Warm up day 3

Let’s continue the warm up with some more amazing works from our colleague: Homo Restis Jens Vetter, Sarah Leimck Homo Restis, a performance-live-sonic-installation, could be seen as another fruit in a long term collaborative exchange between the musician Jens Vetter and visual artist Sarah Leimcke. The potent medieval-futurism of the …

Warm up day 2 

Here we are with new up date of the work that will participate to ars elettronica: Alibi Nathan Guo Alibi is a speculative and interactive installation that creates an astronaut suit for a fish, giving it the ability to move around by taking advantage of robotic arm.​ ​Inspired by “Becoming …

Warm Up chapter one

To arrive enough warm for our exhibition “Speculative Materialities” i will present some work that will be exhibit: Arritmia Gabriela Gordillo Arritmia is a sound installation of an ongoing composition made out of rhythms of everyday life. Visitors are able to set different loops, according to the duration of daily …

Cristian Villavicencio recent works

Interface Cultures is glad to announce that Cristian Villavicencio, IC guest researcher, recently participated at the competition Arte Laguna Prize in Venice and won the “Artist in Gallery” Award with Galeria Fernando Santos in Portugal.  [here the awarded projects]   Cristian was exhibiting his project Rotation / Translation, which is …

GALERIE CHARLOT- L.MIGNONNEAU & C.SOMMERER

From 10th of September to the 11th of October 2014, at the Galerie Charlot, in Paris, Christa Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau exhibited three works of them: The Value of Art (Unruhige See) (2010), Escape (2012) and Excavate (2012). Here the link of the event. Online articles about their works on Le blog de …

The Inhabited Interface at bb15.

During the last semester part of the IC students took part  in Interface Technologies, lecture given by Enrique Tomas. The result of the classes has been presented as an exhibition located in the linzer off-space bb15 from 28th January to 4th February 2014. The title of the exhibition was Inhabited …