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25 years of ars electronica

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Winners in the film section – Computer Animation – Visual Effects Literature: Literature :
Literature (2) : Future cinema !! / Jeffrey Shaw, Peter Weibel Ed. Gary Hill / Selected Works Blick, Stimme und (k)ein Körper – Der Einsatz Soundcultures – Über elektronische und digitale
1987: John Lasseter, Mario Canali, Rolf Herken Cyber Society – Mythos und Realität der Maschinen, Medien, Performances – Theater an
Kunst als Sendung – Von der Telegrafie zum Kunst und Video / Bettina Gruber, Maria Vedder Intermedialität – Das System Peter Greenaway der elektronischen Medien im Theater und in Musik / Ed. Marcus S. Kleiner, A. Szepanski
1988: John Lasseter, Peter Weibel, Mario Canali and Honorary Mentions (right) Informationsgesellschaft / Achim Bühl der Schnittstelle zu digitalen Welten /
Internet / Dieter Daniels VideoKunst / Gerda Lampalzer Yvonne Spielmann interaktiven Installationen / Mona Sarkis Resonanzen – Aspekte der Klangkunst /
1989: Joan Staveley, Amkraut & Girard, Simon Wachsmuth, Zdzislaw Pokutycki, Flavia Alman, Mario Canali, Tausend Welten – Die Auflösung der Gesellschaft Martina Leeker (Ed.)
Interferenzen IV (on radio art) Videokunst in Deutschland 1963 – 1982 Liveness / Philip Auslander
A Survey as Memory Theater John Lasseter, Peter Conn, Eihachiro Nakamae, Edward Zajec, Franc Curk, Jasdan Joerges, Xavier Nicolas,
Motohiro Hayasaka, William Latham
im digitalen Zeitalter / Uwe Jean Heuser
The Society of Text – Hypertext, Hypermedia,
Perform or else – from discipline to performance
Jon McKenzie
TRANSIT #2 (on radio art) Ulrike Rosenbach / Videkunst, Foto, Aktion /
Arquitecturanimación / F. Massad, A.G. Yeste
Look at me – VIDEO – 25 Jahre Videoästhetik Rasender Stillstand / Paul Virilio
Ed. Bernd Schulz
sound : space / Bernhard Leitner
Art Telecommunication / Heidi Grundmann Performance, feministische Kunst (important references to timeline) Geschwindigkeit und Politik / Paul Virilio Cybernetics of Cybernetics / Heinz von Foerster
1990: Mario Sasso & Nicola Sani, Robert Lurye, Philippe Andrevon, Flavia Alman & Angelica Nascimento, and the Social Construction of Information / Multimodal Discourse – The modes and media
Radiokultur von morgen / Ed. Johanna Dorer, Video – 20 Jahre später – Eine Zwischenbilanz Simulation und Wirklichkeit – Design . Film . Fluchtgeschwindigkeit / Paul Virilio Der Anfang von Himmel und Erde hat keinen
Gerhard Pakesch, Paul Coudsi, William Latham, Alan Norton, Karl Sims, Christiane Geoffroy, Rebecca Allen, Edward Barrett of contemporary communication / Gunther
Alexander Baratsits Kunstforum Bd. 77/78 Revolutionen der Geschwindigkeit / Paul Virilio
Electronic Media in Art and Science Denis Muren, John Lasseter, Jeff Kleiser, Diana Walczak, Eihachiro Nakamae, Steve Goldberg
1991: Karl Sims, James Duesing, Yoichiro Kawaguchi, Rashel B de F, Jean Luc Faubert, Maurice Benayoun,
Medien-Theologie – Das Werk Vilém Flussers /
Elizabeth Neswald
Kress & Theo van Leeuwen
Alles jetzt! – Die Mediatisierung / Gerhard
Apparitional Aesthetics (1995/P15) / Objekt : Video / G. Hattinger, P. Assmann
Architektur . Naturwissenschaften . Ökologie .
Ökonomie . Psychologie / Angela Schönberger Der negative Horizont – Bewegung,
Namen / Heinz von Foerster
Noise Gate / Granular Synthesis
Art in the Context of Software and Complex Machines Roy Ascott !! Computerkulturtage Linz – ORF Videonale Videokunst / Lydia Haustein Geschwindigkeit, Beschleunigung / Paul Virilio Zur Kunst formalen Denkens / R. E. Burkard,
Peter Claridge, Boris S. Dolgovesor, Herve Huitric, Monique Nahas, Nancy Kato, Mike McKenna & Bob Kultur – über alle? gegen alle? für alle? Johann Lischka
performative installation / Ed. Angelika Nollert topographie II: Untergrund – Videoinstallationen Fernseh-Design / Gunther Rambow et al. Die Sehmaschine / Paul Virilio Wolfgang Maass, Peter Weibel (Ed.)
Sabiston, Simi Nallaseth, Eduard Oleschak, Michel Tolson, Pascal Vuong, Jason White & Richard Wright M. Wagner, H. Fabris, I. Mörth u.a. Cyber_Reader – Critical writings for the digital
... perform _ or else - from discipline to performance (JM) in der Wiener U-Bahn Christian Mikunda Der reine Krieg / Paul Virilio & Sylvére Lotringer sonic graphics – seeing sound / Matt Woolman
1992: Karl Sims, Charlie Gunn & Delle Maxwell, Cécile Babiole, Bériou, Dennis Muren & Mark A. Z. Dippé & cyber-moderne – medienevolution, globale era / Ed. by Neil Spiller
Nam June Paik – Fluxus – Video / Wulf Die Spiele des Realen und des Virtuellen Die Beschleunigung der Bilder in der Music vs motion – FLIPS 5
Steve Williams, Matthew Brunner, Mario Martin Buendia, Jéróme Estienne & Xavier Duval, Fantome, Keith netzwerke und die künste der kommunikation /
Herzogenrath Chronokratie / Peter Weibel
Original Idea and Archive - Research and Network: Gerhard Dirmoser Hunter, Xavier Nicolas & Jerzy Kular, Alan Norton, Marc Raibert & Leg Laboratory Manfred Faßler (article) / Edmond Couchot
Das Tempo-Virus / Peter Borscheid
geometrie der Töne / Guerino Mazzola
Quality Assurance and Additional Observations: Attila Kosa 1993: Pascal Roulin, Mark Malmberg, Darrin Butts, Bériou, George Barber, Jules Bister, Jos Claesen & Deanimated / Martin Arnold Stuff it – the video essay in the digital age / Geometry of sound / Bernhard Leitner
catalogue: Walter Pamminger Ed. By Ursula Biemann Dauer-Simultaneität-Echtzeit / Kunstforum 151 Crossings – Musik zum Hören u. Sehen /
Translation (English version): Aileen Derieg Anton Roebben, Philippe Gassie & Bruno Simon, Industrial light & Magic, Eku Wand music theory / semiotics
1994: Dennis Muren & Mark Dippé, Marc Caro, Maurice Benayoun, Eric Coignoux, Bériou, Peter Callas, electroacoustics Cathrin Pichler
Cassidy J. Curtis, Eric Darnell & Collery, Yoichiro Kawaguchi, Sabine Mai & Frank Pröscholdt, John Tonkin, perception theory of Klangkunst / Akademie der Künste – Berlin
The project was financed without funds from the Administration of Culture
Hideo Yamashita & Eihachiro Nakamae, Thomas Zancker, Tamás Waliczky architecture der larsen effekt / OK Linz
last update 05/2004
1995: Bob Sabiston & David Atherton, Thomas Bayrle, Steve Williams, Gayle Ayers & Dough Sutton, Dough techno-culture discourse Norbert Wiener
first presentation 05/2004 TransPublic Linz
Version 1.1 D Kingsbury & Jeff Thingvold, Chuck Gamble, George Murphy, Violet Suk & Martin Koch, Francois Launet, structuralism (discourse)
Silvio Levy & Tamara Munzner, Franck Magnant, Jon McCormack, Medialab, Ben Stassen, Demetri dance theory music theater view system theory / system discourse
Comments/notes and requests for the file: Terzopoulos, Alexei Tylevich body research self-organization theory
gerhard.dirmoser@energieag.at / G. Dirmoser Waltherstr. 2 – 4020 Linz 1996: John Lasseter, Marc Caro & Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Michel Gondry & Pierre Buffin, Philippe Billion, dromology symbol theories of knowledge 25 acoustic "view"
Christian Boustani, John Clyne, James Duesing, ILM, Pierre Lachapelle, Arnauld Lamorlette, Denise Minter & time theories performance view (II) formal sciences
Tim Johnson theater studies complexity theory
The original PowerPoint file is available for study purposes (revisions).
Placement on the Internet, print-outs and distribution in paper form (4x A0 oder A1) are desired.
1997: Scott Squires, Chris Wedge, Jim Mitchell, Stefen Fangmeier, Larry Lamb, Anna Henckel-Donnersmarck, view of music
Michèle Cournoyer, Taku Kimura, Raquel Coelho, Carlos Saldanha, Michel Gondry, Stephen Weston, 26 dance view choreography view
stereophony (PV) various music projects
Francois Vogel, Marine Poirson & Lionel Richerand Moviephon – opto-acoustic auditive view
Thanks to: H.W. Franke, Boris Nieslony, Astrit Schmidt-Burkhardt, TransPublic, Stadtwerkstatt, Servus, MEXX, transformer (influencing sound) 1986 (Richard Teitelbaum)
1998: Robert Legato, Liang-Yuan Wang, Christophe Hery & Habib Zargarpour, Rob Coleman, Tamás Waliczky, musical Bruckner
G. Lischka, Udo Wid, Ruth Schnell, Georg Ritter, Rainer Zendron, Christa Schneebauer, Gitti Vasicek, Kazuma Morino, Joey Lessard, Thierry Prieur & Pascal Roulin, Nobuo Takahashi, Yan Breuleux & Alain speed view (K&K Experimentalstudio) (1980/K124) electronic aids (2000/P58) Set of
microphones and loudspeakers experiment (1979/K25)
Martin Sturm, Walter Pamminger, Sabine Zimmermann, Walter Ebenhofer, Lioba Reddeker, Kurt Kladler, Thibault, Laurence Leydier, Steven Stahlberg, Nobuto Ochiai, Constantin Chamski, Julien Dajez, Stefan
installation for ballet. techno-instruments
Lydia Haustein, Bernhard Cella, Gerhard Fröhlich, Josef Lehner, Franz Reitbauer, Magarete Jahrmann, interaction with light (1979/K09) (P. Mühlfriedel, G. symphonic Bruckner
Smith, Violet Suk & Martin Koch, Yves le Peillet, Nelson Max, Diana Walczak & Jeff Kleiser, Sebastien Larrue, (1997/K305) see also: view of handicaps link between code and MP3, RealAudio sound environment
Margit Knipp, F.E. Rakuschan, G. Harringer, Manuel Schilcher, Willi Mayrwöger, Eva & Attila Kosa, Florian Brody, (C. Möller) (1995/P132) Markeffsky, L. Schaumann)
G. Hattinger, Dieter Mersch, Oliver Schürer, Isabell Muhr, Helmut Stadlmann, Tim Otto Roth, Josef Nemeth, Energie AG
Mark Stetson, Jan Pinkava, Kaori Saito, Tom Bertino, Charles Gibson, Denis Muren, Phil Tippett & Craig
Hayes, Ben Stassen & Anthony Huerta, Wayne Gilbert
computer-generated see also: transport view
dancers see also: view of performativity
choreographical processes
(2003/K303) (Scott deLahunta)
The virtual cage (1994/P131) digital musics (PRIX)
(SLP)
(1979/K25)
environment concert
(1982) (Nam June Paik, (M. Helene Tramus) Dance of the Machines - 2003 problems of definition and
1999: Chris Wedge, John Lasseter & Andrew Stanton, Bob Sabiston & Tommy Pallotta, Jun Asakawa & Open-Source choreography? (1990/K-I-95) (1987/K148) Schiffshörner
Charlotte Moorman) (Qrio: walking robots) stagnation
The occasion: 25 years of working as a systems analyst in Linz & Toshifumi Kawahara, Erwin Charrier, Paul Kaiser & Shelley Eshkar & Bill T. Jones, Christopher Landreth, (2003/K311) (Scott deLahunta) (Alvin Curran)
(1989/J115)
25 years of attending "ars electronica" ( ... a journey through time) & 25 years of the Stadtwerkstatt & 25 years of Atelier Wels William Le Henanff, Patrice Mugnier, Dietmar Offenhuber, Bruce Pukema, Daniel Robichaud, Christian dance theater "Tobias Zapfel" electronic dance projects music in real time audio performance electronic sound carpet
(1970/T) AEG/Teldec/Decca put the Improvisation Technologies. A Tool for (1979/K35)
Sawade-Meyer, Seiji Shiota & Tohru Patrick Awa, Emre Yilmaz & Lev Yilmaz, Vincent Ward & Stephen (Thomas Pernes, Tanztheater Wien) (1980/K11)
On the method: The structure of the verb study serves as the starting arrangement. Simon & Barnet Bain, CFC, Alain Escalle, Manuel Horrillo Fernandez, Peter Miles & Damon Murray & Stephen
film, video, TV (I) first image record on the market
(1971/T) U-Matic as the first
the Analytical Dance Eye
with William Forsythe) (2003/K311)
(coproduction
(1984/K265)
Black and
(2002/K440)
White dance and electronic-architectonic
set-up (photo-cells) to control Gameboyzz Orchestra Sound Park Platzkonzert
The first content placement was made with the help of material from "take over" Sorrell, Ray Giarratana, Geoffrey Guiot & Bruno Lardé & Jerome Maillot, Juan Tomicic Muller, Phil Tippett & film semiotics cassette video system in the world intermedia theater
(66b/cell) synthesizer sounds (Chris Janney) (J. Kujda) (2002/K420) sound environment (1987/K166)
(1995) project by M. Saup for Forsythe computer graphics and
(this edition of the ars electronica can be read as a kind of preliminary balance). Craig Hayes film theory (1980/K103) Clouds of Sound (1979/K02) (Stadtwerkstatt)
The language material used was taken from publications on "ars electronica", notes 2000: Jakub Pistecky, John Lasseter & Lee Unkrich & Ash Brannon, Yasuo Ohba, Denis Bivour, Jean-Francois psychoanalysis (Lacan school)
27 filmic view interactive music video music
clip (Han Hoogerbrugge) (Win Grabill)
