We were invited to exhibit “Samalu” and “Re:Dakar Arts Festival” at this years Siggraph Asia 2012 in Singapore. It was our first time to attend a Siggraph festival in Asia.
‘Testrun revolution’ documents folkloristic festivals where the ritual of “throwing things” at each other has a central role in the act of the celebrations. Normally, this would be considered as an aggressive attack to someone, but for the time of … Continued
Samalu is an artistic installation about mountain myths from Austria and Korea. Mountainous countries like Korea and Austria have a special relationship to their mountains. In Austria wise woman called the “Salige”, with knowledge of the mountains and special powers … Continued
During a 3 month artist in residency (September-December 2011) at Red Gate Gallery in Beijing, China, we conducted a research, how to “open museums” with the help of digital technologies. As a outcome of the residency we published the book … Continued
The workshop was a part of our research during the artist in residency program in Changdong Art Studio in Seoul for the Samalu installation. We organized the workshop to achieve a better understanding how Korean youth reflect on their mountain … Continued
The Re: Dakar Arts Festival project documents an ongoing art scam form. The scammers approach artists and galerists with open calls for a fake festival in Dakar, Senegal. To appear professional, they adopt different identities. To unveil their practice, three … Continued
The VJacket, developed by Tyler Freeman and Andreas Zingerle, is a wearable controller for live video performance. Built into the jacket are bend, touch and hit sensors which you can use to send OpenSoundControl or MIDI messages wirelessly to the … Continued
Killer Fashion Revolution is fashion hacktivism! Killer Fashion Revolution is a project that uses fashion hacktivism to promote human rights. This by transforming war related clothes to new designs promoting various Human Rights Declaration articles. In the project name the … Continued