    > Bio & Credits

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CYNETART_PANORAMA


  • CYNETART_PANORAMA 2014 Anouk De Clercq - Thing

    A video show at Motorenhalle / riesa efau
    pre festival event: WED 12th Nov 8pm
    free entry
    Wachsbleichstraße 4a, 01067 Dresden
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    curated by Nadine Bors

    PANORAMA_CYNETART video screening, a selection from CYNETART Competition 2014.
  • Movies


    Sein und Zeit | Björn Drenkwitz | Deutschland | 2013
    Nudo de Nodos | Paul Barrios | Kolumbien | 2013
    Faith Condition | Lukas Franciszkiewicz | Deutschland | 2012
    Macrostructure | Eric Schockmel | UK | 2014
    Thing | Anouk De Clercq | Belgien | 2013
    Hurlements en Faveur de Bord | Matteo Pasin | Italien | 2010
    E-Ruqyah | Arya Sukapura Putra | Indonesien | 2013
    The Enthusiast | Nicolas Mortimer | UK | 2013


  • »Time and Being«


    Björn Drenkwitz | Germany | 2013 | Full HDVideo | 00:05:16

    Time and Being is the major work of philosopher Martin Heidegger. For the video "Time and Being", the central part of the book, which is about how the knowledge of the existence of our future makes us what we are is used. Heidegger has often been critized for his use of overly complicated language.

    The actress in the video recites the text, while jogging quickly in a fitness studio. In this way, she is running after the text, stumbling over it, chasing it. The text loses coherence and so is open to new interpretation and association.

    www.bjoern-drenkwitz.de


  • »Nudo de Nodos«


    Paul Barrios | Colombia | 2013 | HDVideo | 00:08:20

    An object-based telecommunicational mechanism generates human interconnections. Communicating objects in their pure form act as codes in continuous transformation. “Knot of the nodes “opens contact possibilities in a saturated world with efficient systems of information and in lack of effective communication.

    https://vimeo.com/user4315202


  • »Faith Condition«


    Lukas Franciszkiewicz | Germany | 2012 | HDVideo | 00:02:37

    Faith Condition by Lukas Franciszkiewicz is a project that attempts to address the understanding and applications of technology within the religions circles of current “media society”. Lukas is interested in the transformation of religion and technological reproduction of the religious phenomenon of an ‘out-of-body’-experience. The initial aim was the manipulation of human self-perception by blurring the boundaries between the real and a virtual body. Derived from these experiments, Lukas experimented with few scenarios for a disembodied sense.

    Lukas Franciszkiewicz (*1987) holds a bachelor's degree in Industrial Design from the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Kiel, Germany and has worked as a freelance product-designer for Design 3 in Hamburg. Currently he is a student at the Design Interactions department at the Royal College of Art in London.

    www.frnkwz.de


  • »Macrostructure«


    Eric Schockmel | UK | 2014 | HDVideo | 00:05:47

    Inspired by science and video games, Macrostructure is the first episode in a micro-series and story world entitled “What If You Created Artificial Life And It Started Worshipping You”. We are taken on a 3D animated journey through a world inhabited by synthetic life forms and the self-aware machines who manufacture, control, and recycle them.

    Eric Schockmel, born 1982 in Luxemburg, lives and works in London. 2008 Master in Communication Design at Central Saint Martins College Of Art And Design.

    http://ericschockmel.net


  • »Thing«


    Anouk De Clercq | Belgium | 2013 | HDVideo | 00:17:50

    An architect talks about the city he has built. Gradually we realise that the city is imaginary. His account is an attempt to give his ideas a fixed shape. This, in a nutshell, is the story of Thing. Screened at a very large scale, Thing, is an architectural universe that ceaselessly reveals its own virtuality for it exists only as a nebula of points where in the camera, or actually, the point of view, wanders.

    Indeed, the technology used in Thing does not allow talking about a camera since it is made of 3D scans of urban spaces. Instead, we could talk about a point of view, a gaze, or even a body (that wanders).

    Anouk De Clercq (°1971 in Ghent) studied piano in Ghent and film at the Sint Lukas Brussels University College of Art and Design. Her films explore the audiovisual potential of computer language to create possible worlds, many of which have a strongly architectonic character. She has received several awards, including an award from the Future Imprint International Animation Competition, Taipei (2003), the International Backup Award New Media in Film, Weimar (2004) and the Illy Prize at Art Brussels (2005). Her works have been shown in Tate Modern, Whitechapel Art Gallery, Centre Pompidou, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Transmediale, Ars Electronica, Biennale de l'Image en Mouvement, among others. Anouk De Clercq is affiliated to KASK, School of Arts University College Ghent as an artistic researcher. She lives and works in Brussels.

    www.augusteorts.be/about/2/Anouk-De-Clercq


  • »Hurlements en Faveur de Bord«


    Matteo Pasin | Italy | 2010 | 00:01:32

    A digital amplification of white frames and black frames forming the no copyright avi file (free download from ubuweb) of "hurlements en faveur de sade" by guy debord (1952). a reactualization and translation of a work of art in the age of digital reproduction and accessibility .

    Matteo Pasin (Treviso, 1986) is an Italian photographer and videoartist based in Milan. He graduated in 2011 from University ca' Foscari of Venice, in philosophy. he started videomaking in 2009, realizing visual and conceptual short movies. In 2011 he found an interest in photography, starting taking abstract pictures and landscapes. As a member of the art collective dirtmor he takes care of weekly concerts, performances and screenings in Treviso for three years. In January 2012, dirtmor has been selected for one year residence at Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa of Venice. he has lived for two years in Berlin, and now he is studying photography at cfp Bauer in Milan.

    www.matteopasin.net


  • »E-Ruqyah«


    Arya Sukapura Putra | Indonesia | 2013 | HD Video | 00:02:08

    E-ruqyah is a process of electronical therapy. By performative approach, electronical ruqyah (e-ruqyah) shows an activity of rubbing a cell phone that play Holy Quran verses to the body. In Islam, ruqyah means an exorcism practice or take the negative energy that caused health problems. This process usually was done with reading Holy Quran verses. This video tries further possibilities in outsmarting the limitation of technology.