(ML) Nik Haffner tested the dance performance dance (SIGGRAPH 85)
Ghostcatching movement theater electronic
musical-cybernetic
1979
partnership of dance and (1986/K299) (AH) interactive (in a mirror scenary) music performances Online-Instrument
(on the symposium lectures) and relevant literature. Bourrel & Jerome Calvet, Paul Debevec, David Gainey, Cécile Gonard, Jean Hemez & Sébastien Rey, Dariusz process theories see also: (2003/P64)
(1999/P116) environment (1979/K43)
(1982/K86) technology as a dancer dance & drawing dance performances (1979) (1989/J105) (1980/K07) (1999/P42) Lundgren
Cf. methods of "grounded theory". Krzeczek, Guy Lampron, Charlotte Manning, Juliette Marchand, Timm Osterhold & Max Zimmermann, Makoto view of the image (Saburo Teshigawara) MidiDancer (P. Vogel)
The study "Designing Gestures" on ars electronica 2003 was carried out in parallel. Sugawara, Christian Volckman, Pierre Buffin, Markus Degen, Zach Bell & Chris Gallagher & Steven
view of animation (1951/T) Ampex starts with recorder development (technology becomes interesting when
it opens up new possibilities of (1995/K386) (Dawn Stoppiello)
(P. Kaiser u.a.) (pioneer: Ed Tannenbaum)
computer-acoustic dance theater
distorters & faders
The time of the Symposium: Electronics in Music /
(1958/T) Ampex presents the first color video recorder (Tommy Lehner)
Schweickart & Scott Smith, N+N Corsino, Ray Giarratana, Stephen Katz & Josselin Mahot, Manfred Laumer, (1963/T) fully transistorized recorder perception for the dancer) Telechoreographie (Tanztheater 46) (1982/K207) Ancien Régime Synthesizer – Music Computer – Digital Techno
Members of the staff of ars electonica, AEC or ORF had no influence on the selection and arrangement. notes: video works have been very selectively (AH) dynamic instead networked virtual (1997/K154) (Stelarc)
Fred Raimondi, Lisa Slates & Chitra Shriram, Mark Stetson, Alexander Szadeczky & Marcus Salzmann, (1965/T) Portapak – first affordable B/W camera (1) electronic of the (1980/K65)
included here. The field of video art has long been dancer with sensors attached of static dancefloor office furniture D.A.V.E – Performer as part of the video
Cornelia Unger, Francois Vogel (1975/T) Betamax home video system (1977/T) VHS concert performance electroacoustic musicians
a subject of art-historical analyses to the body (1962) (Josephine Anstey, performance Projection adapted to the body electronic (Douglas Kahn)
Questions about completeness: 2001: Xavier de l´Hermuzière & Philippe Grammaticopoulos, Ralph Eggleston, Laetitia Gabrielli & Max (1980/T) Camcorder is presented (1992/K92) (AH) dance and controlled D. Pape, D. Neveu) is over. Astonish us or wind instruments (1999/J1987)
(Istvan Kantor) (K. Obermaier, C. Haring))(2000/K299) electronic
Due to the limitations of the available surface, it is not possible to provide a complete detailed presentation (Gary Hill) Computer controlled laserdisc Streaming Media (1984/T) first videodisc in the art field small economical real-time videos disappear ! (Jury ! 2000/P196) (1980/K43)
Tourret, Mathieu Renoux & Pierre Marteel, Julien Charles & Lionel Catry & Nicolas Launay & Olivier Pautot, (Lee Harrison III) (1992/II-K93) (2001/K301) (2000/K290/P94) VIVISECTOR (2002/K430) orchestra
of all the participating artists, scientists and developers (about 3100 persons are listed). All the participants Candice Clémencet & Jean-Dominique Fievet, Mike Daly, Sébastien Ebzant & Aurélien Delpoux & Loic Bail & (1988, 1992, 1994, 1996, 1998)
video lab MPEG, RealAudio, RealVideo video systems (1980/K94)
metal junk (1979/K15) computer organ (Rupert Huber)
video-film processor (1989/T) Sony Hi8 stage set projection (D. Bruckmayr) self-made instruments game electronics
were compared with the AEC/Ars database. Benjamin Lauwick, Alain Escalle, Stefen M. Fangmeier, One Infinity, Bob Sabiston & Tommy Pallotta, Robert (1986/K335) link between video art and
computer dancer electronic (1979/K49) analog synthesizer (L. Rehberg) (1999/K345)
(1989/K180) (Akke Wagenaar, Masahiro Miwa) for dance performance (Marina Koraiman) Kepler's Dream performance (Maywa Denki)
The choice/placement is thus to be regarded as the author of the study's subjective/content-based selection. see also: history of video technology (1992/II-K37)
1970s
Seidel & Michael Engelhardt, Jeremy Solterbeck, Hans Uhlig & Tony Hurd, Jason Wen & Howard Wen & (Georges K. Shortess) computer film (1979/K10) John Sanborn (2001/K116) music theater control (2003/P96) First electronic orgel (1979/K49)
The study is intended to provide a wide-ranging survey, but it cannot substitute for reading the catalogues. (1993/K415)
Andrew Jones & Casey Hess & Don Relyea "Audio/Video Instruments" (1992/II-K89) (1986/K121) (Giorgio Battistelli) (1996/K410) (E. Redl) (1929) (Laurens Hammond) digital synthesizer computer as

1986/87/88/... video effects interactive choreography system for a Linzer Steel Opera (Studio Azzurro) puppet dance (1984/K48) musical instrument
2002: Pete Docter & David Silverman & Lee Unkrich & Andrew Stanton, BUF, Peter McDonald, Hiroshi Chida, Video: State of the art (Inge Graf + Zyx)
(Dow-Jones-Index) oscillator bank
In some cases, key works (or concepts) are cited, which were not shown in Linz, but are described in detail (rockefeller Foundation 1976) (1986/K180) digital video portraits ballet by W. Forsythe (Giorgio Battistelli) (1990/K-I-43) electronic purgatory live synthesizer fortresses (1984/K150)
Erik Nash, Lars Magnus Holmgren, Wojtek Wawszczyk, Jason Watts, Yasuhiro Yoshiura Image Processing and (Michael Saup) Electro Clips (Installation for (1984/K55)
in catalogues. (1992/II-K63) (Johanna Branson Gill) (Shelley Lake) (1980/K106) (1982/K11) music theater (Kristi Allik, Robert Mulder) (1980/K11)
2003: Romain Segaud & Christel Pougeoise, Carlos Saldanha, Koji Yamamura, Christoph Ammann, Eric ballet) (C. Möller, Stephen live electronics (Kazuo Uehara) sound processors
Video Synthesis (1975) The Kitchen (1992/II-K83) Video Art (1995/P100) ICARUS laser opera for (1992/K205)
Armstrong, Jérome Decock & Olivier Lanerès & Mélina Milcent & Cécile Detez de la Dreve, Roger Gould & ORF Videonale 86 (1971/T) start of the electronic kitchen NY Galloway) (1994/II-K122) (1984/K157)
performative theories from (Stephen Beck) (1992/II-K161) multimedia and electronics Switched-On-Bach (1964) total automatization in music
(1986/K392-1)
1982
The poster can also be used as an index with the page numbers. Pete Docter, Thorsten Fleisch, Luc Froehlicher, Ludovic Houplain, Wayne Lytle, Siri Melchior, Jordi Moragues, manipulating video (1974/T) Projekt 74 (Jean-Baptiste Barrière)
The search engine at www.aec.at is useful for further research, since many catalogue texts are available as cultural studies (ML) At a closer look, there is an extremely in real time (1980/K94) shows American video Proposal from Bognermayr in 1979 for an (Otto Piene, Paul Earls) MIDI (Wendy Carlos) Moog III (1979/K35)
Tippett Studio, Satoshi Tomioka The Video Synthesizer VideoOnDemand Mini-Moog (1970) electronic sound Dark symphony (2003)
pdf files in the AEC database. performativity discourse interesting relationship of tension between
(Tom DeWitt) (1992/II-K165) (Justin Manor) productions extensively electronics symposium, an "Electronic (1982/K50)
storing original The more technology deformation device
theater as live performance and mediatized (2001/K295) (1977/T) documenta 6 focuses (Robert A. Moog) (Tim Didymus)
performance studies (2003/F42/P110) on film, video !
for the first time in Music & Video Art Symposium" (1989/J12) sounds (1998/K250) the more boring (1979/K43)
performance from film to television, all the way Image Processing (1986) Europe (Paul Virilio) (2002/K238) (1980/K69/K70)
speech-act theory video installation opening with a video satellite transmission (1980/K34) (surpreme particles, the result synthesizer
What does humanoid genetic structure
to the computer game. (Experimental Television Center) Infermental (1987/K174) velocity of terror (1997/K310) (J. Harrison) from scratch) sound like? (R. Spour, M. Veitl)
language game theory/praxeology (Sherry Miller Hocking, Richard Brewster)
(C. Steiger) (1994/K32)
Spectro-Morphology Kepler's last dream (1997/P44) (1979/K09/K39)
magazine on video cassettes (1999/K337)
Literature that was important in structuring this study: feminist theories (J. Butler)
28 performativity as view see also: view (ML) media performances (1992/II-K169) (jomasounds) (1999/K380) (2000/K315) (1989/T) Cologne: exhibition "Video-Skulptur" ...) the dream of flying umbrella as sampler collages (1999/K383) (Frances-Marie Uitti) (1996/P60) electronic
radio art (see below
All the catalogues on the "ars electronica" and the "Prix ars electronica" pragmatism of communication differ from interactive Image manipulation soundtrack: Found (1996/T) Linz: Ojekt : Video / G. Hattinger, Assmann interactive video installation (1982/K07) resonance body Environmental Art (1990/K-I-55) meta-
music Kunst-Radio
installations in that they are (1998/K273) vocoder, digital reverberation, trumpets !
symbolic pragmatism The Form and Sense of Video (1973) Footage from CCTV surveillance cameras singing bows (Paul de Marinis) (V. Delay)
Medien der Vernunft (Medien als Mengen von Tätigkeitstypen) / Matthias Vogel (MV) performed before an audience (Robert Arn) (1992/II-K183) multi-monitor multi-channel installaiton
(1993/K397) (Gideon May)
(1988/K190) (Rupert Huber) multi-track equalizer, harmonizer, delay- (J. Impett) electronic music (1992/K240)
pragmatic-hermeneutical turn see also: dance view Traffic Cams, earth observation satellites, (2001/F04) (2001/F17)
Synchronopse (in: look at me – Video – 25 Jahre Videoästhetik) / Petra Wenzel
Der bewegte Betrachter – Theorien der interaktiven Medienkunst / Anette Hünnekens (AH) role theory (T. Sarbin)
performance view (I) theater view Space-Time Dynamics in ATM cameras, ... (1986/KII-261)
staircase as piano
keys
(Ron Kuivila, polyphony devices, ... (1979/K26/K39) (1994/P142) J. Chowning, J. Fritsch, B. Mason,
interactive video Radial Arcs) (M. Popp) Flexible simulation space – mosaic of mobile machine noises (S. Ferguson) ring modulator, echo devices, filter S. Stockhausen, J. Tenney,
media theory Note: this study can also be read Video Feedback (1984) electronic film art from the screen (1987/K58)
Digitaler Schein – Ästhetik der elektronischen Medien / Ed. Florian Rötzer (James P. Crutchfield) used on stage videoinfography (PV)
long-stringed installation Sound-Engine data sounds (knowbotic research) (1980/K10) (1984/K40) (1980/K11) jazz und electronic D. Youngerman
(literature studies) as a supplement to the performance performance-based *OR* Performance (AH) feed of all-around (A. Wollscheid,
Maschinen, Medien, Performances / Ed. Martina Leeker (ML) (2003/K228) (1997/K360) performativity as mediality (1992/II-K191) (Istvan Kantor) (1987/K110) (2001/F35) (1982/K251) D. Wiesner)
media discourse study - in keeping with videos into a VR environment (2000/K290) Video game (see also: games) (Ron Hays) (1982/K199) sound dome Brain Opera – Instruments sound-therapeutic objects (S. Penny, J. Schulte) X-topia (E. Sharp,
perform or else – from discipline to performance / Jon McKenzie (JM) (Sybille Krämer) (Jaron Lanier) He is the creator of the first (P. Panhuysen, J. Goedhart) (Bruce Odland) Soldier String Quartet) (1993/K273)
media studies Jon McKenzie: perform or else – stereoscopic film (Leo Küpper) (Tod Machover / MIT Media Lab) (1979/K37) (1996/K422)
Kunst als Medientheorie / Hans Ulrich Reck (UR) from discipline to performance (ML) In media performance the liveness "Horizonscan" interactive videodisc art
game animation completely multimedia concerts, interactive sound sculptures (Sam Auinger) (1994/II-K116)
media anthropology (T. Shannon, J. Hassell) (2001/F16) (1984/K16) (1996/K300) space-filling cell phone concert
Various articles by: Monika Fleischmann (MF) / Peter Weibel (PW) / Dieter Mersch (DM) / of theater and the interaction of computer Programmed performances? (1988/K111) (1989/K240) (David Tafler) music visualizations, in which lights (1990/K-I-146) dummy head (Yoshi Wada) (1988/K261) auto-correlative
Glockenspiel !
