Works by four undergrads in Linz Art University’s Time-based and Interactive Media program have been on display in the TIME OUT .05 exhibition at the Ars Electronica Center since March 16th. Two of the featured artists are Elisabeth Prast and Fabian Erblehner.
The fifth edition of the TIME OUT exhibition opens at the Ars Electronica Center on Wednesday, March 16, 2016, 6:30 PM. This show staged in cooperation with Linz Art University showcases outstanding media art projects by undergrads in the school’s Time-based and Interactive Media program. One of the four students participating in TIME OUT .05 is Thomas Schwarz.
Julian Reil sends out messages sealed inside a watertight glass bottle. Thanks to SMS and an LED module, the contents of the communiqués can be composed post-launch and displayed. “Bottleneck” is featured in the TIME OUT .03 exhibition in the Ars Electronica Center.
“Draw:er” scrutinizes the images that come to mind when people think about Austria. This audio installation by young media artist Verena Mayrhofer is part of the TIME OUT .03 exhibition at the Ars Electronica Center.
How do flashes of light affect our perception? Media artist Dawid Liftinger’s FLASHLIGHTINSTALLATION #1 in the Ars Electronica Center explores the artistic potential of electronic flash units used in photography.
Wooden eye, take care – this is a well-known phrase in German language, which comes to life in “The Eye Named Frank”, an artificial eye that keeps track of its observers.
A Francis Bacon for 140 million, a Pablo Picasso for 120 million U.S. dollars. Are these works of art really worth that much? The “Art Retriever” of art and media student Rosi Grillmair gives an insight into the world of the art market.
The visualization of his dance performance entitled “Anatta” totally blew away the audience that gathered in the Ars Electronica Center’s Deep Space in late January 2014, now it can be seen in March 2014 again. Viktor Delev gave us a few personal insights into his work.
In the new exhibition series “TIME OUT .01”, which opened in January 2014 in collaboration with the program “Time-based and Interactive Media” of Linz Art University, the Austrian artist Stefan Tiefengraber presents three of his works in the foyer of the Ars Electronica Center in Linz . In this interview, the 32-year-old talks about them in more detail.
“TIME OUT”, this is the title of the new exhibition series at the Ars Electronica Center, which will open on THU January 30, 2014, 7 PM, and will present from now on selected and excellent works of the study course “Time-based and Interactive Media” at the University of Art and Design Linz.