    Born in Bandung West Java, lives and works in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Studied Fine Art at Sanggar Olah Seni Bandung. His creative work began in 2006 with the exploration on many media: Two-dimensional, three-dimensional, objects, mixed media, installation, sculpture and video. Generally, his works are based on investigation or development from a process of creative artistic practice within ‘expanding’ idea, reality, context and content of socio-cultural issues.

    vimeo.com/mafoholic


  • »The Enthusiast«


    Nicolas Mortimer | UK | 2013 | HDVideo | 00:06:23

    Droll thing life is — that mysterious arrangement of merciless logic for a futile purpose. The most you can hope from it is some knowledge of yourself — that comes too late — a crop of inextinguishable regrets”.
    [Joseph Conrad - Heart of Darkness, 1898]

    “The Enthusiast” is rooted in speculations found within neuroscience, surrounding creative or emotional insight. Considering a possible outcome to emerging research in determining a neurological basis for aesthetic appreciation. An enthusiast of Ikebana (the ancient art of flower arranging) has used a company to provide him with data which holds the key to his ‘ideal’ aesthetic arrangement. He is seen to be lost in a world of information, interpreting the data with a home made attempt at defining his personal vision of beauty. This short film weaves these conceptual speculations into a mysterious narrative by illustrating an outcome to a future ‘neuro-aesthetics’ public service. The narrative acts as a series of metaphors, by highlighting a historical approach to defining a creative form (Ikebana / flower arranging) which is placed into a scenario which deals with updated neurological endeavours which can define subjective experiences.

    Born 1983; St Albans UK. Nicholas Mortimer brings together cultural studies of media and technology, historical research and theory to explore relations between perceptions of reality, systems of control, and the blurred boundaries of fact and fiction. Within this enquiry there is particular interest in how narratives can be formed to highlight the way in which the media, and technological advancements can shape ideology and inform the design of archetypal human endeavours. Current works combine; detailed scenography, multilayered narratives, and speculative fiction to create character studies of individuals in closed systems of their own design, performing cyclical tasks and speculative obsessions which act as absurdist reflections on current or future issues.

    http://nicholasmortimer.net/selected-works/enthusiast/


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    CYNETART AWARD WINNER 2014

    CYNETART jury 2014

    Deborah Hustić    (media artist, blogger and curator based in Zagreb, Croatia.)
    Neja Tomšič    (artist, researcher and co-founder of MoTA – Museum of Transitory Art (Ljubljana, Slovenia))
    Alain Bieber    (art critic, project manager for ARTE Creative, Strasbourg, France)
    Andreas Ullrich    (artist, curator based in Dresden, Germany)

    Terms and conditions & jury biografies you can find reading the web pages of the cfp
    www.cynetart.de/cfp/2014?l=e.

  • Grant from the Saxon State Minister for Higher Education, Research and the Arts: 10,000 EUR

    Playing with ants and other insects: ant mimicry in relation to games and culture by Kuai Shen


    Jury statement:

    Alain Bieber
    «Insects have played a major role influencing human society and culture», says Kuai Shen, who calls himself an Insect Media Artist. His impressive research project and interactive bio-installation «Playing with ants & other insects» focuses and reflects social play of ants with mimicry in the human culture of play. This investigation and also Shens impressive installations always combine insects, humans and technology in an educational and entertaining way. This award should support Shen in his research in the field of Biomimetics, post-human ecology and phenomenology and allow him to build more amazing installations. And do not forget was was already told in the bible: «Go to the ant thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise.»

    Neja Tomšič
    Kuai Shen’s project on ants poses the hypothesis that human technology has been strongly influenced by ants and other insects. As a result of in depth analysis of structures and systems of their labor organisation, mobility, co-dependence and symbiosis with other species, communication, architecture, and decision-making among other, it interprets them as the insect-avatars of human made technological systems. It does so through a playful interdisciplinary installation comprising of an interactive book and computer vision software. But most importantly this project underlines the role of play in socialisation as well as learning. His structure of the alien, the network and the material portal, addresses the three layers of interrelation between complex insect societies and game systems, while playfully exposing ants as a shadow matrix through which the structures and processes in human-designed social and technological systems can be better interpreted and understood.

    Deborah Hustić
    Biological, scientific and cultural intersections and interplays among species and determined environments are in the focus of Kuan Shen’s artwork. The installation ‘Playing with Ants and other insects’ hence demonstrates to viewers the scientific objectives and the awareness of complexity these kinds of projects can bring in the context of cultural and social studies, most notably gaming theory combined with post-humanism and technology. Metaphorically said we could say that Kuai Shen uses sort of scientific and artistic microscopy in order to get many perspectives on the life of ants through the lenses of different disciplines.

    > http://kuaishen.tv/PWA&OI_2012.pdf
  • The Artist-in-Residence Grant from the Saxon State Minister for for Higher Education, Research and the Arts 2015 awarded in cooperation with the Office of Cultural and Historic Preservation, City of Dresden: 10,200 EUR

    The Future of Robots in Electronic Music by Moritz Simon Geist


    Jury statement:

    Deborah Hustić
    Moritz Simon Geist’s work definitely needs to have a continuation because of the author’s lucidity, persistence and project’s potential to develop in cutting edge playground for grown-ups. The necessity to contribute the growth of music robotics makes it a perfect example for artist-in-residence in order to get the full potential from the author’s vision and hands-on engineering. Robotics can be used in many areas of our everyday lives, hence Mr. Geist’s body of work already made has a great potential to go further in discovering the possibilities of robotics, mechanics and sound art.