Fred Forest (FF) / Paul Virilio (PV) / Heinrich Klotz (HK) / Frank Popper (FP) / Oliver Grau (OG) communication theory (AH) performative works technology are related to one another in such (1989/K246) (Peter D´Agostino) and laser, wide-screen video and film echo sculptures (1995/K206) stereophony (G.-W. Raes, Moniek Darge) communication process (Haruo Ishii) computer sonology (2001/K57) (2002/P98)
a way that they achieve a synthesis in the "performative" apparitional WebCinema interactive (2002/K417) Sound from the same hands (1979/K36) (1984/K48) (Golan Levin)
PERFORMANCE-ART Kontext (poster study) / G. Dirmoser (DG), B. Nieslony projections, slide overlays, fireworks, (1979/K14) (1988/K274) (2003/F42/P106)
mediatized performance (ML) performative, i.e. in the reality-constituting programs aesthetics (see below) video narrative The videodisc was technically liberation of sound listening perspective (Jaron Lanier) (1994/II-K110) (S. Gibbons, G. Shakar,
Verben im Kontext (poster study) / Denken (ein semantisches Netz) / G. Dirmoser, B. Nieslony random access to lasar pyrotechnical and other stage effects Lichtorgel
execution of symbolic acts. (1995/P15) (R. Ascott)!! videodisc (1989/K225) already available in 1970; it was are combined. dummy head / quadrophony Well-tempered-Synthesizer Yasmin Sohrawardy)
Studie Stadtwerkstatt-TV (on the ars electronica TV-projects and others) / G. Dirmoser combination of installation, etoy interactive narrative the first interactive wind-driven (1996/K382) concert machine – (1979/K19)
Performativer approach 1995! (1980/K71)
1987
The intersection between media and (1996/P80) (4-fold projection) (Grahame Weinbren) not used for artistic works, though, sound lab (1980/K19) tyranny of the tuned mathematical
Designing Gestures (poster study on ars electronica 2003) / G. Dirmoser performance and website video record (1989/K232) until the early 80s at MIT sequenzer Winfried Ritsch
theater is thus the performative. digital hijack (Luc Courchesne) Video Clip sound animation as real-time process (1986/K332) sound piano (1980/K52) musical instrument
Institutions affiliated with ArchiMedia & ars electronica / G. Dirmoser abrasion of art on the construction site (Fakeshop) (1999/K321) (Lynn Hershman) (1987/K98) underwater microphones graphical music visible music
(AH) the art work does not exist (1999/P66) (K. Obermaier, R. Spour) (W. Giers) (1979/K46) (1979/K19)
(Stadtwerkstatt) (1994/II-K108) (1987/K57) electronic timbre (1979/K18)

performative installations
Additional specialized literature is listed radially in the area of the content sectors until the viewer becomes an active interactive videos computer animation (1993/K260)
(Rosa Binaria) (1993) Autonomie der Klänge sound synthesis Radio Violins
Interactive Cinema navigation through voices film techniques that timbre dynamics electronics and automation for catharsis computer concert
participant (1979/K17) (1989/K106) (1989/K294)
Social Club (1999/J94) (1989/K225) (Luc Courchesne) switch the time and space audio microscope (1987/K59) (1980/K43) the analysis and synthesis of (1994/II-K120) (G. Rabl)
Japanese Animation! (Jon Rose)
(Stadtwerkstatt) With Lynn Hershmann, Jeffry Shaw, suggestion for a PRIX category A Cybernetic Sculpture
(AH) The art object is not the axes (1998/K197) sound performance virtual reality and (magnifying small sounds) music (1979/K03)
Questions of little use: computer or the display, but the interactive cinema ACA Media Arts Festival music for the glove (M. Nyman) (1999/K385) electroacoustics
(2000/K283) (MAIZ) Peter Weibel, Bill Seaman ... their interactive (LesLevine) (1979/K10) (M. Reinhart, the electronic musician (AH) Mandala System (V. John Vincent)
expanded cinema (2003/F19,K393)
Ars: Performativity
What does all of this have to do with art? interactivity of both interacting (Jane Veeder)(1984/K128) (Mark Trayle)
Old /vs/ new (electronic) media
(historical) anthropology 29 socio-logical view Cyberspace and society
works can be derived directly from their
experience with performance art (AH) with the participant.
(Peter Krieg) (1991/P140) V. Widrich)
(S. Tomioka, K. Yamamura, U. Tanaka, S.
(Erik Hobijn, Lydia
(Scott Fisher)
(1990/II-K295)
rotor system with interaction with sound & design modules (1994/II-K26)
ethnology Performance stage as future cinema Interstitial (1994/K162) (2002/T exhibition "Animations" P.S.1 NY Hirata, S. Sakamoto, A. Kondoh, M. Shinka) loudspeakers (1990/II-K307)
algorithmic audio cybernetic view
"take over" of electronic media art (take over /vs/ self-disbandment)
theology / New Age discourse Siehe auch: Sicht der Sorge many performances use "new" as Mediality
(S. Krämer, R. Ascott)
sensory environment
(2003/K300)
Why are aesthetic criteria
applied to software (Carole Ann Klonarides)
digital advertising these projects are ultimately nothing other than
Lunch, Z´EV)
(1991/K103) Sound Experiments (1996/K268)
(Auinger, Just Merrit, et al.)
(2003/K228)
white noise
ethnography societal view kulturtheoretische Sicht media (see: Performance Study)
Pixelspaces – DAMPF Live Electronic (2003/K13) ... and not
stereographic films carnival shows (1997/P53) game sounds
(2001/K94) (H. Deisl)
(1982/K184)
performance studies ethnography Performance practice performative criteria? (DG) computer-controlled compare: 25 systemic view
other poster studies:
computer animation /
Sensory Environments – Immaterial Interfaces video production (as trailblazers) (2001/K209)
26 temporal view
cultural anthropology Anthroposcope (1993/K398) performance art (1992/II-K48) editing (1984/K122) historical view
(2003/F14, K299) (Heimo Ranzenbacher, Horst Hörtner) media actions (Laura Bellof) (1999/K402) comp. generated
http://www.servus.at/kontext/ausstellungskunst/art_in_context.htm media anthropology anthropological view / (Laurent Mignonneau, Christa Sommerer)
video transmission Film (Rolf Herken)
(Fred Forest) Raindance !!
visual effects
sociology and performance structural affinity with media performance mixed reality WebCinema (2001/K106) (1979/T) Walkman is presented formal view
Festival for: Art, Technology and media performance Sensory Environments electronic nozzles
sociological discourse ethnological view Society (1979/K01)
media art
(1989/K275) (1994/P108) performance (MF) Trace of the viewer in the
(Nora Barry)
VJs of the club scene (PRIX) 1969 Ronald Michael Baecker: (1985/T) portable CD-Player view of the score modulate a stream
(cf. construction of this study) TRANSIT: I. Bordoni,
exoticism discourse (David Chesworth) image ... (MF) (AH) "closed-circuit" of the (2001/K87) stagnation in perfection Interactive Computer-mediated of water view of signs (2) see: process view view of
Join-In Concert A.Bosshard, K. Hentschläger, (1997/K354) (H. Zachmann)
tribalism debate democraticization of (D. Bruckmayr) mixed reality applications (2003/K328) real-time animation software Animation (PW) (2001/P98)
(1980/K05/K55) (Peter Zegveld) H. Hörtner, M. Kreihsl, R. Paci DAMPF Lab: dance performance interactive video image cartoon (film) culture 3D audio-siphon view of agreement control syste
(tribal culture)
theological view mass events
(1980/K05) Linzer Sound Street
(2001/K25) (1991/K314) Daló, W. Rogojsza, G. Stocker,
Performances transferred to avatars (see below)
Cologne, Futurelab, V2_Lab Rotterdam,
surveillance
Realtime 3D Visuals vector-based real-time animation script view (Paul DeMarinis)
This kind of music has become a
structuralism discourse (1980/K61) I.Strobl, T. Ungvary, Mia Zabelka Animax Multimedia-Thater Bonn (Basicray, Crashsite, animation technology (F. Fischnaller, M. Monzani) rotation from cybernetics
Online-Performances (2001/K37) installations formula (2000/P197) (Peter Rehberg)
(game rules of art) patchwork (Michael Jüllich) (AH) society of Interactive Performance (3 ORF Landesstudios) (2003/K302) M. Bruner, K. Taschler, (2001/K196) "Banja" total simulation feature photorealism (1999/K349) virtual time – loudspeaker through the process
film (1984/K124) (1990/P70) can the subjective (John Driscoll) PRIX stochastic matrix
biographies interactivity (new art form) developed by ..... Stocker´s Ruf nach Linz Nappi) (2000/K314) movement view / dynamic view to performative
ritual view Online communities
culture for all Scott Fisher, Ann Marion
(AH) the performer controls electronic
Ars: Performance – mixed reality Interactive VR art works compare:
experience of time
be programmed?
(1980/K132) Jury (for chord concatenations)
(1979/K36)
analysis
Literature: Community Internet Radio 27 process view schematizing compositional whirling
1979-82
and reputation capital stage images through sensors (attached performance focus in real time (2001/K301) historical view (Georg Franck)
1984
Wie geWOHNT – Neue Wohnkezepte auf dem Broadcasting (2002/K196) Flying large four- (T. Margolis) processes (1979/K34) instruments control system technology
(Baudrillard) All our machines are screens, we ourselves (2002/K258) to the body) in real time (1990/II-K57) view of acceleration (AH) Musikgesteuerte
dimensional figures in (VOSIM – Prof. Kaegi) (1989/K320)
Prüfstand / Symposium 2003 have become screens, and people's relationships with one integrated media performance Laserprojektion
Internet as social space (1997/K386) MUDs, MOOs
Performative Interfaces the sky with an airplane. Video-on-demand event view I (Max Eastley) remote-controlled
LifeTool, Computer Aided Communication another have become those of screens. socio-cultural (PoMo CoMo) (1992/K226) (Monika Fleischmann) (Steve Poleskie) (1995/K175) view of the act orbital acceleration active score – (Paul Earls) (1980/K102)
sensory systems
Terminal bar (Bruce Damer) animation projects (R. Lozano-Hemmer et al.) concert performance (2) temporalization (AH)
Die Individualität der Medien – Eine Geschichte life counselling for software scene social networking (1982/K106) (J. Smetschka) (2001/K358) (1986/K231)
Kickass-Engine interactive automatic musical
(David Rokeby) Those who create interactive BBS, Info-DB (1997/P84) (2001/K57) composition (P. Barbaud)
der Wissenschaften vom Menschen / participants/children interfaces assume social responsibility culture systems (2004) (1980/K05) An Internet actuated and electronic the term "process" was central (2001/K207) graphical instrument Telesteuerung (PV) cybernetic sculptures
Stefan Rieger Face Settings Recombinant 9.9.99 video performance for Ascott around 1980 (Steve Mann) (1997/K218) (K. Furukawa, (1979/K51) (Wen-Ying Tsai)
(2003/P23) gaming communities (2001/K20) uploaded Performance performance Happening concert performance
film series "artificial
simulation view high-speed surveillance
(Kathy Rae Huffman) Telecenter (2004) life" (1993/K282) M. Fujihata, mutual effects between
Technologies for People With Handicaps lines of demarcation (1997/F51) (1997/K154) (Stelarc)
Elektronic Happening (K: Naut Humon) (1999/K380) superhighways (see right) real-time composition for conceptual-systemic
(1997/K364) Internet cafe In Yokohama, Ito realized a performance of W. Münch) environment and artwork
1994/K98/2 "separating" persons in Social Web Multi-User-Dungeons MediaMOO: (1984/K147) (Paik, Moorman) (Sound Traffic Control, Mix- visual sensor registering movements 12 radio receivers art (2) (AH)
MUD MOO MOO Workshop "networks" for "samplers", "performance devices", (G. Stocker) The products of this (media) art (1999/K347)
CARETEC exhibition a space (John Coate, Multi-User-Dimensions for media
Scenarios for Virtual Electronic Cafe master Mike, Scratch Perverts, (AH) the focus is much more on real-time in space (1989/K317) (Konrad Becker)
researchers "interface devices" for interaction between these (AH) process instead of are shifted from object to process, from information
Station Rose) (2002/K253) collective weblogs (2004) (Project 1984 Los Angeles) Telematic performances (ML) Powerbook Orchrstra, The movement functional descriptions of dance
1960/70s
(1998/P100) (Scott Sona Snibbe) Communities processes than on completed formal languages
(1995/K139) and computer connections of harbor networks and presentation to interaction and communication, Vision System
Text collection from Willi Mayrwöger: virtual communities (1996/K389) FreeNet initiatives (2004) Viewers and actors on site can be networked with User, T. Brinkmann, Richie essence works or as the Japanese researcher-artist Masaki
control notation show similarities with those
with other networks
2004
(AH) The communication artist (2004) Digital Communities people in other places in an interactive, multimedia Hawtin, Ikue Mori, Barry (1995/K178) (optical tracking) of software code electronic musical score
Computer-Didaktik in der Sonderpädagogik / (O. Frommel) (Toyo Ito) (1995/K59) Fujihata has said, "from document to event". foundation of cybernetic
addresses the wide-ranging Multimedia for all (H.-J. Hack) Schwartz, Stefan Betke, first approximations to the performative view (2003/K314) (Scott deLahunta)
Roy Ascott had his first idea of an
digital communities
R. Bonfranchi process (1999/J68) (2001/K322) reading the user's
social impacts of the Internet (1997/P88) Otomo Yoshhide, Scot Jenerik, Mazk, Sam Auinger, thinking (1986/II-125)
Behinderte Kinder am Computer / M. Meyer "art of behavior" and the "cybernetic vision" (PRIX ab 2004) Virtual Appearance "Modules", Christian Marclay, Musical arrangement is obstinate movement (MF) script languages score for television projects
