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Art, Research, and Ecology – what is it like to be a non-human being?

The seminar with Eiko Soga introduces an idea of animistic gestures as ecological practices. Soga first introduces her experiences and learnings through art projects engaging with an indigenous community in Hokkaido, Japan called the Ainu. The students are then invited to explore bodily understanding of non-human beings and discuss making

Expanded Reality Worlds II Workshop mit Kathrin Hunze

Expanded Reality Worlds II  Workshop, Kathrin Hunze Mit Expanded Reality (XR) ist ein Überbegriff gemeint der für Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) und Mixed Reality (MR) Technologien steht.In dem zweiten Teil dieses Seminars werden wir in Expanded Realities eintauchen und deren verschiedene Formen (VR, AR, MR) als künstlerische Ausdruckform

Kohei Kimura Graduation Project

MIZUTAMARI – the Puddle – Installation, Size: 2500×2000×2000, Material: Aluminium, Acryl, LED Under the theme of ‘Adventures in Perception’, she uses light and sound on material ‘phenomena’ such as gravity and water and everyday ‘products’ to discover ‘something’ that could not be seen in themselves, and creates works from a

Oliver Ressler Podcast

Oliver Ressler is an artist and filmmaker working with installations, projects in public space, and films focused on economics, democracy, migration, the climate crisis, forms of resistance, and the possibility of social alternatives. Since 2019 Ressler has directed Barricading the Ice Sheets, a research project on the climate justice movement,

Rundgang 2021

The exhibition Another Matter by the Experimental Film and Media Art Class, held at Acud Gallery in July 2021, explored new ways of relating to the more-than-human and inquired into the social, material, and aesthetic conditions of the so-called Anthropocene. The exhibited works examined matters of concern beyond anthropocentrism, following

Another Matter Exhibition

The exhibition Another Matter explores new ways of relating to the more-than-human and inquires into the social, material, and aesthetic conditions of the so-called Anthropocene. The exhibited works examine matters of concern beyond anthropocentrism, following Donna Haraway’s call for tentacular thinking. As an aperture towards new understandings, it brings together

Dariia Kuzmych Master Project

A DISTRESSING IMAGE AFTER A SUDDEN INTERRUPTION OF MOVEMENT: AN IMAGE OF TIME Mixed media installation, dimensions variable, 2021 Installation setup: Tereza Yakovyna Documentation: Oksana Meister and Dariia Kuzmych Distortions and disruptions of time perception may occur after sudden changes in the familiar continuity of everyday events. Personal, social or

Anne Duk Hee Jordan Podcast

Transience and transformation are the central themes in the work of Anne Duk Hee Jordan. Through movement and performance, Jordan gives materiality another dimension – she builds motorized sculptures and creates edible landscapes. Her sculptures are intended to draw the viewer into the present and open a dialogue between natural

Nik Mantilla, Master Project

PANDEMONIUM  4-Channel video installation, 6:30 min, Size: variable, 2021 This four channel video installation is a visual conglomerate of the year 2020 and it‘s events. The shown footage is merged into a techno track that provokes each viewer to live through the incidences that by now have become part of

Jenna Sutela Podcast

Jenna Sutela works with words, sounds, and other living media, such as Bacillus subtilis nattō bacteria and the “many-headed” slime mold Physarum polycephalum. Her audiovisual pieces, sculptures, and performances seek to identify and react to precarious social and material moments, often in relation to technology. Sutela’s work has been presented