    Alain Bieber
    «What does electronic music lack? Robots!», says robotic engineer and media artist Moritz Simon Geist. And yes, he is right! For years humans are imitating robots (Kraftwerk, Daft Punk etc.) - we finally need more robots imitating humans. Geist has already finished one robotic drum set and I think this Artist-in-Residence-Stipendium is a good way to help him develop his planned ensemble of musical robots. I really like that his concept is treating some important questions of the future, like the perception of technology, the robotization of society or the articifial intelligence, but still comes in a very playful and entertaining way: through electronical music. And a great detail as well: Geist is releasing all drawings and files under Creative Commons.

    Neja Tomšič
    Turning back to physical roots of electronic music, Geist proposes an open source, hack based approach to different levels of music making – the acoustics, performance and production. His robotic ensembles expose the inner workings of electronic music by turning back to the instruments of the 80s, discovering and illustrating the mechanisms behind the well-known electronic music sound diapason. His proposal expresses a long-term dedication and enthusiasm to his ongoing research on musical robots, with the aim of creating a live performance. The excellence of his proposal as well as his body of work has undoubtedly convinced me his Future of Robots in Electronic Music is the winner in this category.

    > www.sonicrobots.com
  • CYNETART Award in cooperation with HELLERAU (European Centre for the Arts): 5,000 EUR

    NIGREDO by Marco Donnarumma & Marije Baalman


    Jury statement:

    Deborah Hustić
    Marco Donnaruma's work places human perception, body and behavioural senses in the first place making this way the intermedia arts and open source design truly a part of creative scientific exploratorium. Donnaruma’s work explores cutting edge bioacoustics and body & mind related topics in a wider scope of self-reflection with an obvious aim to put an individual in the centre of the media, in the centre of self-awareness, and in a way in the centre of technologically determined environment.  But on the other hand it also shows the way open source design could be used for the above mention purposes by totally removing technological alienation in order to get us back to our bodies again by fearlessly delving into the unknown and unconscious darkness of sound and stimulation.



    Alain Bieber
    The installation « Nigredo » from Marco Donnarumma is a a deep travel into the dark unknowns of the subconscious mind, it offers an intimate, personal and intensive experience. The body of the visitor is wired to sensors, the own heart, muscles and vein tissues are producing a sound environment called « Bioacoustics », and the surprising installation leads to a performance where the fine lines of distinction between self and not-self are completly blurred. This artwork combines some things only the best artworks can do : It uses newest science and technology (biofeedback methods and wearable bioacoustic technology) to create this experience, it is still very emotionally (and even physical), it touches and might change you, and for sure, it is a unforgettable experience.

    Neja Tomšič
    With Nigredo’s seemingly simple and minimalistic auditive, visual and physical set-up, Donnarumma creates a self-containing performance in which all the stimuli and events derive from the performer himself. It places the performance in the event of his self-perception being experientially altered. He metaphorically touches the remains, the waste (the nigredo)- as the materialisation of that which cannot be transformed in alchemic processes. What in the human existence are the remains, which can’t be transformed? The body, the self? This experience of becoming one with the world – losing the feeling of self, is achieved on a physical level, while the performative part is marked by the visitor’s own physical body. The question of the body and its spatial expression expands to theories of consciousness. In the performance we experience the contradiction of transcending our selves, while being conscious that this experience derives from our own bodies themselves.
    Further details to NIGREDO
  • CYNETART Award in cooperation with Ostsächsische Sparkasse Dresden: 5,000 EUR

    humane after people (Ivor Diosi & Darija Czibulka): Molding the Signifier


    Jury statement:

    Deborah Hustić
    Molding the Signifier project presents the importance of consisted and radical devotion to combine ‘the next nature’ of our possible environments and explorations about the way we might perceive it. By using artificial intelligence and BIO cultures authors are researching and marking possible patterns of virtual humanity, but through the layers of linguistics the project is getting deeper comprehension of the machines’ neural processes, as well as human central nervous systems. With a special interest I will follow this work that has deep and multi-layered structure and by its character could evolve enormously.

    Neja Tomšič
    According to the authors virtual humans are the signifiers of an unknown future. Trapped in the bodies of human projections of perfection, upgraded with simulated responsiveness and emotionality, they speak to us in the language of theory. The installation interprets madness as a process of deconstruction caused by invasive species, underlining the dichotomy of the natural (the model) and the digital. With this synapse it lacks an original approach to addressing the notion of nature, but it nevertheless visualises the invasion of the natural into of the digital, thus simulating a digital madness. We are exposed to their ‘reality’and their ‘nature’. I see the innovation and excellence of Molding the signifier in the effect this model of interpretation achieves: it enables the viewer to deconstruct his own emotional experience and lets him experience empathy when facing a decay and loss of contact with the ‘real’ of the digital humans.

    Alain Bieber
    Already the interdisciplinary aproach is impressive : This work combines art, cybernetics, ecology, linguistics and biology. During the installation a contaminated biologic culture is in real-time infecting a virtual human and leading into digital mental madness. The virtual human is reacting to visitors, looking and speaking to them, what makes it even stronger. The visitor is forced to become a helpless voyeur of this digital decay. This work is a disturbing artistic research about the uncanny valley and the linguistic theory by Ferdinand de Saussure.
    > https://vimeo.com/ivr/moldingthesignifier
  • CYNETART ARTE Creative Commission in cooperation with ARTE Creative: 2,500 EUR

    »metamusic« by alien productions


    Jury statement:

    Neja Tomšič
    Metamusic’s subject are animals instead of humans. With this it questions media art, especially its correlation to science and bio-technology, which commonly replicates scientific methodologies and data. Metamusic does not pretend a connection between the natural and the digital, it rather openly divides the two. Human music has no meaning to the parrots, and it therefore provides them tools to build their own. Metamusic playfully detours the usual attempts to connect the natural and the digital by turning the natural into data and signals. At the same time it shows us life, which we enforce upon caged animals- it addresses animal boredom.

