KairUs is an artist collaboration platform founded in 2010 by Linda Kronman and Andreas Zingerle. The platform takes interest in Human-Computer and Human-Human Interaction and focuses on media art. KairUs explores participatory and interactive art practices by using various media expressions like video, photography, media installations, sound and performance. Through numerous events like workshops, exhibitions, talks, presentations and guided tours people are invited to participate and share opportune moments for art collaborations.
Andreas is a media artist from Innsbruck, Austria. He holds a Master of Arts degree; he studied in Linz (Austria) and Helsinki (Finland) at the Interface Culture/Media Lab department. In the last years he worked on several installations exploring a creative misuse of technology and alternative ways of Human Computer Interaction. Since 2004 he takes part in international conferences and exhibitions, among others Ars Electronica, Siggraph, Japan Media Arts Festival, File Electronic Language International.
Linda Kronman (MA) is a media artist and designer from Helsinki, Finland. Since year 2000 she has worked as Graphic Designer, Art Director and Animation Designer and taken part in several multidisciplinary Research & Design projects. In her artistic work she explores interactive and transmedial methods of storytelling. She is interested in participatory art and design practices, specially in connection to creative activism, and has organized several participatory workshops and attended international exhibitions.