1. DimArt by DJKpf - spiral ant

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    This artwork was created by self-developed Digital Magic Art (=DimArt) methods applied to photo and video data. This is a summary of developing spirals by the DimArt method.

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    • OnLine - The Perforamnce - Variation 2 (Live at Salotto Vienna, Short) - 1080p

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      Short Edit & Additional Sound Effects & Samples by Thomas Hochwallner The natural sciences have taught us for decades that the crucial ideas do not come into being along a predictable timeline of causality, but such factors as intuition, the unplanned or even “accidents” have a major impact. No doubt: CAD software and digital databases are of undeniable value. But they cannot replace the human ability to uncover and establish connections and connotations in an intuitive and even emotion-driven way. “Art is magic, freed from the lie of being truth.” Theodor W. Adorno …. … wrote in his Minima Moralia. Although we live in times when truth is simulated or rather feigned by an apparent objectivity of indicators, figures and statistics, our society is not a machine, neither a mech- anical nor a digital one. It lives from subjects, identities, dreams and desires. One of the main qualities of the arts was and is to generate identity by not only allowing, but even more encouraging subjectivity, denying objectivity and addressing individual desires as well as social demands. Dr. Gerald Bast, President University of Applied Arts Vienna Department of Digital Arts, University of Applied Arts Vienna We aim at looking into the future of a practice, whose spatial narratives are increasingly shaped by the predominance of technological ecologies, which have long come to exert significant influence over the perception and subsequent interpretation of our natural and man-made environment. Seen from a contemporary perspective, the modernist promise of never-ending progress appears to merge seamlessly with our day-to-day experience of a presence, mediated by vast amounts of digital information. With the performance titled OnLine, we attempt to address the fundamental importance of media for our sense of living in a social world by means of audio-visual information gained by the presence of its visitors only. While a face recognition algorithm exemplifies the self-similarity of meta-communities, its code is being played back to the audience within the ultrasonic spectrum. A new User generation is born, faceless, reduced to the recursive logic of an algorithm, connected to and pulled by the forceful promise of a progressive symbiosis between technology and humanity. (Text by Wolfgang Fiel) Materials: UAVs (quadcopters), car batteries, electronics, costumes, computers, directional microphones, directional speakers, speakers, cameras, projections, WLAN, various social media applications

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      • Online - The Performance - Premiere (Live at Venice Biennale of Architecture 2014)

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        OnLine - The Performance The natural sciences have taught us for decades that the crucial ideas do not come into being along a predictable timeline of causality, but such factors as intuition, the unplanned or even “accidents” have a major impact. No doubt: CAD software and digital databases are of undeniable value. But they cannot replace the human ability to uncover and establish connections and connotations in an intuitive and even emotion-driven way. “Art is magic, freed from the lie of being truth.” Theodor W. Adorno …. … wrote in his Minima Moralia. Although we live in times when truth is simulated or rather feigned by an apparent objectivity of indicators, figures and statistics, our society is not a machine, neither a mech- anical nor a digital one. It lives from subjects, identities, dreams and desires. One of the main qualities of the arts was and is to generate identity by not only allowing, but even more encouraging subjectivity, denying objectivity and addressing individual desires as well as social demands. Dr. Gerald Bast, President University of Applied Arts Vienna Department of Digital Arts, University of Applied Arts Vienna We aim at looking into the future of a practice, whose spatial narratives are increasingly shaped by the predominance of technological ecologies, which have long come to exert significant influence over the perception and subsequent interpretation of our natural and man-made environment. Seen from a contemporary perspective, the modernist promise of never-ending progress appears to merge seamlessly with our day-to-day experience of a presence, mediated by vast amounts of digital information. With the performance titled OnLine, we attempt to address the fundamental importance of media for our sense of living in a social world by means of audio-visual information gained by the presence of its visitors only. While a face recognition algorithm exemplifies the self-similarity of meta-communities, its code is being played back to the audience within the ultrasonic spectrum. A new User generation is born, faceless, reduced to the recursive logic of an algorithm, connected to and pulled by the forceful promise of a progressive symbiosis between technology and humanity. (Text by Wolfgang Fiel) Materials: UAVs (quadcopters), car batteries, electronics, costumes, computers, directional microphones, directional speakers, speakers, cameras, projections, WLAN, various social media applications http://onlinetheperformance.tumblr.com

