1. Servando Barreiro at Insecure Territories 2011 (workshop participant)

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    • Attempt to percieve the Tiefenbach in a Japanes way

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      Documentation of a performance done on the 25.5.2009. It consists of making and tasting sashimi from a trout cought in the lower Austrian river "Tiefenbach" a few hours before. Performed during the opening of the exhibition "ca. 2 yo" in the glass cube of the emergency exit of the University of Applied Arts Vienna, where all the works of the exhibiton where installed and which had approximately the size of 2 yo. The exhibition was part of the Coded Cultures Festival and included the artists: Verena Dürr, Kathrin Kaiser, Wolfgang Lehrner, Alexander Martinz, Tobias Pilz, Johann Scholz, Nicole Weniger

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      • Games Culture Circle / Coded Cultures 2011 : F*** the Magic Circle - We need Game Ethics

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        Gaming is a special situation with its own specific laws and rules. The “magic” allows a behaviour that would not be welcome outside the game. Today we play (virtual) games everywhere, with strangers, and at different locations. However, a game world with common rules exists anyway. Katie Salen and Eric Zimmerman still use the term “magic circle” for Rules of Play but add, that often meta communication has become necessary, to describe, define and negotiate the borders of the “game world”. For Gregory Bateson they were “messages of the frame-setting type” (when playing cops and robbers and taking a side - robber or cop - the rules of the world change as well). Inside the “magic circle” other rules apply: it is a shelter and shields the avatar from the “real” outside. Through digitalisation it is not only possible to play asynchronously together (e.g. massive multi player online games; not everyone needs to be online at the same time) - but even more, with mobile devices it is possible to play anywhere and at any time. This phenomenon manifests itself in “analogue” art forms such as theatre, which is not bound to a specific venue anymore, but can take place on the telephone, in different flats or around the city. We are talking about emersion, new experiences. Picture yourself sitting in the subway train, playing a game on your phone while receiving points for the interaction with other passengers. When are you then inside the “magic circle“, and when are you outside? How does this differ from a world, where everyone knows that reality is constructed and negotiable, and that the chat with your virtual guild-member from World of Warcraft in South Africa is a more enriching experience than talking to the garden gnome collecting neighbour in real life, who is not separated by even a kilometre but worlds apart? Assuming the games we play today have already lost the “protection” of the “magic circle” – the borders between “inside the game” and “real life” are fluid. Knowledge creates responsibility. Do we need new ethic standards for both, those who create the games and those who play them? This is not a game. It’s life. www.amaze-festival.de www.gamesculturecircle.de Guests: Sina Kaufmann Felix Bohatsch Sebastian Deterding Fares Kayali Ariane Alter

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        • Potential Terrorist @ Coded Cultures Festival @ MQ Vienna

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          After the World Trade Center the international safety regulations were tightened and the fear of terrorism has spread. However, the preventive measures taken under the pretext of security and the war against terrorism are about to constrain fundamental rights and the freedom of people. The recently enacted data retention in Austria or the article § 278a, known as the “mafia article” are the kind of arrangements aimed at preventing terrorism. The recent trial about the animal rights activists in Austria is a good example of the misuse of these measures. However, retention and mafia paragraphs are only part of the international anti-terrorism measures which also include facial recognition, RFID, the collection of biometric data, … These methods are based on the potential threat by every individual person, who therefore becomes a potential terrorist. There is general agreement about taking actions against terrorism, but not everybody is aware of the downsides, like restraints on their freedom. POTENTIAL TERRORIST wants to raise the conscious awareness about these possible dangers. http://muk.me.uk/?page_id=517

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          • Alejo Duque at Insecure Territories 2011 (workshop participant)

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            • Servando Barreiro at Insecure Territories 2011 (workshop participant)

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              • Bengt Sjölen at Insecure Territories 2011 (artist interview)

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                http://5uper.net http://workshop.5uper.net/speaker/bengt-sjolen/ Bengt Sjölén is an independent software and hardware designer/hacker/artist based in Stockholm with roots in the home computer demo scene. He mainly works in the areas of media art, science, sound, visuals, architecture and technology. He experiments with, amongst other things, programmatic generation of design, function, hardware and software. His work has been exhibited internationally in places such as Synthetic Times Exhibition (Beijing), NTT ICC (Tokyo), the Venice Biennale of Architecture, Kulturhuset (Stockholm) and Ludwig Muzeum (Budapest). http://codedcultures.org

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                • Martin Howse at Insecure Territories 2011 (artist interview)

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                  http://5uper.net http://workshop.5uper.net/speaker/martin-howse/ Martin Howse is a programmer, theorist, performer and explorer of open hardware who founded the ap project in 1998 to implement a truly artistic operating system (OS) in its most expanded sense and within a free software context. From 2007 to 2009 he hosted a regular workshop, micro-residency and salon series in Berlin, most recently under the banner of micro-research. For the last ten years he has collaborated on numerous open-laboratory style projects and performed, lectured and exhibited worldwide. http://codedcultures.org

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                  • Brendan Howell at Insecure Territories 2011 (artist interview)

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                    http://5uper.net http://workshop.5uper.net/speaker/brendan-howell/ Brendan Howell is a media artist and an engineer who has created various software works and interactive electronic inventions. He lives and works in Berlin where he teaches at the Berliner Technische Kunsthochschule and at the Kunsthochschule Weißensee. http://wintermute.org/brendan/ http://codedcultures.org

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                    • Manfred Faßler at Coded Cultures 2009

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                      Keynote Presentation of Manfred Faßler at Coded Cultures 2009 at Vienna. at.codedcultures.net/manfred-fassler http://5uper.net

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