Simon Penny • Embodied, Enactive and Performative Perspectives on Immersive Interactive Art

Interface Cultures Guestlecture Series Simon Penny  • Embodied, Enactive and Performative Perspectives on Immersive Interactive Art Talk by Simon Penny: Skill: Know-how, artisanal practices and ‘higher’ cognition. Skilled practitioners attest that in their experience of skilled practice, intelligence feels like it is happening in peripersonal space, at the fingertips, on …

Sonja Bäumel • THE LIVING

Interface Cultures Guestlecture Series Sonja Bäumel • THE LIVING We kickstart the new semester’s guest-lecture series with Austrian artist, independent researcher and art educator Sonja Bäumel. Sonja Bäumel’s artistic research explores ‘the living’ and the evolving perception of what bodies are made of. In active collaborative endeavours, she investigates the influence that …

Feminist AI lecture series @ University of Arts Linz

7. Sept., 11. Okt., 8. und 22. Nov., 13. Dez. 2023 und 10. Jän. 2024 – ONLINE via Webex Die Vortragsreihe, initiert von der Forschungsgruppe Critical Data der Abteilung Interface Cultures und dem akg (Arbeitskreis für Gleichbehandlungsfragen) der Kunstuniversität Linz, präsentiert inspirierende Vorträge zu Gender und KI. In a technological landscape, where media …

Resonating Selves // Interface Cultures at Ars Electronica Festival 2023

Resonating Selves is part of the Ars Electronica Festival 2023 6th-10th of September 2023, at Postcity Linz In an era where truth is increasingly elusive and subjective, the latest Interface Cultures student exhibition “Resonating Selves” presents a captivating exploration of how our identities resonate and interact with the world around …

Interface Cultures presents APOPHENIA

An aesthetic presentation of speculative collective imaginaries and narratives invites the audience to question the constructed nature of our shared realities and notions of truth. Further aesthetic exploration of AI tools adds a new layer of complexity, amplifying new possibilities for biases and errors that can arise from this new …

Quantified Perspectives: Rethinking Data Narratives @ Computational Creativity Hub at University of Luxembourg

Exhibition artwork with purple and green colors

A work in progress-exhibition by Critical Data students from the Interface Cultures department of the University of Art and Design, Linz. In the context of the collaborative lecture Critical Data of the Interface Cultures department, students of the Kunstuniversität Linz exchanged ideas with professors and PhD candidates of the University …

Interface Cultures – Admission Examination

Curious about art dealing with media and technologies? Do you want to discover more about interactive art, virtual environments, physical computing, and creative robotics? Are you interested in creating digital experiences and re-think future knowledge systems? We are pleased to announce that the admission examination for Interface Cultures Master is …

Interface Cultures’ Day of Open House • Brunch Lecture with Marta Pérez-Campos • The Secret Life of Algorithms

Interface Cultures’ Day of Open House • Brunch Lecture Marta Pérez-Campos • The Secret Life of Algorithms Many project ideas from students at Interface Cultures have their origins in the kitchen. Eating together seems to promote creativity and that’s why we decided to offer a brunch lecture for the Open …

Akiko Takahashi • From Computer to Knitting

Interface Cultures Guestlecture Series Akiko Takahashi • From Computer to Knitting We kickstart the new semester’s guest-lecture series with Japanese artist, designer, and programmer Akiko Takahashi. Originally from Tokyo, Akiko lives and works in Germany. With a background in computer science, she became interested in the art field after receiving …

Sankt Interface | Website

EDITIONS 2023 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 POSTERS SANKT INTERFACESankt Interface is an artistic project organized by Interface Cultures which serves also as the annual celebration of our department. It is not a coincidence that it is celebrated around every ninth of December, the same day of 1968 …