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        • The Making Of ''Dolfinas Naranjas''

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          Made with my iPad mini. WEBSITE: http://www.Antonio6.com

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          • Heart of Noise Festival 2014 - The End of Boring Documentary

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            http://heartofnoise.at http://heartofnoisefestival.tumblr.com

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            • Mirko Lazovic - Electrickle

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              SCHAURAUM quartier21 (Electric Avenue) MuseumsQuartier Vienna, Austria www.dieangewandte.at, www.digitalekunst.ac.at Opening: 08.05.2014, 19:00 Duration: 09.05. – 22.06.2014 Opening hours: daily 10:00 – 22:00 Curators of Schauraum Angewandte: Wolfgang Fiel and Ruth Schnell Guest curator of Summer of Sound: Işın Önol Schauraum is pleased to host Mirko Lazović as the first event in the framework of “MQ Summer of Sounds 2014” in collaboration with the exhibition project entitled Connecting Sound Etc. Cable Sounds, Cable Works, Cables Everywhere taking place between 5th June and 24th August 2014 at Freiraum, quartier21, curated by Georg Weckwerth. For the active installation Electrickle Mirko Lazović uses ordinary materials such as light bulbs, water, electricity and sound, however with the combination of them, creates a playful tension. The work is activated by the presence of the viewer, in purpose of forming a reciprocal relationship. In Electrickle, water seemingly imitates cable, creating the illusion of electricity flowing through the water. Electrickle follows the trajectory of previous works Liquid Light (2009), Clepsichord (2012), and Narcissus (2013) where Lazović applied similar material and conceptual themes of presence and interaction. Mirko Lazović (1979, Belgrade) currently resides in Amsterdam. He received his BA from the University of Arts in Belgrade and his MA from the Royal Conservatory in the Hague (2005). Based in the Netherlands since 2003, Lazović’s wide-reaching practice include recent exhibitions at Mediamatic in Amsterdam, Museums Quartier Freiraum in Vienna, and a solo exhibition at HUB in Belgrade. He has been an artist-in-residence at Museums Quartier (Vienna), ResidenSea (Heraklion, Greece) and Kunstsenter Kvinesdal, Norway. His sculptural installations place strong thematic emphasis on presence, interactivity, and compositional aspects of time. Light, water, electricity and sound are his working materials. isinonol.com

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              • Thistle Fire

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                a small piece of digital art composed with after effects and cubase based on a photo of a thistle. Ein kleines "Kunststück" erstellt mit After Effects und Cubase basierend auf einem Foto einer Distel, das ich Sommer gemacht habe. Manifestations of prakrti - material nature - appear in unlimited shapes. The creative human mind can produce from an image of a plant etc. unlimited new shapes on paper or monitor etc. with the sense organs and the hands Manifestationen der materiellen Natur ("prakrti" im Sanskrit) erscheinen in unbegrenzt vielen Formen. Und der kreative menschliche Geist kann mit Hilfe der Sinnesorgane und der Hände aus einem Abbild einer Pflanze etc. ebenfalls unbegrenzt viele neue Formen auf dem Papier oder Bildschirm etc. erzeugen.

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                • same same but different

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                  • PICMAR - an digital art exhibition

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                    Animation of DigitalArt presented in 2011 at the DPD Gallery in Aschaffenburg, Germany

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                    • Airplane Landing in 1 Minute by HugoTVideo

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                      Put it on the ground in 1 Minute!

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