as early as 1966 community networks Social CODE (Symposium) The category "Interactive Art" (1998/II-K64) OODA-Loop: inherently interactively processual. art works artworks as
Elektronische Kommunikationshilfen für socio-cultural applications of the Internet Terre Thaemlitz, DJ Olive, Carl Stone, Kit Clayton) (Stahl Stenslie) the flowing, (Stadtwerkstatt) Encoded Music
(2003/F11) gaming communities deals with interactive works of observation processualness of (Werner Jauk) (1995/P27) decentral, process-oriented graphics and music SW complex systems robo-ecologies (1993)
nichtsprechende SchülerInnen ... / A. Lingen ... who set links to other artists On paradigm changes, (Golan Levin) understanding music as a kind (Alex McLean, Adrian Ward)
in turn (1996/P47) (2004) all kinds ... from installations orientation
new role models, working media art (2003/K13) character of a large portion dynamic systems of software (H. Ranzenbacher)
Computer- und Informationstechnologie – (AH) ... Myron Krueger, Roy Ascott and Radio FRO conference (2000/K308) (2003/F38) cybernetic sculpture
2003
community art all the way to performance decision cybernetic art
Geistigbehinderten-pädagogische Perspektiven therapeutic discourse 30 behavior view Fred Forest thus also stress the "concept of action" or the participative WWW works (DH) Towards a Society of Control control society (2004) view of action action
models, and the creative shift of significance from the process-oriented of interactive art beyond a rigid (M. Fujihata, K. Furukawa, Code – Notation (2003/K341) (Wenig-Ying Tsai) (1983)
burst(2001/F08) (2000/K214) CODE (2)
Hg. Wolfgang Lamers disability studies "matrix of behavior" as a fundamental precondition for download, manipulate, upload, (2003/F15) (Cindy Cohn, Towards a Society of Control? object to the dynamic system languages geometry (AH) W. Münch) ((2000/K309)
Art Com Electronic Network
Christiane Asschenfeld, Juliane (2003/K13)
shift in time self-organization
Augmentative und alternative Communication / Gestalt therapy The term "behavior" was the participants' behavior and aesthetic characteristic ACEN (1986) (1989/K130) control (robots) (O.L. Tremetzberger) (2003/K54) Code and Music – Technique and
(AH) technical (Dan Graham) reaktiv, responsiv
of an "aesthetics of communication". Alton, M. Terkessidis, E. Möchel) (knowbotic research)
David Beukelmann, Pat Mirenda psychodrama / psychotechniques central for Ascott around 1980 As artists working with electronic community contributions to a lasting change
in the form of a project: (K. Becker, A. Toner, M. Vojtechovsky, Modern Electroacoustic 28 pragmatistic view process character of action
model bedroom with eye-
controlled projection reproducability spatial representations the temporal structure (1992/K136)
of WWW works
creativity while composing
(Jonathan Norton) (2003/K294) triggern
therapeutic pedagogy No Man´s Land digital media, we are constantly (electronic Bulletin Board) Z. Blace, Eugen Babau-Iladi, H. Harger) primitives Visitation Mass see also: political view instead of original pseudo 3D electronics as
behavior of forms - forms of behavior (Eva Grubinger, Antonio Muntadas, (Lynn Hershman) (1997/P119) motion capturing
system theory (Roy Ascott) (1995/P20) Robot installationen / reminded that when we create (Diamanda Galas)
see also: power-theoretical view VRML temporal structure of correlating body/movement gentle technology
BBS Bulletin Board Douglas Davis, Jenny Holzer, Ed Stastny, learning and knowledge (Andrea Juno) with a telematic circulation, feedback,
dance theory
Cognitive behavior patterns that are
implanted and emergent digital artworks, we are really building
behavior (the parasites, the undomesticated, virtual machines. Every aid (regardless
Joachim Blank, Karl Heinz Jeron) communities (2004) (1990/II-K234)
(1986/K83)(1989/J59) role view see also: historical view
model
simulation software (AH) Appropriation and
Was ist eine Virtual Reality
animation works (1997/K285) (Stadtwerkstatt)
counterpart self-controlling,
(1979/K05)
simulation instead of the original self-organization, the term "system" was central
multiplied and replicated through communication the inverted scavengers, ...) of whether "soft" or "hard") is a mechanistic Cyber society – Myth and Reality of the (2004) digital citizens' participation Sermon on the Mount (1984/K187) action bots Modelling Language (VRML) kinetic (Heimo Ranzenbacher)
(Bognermayr, Zuschrader, Prünster)
motion tracking autopoiesis (AH) for Ascott around 1980
were called "topoi", "habits" or "cliches". They were (L.-P. Demers, Bill Vorn) immitation of a small area of human Information Society (book) (AH) aesthetics of action simulation works (David Blair) interference objects (2003/K334) following filmed
regarded as social constants that were stable, (1996/K262) see below behavior. (1996/K203) (Simon Penny)
neighborhood citizens' conferences (2004)
Some Code to Die for
radio view tele-actors (PV) acting remotely (FF)
Simulation set of operations (1995/K220) Multi-User-VRML ultrasound movement (P. Barbaud) (1979/K51) passers-by Logicaland (M. Aschauer,
except for marginal changes. This characteristic expressive automatons (1996/P129) There is no world view or art, no Wearable System (GPS for interactive 3D-cinema world (1997/K390) holograms (M. Desbazeille, J. Deinhofer, Maia Gusberti,
social structure or symbolic order that (Leo Findeisen) (2003/K73) hobby religion in virtualization of action with Nik Thönen) (2002/K364)
gets lost in the discussion of "memes". determining position) Conveying
(AH) disclosing simulation space mosaic of mobile (1988/K276) light-kinetic the kinetic complex S. Canto) (2001/P100)
(1996/K34) (H. Hrachovec) could do without art (DM) belonging to a community (MF) films like electronic remote action (PV) (1998) decentered connective To simulate processes of life: Evolution, objects (H.M. Ihme) regulators (2002/P34)
Changing the behavior of actions data sounds (Knowbotic Research) Centerbeam (Gyorgy Kepes)
(AH) Krueger discovered that users Concerns of music are Indian philosophy final phantasie science fiction, socio-fiction, political fiction ... actions (ML) breeding and selection (OG): Thomas Speaker Swinging light machine
1993
puppets through changes in Social Software (1993/P98) (1980/K98) syntax of binary images
Behavior is movement, in which an quickly identify with a figure in a tendencies to excessive Indranet Thse are role plays, parallel strategies, Ray, Christa Sommerer, Karl Sims, (Gordon Monahan) (1980/K120)
Artifical Life (2) stockmarket courses (2004) AEC as "Evangelist" (MF) Unlike immersive image strategies kinetic cybernetic feedback (Woody Vasulka)
intention can be recognized. The game, if it reacts to instructions in behaivor (Diamanda Galas) Is God flat? Is the devil ... scattered images of a future cyberspace (PV) harmonizing actions A brief introduction to the Jane Prophet (1988/K277)
(Erwin Redl) (1996/P152) Station Rose in the (1996/P14) that draw the viewer into a space of illusion, games as simulation light sculpture play of movement (2001/K353) (1989/J22)
combination of simple behavior real time. It is not the realistic (1986/K84) Social Web (1997/K426)
curved? (1995/P112)
(Stahl Stenslie)
(Nam June Paik) his career: art of flight simulation (war games with simulated Music for Mechanical Metal kinetic sculpture
the mixed reality concept focusing on the (C. Möller,
ars: on simulation
patterns produces "personality" (M. Benayoun) transforming television and new (Chryssa Vardea) (Roland Kayn)
behavior of complex systems portrayal that determines Techno-religious ecstasies spin-offs (Monika Fleischmann) Mixed Reality: body-space experience leads the viewer into an (Ron Reisman) radar data on missile (1996/P211) R. Kramm) cyberneticists and physicists
or "predisposition" (2003/K183) Holography and Society video techniques into contemporary (1980/K101) (1986/K184)
aesthetic pleasure, but rather the (2000/K213) The interfaces as input/output instrument is not a action-oriented situation that leaves room and (1990/II-K159) guiding computer systems) (Gordon Monahan) (1994/P132) H.W. Franke – ars co-founder
Immersion in war pictures - removing, (Vito Orazem) art (1982/K102)
(PW) Systems theory approach to the identification with the controlled behavior. (PW) Intelligent Working up to the rank multimedia instrument, but an instrument of action imagination for thinking. Symposium (1979/K02)
deleting (Maurice Benayoun, Jean- Survival by kinetic water display calculations by
Journey through the behavior of complex systems (1994/K09) products, intelligent of a god in the MOO Instinct TV for a synaesthetic transformation of the perception Kinetic Art
Babtiste Barriere) CAVE work Fiction and Simulation Simulation (1989/K191) analog computers
spiritual essence of the trance
(2002/P100) (United Game Artists)
... the immediacy of experience results
realistic behavior and not from the realistic
from the
(1998/P70)
ambients, the whole
technology evolution show
(1997/K174) 29 TV view II Instant TV
Reaction-Action TV
of media space.
(MF) the transfer of image data is (U. Reck) ... For this reason, aesthetic endeavors (Friedrich A. Kittler)
(AH) 3D simulation as a new
quality of illusion
(Peter Weibel) (Stephen Pevnick) are a kinetic (AH) What these "systems of media art
have in common is that the virtual world
models of behavior and actions thus harmonized with the dynamics of (1988/K87) (1990/II-K20) "acting out"
graphical representation. that we are always handicapped (Alison Cornyn, Sue Johnson) Catastrophe TV and developed practices are currently progressing 50s-70s / affinity changes depending on and with the observer
(Tetsuya Mizuguchie) (based on Kandinsky) (1998/P30) (knowbotic research) Tokyo 1997 electronic physical actions kinetic sculpture
without knowing it (1994/K26) prison life (2001/P50) Fernsehfamilie decidedly from representation to activity, from (Edmont Couchot) The extent of to media art Gyroscope (tilt and as part of the system in real time. Weibel
simultaneity (J. Sauter, D. Lüsebrink) (1997/K258)
Technology and magical mystery tour (AH) Die Vorstellung von einem „idealen Zuschauer“, der sich confessional HDTV interactive television (1991/K91) (Stadtwerkstatt) (Roy Ascott) (1995/P20) toward an orientation to action mimesis to experimental action. the space of possibility that a Puttting images into a virtual information lateral movement), odometer consequently regards them as "cybernetic
code of behavior entsprechend der Kalkulation des Künstlers verhält und die ihm (AH) real-time processes
Scientology vs. simulation model opens up, depends real time (terms) (speed)
cultural anthropology
mythic view the irrational
(Mark Pauline)
"Turn On, Turn In, DropOut ..."
Timothy Leary (LSD-Guru)
(1998/P60) (Wendy Vissar) zugewiesene Rolle ernst nimmt oder seine ihm angebotene victims of the information age Newsgroup (1996/P100) (1971/T) "Media-Bus" (Martina Leeker) Theater people criticize Installation for computer-controlled
on the boundaries of the model.
architecture following the pan of the camera
(1979/K35) sound mapping project
systems", the events of which are structured
recursively as feedback.
Freiheit mißbraucht, sei, (so Popper) eine unausgesprochene Nerve Theory: shades of catatonia TV technology TV art start of TV station operated technical interactivity and describe it as Radio International short-wave receivers (1998/K175)
(PV) ... It turns out that words
accidence – remote-controlled (1998/P94)
structuralism (discourse) (1990/II-K232) (David Sheff) The Jewelry Box Voraussetzung für das Gelingen des Kunstwerks und die (PW) The so-called handicapped (R. Adrian, N. Math) car jumps (Leo Schatzl)
Delphi Digital (B. Loibner, T. Sherman) (1998/K244) television as by artists interpassivity. They establish an shortened City (1998/P50) are not models. In my opinion, (Iain Mott, Marc Raszewski,
myth discourse (1990/II-K241) relationship with erfolgreiche Intergration des Betrachters ... person is only a special case, who dramaturgy of (1991/K215) s.u.
deconstructivism
mythological view (Margot Pilz, Roland Scheidl)
(1991/K163)
minus points makes the general human condition artistic device
(1989/K154) (1984/T) MTV sendet in Europa
concept of action. (Thomax Kaulmann)
Free B92
Horizontal Radio:
telematic radio network
the event is the nerve of information models are images.
real time (PV) (1998)
Jim Sosnin)
digital intro for TV
theories of memory
(ML) The emphasis on the performative does
not establish a new, universal order here, but tape recorder voices
(1997/P136) (Mark Madel) of being handicapped visible.
(1994/K17)
(PW) We move too slowly, that is why
(Stadtwerkstatt) broadcasts
(1986/T) television project PONTON (K149) 2h TV (ML) The transgression lies in the fact that in the (1999/K395) project (1995/K354) (E. Couchot)
process art
system for
real-time synthesis
art as physical sensatio
we have the car; we can't fly, so we build (1987/T) Stadtwerkstatt TV 1st attempt (K165) media performance the interaction is no longer used (1999/P38) (G. Stocker) (1999/J397) PureDataConnections
alchemy, hermetics Realtime-Audio-
Literature:
esoteric debates / New Age discourse
31 view of metamorphosis transformation itself instead becomes the new
principle of cultural order (see below)
(Manfred Riepe) mystical dimensions
(1991/K286)
posing stimuli on the screen
(2003/K188) (Casey Reas)
(Baudrillard)
The virtual human, motionless before
airplanes; we can't calculate fast enough ...