    Alain Bieber
    We all know that animals should be free. But if they are kept in a zoo: Let's try to find the best ways to keep them happy. The Austrian network of media artists Alien Productions are creating interactive sound installations for zoo animals. I like that this project thinks first about the rights and needs of the animals - and not about the humans. It is even realized in collaboration with zoologists and zookeepers. The main aim is to help the animals fight boredom. And as we know from the animal tales from Jean de La Fontaine: We can learn a lot from animals. It is really interesting how the animals use the music instruments and what kind of sounds they are creating. And at the end the birds and the artists can even give a concert together - and are helping us as well to fight boredom.

    Deborah Hustić
    Animals and human beings, what an unbreakable bond these relations can bring, and this is exactly underlined in Alien Productions's project metamusic. But where is the shift? Human beings tend to make clothes for animals, tend to dictate desired behavior from the animals or to play music for them. But Mr. Math’s way to switch the position and maintain the idea of animals being into position to create the music they want is absolutely amazing. There is no doubt that metamusic has a great potential as a continual project, but if we look at it as a unique work, itself it creates a combination of scientific explorations in biology, zoology, sonology and humanistic behavioral studies combined with intermedia arts.
    details to metamusic

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HOLOstage logo by Jo Siamon Salich

»HOLOstage«

be your own AVATAR

Jo Siamon Salich

Performance / Installation

  • Another festival's premiere is the interactive space HOLOstage, with which the Dresden based artist Jo Siamon Salich wants to get closer to the dream of immersing in a holographic projection. Salich offers a virtual three-dimensional interaction object for festival visitors. During the introductory performance at CYNETART 2014 dancer Johanna Roggan will occur in a specially designed sound costume and choreography by DAP Lab London.

    The prototypical development and artistic research of HOLOstage exemplifies the practical work in the Trans-Media-Lab Hellerau. Inspired by the developments initiated by Klaus Nicolai's European Tele-Plateaus project HOLOstage used to investigate the forms of communication between reality and virtuality and remote border deputies present in the form of three-dimensional avatars. In the real-time interactive confrontation a real person present in person or live performer with one or more avatars, the project deals with spatial presence and our relationship to virtual characters. Salichs artistic vision is to seek for a way to couple his body with a virtual character. He hopes to use them to get to know the essence of the created virtual character. What motivates us to use this form of linking? The extent to which we accept virtual agents, simulations or robots as communicative partners depends on the extent they flatten the difference between them and the human world.

    > artists view details
    > gallery, philosophy, videos at TMA web site

  • HOLOstage prototype by Jo Siamon Salich
      : i : HOLOstage prototype : Photo by Jo Siamon Salich


    PERFORMANCES


    THU 13th of November
    9.30 pm
    enter with exhibition ticket

    FRI 14th of November
    SAT 15th of November
    8.30 pm
    enter with exhibition ticket
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    INSTALLATION

    HOLOstage can be seen as installation during the exhibition times at Festspielhaus Hellerau.
  • HOLOstage team / Trans-Media-Labor Hellerau
    Jo Siamon Salich (concept, project direction, production design), Frieder Weiß (software development), Matthias Härtig (programming), Johanna Roggan (dance performer), Katharina Groß (documentation), Thomas Dumke (project coordination)

    HOLOstage-Phase I / CYNETART 2014 intro performance
    dance performer Johanna Roggan
    sound costumes by DAP Lab London
    Michèle Danjoux (design, art direction)
    Johannes Birringer (choreography)

    HOLOstage is a production of the Trans-Media-Akademie Hellerau in the frame of the european cooperation initiative Metabody – Media Embodiment Tékhne and Bridges of Diversity
    partner: HELLERAU – Europäisches Zentrum der Künste Dresden, DAP-Lab – Brunel Universität West London , pms professional media service Dresden

    Supported by the European Commission via the Programme CULTURE, the city council Dresden as well as the Cultural Foundation of Saxony.



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    Box Office:+49 (0)351 26 46 244 MON - FRI: 10am - 6pm
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    Preorder online

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  • Performances


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    »Thæta«
    SAT 15th of November
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    »HOLOstage« performances, EMDL presentations, »Nigredo«, »metamusic« performances & »sonic robots wanna have fun« are included in the regular exhibition ticket.5/3 € per day.

  • A/V shows/Club


    Berlin Current präsentiert
    OAKE live und Moon Wheel live
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    microscope session
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    Ghost Radio, Anaxy, Cyclotron, Carla Chan Ho-Choi
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    FRI/SAT Concert Ticket
    Berlin Current + microscope session
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Get-Together Sites

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  • Festspielhaus Hellerau

    Exhibition, Fulldome, Performances

    address:
    Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 56
    Dresden Hellerau
    Germany

    Tram: Number 8, Stop: Festspielhaus Hellerau

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  • Bon Voyage

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    Louisenstraße 77, Dresden-Neustadt

    Tram: Numbers 7, 8 stop: Louisenstr.

  • TMA-Lab


    Historische Deutsche Werkstätten Hellerau (not the Festspielhaus, but also in Hellerau!)
    House No. D, 1. floor
    Moritzburger Weg 67
    01109 Dresden

    access route


  • Motorenhalle

    Video Night

    project space for contemporary art
    Wachsbleichstraße 4a
    01067 Dresden

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Thank you to all supporters.


