Prof. Ingrid Graz • Bio-inspired interfaces – going soft(er)

Interface Cultures Guestlecture Series Prof. Ingrid Graz // Bio-inspired interfaces – going soft(er) Tuesday, 6th of December 2022 // 12:00 – 13:00 Biological interfaces are key to life – they range from biomolecules, cells, biological tissue to living organism and are defined by their softness, to readily deform and rearrange. …

Luis D. Rivero Moreno • Crisis, precariousness, and unsustainability. Some questions about new media art from a peripherical point of view

Interface Cultures Guestlecture Series Luis D. Rivero Moreno // Crisis, precariousness, and unsustainability. Some questions about new media art from a peripherical point of view Monday, 5th of December 2022 // 17:00 – 18:30 The XXIst century seems to be a never-ending crisis age. The problems are not getting tackled …

Davide Bevilacqua • From Brute Force to Convivial Technologies. Conceiving sustainabile tech in Media Art

Interface Cultures Guestlecture Series Davide Bevilacqua // From Brute Force to Convivial Technologies. Conceiving sustainabile tech in Media Art Tuesday, 22th of November 2022 // 12:00 – 13:00 While considering sustainability in contemporary media art, one should keep in mind the double-edged impact of technologies: if on one hand they …

Teresa Pereira • Challenges in Information Security Education

Interface Cultures Guestlecture Series Teresa Pereira // Challenges in Information Security Education Wednesday, 29th of June 2022 // 11:00 – 12:00 Recently it has been noticed an increased number of cyber-incidents, sometimes causing seriously impact to organizations and governments. Cyberattacks exploits a variety of technological and social vulnerabilities to achieve …

Robertina Šebjanič • Sounds of a troubled world’s = Underwater Interception of aquaforming – New date!

Interface Cultures Guestlecture Series Robertina Šebjanič // Sounds of a troubled world’s = Underwater Interception of aquaforming New date!!! T̶h̶u̶r̶s̶d̶a̶y̶,̶ ̶1̶7̶t̶h̶ ̶o̶f̶ ̶M̶a̶r̶c̶h̶ ̶2̶0̶2̶2̶ ̶/̶/̶ ̶1̶8̶:̶0̶0̶ ̶–̶ ̶1̶9̶:̶0̶0̶ Wednesday, 08th of June 2022 // 12:15 – 13:15   Audimax Robertina Šebjanič will talk about her research-based art practice that is …

Erika Mondria • Brain-Interaction Art

Interface Cultures Symposium Erika Mondria // Brain-interaction Art CANCELLED Friday, 03 of June 2022 // 09:45 – 19:00 “Brain-Interaction”-in Art, Research, Economy and Science Curated by Erika Mondria in cooperation with Interface Cultures, Kunstuniversität Linz, Fraunhofer Network for Science, Art and Design and Ars Electronica Center. Our brain cells send …

Poetics of obsolescence

Poetics of obsolescence

Poetics Of Obsolescence Opening 11th May, 19:00h 11th May – 27th May 2022 Atelierhaus Salzamt Linz Poetics Of Obsolescence is concerned with media archaeology – examining dead media and their obsolescence and attempts to reinterpret them through artistic interventions. The projects, which were developed during workshops on media archaeology over …

Poetics Of Obsolescence Opening 11th May, 19:00h 11th May – 27th May 2022 Atelierhaus Salzamt Linz Poetics Of Obsolescence is concerned with media archaeology – examining dead media and their obsolescence and attempts to reinterpret them through artistic interventions. The projects, which were developed during workshops on media archaeology over …

Smirna Kulenović • DANU

Interface Cultures Guestlecture Series Smirna Kulenović  // DANU Multiple dates and locations, find the program below DANU explores the topics of ritualistic microperformativity of the river and channeling embodied ecological liquids. Working in the intersection between bacterial growth patterns and dance notation systems, we will explore how water-based microbes influence …

Antonina Korepanova • How can we use data to study culture?

Interface Cultures Guestlecture Series Antonina Korepanova // How can we use data to study culture? Monday, 04 of April 2022 // 13:00 – 14:00 DO0327 Interface Cultures Lectureroom A novel approach to digital humanities, Cultural analytics, was introduced more than 15 years ago by Lev Manovich, one of the most …

Mathias Fuchs • Quantified Selves – Sebstvermessung

Interface Cultures Guestlecture Series Mathias Fuchs // Quantified Selves – Sebstvermessung Tuesday, 29 of March 2022 // 12:00 – 13:00 DO0327 Interface Cultures Lectureroom The lecture compares contemporary forms of self-observation with the Mass Observation movement from the 1930s. Now and then “observers” were concerned with precisely documenting a detailed …