deformities
(1989/K148) (1987/T) STWST-TV Kabel-FS im Hotel (1988/K213) as a paradigm for action, but as a performative
process. Instead of interaction, there is a confrontation SOS Radio TNC OZOne, Radio Qualia,
Radiotopia (2003/K203) Cinematics
(1984/K48)
Blick, Stimme und (k)ein Körper / (Claire Roudenko-Bertin) We are essentially handicapped, we just don't Radio Free Utopia
digital broadcasting (1989/T) Van Gogh TV – Studio (1989/K115) (2002/K427) (M. Pinter, Renate Oblak, (1999/K380)
Mona Sarkis psychology search for elves (1992/K159) Behavior rules and reactive his computer, makes love via the screen notice it. (1994/K17) (Anita Gratzer) (Friederike Pezold) (1989/T) Gründung University TV (1990/I-K198) with what is happening. (Beusch, Cassani) Radio Lada (1998/K79) W. Ritsch, M. Pichlmaier)
performative theories media as site of transition (DM) structures (2003/K192) and lectures through teleconferencing. He (1999/K324) (1996/K366)
sonic graphics – seeing sound / Matt Woolman
ethnology magical view (Agnes Meyer-Brandis) interest in myths (Darrin Butts) becomes both motorically and cerebrally Stille elektronische Post (1986)
(1989/T) Stadtwerkstatt - slot machine TV, live on 3sat
(1990/T) Van Gogh TV – Hotel Pompino (1990/I-K159)
Looking at ORF Kunstradio, VanGoghTV and TNC Network remixing radio programs Free Speech (1999/K405)
Camp – FRO
art as real-time event
Speech, music, sound / Theo van Leeuwen (2003/F42/P112) (1993/P68) (R. Kriesche, G. Bechthold) Xchange, one notes an interesting development: "heavy rotation revisor" (2003 OK) Online-Generation/Automation of Data/Sounds
Information is thus the handicapped .... (1996/K412) (Harwood) (1990/T) STWST-TV – Invasion-Okkupation (Buffalo NY) (2000/F46)
Medien/Stimmen / Hg. Cornelia Epping-Jäger, analytical philosophy ... cheaper and simpler technology creates (MEGO) On-line/On-site/On-air sound installation
exact opposite of myth illusionist out of body experiences Rehearsal of Memory (mental patients Zusammenschaltung 2er Studios (1991/T) STWST-TV Out of Control (1991/K89) first TV ars Radio FRO (2001/K406) Ponton – Van Gogh TV:
linguistic philosophy greater freedom, individuality and diversity (Colin Fallows, Heidi Grundmann)
Erika Linz transformation view (Kittler) performative transformations in a high security hospital) (1986/II-K275) (1992/T) Piazza Virtuale – documenta 9 Radioqualia (1998/K105) radio project (A. Krach, J. Sienknecht, S. Gründler, C. Fallows, Dusan Bauk,
rhetoric / topic ritual performance with butchering (1998/K78)
Zwische Rauschen und Offenbarung – Zur (1995/K79) face made of (1992/T) STWST-TV Im Teilchendschungel der W. ... (92/K198) (1989/K110)
and preparation of a chicken. (1986) (P. Eisenman) (cf. 1994/K56) Out of control (4) TV-Sculpture net radio A.Vasiljevic, R. Klajn, G. Paunovic, A. Garton, J. Curtis,
Kultur- und Mediengeschichte der Stimme / linguistics single drawings Eliza dialogues (1966) (1995/T) STWST-TV Checkpoint 95 (1995/K323) radio technology
(Minus Delta T) (1989/J135) avatars transformation of the sign (Aldo Tambellini) Kunstradio network M. Smith, Sandra Wintner, G. Gregson, S. Cathey,
Ed. F. Kittler, Th. Macho, Sigrid Weigel structuralism
speech act theory trash view Myth of Information
(1995/K) (1995/K117)
(S. Zeyen)
(1997/P140)
(Selim Koder) (1994/K51) (Weizenbaum) 30 therapeutic view exhibition of the Prinzhorn collection
(1991/K245) (Ferenc Jádi) (1992/II-K110) (2000/T) Televisio – Kunst sieht fern / Vienna
Manifesto (1998/K101) Familie Auer (Kunstradio) Emilia Telese, T.M. Didymus, H. Harger, A. Hyde,
Transformationen der Techno-Ästhetik (essay the virtual vampire New Age cyberculture overall data work see below (1992/K194) Beginning 1987 ORF and its partner 3SAT free radios and
(1997/K411) R. Bastien, S. Chappelle, Joelle Ciona,
pragmatics/interactions and (McKenzie Wark) world premiere of the television (Heidi Grundmann) from NET:ART to NET.RADIO
in: Digitaler Schein) / Peter Weibel (Doro Franck) (1996/K231) (Roy Ascott) (1989/K100) (1994/II-K98) color recognition device, whistle open transmissions for media artists P. Courtemanche, anna Friz, Eileen Kage,
1989
spectacle "Willoughby Sharp´s (1989/K276) their problems (1998/K75) (Josephine Bosma)
emoticons / Karin Niedermeier conversation analysis
sociolinguistics
see also: filmic view
see also: topological view
The New Myth
(1990/II-K221)
the mythical TV space
Morphing Morphing Software connectivity,
transformation and
ideological tendencies
view of handicaps interface to telephone, keyboard for the blind,
Speaking Thermometer, ...) Downtown NY 1986" (1986/K388) throughout Europe
from Van Gogh TV and Stadtwerkstatt
(1996/K352) see below
B. Mullan, W. Sergeant, T. Cole,
Andrea Sodomka, M. Breindl, N. Math art as energy flow
(Frank Ogden) of media art (first TV project at the ars!) (1999/J90)
linguistic performance theory "My Neighbourhood" (1996/J98) Open Air – A Radiotopia W. Ritsch
literature studies Materia Prima
(1995/K99)
the space-maker (1994/K160) 100th image as morphing basis transcendence (New Age cultures) (1998/K290) see also: body view, education view etc. IBVA system (Interactive Brainware
radio art On line – on site – on air art as act
(1998/P137) (T. Waliczky) see also: psychoanalytical view Visual Analyzer) for simple command processes TV Poetry webcam art net radio has to react
literature discourse (Code) (2003/K12) (DM) mathematics and its as magician Mysticifactions: (1989/J51/J52) the confrontation of art at Minus Delta t robot arms moved solely "Piazza Virtuale", the interactive computer (unplugged 2002/F16)
nimbus of the magical by thought (Gebhard Sengmüller) environment for live TV from the Ponton European to its environment
(Randal Walser) the archetypal level shows technology voice, breath and gaze handicapped by a Radiophone poetry – Radiolabor (1992/K202)
linguistic turn (discourse) technological magic Bermuda Triangle (Isao Tomita) (1982/K193)
(1995/K223) (I. Burgbacher-Krupka) mystically (1986/K07) The myth of (Spiegel 03.2004) (1993/K382) (1998/P21) Media Art Lab, with Picturephone, ISDN, with games new radio play Radio Subcom (1998/K75)
(1990/II-K206) recognition systems wheelchair
(1989/J52) VR als virtual drug (1990) (1989/J118) (1999/J356)
media mysticism (1986/K148) the artificial (1991) and activities that can be controlled with via telephone (1980/K07) (1989/K163) radio goals (J. Sugár)
Video Magic The Mind of Universe (Isao Tomita) (1984) (1989/J122) (1998/II-K290) (AH) Technological progress goes from the (Jon Berge) (1997/P138) Live TV experiments
(E. Schoener) Cyborgsurrealismus (AH) physical keys, and chat programs using modem, fax, telephone (1996/K352)
Erdenklang (Erika Gangl, Bognermayr, Zuschrader, ...) diabolic invisibility 2nd Nature "guided hand" (keyboard or mouse) to gesture and voice, existence in electronic (E. Kluitenberg, E. Davis,
(1979/K50) (1997/K63) s.u. cosmological model rehabilitation measures wheelchair as interface and live entry points RealRadio art as transmission Rasa Smite, Raitis Smits,
magical-symbolic elements (1982) (1989/J120) Myth of the Computer (MF) (GMD)
then to the simple gaze and finally from the gaze space (1994/K158)
(1994/K160) (Markus Seidl) (Dieter Daniels)
musical magic (Haraway) Aurora Electronica (...) gambling and spirituality Mullicans to thought. for navigation Borut Savski, Rachel
(1996/K420) (Nancy Paterson) Myth of AI manipulation aids (Mintz, Ditmars, Duggan) Piazza Virtuale – Service Area (1994/K232) (1997/K388)
(1990/K-I-20) (S. Leoni) Intergalactic "mating" (Jon Hassell, Thomas Shannon) electronic cane for the blind (1996/P146) Closed-circuit-TV Baker (1998/K90)
Cyborg as carnivalesque art is media-mysticism (Adrian X) (1989/K146) see below
(1988) (19989/J151) autonomous wheelchair (1994/K159)
transitional figure every art form has (1989/J52) (1998/II-K275) Thus, telepresence maps onto three long-term projects in the mythological-electronic mobility aids (GuideCane) Ugo Ugo Lhuga "art radio" was the attempt to experience
techno-mysticism history of ideas, including their mythical, magical, and utopian rehabilitation Live TV with telepresence
(Bilwet/Adilkno) its origins in magic transformations of techno-utopianism music theater "collisions" Note: the orality view (S. Hawking) technologies for people children interacting with radio as it could have been, if it had not
connotations. These are, first, the dream of artificial life and (Stadtwerkstatt)
(1997/K135) (1991/K111) electro-acoustical techno-aesthetics (PW) (1996/K35) (Transcenic/Theatre d´en Face) has been relocated perception aids technique with handicaps computer-generated figures in become a centralized mass medium
techno-paganism automation; second, the tradition of virtual realities in art;
(1994/K19) (1995/K323)
(Z. Karkowski) visitation mass overwriting and transgressing (1984/K223) (1989/J125) (1994/II-K98) a television show (Toshio Iwai)
irony and humor
(Diamanda Galas) classical arts (PW) and third, the occult prehistory of telecommunication, motivating the visually
to communicate visually via
impaired night vision devices CARETEC exhibition
real-time solution
in the multimedia networks
not feasible
(1994/K252) (1999/J428) art as action
in cyberfeminism the state of the world after which operates permanently within structures of Ugo Ugo Lhuga Live from TV work to
(1986/K83)(1989/J59) MARX (O. Augst, M. Daemgen, electronic aids for radio art is not
art as performance
ars: on handicaps
Internet (1996/P136) (only TV networks have sufficient
Electrolobby as international
(Birgit Richard)
(VR) design was
its techno-transformation (PW) ideaes for leaving the body (OG) voice view C. Korn, T. Desy) (2003/F22) (Elisabeth Goldring) the handicapped bandwidth)
(it was possible to speak with the figures) radio projects sound art
game lab (2001/K195)
(1999/J336) techno-séance
(1994/K162)
inspired by alchemist The techno-world of machines represents a
(P. Weibel) Instead of original - technical reproductions, voice distortions SLO – Scanning COMPUTER as handicap - what computers can't do
(Stadtwerkstatt) (1998/K101) art as broadcast
scientist-comedians practices (Silver) radical transformation of being (PW)
1994
appropriation and simulation, instead of author - collective, Live TV with telepresence Ready-Made-Medium
creating realities that can be (Joe Davis) video gamel – urban (1998/II-K178) (1996/P156)
The techno-transformations of art, from machine, text, instead of truth - verdiction and virtuality,
31 orality view Vocoder (1992/II-K28) Laser Ophtalmoscope Unplugged – Methods (Symposiums) (Stadtwerkstatt) (Lev Manovich) as presentation form/TV
Until the late 80s military evaluating the emotional (1995/K324) (1995/K343) (Thomas Dreher)
experienced emotionally - even entirely parody of violence photography to the digital image, are instead of thing - medium, instead of material - communication devices
simulators - the American emergency services display of parallel space (1995/K55)
without data helmet and cybergloves (L. Hart, Julien Alma) SIMNET and applications machinic art forms (PW) immateriality, instead of reality - fiction, instead of being content of the voice (verbal output devices) device for memorizing
(2001/K20)
A carvival of misplaced devotion
(2000/F34) like flight simulators - The history of technology
and reality only signs, fictions,
simulation.
theater view II Voice Boxes (connectionist installation)
supported communication knowledge (CBT) (Tommy Lehner)
Live transmissions of
were considered the In the worst case, what (Natalie Jeremijenko)
(S.R.L.) (Seattle 1990)(1990/II-K233) adapted shooter games has always been the history (1996/K402) collection of
facilitated communication: prosthetic aids (paper tiger TV) operations from the
origin of the commercial will be left of the VR RE:MARK – transforming sounds into touched or supported while
Nybble-engine-toolZ of its myths and utopias (OG) (PW) The transformation of techno-art can onomatopoeia light signals (1995/K337) public hospital
Literature:
Borderland (shooter video game techniques (M. Jahrmann, M. Moswitzer) video game movement will be only an
infantile toy industry
auditive battle game be described as a transformation of the rhetoric view dynamic forms (Golan Levin)
(2002/K410) (Agathe Jacquillat,
writing
(instead of acoustic output means for controlling the
TV as domestic
are extremely popular
(J. Alma, L. Hart) (2000/P86) (2003/F40/P92) KlangKanone (Stichting Rainstick) ontological triple (being, work, truth) into the Tomi Vollauschek) environment (remote control) (Melita Zajc)
Blick, Stimme und (k)ein Körper – Der Einsatz (Peter Weibel) telescopy (PV) (1995/K77)
(1990/II-K30)
(1995/K258) semiotic triple (sign, medium, power). voice recognition (2003/P58)
der elektronischen Medien im Theater und in Glasfieber – bowling alley Happy Doomsday! (1998/II-K178) Bio-Mechanical Gameshow Voice System commands through face Biocybernetic technology
interaktiven Installationen / Mona Sarkis (Stadtwerkstatt) (1996/K324) (Cálin Dan) (1998/K148) DOOM II and the
ARSDOOM
art adventure professional gamers (2001/K192)
(1997/K362) (Time´s up) linguistic view speech recognition
AAC = augmentative and
muscles (1994/K198) (1994/K198) (for paraplegics) art as social issue
military version (T.H.H. Boykett: Theory of Hypercompetition)
VR-landscape "PlaceHolder" speech recognition auditive poetry alternative communication
Maschinen, Medien, Performances – Theater an culture of war (1995/K262) (C. Helbock)
der Schnittstelle zu digitalen Welten / "Marine Doom" Brucknerhaus (D. Rokeby) Computer game
(1971/T) Noan Bushnell invents the world's Text Rain (2000/K389)
(Brenda Laurel, Rachel Strickland)
(1994/P124)
see also: radio view (hearing the presence (1989/K167) speech sound On Jandl – digitalized mouths
Augmentative forms of communication: aids for self-active game (1998/K163) art as transmission
interactive art on the Net developers are the of the user) (Eku Wand) and problem-solving behavior
(1980/K76)
Martina Leeker (Ed.) culture of laughter view (Eduardo Kac) (1995/K170) (Orhan Kipcak)
contemporary masters
first commercial video game
(1972/T) Atari: video game machines "Pong"
(Camille Utterback, Romy Achituv)
articulation (gerhard rühm)
(1993/P87)
hand and foot signals, head movements,
eye movements, facial expression, gesture,
Liveness / Philip Auslander of illusion computer game in (phonation) vocal synthesis emotional expression, posture, ...