Veranstalter / Förderer / Partner


Latest Update: September 22nd 2014

VERANSTALTER

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Das CYNETART festival is presented by
Trans-Media-Akademie Hellerau e.V. [http://t-m-a.de]

in cooperation with
HELLERAU – Europäisches Zentrum der Künste Dresden [hellerau.org]
E.C.A.S. – Networking Tomorrow's Art For An Unknown Future [ecasnetwork.org]
METABODY – Media Embodiment Tékhne and Bridges of Diversity. [www.metabody.eu]
E/M/D/L – European Mobile Dome Lab for International Media Artists [www.emdl.eu].

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Bon Voyage [www.bonvoyage-dresden.de]
C. Rockefeller Center for the contemporary Arts [www.crockefeller.org]
Danco Technik – Anlagen- und Komponentenbau Dresden GmbH [www.danco-tec.de]
Dresdner Zentrum der Wissenschaft und Kunst [www.dzwk.org]
EJECT SYSTEMS OHG [www.eject-systems.de]
GebäudeEnsemble Deutsche Werkstätten Hellerau
Medienkulturzentrum Dresden [www.medienkulturzentrum.de]
Motorenhalle. Projektzentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst [website]
Ostsächsische Sparkasse Dresden
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banq.de [www.banq.de]
coloRadio [www.coloradio.org]
CYNAL [cynal.de]
MDR [www.mdr.de]
ORF [orf.at]

Associated Partners


AltArt Foundation Cluij [www.altart.org] , body>data>space London [www.bodydataspace.net] , CIANT Prag [www.ciant.cz] , Communikey – Boulder [communikey.us] , Decibel Festival – Seattle [dbfestival.com] , DisPatch – Belgrade [www.dis-patch.com] , Festival Pomladi – Ljubljana [www.zek.si/street/festival-pomladi/] , Full Pull – Mälmö [full-pull.org], KIBLA Maribor [www.kibla.org] , Les Siestes Electroniques – Toulouse [www.les-siestes-electroniques.com] , Medrar for contemporary art, Cairo [medrar.org] , MUTEK – Montréal [www.mutek.org] , New Forms Festival – Vancouver [newformsfestival.com] , Numusic – Stavanger [www.numusic.no] , Recombinant Media Labs - San Francisco [www.rml-cinechamber.org] , Rokolectiv Festival – Bucharest [www.rokolectiv.ro] , Sperm Festival – Prague [www.sperm.cz] , WRO Foundation Wrocław. [www.wrocenter.pl]





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You wanna join our team and spend some nice time in Dresden? Are you interested in art & technologies? Then volunteer at CYNETART festival!

We are looking for: exhibition and stage manager, info desk officers, runners and drivers.

In return you get a deep look inside management of new media art events, you will be surrounded by a nice team as well as you will receive the CYNETART festival pass and some more nice gimicks.

Interested? Send us a short e-mail: info@cynetart.de


20. NOV 2014: We want to thank you a lot this year's great volunteers Steffen Henschel, Felix Burkhardt, Stefan Senf, Steffen Hönig, Felix Wagner, Sebastian Walther, Meryl Baum, Alexa Steinbrück, Antonello Bellini, Peter Krüger, Laura Majdi, Elysabeth Yven, Janine Kläffing, Magdalena Frederike Götz, Lukas von Rantzau, Samuel Lewek (als Praktikant) und Katharina Groß.

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I.C.A.S. Radio extended


  • ICAS Radio Interview

      : i : © Photo by Friederike Kopp.
  • With Oliver Baurhenn (CTM Berlin) & Susanna Niedermayr (musikprotokoll Graz).

    Live from the Festspielhaus Hellerau in Dresden during CYNETART 2014.

    Impressions, interviews, backgrounds.

    FRI, 14th of November, 11pm - 2am       export calendar file (?)

    Aired in the Austrian Broadcast (ORF1) via USW.

    Via online stream available worldwide.

    http://oe1.orf.at/programm

    Thanks for support goes to Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk (MDR).
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  • CYNETART Award in cooperation with HELLERAU - European Centre for the Arts Dresden


    2014 – »Nigredo« - Installation by Marco Donnarumma & Marije Baalman
    2012 – »Hu.M.C.C.« - Installation by Maja Smrekar


  • CYNETART Award donated by Dresdner Stiftung Kunst & Kultur der Ostsächsischen Sparkasse Dresden


    2014 – »Molding the Signifier« - Installation by Humane After People (Ivor Diosi & Darija Czibulka)
    2012 – »Sisyphus Actions« - Pneumatic Video Installation by Nika Oblak & Primož Novak
    2010 – »Post Mortem« - Installation by Jannis Kreft
    2008 – »Lido« - Video Screening by Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag
    2006 – »Cognitive Debris« - Dance Installation by Tina Tarpgaard und Pelle Skovmand
    2004 – »1n-Out [meditation]« - by Jimpunk


  • CYNETART Award donated by T-Systems Multimedia Solutions


    2012 – »E-ansã« - Performance by Ricardo O'Nascimento
    2010 – »Cycloïd-E« - Kinetic Sculpture Cod.Act [André & Michel Décosterd]
    2008 – »Accountleichen-Bewegung« - Net Art by Susanne Berkenheger
    2006 – »Drawn« - Installation by Zachary Lieberman
    2004 – »Asphodel« - by Gregor Ladenhauf, Leonhard Lass


  • Grant from the Saxon State Minister for Higher Education, Research and the Arts


    2012 – »Rotes Rauschen« - Sculpture by Kerstin Ergenzinger
    2010 – »Transducers« - Installation Verena Friedrich
    2008 – »picidae« - Net Art by Christoph Wachter & Mathias Jud
    2006 – »Roermund-Ecke-Schönhauser« - Installation by Markus Kison
    2004 – »OhrwurmFarm« - by Volker Morawe, Tilman Reiff, Roman Kirschner


  • Artist-in-Residence Grant from the Saxon State Minister for Higher Education, Research and the Arts


