1. d'achor - TEASER 2015 - d'achor?

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    Chor der Universität für angewandte Kunst. Proben freitags 16.00 - 18.00 Uhr. Im Hörsaal 2 der Universität. (Ferstel Trakt, Altbau) Für STudierende und Angestellte — hier: Die Angewandte.

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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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        • Austrian Cultural Poster Generator

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          AUSTRIA NEEDS A NEW VISUAL IDENTITY. NÄMLICH USW. The Austrian Cultural Poster Generator is a tool for designing posters within an Austrian context. It allows content-related aesthetic possibilities of combination through three different means of navigation (image, text, form). The Austrian Cultural Poster Generator works as a website on which there are three navigational circles that allow the user to define their content. The surprising combinations between text and image from categories such as: Fine Arts, Design, Literature, Science, Sports, Politics, Entertainment, Headlines and Icons, can produce discussion-provoking outcomes; questions and incomplete answers are encouraged, always with the aim of sharpening one’s consciousness. The Austrian Cultural Poster Generator was developed between March and June 2013 as diploma project at Klasse Kartak - University of applied Arts Vienna. - Der Austrian Cultural Poster Generator ist ein Werkzeug zur Gestaltung von Plakaten im Österreichkontext, das durch drei verschiedene Navigationsmöglichkeiten inhaltlich ästhetische (Bild, Text, Form) Kombinationsmöglichkeiten zulässt. Der Austrian Cultural Poster Generator funktioniert als Website. Auf der Website befinden sich drei Navigationskreise die es den NutzerInnen ermöglichen ihren Inhalt zu wählen. Der Erkenntnisgewinn durch überraschende Text-Bildkombinationen aus den Bereichen bildende Kunst (Fine Arts), Design, Literatur (Literature) sowie Wissenschaft (Science), Sport, Politik (Politics), Unterhaltung (Entertainment), Zeitungs-Headlines (Headlines) und Klischees/Ikonen (Icons) kann Ergebnisse liefern, die eine Diskussion öffnen, in der Fragen und nicht zu Ende formulierte Antworten zugelassen sind und der stets eine Bewusstseinsschärfung anstrebt. Concept & Design Christian Schlager Implementation Sebastian Rumpl

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          • Social Design = Social Innovation

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            This roundtable, cutting the edge, took place in April 2013 and was hosted by the University of Applied Arts in Vienna in cooperation with ZSI. Gerald Bast, rector of “die Angewandte”, moderated this interdisciplinary talk between Univ. Prof. Mag. Anton Falkeis, head of the new MA progamm Social Design - Arts as Urban Innovation, and Univ. Prof. Dr. Josef Hochgerner, scientific director of ZSI. www.zsi.at www.

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            • image movie postgraduate program urban strategies

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              • Vorhang auf! Das größte Kunstwerk der Welt – von Lukas Novak

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                Eine Aufnahmeprüfung an einer Kunstuniversität ist ein aufreibender Nervenkitzel. Ungeachtet der Anspannung sollen In kürzester Zeit fantastische Ideen und Konzepte erfunden werden. In Anerkennung hervorragender Prüfungsleistungen von Bewerbern und Bewerberinnen wird hier exemplarisch und stellvertretend eine Arbeit von Lukas Maria Novak vorgestellt. In nur 4 Stunden hat der Anfang-Zwanzigjährige ein Kunstwerk konzipiert, das durch außergewöhnliche intellektuelle Reife brilliert. Das Thema: Zeuxis und Parrhasius waren zwei Maler des antiken Griechenland um 400 v. Chr. Der König des Reiches wollte wissen, wer von beiden der bessere Künstler sei. „Zeuxis malte im Wettstreit mit Parrhasius Trauben so naturgetreu, dass Vögel herbeiflogen, um an ihnen zu picken. Daraufhin stellte Parrhasius dem Rivalen sein Gemälde vor, das von einem Vorhang bedeckt war. Als Zeuxis Parrhasius bat, diesen doch beiseite zu schieben, um das sich vermeintlich dahinter befindliche Bild zu enthüllen, hatte Parrhasius den Sieg sicher, da er es geschafft hatte, nicht nur die Vögel, sondern Zeuxis selbst zu täuschen. Der Vorhang war gemalt.” (Plinius, Naturalis Historia) Die Aufgabe: Präsentiere eine künstlerische Idee, die unter Einbeziehung allen Wissens und aller technischen und medialen Möglichkeiten des 21. Jhts. das 2400 Jahre alte Konzept des Parrhasius zu übertreffen vermag. Aufnahmeprüfung 2010: Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien, Institut für Design, Klasse für Grafik Design, Experimentelles Entwerfen und Gestalten in themenbezogener Projektarbeit, Univ.-Lekt. Elisabeth Kopf

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                • »SÜSSER SENF« von Philipp Leberle

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                  Das Video »Süsser Senf« von Philipp Leberle ist die Dokumentation eines von 19 Semesterprojekten der Klasse für Grafik Design / Prof. Oliver Kartak zum Thema »Das Irrationale«, die im Wintersemester 12/13 im leerstehenden achten Stock des ehem. Hauptzollamts in Wien Erdberg entstanden sind.

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                  • Wien Mitte (Vienna Center) – by Astrid Seme

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                    Scroll down for a German version Astrid Seme’s piece Wien Mitte lets the gaps in language resonate. She finds this sphere in the blank between the two words “Wien Mitte” (Vienna Center) spoken by a male voice. Slowly Seme zooms literally into the center of the words, between “n” and “M”, to the short break the speaker makes. What sounds at first like a linguistic analysis becomes abstract, technical until it turns into a musical tune, which sounds like a chello playing in the center of Vienna Center.  CD released on compact disk via Mark Pezinger Verlag.  Incl. 8 monoprints and a text by Andreas Scheib; edition (Ger. + Eng.) 25 copies each, numbered. http://www.astridseme.com/wien_mitte.html Astrid Semes Stück Wien Mitte lässt den Raum innerhalb der Sprache zum Klingen bringen. Seme findet diesen Raum in der Leerstelle zwischen den beiden Wörtern "Wien Mitte", die von einer Männerstimme gesprochen werden. Langsam zoomt sie sich in die buchstäbliche Mitte der Wörter, zwischen das „n“ und das „M“, in diese kleine Pause, die der Sprecher einlegt. Was zunächst noch sprachlich klingt, wird langsam abstrakt, technisch bis es am Ende musikalisch wird und man glauben könnte es sei ein Cello, das hier spielt, in der Mitte von Wien Mitte.  CD-Publikation Wien Mitte ist auf Compact Disk bei Mark Pezinger Verlag erhältlich.  Enthält 8 Drucke und einen Text von Andreas Scheib; Auflage (Dt. + Eng.) je 25 Stück, nummeriert. http://www.astridseme.com/wien_mitte.html "also mir gefällt, wie aus diesem loch in der mitte, das da zuerst inszeniert und aufgetan wird, nach 1' 20'' dann genau aus der klanglichkeit der leere in der mitte von Wien Mitte so diese seltsame orientierungslos mäandern zu scheinende neue klanglichkeit sich entwickelt - das mit der lupe gefundene eben -, eine klanglichkeit, die zwar auch nicht viel mehr verspricht, als die auslassung, aus der sie kam, es tat, die aber doch immerhin ein terrain absteckt und zu wissen scheint, dass es vielschichtiges zumindest zu entdecken geben könnte, auch wenn noch nicht alles gefunden ist, dass selbst die leerstelle von Wien Mitte ein potential zur vielfalt hat." Christian Scheib

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