games / deconstruction and (AH) Interactivity creates an intimate relation (N. Suzuki) (1976/T) Fairchild : video game device Speech Recognition special input devices
Computers as Theatre / Brenda Laurel concert performance
modifikation (2003/K227) between the artwork and the viewer (J. Shaw) (1980/T) Pac Man (a player only managed to play (ML) Since the publication of (Leo Küpper) (1984/K29) possibilities of the Acoustic events for one
Spielfiguren in virtuellen Welten / Natascha carnival view Feedback
(1996/P150)
all 256 levels after 20 years)
(1993/K263) macpanic
"Computers as Theater" (Brenda Laurel) Voice Recognition linguistic notations of human voice voice and apparatuses (1970) Alternative forms of communication: foot-mouse, headpointer,
eyetracker
Adamowsky (AH) interactivity is generated in the various sound mikado interactive games ... are designed and Speech Translation the voice (1989/K272) AR / Audio Reality (instead of VR) (Diamanda Galas) (1986) (Ernst Jandl) (1980/K88)
sign language, images, graphic symbols
Für eine Ästhetik des Spiels / Ruth Sonderegger user interaces by touch, gesture, movement,
two-way interaction playful art video games see above (Waltraud Cooper) judged according to aspects of theater. (1999/P80) (Amanda Stewart) (Steffen Wernery) avant-garde (Wolfgang Georgsdorf)
feedback art (PV) special output devices: integrating games in
Künstliche Spiele / Ed. Georg Hartwagner, 32 playful view acoustics or sight
(Myron Krueger)
Responsive Environments
(1987/K100) Virtual Labyrinth (1995/K205) electroacoustic singer Interactive theater for 4 virtual Messa di Voce – visualized
Braille display therapy (1994/K199)
(1986/K90)
ars: the world of games
Stefan Iglhaut, Florian Rötzer (Bill Keays, Ron beings and live audience speech and song (a performance)
(2000/K365) (AH) game structure as model street theater database-based
Intermedialität – Das System Peter Greenaway gaming view (AH) mid-80s as the interactive
circuit systems interactive kaleidoskop
console kids
console games
Sissy Fight for work structure (Machiko Kusahara)
MacNeil)
(1984/K359) narration (2001/K108) (1996/K404) (Luc Courchesne) (2003/K311) (Tmema, Jaap Blonk, Joan La Barbara) sound-therapeutic objects
Yvonne Spielmann beginning of the ludic society (Nora Barry) (1979/K37)
(1979/K47) (Sidney Fels) (1998/K201) online gamehall The Ludic Society (Neil Postman) / game on literature passages games and traditional Urban Sax (K364) virtual mask celebration, story telling dynamic animation through gestures taking the (PW) The origin of technology
(1998/P62) rhetoric of hypermedia
Art_server: stargate to netculture / Margarete
Jahrmann & OK (Ed.) competitive view for Ascott the concept of "interaction
(AH) In 1962 at MIT
(2001/K194) homo ludens (Flusser) (1994/K40) (Elfriede Jelinek, culture in Japan escape game remote-controlled puppet theater
(Indesen, Krohn)
voice into consideration / visual performance system is rooted in this universal
condition of lack. (1994/K17)
art as therapy
was central around 1980 moments of interactivity the topic was covered by the O.K Linz with "Toys´n Noise" G. Hüngsberg, H. Franz) phenomena of perception in (M.G. Wagner, Concept: computers as (Ken Feingold) (Golan Levin) (2000/P82) Audiovisual Environment Suite
Nybble-Engine / M. Jahrmann, M. Moswitzer (at Ars before 1989) (PW) E. Sutherland described (Art_server: stargate to netculture) theater (Brenda Laurel) (1996/P134) GOLEM – an digital storytellers
consoles (R. Kuwakubo) computer games (2001/K69) S. Carroll)
a "sketchpad system" for interactive opera (DM) films are determined to a
Der bewegte Betrachter – Theorien der immersive (1989/K87) Shared Environments on dramatic interaction new methods of storytelling (?) ("Huge Harry" = voice synthesis
interaktiven Medienkunst / Annette Hünnekens view of interactivity interaction (2002)
interactive computer
graphics der Multi-User-Games
literature game (2000/K397) (2002/F044) (T. O. Meissner) see also: view of fashion (1990/II-K259) ATHE-MOO (Richard Teitelbaum)
(1990/K-I-84)
media opera by (mixed reality technology – pop-up book) high degree by rhetoric machine) (1997/K110)
(1997/K433) (Kenji Iguchi, Tomoki Saso) (2003/K420) Virtual Voices
Ästhetik der Inszenierung / Ed. J. Früchtl et al. paradoxes of (2001/K20) multi-actor-server Pixelspaces (small conference) John Sanborn (1986)
Voice synthesis
Die Zeitgenössische Dramatik und die neuen see: entertainment view
see: sports aspects
user interaction (2001) interactive art interaction (1989)
mobile games (2002/P24)
space as game – view of staging Critique (Patrice Pavis) (1999)
every machine, every technology,
opera cabaret
(AH) Merging individual art forms into an integral
(ML) one of art's tasks is to
expose and deconstruct the rhetorics of
From Text to Speech
(1997/K120)
Medien (essay) / Patrice Pavis (AH) interactive media art as game as space every computer being is a foreign
Arleen Schloss
art form ... that conjoins new media with theater,
Unexpected Obstacles – The work of Perry
Hoberman 1982-1997
performativity discourse
theater theory
see: interface view In the Network of Systems -
for an interactive art interactive art
(PRIX)
"the art form" of the 90s
(Masuyama)
game
(2002/F12)
(HK) Yet we are also confronted with computer theater studies view body in the heart of theater
performance (on "Zulu Time")
(1986/K55)
opera, performance, ...
interfaces (David Rokeby) N-cha(n)t
(David Rokeby)
Mark von Raden / Energized Gaming Culture theater studies a kind of dialogue (ars 1989) (AH) (Roger Malina) Interactivity was first (AH) Interactive Media producer cyber-opera (P. Weibel) turbulent operette in the computer picks up

1989
freaks that basically don't want to do anything utterances and freely develops CAVE was conceived as
theater anthropology officially proclaimed a new art form with the Festival (Los Angeles) (1995) (2002/F12) "Wagner's Madness" electroacoustic fashion
(1997/P102) with the systems (D. Rokeby) the but operate pinball machines. Animax multimedia theater media opera "Virtual Reality Theater"
dramatic discourse establishment of the prize (1990)! "Sparky Prize" (1995/K368) (1984/K329) (Altmüller/Bogner) them (2002/F042/P072))
performance studies
(1979/K03) key word "interactivity
arose in 1988 interactivity
LINZ ... !
playful interaction (2002) music game (2002/K418) the world of
performance and play 32 theater view / opera view for children (2002/P90)
(Autorenwerkstatt MEET)
multimedia opera (?) Perfect Lives (Robert Ashley)
An Opera for Television
with scientific content and
projection possibilities corresponding
performance theory interactive (Tina Blaine, C. Forlines) computer games
"Wild-style Video Operette"
about ecology, fun, politics, evolution, Europe, energy (the three sacred E's), (1986/KII-218)
to the criteria of the showcase (SIGGRAPH 92). art as articulation
1988
types of interaction (1999) (1996/K406) (Masaki Fujihata) E.W. Adams (2002/F12) Theater
game theory media work electrolobby game design
presentation view festival house as
art of the scene
the universe, sex, household, nature, technology and sports (on P. Weibel) multimedia show (Daniel J. Sandin) (1996/J85)
art as transformation
2001
language games approach (Weibel) net games high-tech location (ML) (Patrice Pavis)
(AH) interactivity as an mediatization of interactivity (AH) one of the cores of "The Artificial Will" electronic media opera multimedia performance
postmodern views "empty" concept – electronic art and digital puzzle (1984/K239)(1989/J24/J124) (P. Weibel) (Susanne Widl, Reneé Felden, ZYX) multimedia
interaction of non-linear Robo-Cup s.r. (Hiroshi Matoba) theater as show machinery (1988/K38) theater (H. Lepka)
anthropology (of laughter) "without content" (Huhtamo) sophisticated technology
interaction design (2001) group dynamics (1994) playful interaction as a is interactivity (robo-games) (1998/K203) liveness view Theater of hybrid machines Interactive Computer
Theater (1981) telematics and total data work (AH) Art Com Electronic Network (2000/K294)
(Lawine Torrèn)
(1996/K274) (Don Ritter) dialogical interaction (2001) central "pattern" of the Ars: (1989/K87) (ML) the boundary between theater the mechanical Bauhaus stage (Woody Vasulka, David Dunn) ACEN (1986) (1989/K130) (ML) theatrical-performative-
creative see also: music theater view (1989/K168)
(2001/K79) games, music tools, ... mobile phone (Bruce Thomas) Wearable AR System modified use of games and performance and mediatized (1988/K93) (Theater of Sounds) (1990/II-K265) (Stephen Wilson) Online-Theater digital Installation
medium of interaction (2000) interaction (AH) perusing, traversing, for the game Quake (2002/F12) (Mathias Fuchs, Sylvia Eckermann, performance occurs today at the (ML) Emphasizing the performative in
games (Penelope Wehrli)

ars: theater at the nexus


searching, exploring, ... interactive WWW M. Jahrmann, Max Moswitzer, Why has this field not been mined level of "liveness", the co-presence media performance simultaneously forms (ML) theatrical digital
(2001/K87) tele-interaction (ML) Orhan Kipcak)
interaction tool (2003) music-construction-game-machine (in)voluntary at Ars Electronica? (Technical of actors and viewers the nexus to the discourses on media experimental arrangement (ML) the relevance of theater
works (DH) (Kanae Ushiro, (MF) the communicative
(Sybille Hauert, D. Reichmuth) interaction (1996/P55) interactive narration go-programs modified use of video games framework conditions at Brucknerhaus? and theater within information technology
works that don't Takashi Morimoto) cf.: Maschinen, Medien, Performances – Theater an der Schnittstelle guidelines of theater could
(2003/F41/P104) (A. Steininger) (Stadtwerkstatt) Costs of one-off performances?) (ML) liveness should also be retained media performance and telecommunications
Polylog – for an interactive function offline chess programs when theater uses audiovisual and zu digitalen Welten / Martina Leeker (Ed.) (Barbara Büscher)
be investigated with the help
art (Weibel, Lischka) (1989/K65) domino game (2002/K415) (1990/K-I-152) (ML) a new art form is developing from of digital technologies
external interaction /vs/ (Stadtwerkstatt) (1997/K284) electronic-digital media scenic concerts
(S. Schießl) directly linking theater/performance
culture and work (AH) Motor of transformation: from internal interaction (of modules) 3rd computer chess championship Autodrom Crashcourse documentation (ML) the technical concept of cyberspace theater musical play networked stage (MF)
and reproduction Web scene projects and digital media
are a unit modernism to postmodernism (1980/K177) "liveness" on the media side: "Le système du monde" at the theatrical level the mixed reality performance
(2001/K354) (Heiner Goebbels)
(1982/K25) (1998/II-K267) E. Said: The new electronics ... All Play (Cinematrix) – audience participation playing figures in (1979/K05) interaction in real time motoric electronics: constitutes a continuous feeling of tension between
(G. Squad, M. Chalcraft, live demonstrations transmitting live (AH) new forms of scenic concert with
Re-establishment of an equal balance could pose a greater threat to independence than colonialism. (Loren & Rachel Carpenter) (1994/II-K102/P105) virtual worlds (Gérard Pistillo) !! the actuality and virtuality of the networked stages
experiment of a Summer Academy – Hellerau 1999: Anette Schäfer) (1979/K03) events theater performance scenic interaction MIDI instruments
between the cultural and the commercial The new media are strong enough to penetrate deeper into (1999/J395) (1990/K-I-88)
concept of live electronics medium of TV (1997/K333) (1989/K87) (PW) (1988/K121)
field (2002/K52) Cultural Ecology InfoWar takes place in the Theater and New Media
net culture
"receiver" cultures than was possible for any previous manifestation
of western technology.
culture-critical
perspektive
(Andruid Kerne) sphere of new cultural (ML) the media do not touch (1980/K52) (1989/K154) (Isabella Bordoni, simulation of a story
(MF) exploring theater itself art as scene
(1998/II-K256) the liveness of theater (AH) more complex forms of staging (Stadtwerkstatt) R. P. Dalò, G. Pensili) from a Japanese
Literature: For the cultural programmer the
(2002/P118) (2000/K19)
(1996/P104) techniques (1998/K23)
(ML) With the emphasis on the performative, and dramaturgy live remix laboratory
inter-art project
(Ed Emshwiller, Morton Subotnick) No play
as an apparatus art as game
Kursbuch Medienkultur – Die maßgeblichen net culture Internet poses an even greater Operating system art
ars: The Art of the TechnoFuture art as interaction
Cultural impact – as criterion not only is a new, generally acknowledged order (1999/K380) use of music computer (M. Kosugi, Y. Ando) (1995/P124)
threat than the channel zapper as desired context Presence shifted to spheres performance theater (MF) Are media
Theorien von Brecht bis Baudrillard (2001/K20) for the PRIX ARS Jury established, but transformation itself becomes the new performance software
outside the art world (2001/K12) twofold Mapping (mixed reality) theater media?
Kursbuch Neue Medien – Trends in Wirtschaft settling into the inevitable (symposium)
principle of cultural order (1988/K129)
software cultures links Art as public cultural production Brucknerhaus location creates a complex theatrical
Politik, Wissenschaft und Kultur / S. Bollmann Computer culture Internet as cultural space (cf. Ars 2004 – What Will the Future Bring in 25 Years) Context Kepler-UNI multimedia work (1989/K87)
cultural sciences (1989/J20)
(2003/K229) (Christiane Paul) (2003/K136) (ML) The performative as the intersection of 1996 start of a new era of organization by the Danube (R. Born) reality (MF)
Kursbuch Internet – Anschlüsse an Wirtschaft and RISC (over 15 yrs. too Globe Theater – A history play
cultural philosophy (1986/K09) Symposium Culture is a market full of
ideological stereotypes of theater and media advances to the key term for with the opening of AEC LIVA/Brucknerhaus (Cloud of Sound (1996/K72)
u. Politik, Wissenschaft und Kultur / Bollmann contradictions (2002/K230) Digitales Age a culture of constantly transgressing boundaries and
little cooperation with ars) for robots (Adrianne Wortzel)
cultural anthropology (Gene Youngblood, Larry Cuba, the digital revolution (organization withdrawn from as partner for content projects) Research cooperation at AEC (F. Pichler) Not enough events/lectures in the field of (1997/K350)
Der DatenDandy – Über Medien, New Age, (R: Wischenbart) "Information Society" Art's claim to an dealing with what is unpredictable and indefinable LIVA) (1999/J74)
Black cultural theory Kathy Rae Huffman, Franke, (1996/J51) (until 1995) opening, but then little new media outside Ars Electonica (even
Technokultur / Agentur BILWET Hans Donner) Continues to stand for a unbounded future (1989/J07)
cultural studies (discourse) units of cultural music orientation cooperation with the ars hardly any support during the year at AEC only a few projects
Collective Intelligence – mankind´s emerging knowledge cultures rhetorical project in everyday life, knowledge society information like Intertwindness (1997/1998): OK (and Gallery of the Province before that)
cultural history ORF as media institution (and facilitator initially with Bruckner reference (30.6.95 Prof. Pomberger member for media art from the
world in cyberspace / Pierre Lévy as exaggeration, misconception
Prerequisites for a (1996/K26) The effects of industrial (machine-based) and postindustrial of the AEC Board of Directors) Margarete Jahrmann, Christa Schneebauer) interest in certain forms of installation art
context-aware theories Pop culture building on and underestimation in the fields of video, TV, radio, satellite federal government
Visuelle Kultur – körper räume medien / humane information (information-based) cultural machinization, mediatization, simulation,
neo-situationsims discourse Cyberspace and technology (2001/K18) (1998/K21) Globalization creates a broadcasting) (Christine Schöpf, Hannes Leopoldseder)
Ed. Peter Mörtenböck, Helge Mooshammer society (1997/K210) synthetics, semiosis, artificial reality, withdrawal of being, etc. (PW) Context Art University Media professorship first in humanities only as
postmodernism discourse cyberculture neo-cultural environment
Lentos will only start including
Das Medium ist Massage / Marshall McLuhan, MediaMOO as multicultural (1996/P15) (P. Fleissner)
(2002/K81)
(1992/K10) (cooperation with other universities 2003/2004 (Sommerer) "minor" services No risk capital to finance art
Since 1996 the Ars is managed
Quentin Fiore chaos (1995/K139) The AEC is intended to be a prototype in conjunction with Ars) light works (W. Cooper) contemporary media beginning
see also: identity view of this kind of site of a new digital
(PW) Psycho-Techne,
re-engineering of
AEC as carrier of
situation view (Linz) "single-handedly".