    2015 – Moritz Simon Geist
    2013 – Sebastian Piatza
    2011 – Anke Eckardt
    2009 – Marcus Wendt & Vera-Maria Glahn
    2007 – Friedrich Kirschner
    2005 – Matthias Härtig (DS-X.org)


  • CYNETART Award donated by SAP Deutschland AG & Co. KG


    2006 – »Grains & Pixels« - audiovisual performance by Bertrand Gondouin, Jacob Munkberg und Kristofer Sunden Ringnér


  • CYNETART Award

    2001 – »Computergrafiken« - by Charlotte Sommer-Landgraf
    2001 – »Zone« - Computerbased Choreographic Work by Pablo Ventura
    2001 – »Lullaby for a Dead Fly« - Web Projects by Mouchette
    2001 – »Kommen und Gehen« - Audio Processing by Orm Finnendahl
    2001 – »Twilight« - Interactive Installation by Helen Evans, Heiko Hansen & Michael Field
    2000 – »Denkmäler für Lebende« - Installation by Wolfgang Bosse – dialogicPROJEKT
    2000 – »The Central City« - Net Art by Stanza
    2000 – »HeisenbergscheUnschärfe-Relation« - Performance by Palindrome intermedia company
    2000 – »STELE« - Animation by Robert Darroll & Kiyoshi Furukawa


  • COMTECart Award

    1999 – »STUNT« - Electronic Projection Theatre by Nikolaus Heyduck & Reinhart Büttner
    1999 – »b.ALT.ica« - net art by Igor Stromajer
    1999 – »SCANNER++« - Installation by Joachim Blank und Karl Heinz Jeron
    1999 – »reconnoitre« - Interactive Artwork by Tom Corby & Gavin Baily
    1998 – »ca blau« - Animated Movie by Philipp Hirsch
    1998 – »zoetrope« - Audiovisual Composition von Joseph Hyde
    1998 – »DOLLSPACE« - net art by Francesca da Rimini/ Michael Grimm
    1998 – »Adamswürfel« - Installation by Mir Ali Hassanzadeh
    1998 – »Shock in the Ear« - Interactive CD-ROM by Norrie Neumark
    1997 – »Primo Tempore« - Computer Graphics by Michael Höpfel
    1997 – »Wunder« - Interactive Projection Sculpture Fred Fröhlich
    1997 – »In Echt« - Digital Animation by Eva Könnemann
    1997 – CD-ROM by Holger Lippmann


> Preisträger 2014

Archive of Websites:
> CYNETART 2013
> älter (2012...)
> & noch älter (Archive.org, 2005...1999)

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CYNETART-Team 2014


Project Management: Thomas Dumke
CYNETART Assistance: Johanna Martinez, Joanna Szlauderbach

Public Relations: Joanna Szlauderbach
Website / Webmaster / Social Media / text production / translation: Sven Dämmig
Metabody video documentation (TMA Lab productions): Katharina Groß
Trailer production: Konrad Behr, Johanna Martinez

Production Management: Markus Richter & Steffen Müller in Zusammenarbeit mit H-EZK
Design print- and advertising material: pingundpong* Designbüro [ www.pingundpong.de ]
TMA Finance Management: Martin Krebs & Gisela Schneider

Volunteers: in diesem Jahr: Steffen Henschel, Felix Burkhardt, Stefan Senf, Steffen Hönig, Felix Wagner, Sebastian Walther, Meryl Baum, Alexa Steinbrück, Antonello Bellini, Peter Krüger, Laura Majdi, Elysabeth Yven, Janine Kläffing, Magdalena Frederike Götz, Lukas von Rantzau, Samuel Lewek (als Praktikant) und Katharina Groß.

editorial team:


CYNETART competition: Joanna Szlauderbach
CYNETART competition assistance: Johanna Martinez, Carolin Ritter
CYNETART jury: Alain Bieber, Deborah Hustić, Neja Tomšič, Andreas Ullrich
competition preselection: Nadine Bors, Thomas Dumke, Stephan Franck, Katharina Groß, Conrad Schneider, Joanna Szlauderbach, Markus Richter

Panorama_Screening: Nadine Bors

* Metabody:

project coordination: Thomas Dumke
HOLOstage production team / Trans­Media­Labor Hellerau:Jo Siamon Salich (concept, projekt direction, production design), Frieder Weiß (software development), Matthias Härtig (programming), Johanna Roggan (dance performer), Katharina Groß (Dokumentation, method development)

* E/M/D/L:

project coordination: Thomas Dumke
participating artists: Ho Choi Chan, Marko Ritter, Matthias Härtig

* E.C.A.S.:

Thomas Dumke, Joanna Szlauderbach


TAPE ART navigation at Festspielhaus by Team Kasimir www.schablonella.de

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CYNETART-Festival is organized by
Trans-Media-Akademie Hellerau e.V.
in cooperation with:
HELLERAU – Europäisches Zentrum der Künste Dresden,
E.C.A.S. – Networking Tomorrow's Art For An Unknown Future,
METABODY – Media Embodiment Tékhne and Bridges of Diversity,
E/M/D/L – European Mobile Dome Lab for International Media Artists.


A list of associated partners and sponsors you can find in the section THANK YOU.

