Presentation & Research

Lectures and Presentations

Guest lecture FH-Hagenberg “Generative Kunst”, 2015, Presentation of the Ars Electronica Archive and lecture on trends and developments in the international media art based on the Ars Electronica Festivals and the Prix Ars Electronica within a course (Roland Haring – Ars Electronica Futurlab) by Mag. Christina Radner.

Guest lecture FH-Hagenberg “Generative Kunst”, 2014, Presentation of the Ars Electronica Archive and lecture on the tasks and challenges of archiving media art within a course (Roland Haring – Ars Electronica Futurlab) by Mag. Martina Hechenberger and Mag. Christina Radner.

Guest lecture FH-Hagenberg “Generative Kunst”, 2013, Presentation of the Ars Electronica Archive and lecture on trends and developments in the international media art based on the Ars Electronica Festivals and the Prix Ars Electronica within a course (Roland Haring – Ars Electronica Futurlab) by Mag. Christina Radner.

Exhibition opening “maerzwärts” in celebration of the centenary of artists association MAERZ, 25.06.2013
Welcome: Ulrike Neumaier and Gerhard Brandl; Presentation of Archives from Linz: Mag. Klaus Birngruber, M.A., Diözesanarchiv Linz, Mag.a Dr.in Cornelia Daurer, M.A.S., Archiv der Stadt Linz, Mag.a Martina Hechenberger, Ars Electronica Archiv, Dr. Christian Enichlmayr, OÖ. Landesbibliothek, DI Dr. Martin Pfosser, Biologiezentrum Linz, Abteilung Botanik, Mag. Hubert Nitsch, Kunstreferat Diözese Linz, anniversary post MAERZ. maerzwärts

Guest lecture at the Kunstuniversität Linz, Interface Cultures Departement, 2012, Martina Hechenberger and Theresa Schubert-Minski concerning: “Concepts and Strategies for Digital Archiving and Mediation from the Ars Electronica”.

Guest lecture FH-Hagenberg “Generative Kunst”, 2011 and 2012, Presentation within a course (Roland Haring – Ars Electronica Futurlab) by Theresa Schubert-Minski and Martina Hechenberger.

Conference „Medialibraries and Archives for the 21st Century”, LABoral 2010, Presentation by Theresa Schubert-Minski.

Ars Electronica Festival 2009: Presentation of the Ars Electronica Archive by Jutta Schmiederer, Michael Badics and Martina Hechenberger.

Taxonomy „Interaktive Art“, on the example of the Prix Ars Electronica. A research project by Katja Kwastek 2007-09.

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Guest Researcher

Doc. Mgr. Daniel Matej, ArtD., composer, performer, teacher and promoter of the contemporary music in Slowakia. Residence: end of June – early August

Daniel Matej is a founder and co-founder of several ensembles active in the field of contemporary composed and improvised music – such as VENI ensemble, VENI ACADEMY, VAPORI del CUORE, don@u.com, OVER4tea and others. In 1996-2013 he taught at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, since 2011 he is teaching at the Faculty of Education of the Comenius University of Bratislava and since 2013 also at the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno, Czech Republic. In the Ars Electronica Archive he did research on the topic “Establishing of the Czech Terminology System in the Area of Multimedia Arts” among other things. Following the guest stay an article from him was published in the Czech music magazine “opus musicum, 5/2014”, with the title “Spomienky na budúcnost´ – Ars Electronica 1979-2014″ (“Memories of the Future – Ars Electronica 1979-2014″).

Johannes Biermann, master student at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart, course “Konservierung Neuer Medien und Digitaler Information”; Residence: August – September 2012
Project during the internship: Development of the PrixMap
Interactive world map for visualizing prize winners of Prix Ars Electronica

Laura Benitez Valero, doctoral student at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, department of philosophy. Residence: March- May 2012;
Research on the topic: „Ethics and Aesthetics in Bioart“

Laura Benitez Valero, doctoral student at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, department of philosophy. Residence: February- April 2011;
Research on the topic: „Ethics and Aesthetics in Bioart“