2004 will be a key year – Mechatronikum (Prof. Pichler)
in 2004
phase of culture (Leopoldseder) cultural systems ArchiMedia-Institute (proximity to AEC) obligation to program AEC ended up with too missing gallery
(DDDr. Schwendter) protheses civilization cultural competence ORF withdraws from PRIX – Media Linz (Hattinger), Scene Center (Feuerstein)
01 culture-theoretical view Media Era (DM) (1994/K24) Defining the position of (1996/J46) The future of AEC & ARS is to be designed (exhibitions in conjunction with ars) Design Centers (1994) little space
Ars Electronica Futurlab
as further ideas of content for AEC location context art as location factor
(1984) (1989/J163)
due to electronic or digital "Electronic Culture" (2003/F38) 01 contextual view in terms of structure and personnel. (including Christian Möller) (compare Paderborn or ZKM)
(in-house products)
(1996/J33) art as culture
media, among others Magnet (print and web magazine)
Literature: Literature: Literature: Literatur (2): Prize-Winners in the Music Section - Computer Music Prize Winners Computer Graphics
Literature: Literature (2): Literature (2): Literature:
CODE – und andere Gesetze des Cyberspace / Der reine Krieg / Paul Virilio & Sylvére Lotringer alt.culture – an a-to-z guide to the ´90s- Die Welt als T-Shirt – Zur Ästhetik und 1987: Peter Gabriel, Jean-Claude Risset, Marc Andre Dalbavie, Richard Teitelbaum 1987: Brian Reffin Smith, Jürgen Lit Fischer, Melissa White
The production of space / Henri Lefebvre Architektur in Bewegung – Entwerfen am CTRL Space – Rhetorics of Surveillance from City of Bits - Leben in der Stadt des 21.
Lawrence Lessig Die Sehmaschine / Paul Virilio underground, online, and over-the-counter / Geschichte der Medien / Beat Wyss 1988: Denis Smalley, Barbara Zawadzka, Trevor Wishart 1988: David Sherwin, Peter Kogler, Andy Kopra u. Anerkennungen s.l.
Surroundings – Essays an Space and Science / Computer / ARCH+ 128 Bentham to Big Brother / Ed. by Th.Y. Levin ... Jahrhunderts / William J. Mitchell
Decodierund:Recodierung / Ed. Toni Kleinlechner Information.Macht.Krieg / Ed. Stocker, Schöpf Steven Daly, Nathaniel Wice Kultur – über alle? gegen alle? für alle? 1988 Honorary Mention (all sections) : Paul Codsi, John Fekner, Enrique Fontanilles, Rainer 1989: Tamás Waliczky, Charles Csuri, Kenneth Snelson, Atsushi Satoh, William Latham,
Ed. by Peter Weibel InFormation – Faltung in der Architektur / Information und Apokalypse – Die Strategie der Die Telepolis – Urbanität im digitalen Zeitalter
Exploring the Invisible – art, science and the iconoclash – beyond the image wars in science, Music vs motion – FLIPS 5 M. Wagner, H. Fabris, I. Mörth u.a. Ganahl, Franz W. Kluge, Jerzy Kular & Isabelle Foucher, Larry Malone, Achim Stößer, Micha Riss, Cliff Pickover, Pierce & Merrill, Richard Voss, Bayele & Mück, Wennberg &
Raum / Texte zur Kunst Heft 47 - 2002 ARCH+ 131 Täuschung / Paul Virilio Florian Rötzer
spiritual / Lynn Gamwell religion and art / Ed. Bruno Latour, P. Weibel Tekknologic, Tekknowledge, Tekgnosis / QRT Rituale der Medienkommunikation – Gänge Tamas Walicky, Hiromi Watanabe Pécheur, A. Pagowski, P. Reinartz, M. North
CTRL Space – Rhetorics of Surveillance from Fassaden / ARCH+ 108 Metropolen des Weltmarkts – Die neue Rolle der
Internet-Dateiformate / Tim Kientzle Von der Bürokratie zur Telekratie – Rumänien Pop Sounds – Klangtexturen in der Pop- und durch den Medienalltag / H. Poss, C.-D. Rath Jeff Brice, Jeremy Gardiner, Irene Hohenbüchler, Stefan Holtel, Johann Jascha, Laszlo 1990: Manfred Mohr, Charles A. Csuri, Bill Davison, Achim Stösser, Char Davies, Daniel
Bentham to Big Brother / Ed. by Th.Y. Levin ... Architektur des Ereignisses / ARCH+ 119-120 global Cities / Sakia Sassen
Krise der Linearität / Vilém Flusser im Fernsehen / Ed. Peter Weibel Rockmusik / Ed. Th. Phleps, Ralf von Appen Station Rose – cyberspace is our land Kiss, George Legrady, Massimo Ontani, Norbert Speicher, Roman Tomaschitz, Mark Wilson, Pirofsky, Andreas Henrich, Don P. Miller, A. Scott Howe, Yoshiyuki Abe, Mike North,
Netzstadt / Franz Oswald, Peter Baccini Medienarchitektur / ARCH+ 149/150 Klare Sicht am Info-Highway – Geschäfte via
Topic Maps / Richard Widhalm, Thomas Mück Archimedia – Institut for arts and technology – IdN international designers network 2003/10/2 Thomas Wittmer Joseph Nechvatal, Sandra Filippucci, Stanislaw Sasak
Meta City Data Town / MVRDV Diagram Diaries / Peter Eisenman Internet & Co. / H. R. Hansen
Die Unwahrscheinlichkeit des Ästhetischen - Projekte 95/97 / Ed. Möller, Knipp, Lachmayer flights of fancy Javier Alvarez, Martin Fischer, Mathias Fischer-Diskau, Udo Hanten, Adelhart Roidinger, 1991: Bill Woodard, Yoshiyuki Abe, Arthur Schmidt, Victor Acevedo, John Adamczyk,
Five Minutes City / Winy Maas Hybrid Space – new forms in digital architecture Das Regime des Image – Zwischen mimetischem
und die semiotische Konzeption der Kunst / Tacho 3,4 / Ed. Peter Keicher IdN international designers network 2003/9/4 Alejandro Vinao, Mia Zabelka Cornelia Halle & Cimdata-Arbeitsgruppe, John Hersey, Rüdiger Hirt, Dick Ibach, Sui
The Regionmaker / MVRDV Peter Zellner Display und Corporate Branding / Ed.
Max Bense Lab 95,97,02 Jahrbuch für Künste und Apparate designer toys 1989: Kaija Saariaho, Francois Bayle, Alejandro Vinao, Tisma Vojin, Michael McNabb, Morita, Patrizia Pio, Robert Martin, Tiziana Stanzani, Brian T. Sullan, Mike Zender
Gehry Digitale / Bruce Lindsey Vom Verschwinden der Ferne - Gerhard Lischka, Peter Weibel
Zeichen und Design – Semiotische Ästhetik / Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Alles jetzt! – Die Mediatisierung / Gerhard Haimo Wisser, Viola Kramer, W. Mitterer, Wolfgang Heiniger, Gerald Trimmel, D. Teruggi 1992: Andrew Witkin & Michael Kass, Stewart McSherry, Mark Wilson, Yoshiyuki Abe,
Eisenman digitale / Luca Galofaro Telekommunikation und Kunst / Edith Decker, Pictorial Metaphor in Advertising / Charles
Max Bense Karlsruhe / Ed. Heinrich Klotz 1992 Johann Lischka 1990: Karlheinz Stockhausen, Jonathan Harvey, Ake Parmerud, Zorah Mari Bauer Jószef Bullás & Zsolt Krajcsik, Valie Export, William Latham, David Sherwin
Hyper Architecture / Luigi Prestinenza Prglisi Peter Weibel Forceville
The Kitchen NY turns twenty Kulissen des Glücks – Streifzüge durch die 1991: no competition 1993: Michael Tolson, Char Davies, Thomas Bayrle, Jean-Francois Colonna, Scott Draves,
Digital Odyssey / Carmelo Baglivo, Luca Galofaro außen räume – innen räume – Der Wandel des Art – computer faszination – Hersteller und
Mediale Hamburg 1993 Eventkultur / Gerhard Schulze 1992: Alejandro Vinao, Francis Dhomont, Wolfgang Mitterer, Kristi Allik, Phillip K. Bimstein, David Haxton, Mogens Jacobsen, Laurens Lapré, Jolanta Makowska, Constanze Ruhm,
Information Architecture / Gerhard Schmitt Raumbegriffs im Zeitalter der elektronischen Dienstleister
Mediamatic – Doors of Perception 1 László Dubrovay, David E. Jones, Elsa Justel, Catalina Peralta-Caceres, Michael Rosas Miroslav Stuchlik & Radim Vrska, Roman Verostko
Induction Design / Makoto Sei Watanabe Medien / Ed. Heidemarie Seblatnig
Cobian, Stéphan Roy, Wayne Siegel, Denis Smalley, Peter M. Vaughan 1994: M. Joaquin Grey, Keith Cottingham, John Kahrs, Linda Dement, Pascal Dombis,
Bits and spaces / Ed. by Maia Engeli
1993: Bernard Parmegiani, Javier Alvarez, Jonty Harrison, David Chesworth, Francis Mogens Jacobsen, Ronaldo Kiel, Don MacKay, Stewart McSherry, Gavin Miller & Ned
Dhomont, Roberto Doati, Pscal Gaigne, Jens Hedman & Erik Mikael Karlsson, J. Lejeune, Greene, Anne Gabriele Wagner & Adelhard Roidinger
Andrew Lewis, Cort Lippe, Adrian Moore, R. Normandeau, M. Rosas-Cobian, Kaja Saariaho
1994: Ludger Brümmer, Ake Parmerud, Jonathan Impett, Patrick Ascione, Jean-Francois
Cavro, Akemi Ishijima, Paul Koonce, Mesias Maiguashca, Juliet Kiri Palmer, Michel Redolfi,
Michael Vaughan, Alejandro Vinao, Frances White
perception theory of
25 spatial view architecture 24 structural/structuring view structuralism (discourse) 1995: Trevor Wishart, Flo Menezes, Gilles Gobeil, Javier Alvarez, Patrick Ascione, Ron
Averill, Christian Calon, Agostino Di Scipio, Stephan Dunkelman, Rolf Enström, Elizabeth
phenomenology of semiotics, semiotics criticism
symbol theories of knowledge Hoffman, Erik Mikael Karlsson, Cort Lippe, Jack Tamul
perception
view of places location research topological view field theories 1996: Robert Normandeau, James Dashow, R. Renouard Larvière, F. Boschetto, C. Brown,
Kui Dong, Jonty Harrison, Matt Heckert, Gordon Monahan, Gordon Monro, S. Montague,
Video Art
view of layering topological psychology Videonale 1986: Klaus vom Bruch, Valie Export, Yoichiro Kawaguchi, Bernd Kracke, Ulrike Rosenbach,
theory of urban locations
formal sciences M. Redolfi, J. ter Veldhuis, Alejandro Vinao Jane Veeder, Henry Jesionka, Inge Graf + ZYX, Z. Rybczinski, Bruce Nauman, Douglas Davis,
architectural theory / arch. discourse see also:
geographical view view of transformation / tectonic view diagrammatics / mapping 1997: Matt Heckert, Maryanne Amacher, Jonty Harrison, Patrick Ascione, Christian Calon, Peter Campus, Shigeko Kubota, Richard Serra, Ant Farm, David Hall, Dara Birnbaum, Vito
Acconci, Douglas Davis, General Idea, Ingo Günter, Hans Weigand, Terry Fox, Douglas Hall,
chaos theory Luigi Ceccarelli, Ambrose Field, Annie Gosfield, Joseph Hyde, Charles Kriel, Ake Parmerud,
formal view / William Wegman, Bob Snyder, Friederike Pezhold, Shigeko Kubota, Marina Abramovic & Ulay,
sound-space installation fractal geometry Laetitia Sonami, Mario Verandi, Mark Wingate, John Young,
see also: cartographic view Is there a place in cyberspace? system view Bob Adrian X, Zelko Wiener, Maly Almy, Dan Reeves, Joan Logue, Marcel Odenbach, Klaus vom
(John Perry Barlow)
(Bernhard Leitner)
(1982/K159)
code view chromosome studies 1998: Peter Bosch & Simone Simons, Aquiles Pantaleao, Hans Tutschku, Natasha Barrett, Bruch, Joan Jonas, Rupert Putz, Ed Emshwiller
art as form of space –
(1995/K130) video images represented spatially A. Shulgin (1997/P100) Bret Battey, David Behrman, Luigi Ceccarelli, Ambrose Field, Joshua Fineberg, Joseph Hyde, (1987) Ilse Gassinger, Gudrun Bielz, Romana Scheffknecht, Karl Kowanz, Manfred Neuwirth,
from multimedia space the seeing ear Gordon Monahan, Adrian J. Moore, Magie Payne, Joran Rudi, Hildegard Westerkamp, Rainer Ganahl, Chris Althaler, Anna Steiniger, Hans Weigand, Ruth Schnell, Robert Wölfl &
to multimedia terminal along a GPS track (Masaki Fujihata) Sound space motion system Form Art
(1989/J26)
Location-
GPS (2001/K74) (1993/K254) !!! (F. Paschke) view of mathematics technicization and mathematicization
belong together (DM)
G.H. Hovagimyan & Peter Sinclair Lydia Lindner, Ilse Gassinger, Helmut Stadlmann, Inge Graf + ZYX, Rupert Putz, Karl Kowanz,
Egon Bunne, Ingo Günther, J.-F. Guiton, Dieter Kiessling, Axel Klepsch, Norbert Meissner, Bettina
based games 1999: Aphex Twin – Richard D. James, Mego: Christian Fennesz & Peter Rehberger, Ikue
(2002/P38) Gruber & Maria Vedder, Vidox, Alexander Hahn, Yello Dieter Meier, Claudio Prati, Lorenzo Bianda,
hyperbolic space geographical space simulator (James McCartney) Mori, Stefan Betke, Paul DeMarinis, Rose Dodd & Stephen Connolly, John Duncan &
see: AI view Who writes the codex Francesco Mariotti, Franziska Megert, René Pulfer, Eric Lanz, Marie José Bürki, Hanspeter Ammann,
(Dana S. Scott) (1992/P60) (itsalive) issues
position recognition
(1982/K213) (2003/F11)
Composer; author of the
view of informatics tool view of cyberspace ?