CYNETART office

mailing adress:
Trans-Media-Akademie Hellerau
Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 56
01109 Dresden

Address for Visitors:
Trans-Media-Labor Hellerau
street: Moritzburger Weg 67
01109 Dresden
Germany

phone: +49-3 51-8 89 66 65
E-Mail: info@cynetart.de
Website: http://cynetart.de

Data Privacy Policy TMA/CYNETART

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Bilderübersicht CYNETART 2014

PROPER PHOTOGRAPHER CREDIT MUST BE LISTED FOR EACH IMAGE USED.
  • artwork

    Marco Donnarumma »Nigredo«

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    Nigredo Premiere – STEIM, Sonic Arts, Amsterdam, Februar 2013
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    Credits: © Tanja Busking
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    Nigredo Premiere – STEIM, Sonic Arts, Amsterdam, Februar 2013
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    Credits: © Tanja Busking
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    Nigredo Premiere – STEIM, Sonic Arts,Amsterdam, Februar 2013
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    Credits: © Tanja Busking
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    Nigredo Premiere – STEIM, Sonic Arts,Amsterdam, Februar 2013
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    Credits: © Tanja Busking
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    StratoFyzika »Thæta«

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    B-Seite festival Mannheim, 15 März 2014
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    B-Seite festival Mannheim, 15 März 2014
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    B-Seite festival Mannheim, 15 März 2014
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    alien productions »metamusic«

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    Musikprotokoll im steirischen herbst 2013, GRAZmuseum, Graz, Österreich; Installationsansicht (bzw. Konzert)
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    Credits: © alien productions
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    Musikprotokoll im steirischen herbst 2013, GRAZmuseum, Graz, Österreich;
    Installationsansicht (bzw. Konzert)
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    Credits: © alien productions
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    Musikprotokoll im steirischen herbst 2013, GRAZmuseum, Graz, Österreich; Installationsansicht (bzw. Konzert)
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    Credits: © alien productions
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    Musikprotokoll im steirischen herbst 2013, GRAZmuseum, Graz, Österreich; Installationsansicht (bzw. Konzert)
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    Credits: © ORF musikprotokoll, M. Gross
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    Musikprotokoll im steirischen herbst 2013, GRAZmuseum, Graz, Österreich;
    Installationsansicht (bzw. Konzert)
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    Credits: © ORF musikprotokoll, M. Gross
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    Musikprotokoll im steirischen herbst 2013, GRAZmuseum, Graz, Österreich;Installationsansicht (bzw. Konzert)
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    Credits: © Kristian Markovic
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    humane after people »molding the signifier«

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    2012
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    Credits: © Ivor Diosi
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    Installation Space, Institute of Intermedia, Prague, 2012
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    Credits: © Ivor Diosi
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    Installation Space, Institute of Intermedia, Prague, 2012
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    Credits: © Ivor Diosi
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    2012
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    Credits: © Ivor Diosi
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    Moritz Simon Geist „ MR-808

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    The Future of Robots in Electronic Music“
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    Credits: © Jürgel Lösel
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    „The Future of Robots in Electronic Music“
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    Credits: © Jürgel Lösel
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    The Future of Robots in Electronic Music“
    Bildgröße: 5,6 Mb
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    Credits: © Jürgel Lösel
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    The Future of Robots in Electronic Music“
    Bildgröße: 2,9 Mb
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    Credits: © Jürgel Lösel
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    The Future of Robots in Electronic Music“
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    Credits: © Jürgel Lösel
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    Glitch Robot
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    Credits: © David Campesino
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    Kuai Shen »Playing with ants and other insects«

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    Playing with ants: the network portal, September 2012, Cologne-Germany
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    Credits: © Kuai Shen
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    Installation at the 3rd Art and Science International Exhibition and Symposium, November 2012, Beijing -China
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    Credits: © Kuai Shen
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    Installation at the 3rd Art and Science International Exhibition and Symposium, November 2012, Beijing - China
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    Credits: © Kuai Shen
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    Saša Spač al »Myconnect«

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    solo exhibition - Myconnect capsule - Kapelica Gallery, 2013, Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Bildgröße: 16,6 Mb
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    Credits: © Damjan Švarc
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    solo exhibition - Fungal mycelium in the Myconnect - Kapelica Gallery, 2013, Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Bildgröße: 7,4 Mb
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    Credits: © Saša Spač al
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    Salich »Holostage«

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    Screenshot
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    Credits: © Salich
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    Katharina Groß „Der UnsichtbareFaden“

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    Screenshot
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    Credits: © Katharina Groß
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    Screenshot
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    Credits: © Katharina Groß
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    Screenshot
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    Credits: © Katharina Groß
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    Screenshot
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    Credits: © Katharina Groß
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    Portrait
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    Credits: © Klaus Nicolai
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    Chiara Esposito »Sometimes a plant dreams of flying«

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    Bildgröße: 320 Kb
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    Credits: © Veronika Krenn
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    Interface Cultures Lab, 2013
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    Credits: © Chiara Esposito
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    Interface Cultures Lab, 2013
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    Credits: © Chiara Esposito
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    Interface Cultures Lab, 2013
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    Credits: © Chiara Esposito
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    Credits: © Bernd Ulrich Wagner
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    Bildgröße: 8,9 Mb
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    Credits: © David Durat
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    Bildgröße: 128 Kb
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    Credits: © Tom Mesic
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    Bildgröße: 510 Kb
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    Credits: © Chiara Esposito
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    Ernst Marcus Stein »DIY_Juke_Church_Box2014«

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    DIY Church 062 Kakawakas unglaubliches Luftknallereignis, 28. Februar 2011. Im Bild zu sehen das eigentliche Luftknallereignis. Chrome Wave Arena, TÄT, Berlin.
    Bildgröße: 133 Kb
    1000 × 664 pixels
    Credits: © Stefan Hähnel
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    DIY Church 065 Danke Tanke, 21. März 2011. Eine Radiosendung von einer Tankstelle mit offenem W Lan in Berlin Neukšlln. Zu Gast die schwedischen Künstler Molly Nilsson & Jonas Raam, die speziell für diesen Anlass unter dem Pseudonym DJ WHY? ein Mp3 Dj set vorbereitet hatten, was ihrer Jugend in der Provinz gewidmet war/ist.DIY Church 062 Kakawakas unglaubliches Luftknallereignis, 28. Februar 2011. Im Bild zu sehen das eigentliche Luftknallereignis. Chrome Wave Arena, T€T, Berlin.
    Bildgröße: 152 Kb
    1000 × 667 pixels
    Credits: © Stefan Hähnel
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    Juli 2012. DIY Church war Teil & Gastkurator des offenen Radioprojekts Radio226 La Radio de la Culture Visuelle an der UniversitŠt der Künste in Berlin. Mit Workshops, Features, Diskussionen und Performances wurde für 4 Tage eine Piraten Radiostation betrieben. In dem Bild sieht man das Londoner Duo v.FF - white people scrap metal & DJ ShluchT.
    Bildgröße: 1,7 Mb
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    Credits: © Sara Lehn / Radio de la Culture Visuelle. RADIO 226 (2012)
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    Info_Graphic von DJ Shlucht für den Wšchentlichen Newsletter der Radiosendung sowie für die Website der Sendung.
    Bildgröße: 325 Kb
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    Credits: © DIYChurch / DJ ShluchT
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    Martin Howse »Sketches for an Earth Computer«

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    Stack, Frame, Heap, 2013, Berlin, installation
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    Credits: © Martin Howse and Jonathan Kemp
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    all Sketches for an Earth Computer, 2014, Joachimstal, Germany, installation
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    Credits: © Martin Howse and Kathrin Guenter
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    all Sketches for an Earth Computer, 2014, Joachimstal, Germany, installation
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    Credits: © Martin Howse and Kathrin Guenter
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    all Sketches for an Earth Computer, 2014, Joachimstal, Germany, installation
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    Credits: © Martin Howse and Kathrin Guenter
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    all Sketches for an Earth Computer, 2014, Joachimstal, Germany, installation
    Bildgröße: 52 Mb
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    Credits: © Martin Howse and Kathrin Guenter
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    all Sketches for an Earth Computer, 2014, Joachimstal, Germany, installation
    Bildgröße: 45 Mb
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    Credits: © Martin Howse and Kathrin Guenter
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    Robert Verch & Eva Olivin „Es gibt viel zu tun hau'n wir ab“

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    Robert Verch & Eva Olivin „Es gibt viel zu tun hau'n wir ab“ - Untersuchungsstation Mail
    Bildgröße: 813 Kb
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    Credits: ©
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    Robert Verch & Eva Olivin „Es gibt viel zu tun hau'n wir ab“ - Kontrollraum Mail
    Robert Verch & Eva Olivin „Es gibt viel zu tun hau'n wir ab“
    Bildgröße: 948 Kb
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    Credits: ©
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    Robert Verch & Eva Olivin „Es gibt viel zu tun hau'n wir ab“ - Ausstellungsansicht Raum 3 Mail
    Bildgröße: 688 Kb
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    Credits: ©
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    Robert Verch & Eva Olivin „Es gibt viel zu tun hau'n wir ab“
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    Lucie Freynhagen „Computer Based Art“

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    Lucie Freynhagen „Computer Based Art“
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    Credits: © Lucie Freynhagen
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    Lucie Freynhagen „Computer Based Art“
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    Credits: © Lucie Freynhagen
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    Lucie Freynhagen „Computer Based Art“
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    Credits: © Lucie Freynhagen
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    European Mobile Dome Lab for Artistic Research

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    »hidden in« E/M/D/L – European Mobile Dome Lab for Artistic Research residency at the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) Montréal, cinematic tests by Carla Chan & Phil Mayer
    Bildgröße: 7,6 Mb
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    Credits: © Thomas Dumke
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    E/M/D/L – European Mobile Dome Lab for Artistic Research residency at the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) Montréal, panoramic image of Biosphére Montreal at the Satosphere by Marko Ritter
    Bildgröße: 5,9 Mb
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    Credits: © Dimitris Charitos and Iouliani Theona
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    E/M/D/L – European Mobile Dome Lab for Artistic Research residency at the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) Montréal, performance tests by Canadian; performance group kondition pluriel
    Bildgröße: 3,8 Mb
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    Credits: © Dimitris Charitos and Iouliani Theona
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    E/M/D/L – European Mobile Dome Lab for Artistic Research residency at the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) Montréal, performance tests by Canadian; performance group kondition pluriel
    Bildgröße: 3,9 Mb
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    Credits: © Dimitris Charitos and Iouliani Theona
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    E/M/D/L – European Mobile Dome Lab for Artistic Research residency at the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) Montréal, tests using electroluminescent wires to explore physical and virtual vertices
    Bildgröße: 4 Mb
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    Credits: © Dimitris Charitos and Iouliani Theona
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    Berlin Current

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    Artist Moon Wheel
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    Credits: Pressematerial
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    Artist OAKE
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    Credits: Pressematerial
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  • »Nigredo«

    - Marco Donnarumma & Marije Baalman

    Nigredo
      : i : Nigredo Premiere – STEIM, Sonic Arts, Amsterdam, Februar 2013; ph: © Tanja Busking' :

  • Private experience of altered self-perception

    private installation, duration 8 minutes per visitor
    Daily during exhibition opening times.
    Please enroll at location
    Access via exhibition ticket

    German Premiere!

    Festspielhaus Hellerau, music chamber
    export calendar file (?)

    Steim Logo
    The work was developed during an artistic residency at STEIM, Studio for Electro-Acoustic Music in February 2013.

  • NIGREDO is part of the CYNETART exhibition

    exhibition opening times

    THU 13th of November, 8pm - 11pm
    FRI 14th of November, 2pm - 11pm
    SAT 15th of November, 2pm - 11pm
    SUN 16th of November, 11am - 6pm
    Monday: closed
    TUE 18th of November, 2pm - 11pm
    WED 19th of November, 11am - 6pm


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»Medien-Ecke«

- Texte, Interviews, Videos, Radio


  : i : A German TV moderator introducing a clip on CYNETART 2014.' :


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