Francisco López, Bernhard Günter, Richard Hawtin, Zbigniew Karkowski & Masami Akita, Alan McCluskey, Gert de Graaf, Albert Wulffers, Antonio Segade, Jose Ramon Da Cruz, Paul Rodriguez,
(2002/K16)
simulated spaces (VR) Andi Toma & Jan S. Werner, Terre Thaemlitz,Thomas McIntosh & Emmanuel Madan, Javier Vadillo, Xavier Vilaverde, Javier Colis, Antonio Cano & Pedro Garhel, Maurizio Bonora, Giorgio
free sounds – open spaces (for interior spaces) object oriented synthesis (2003/K12)
(1987) (1989/J28) view of signs (1) (DM) With the technicization of the aesthetic and American military machine
Gaetan Collet & Noelle Collet & Claude Pailliot, Ralf L. Wehowsky Cattani, Ciancarlo Cauteruccio, Theo Eshetu, Crudelity Stoffe, Sanja Ivekovic & Dalibor Martinis,
VR journey in a caravan with situative language "SuperColider"
data space feeds (P. d´Agostino) (1995/P114)
the increasing spread of technical reproduction student crushed (P. Virilio) (2002/K240) 23 power-theoretical view power theories 2000: Carsten Nicolai, Russell Haswell & Sean Booth & Rob Brown, Chris Watson, Simon Robertshaw, Tina Keane, Catherine Elwes, Marion Urch, Mike Stubbs, Graham Young,
information spaces the view of informatics is media, the history of media flows into a history Jeremy Welsh, Stephen Littman, Clive Gillman, John Goff
triangular navigation (R. Ascott) (1993/P08)
(1990/II-K36) the world of protocols Bernard Cache by tank in
power discourse (with Foucault) Maryanne Amacher, Dat Politics, Kevin Drumm, Mark Fell & Mat Steel, Ryoji Ikeda,
distributed throughout of mathematicization (cf. Kittler) Tian-An-Men Platz the first "totally electronic (1988) Nam June Paik, William Wegman, Peter Campus, Lynda Benglis, Juan Downey, Fitzgerald &
(Cécile Le Prado) and formats Objectile (2003/P93) Andrew Daniel & M.C. Schmidt, Kaffe Matthews, Martin Brandlmayr & Stefan Nemth &
data space placemaking cyberspace several sectors (1996/P190) war" (P. Virilio) (1996/P35) organizational theory Sanborn, Bill Viola, Davidson Gigliotti, Barbara Buckner, Dan Reeves, Woody Vasulka, Robert Ahsley,
(1997/K347) John Norman, Marcus Schmickler, Yasunao Tone, Uli Troyer, Erik Wiegand
Pixelspaces Mixed Reality: overlapping
the data space with the
(1984/K188) acoustic obsession with structure
(Virilio) ... I reject the notion of the programming languages (Franke) discovery of
(A. Lamorlette) battle view discourse of institutional criticism
cultural manager debate 2001: bLectum from bLechdom, Ryoji Ikeda, Markus Popp, Ted Apel, Aeron Bergman &
Joan Jonas, Doug Hall, Steve Fagain, Skip Sweeney, Sherry Millner, Gary Hill, Bruce Nauman
illusionary spaces space simulation systems (Eric Loyer) (1999/P40) (1989) Joan Brasil, Jason Gee & Brad Miller, Jill Scott, Tracey Moffatt, John Gillies, Peter Callas, D. Perry
Online-Location live stage (MF) word as a model. This is the reason as art question (2003) mathematical precision obscuring previously practiced (game rules of art) Alejandra Salinas, Richard Chartier, Louis Duford, Orm Finnendahl, John Hudak, kid606, (1994) Bill Viola, Tom Kalin, Shelly Silver, Mica-TV, Leslie Thornton & Ron Vawter, Eder Santos, Jasna
(Ruth Schnell) (1989) see also: view of destruction
(Olia Lialina) Liquid Space (1999/K433) conversion problems for my departure from semantics, in art uses and impacts of new A colossal change of power has see also: energetic view J Lesser, Mille Plateaux, Pan sonic, Janek Schaefer, Tigerbeat6 Hribernik, Michel Auder, Gary Hill, Therese Svoboda, John Goff, Eric M. Freedman, Diane Nerwen &
expanded performative concepts of (W. Jauk, H. Ranzenbacher) semiotics and semiology. (Joshua Davis) technologies
(1999/K403) been taking place recently 2002: Yasunao Tone, Aeron Bergman & Alejandra Salinas, Curtis Roads, Anticon, Iancu Les Leveque, Paper Tiger TV, Max Almy & Teri Yarbrow, Steina & Woody Wasulka, Anna Steiniger,
image spaces (DM) space (Dietmar Offenhuber) semioticization (AH) (2001/P42) CODE diary digital poetry see also: historical view (1998/II-K219) the Bob Snyder, Van McElwee, Shelly Silver, Herman Verkerk, Sreco Dragan, Betty Spackman & Anja
(Waltraut Cooper) America as (1994/K206) (Howard Rheingold) Dumitrescu, Ana-Maria Avram, PXP, Goodiepal, Russell Haswell, Francisco Lopez, Raz
(Virilio) we now notice the the code is in the translation
2003
electronic space (DM) The approach to the pictorial media coup d'etat Mesinai, Romulo Del Castillo & Joshua Kay, Marina Rosenfeld, Mika Taanila, Carl Michael Westerfrölke, Tony Oursler, Branda Miller, Francesc Torres, Nany Buchanan, Edin Velez, Bruce Yonemoto,
space artists of the interface Ubiquity(omnipresence) (AH) (1996/K355) (Jocelyn Robert) (1986/K330) empire of technology public images and
(1989/K142) (Robert Adrian X) does not lead through the cardinal paths CODE another source of power is the convergence Stefaan Decostere
ubiquitous computer (1999/P60) (Arthur Kroker) images of power (P. Weibel) eGovernment Von Hausswolff, Stephan Wittwer
report on project from 1981 of semiotics or hermeneutics ... of all other media into a single digital
(T. Munzner, S. Levy) CODE = ART (1990/II-K264) electronic colonialism 2003: Ami Yoshida & Sachiko M & Utah Kawasaki, Florian Hecker, Maja Solveig Kjelstrup
basic modalities of space (DM) Computer: its formalism works with The meaning of CODE (symposium) medium (1994/K209) eDemocracy (2004)
from locality to simulating the respective differential topology (1988/K247) Ratkje, Oren Ambarchi, Whitehouse, Kevin Drumm, Rudolf Eb.er, Phill Niblock, Yuko
aspects of digital space dislocalization (AH) number strings, not with signs, which is why members of the electronic
non-locality (AH) exhibition situation(spaces) (1995/P164) (2003/F10) code breaker (on Kittler) master race the battle over the form of concentrations of power through new (W. Negbenebor) Nexus 6, Gert-Jan Prins, Rechenzentrum, Tujiko Noriko, Toshiya Tsunoda, Aaron Funk &
(Woody Vasulka, David Dunn) it would be wrong to call the computer a military as motor/source
(1990/II-K265,K271) negated (Jeffrey Shaw) "semiotic machine" ... ascii art (1996/K36) the networks has begun technologies (2002/K25) corporate connections For the average African, Rachael Kozak, Mark Wastell & Toshimaru Nakamura & Taku Sugimoto & Tetuzi Akiyama
transcending (1990/II-K320) (2003/K227) bar code as interface of electronic developments (1994/K213) (Saskia Sassen) (2002/K373/P48) globalization is just a
space (A. D´Urbano) (DG) Transferred to human brainware ... (?) diagrammatic analysis
space (Perry Hoberman) Bar code hotel (Josh On) synonym for neo-
(1994/II-K46) sphericalCAVE: Carnivore as communication, of power structures (AH) from hegemony
interspatial proximity Bar Code (Perry Hoberman) the new military information colonialism.
domed projection space SPIN fractals fractal geometry the sound of mathematics public domain technology, power (A.R. Galloway) to plurality
(K. Becker, W. Zinggl) (1994/II-K54) complex with its cyberarsenal (AH) from totality to (2002/K1204)
(Mesias Maiguashca) variation of the (Lucien Sfez) Improvisation, Sport &
conveying an view from an (1979/K26) (time´s up) the sound of chaos
(1993/K205) (1996/K219) (1995/K25) (Virilo) networks can only be
Tamas Walicky developed airship Chaos & Order (1990/K-I-79) (B. Steritberg, K. Balzer) infamous (1995/K398) fought with networks Transponder (PV) particularity injunction against web site Evolution (Jon Rose)
alternative perspective
incredible (2000/K302) (1996/K94)
(Hiroo Iwata) CAVE outside the theme of the fractals was "exploited" (1990/K-I-35) Object-oriented hypertext systems Ground Truth (1999/J431) FBI-SW DCS1000 electronic handcuffs (2003/P75) (etoy) RoboCup
systems (program to convey sense of space (2001/F32/P107) (2002/K358) (A.R. Galloway)
the structure of the Internet
USA for the first by P. Weibel in Graz in 1989, among others (E.M. Haas, L.A. Bernhard)
other spatial experiences) (ML) time (1996/J15)
CAVE protocol and counter-protocol
(Indesen, Krohn)
Universal Product
(Robin Bargar, Insook Choi)
(2002/P030)
The battle for the control of code Teleklettergarten (F.O.K)
(2000/F37)
22 view of pop culture media theory
1998
(in collaboration with the ars electronica Linz) Cracker is a battle for freedom
(A. Galloway, Eugene Thacker) Code (Barcode) slacker luddites (Mario Purkathofer) (2003/K384)
space communicated through media virtual Visualization of digitale coding world rogues - (2003/K42) (Howard Rheingold) (critical art ensemble) pop theory / pop-theoret. discourse
(Mixed-Reality-Architektur) flying The World of Numbers (2003/K60) superpower (1999/K217) Every medium is (always) Hacktivism
architecture projects Infowar (1998) (1995/K142) (1999/J300) (AH) due to the inclusion of the body High & Low discourse
grammar of space use of virtual spaces for in the CAVE
(Golan Levin)
(2003/P42)
an event chaos of art, overestimation of the digital – digital art
(with Flusser, Weibel, ...) ... "turning everything into pixels" information
already
power
rooted
(DM)
in cyberclasm Cyber-Terrorist (PV) publication of practiced by interactive systems, the athletic aspects technoculture discourse
science, magic high-tech wars (1996/K259) secret keys strict separation between sports, games cultural studies discourse
(1986/KII-135) (PW) text presentation superiority GPS as supplement to
three-dimensionally localized Power and marginality and art is becoming blurred
24! Matrix Installation Global Information fashion discourse / retro discourses
ars : architecture software
Digital "image"? Art will prove itself a All print media have been Information War (Virilio 1998!)
sound in virtual reality
(Blanchard u.a.) (1990/II-K190)
(M. Aschauer,
genetic
force far beyond the paradigmatic digitally produced for years Information.Macht.Krieg (1998) Live Cam in cyberspace
(Saskia Sassen) (1998/II-K47) Dominance (PV) E-Sport "pop fears" of the
view of public appearances hedonism debate
N. Pfaffenbichler, threshold of the digital. (UR) without any essential changes Information blockage establishing paths of information in Digital Sport Case study 309 New Subjectivism debate
The topic now seems to be covered by the Art University due to Lotte Schreiber) programs the power of (1991) Gulf War (1995/K186) Suck my code, ars organizers (and
in the (re-) production of in relation to war zones in former Yugoslavia General! Cyber-Athletics (Tammy Knipp) Prix jury members) fun debate
the DOM Institute. suggested cooperation: DOM, ArchitekturForum, media agencies the first "totally electronic war"
AEC, ars => arsARCH +
(DM) the location of sound
of the musical, is the
(2003/K398)
Genetische Tangible CODE (symposium)
images
REUTERS (1995/K297) (Paul Virilio) (1991/P06) The cyberspaces of command and (Mailbox: Bionic in Zerberus)
control has long been (Rena Tangens)
(1996/K189) (2001/K215) (1998/K216)
pop culture building on
view of public space ontology of the event
Telezone: An architecture Algorithmen perfect example of simulation finance, for instance, competition-oriented sociology (Bourdieu) (Mauss)
performative (2003/F12) SDS3 Small Dish Satellite are the spaces where a weak point of (1995/K61) Control Society technology (2001/K18)(right)
for net architecture overestimation of chance (1999/K29) (J. Baudrillard) computer games see also: view of playing DJ-Culture (90er) New Subjectivism
generative approaches (1990/K-I-59) (Iannis Xenakis) (for receiving data) (1997/K343) profit is produced and centralized, Towards a Society of Control? music box for
(futurelab) (1999/K362) mathematicization of and entropy (1993/P22) (M. Tolson) MS hate page (2001/K215) privatism debate
(1997/F43) architecture project realized (2003/K227) Musicians who use computers are offers for currency traders (c. Jerez, J. Iges) power is founded. hierarchical (O.L. Tremetzberger) (2003/K54) cover versions electrolobby (2) prize-winners came from the
(Ken Goldberg) architectonic space (C. J. Mutter) E-Sport: world of games
in game software (A. Jalsovec, generally theoretical cripples, especially (Steve Mann) (1997/K218) structures. (2001/K192) non-university area for the first time
(E. Berger, V. Christian, (1994/K11) film about a formula correspondences between Firewall (1995/K186)
(1995/P90)
(linking structure)
Gaming goes Cyberpunk
P. Reichart, G. Rossbacher) in terms of ideas of mathematics, revealing the tools of the (MESO) Digital Culture (1999/K371)
P. Purgathofer) (2000/P36) (Thorsten Fleisch) the development of music high-speed surveillance