Art

Meter Crawler at Ars Electronica/Volkswagen Forum

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Meter Crawler by Keiko Takahashi can be seen at the exhibition:

ARS ELECTRONICA Wie eine zweite Natur
06. Juni bis 28. Juli 2013

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Seminars

Science Kitchen 4

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  • facts and fictions

  • of food (and) machines
  • wednesday, 18:00
  • lab3

on the 22nd of May

Christian Faubel talks about
“l’aile ou la couisse?”

What do you want to eat?

 

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Guest Lectures

Science Kitchen 3

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  • facts and fictions

  • quantum physics
  • wednesday, 18:00
  • lab3

on the 08th of May

with an introduction by Clemens Kujawski

and discussions surrounding
wave-particle duality
and decoherence.

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Seminars

cybernetic serendipity

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  • Gabriele Gramelsberger and Lasse Scherffig
  • SS 2013, Fachseminar
  • Thursday May 2nd. 6 p.m. and Friday May 3rd, 11 a.m.
  • Lab3

Four years after the first computer art exhibitions, Generative Computergrafik, in Stuttgart and Computer-Generated Picture in New York (1965) in 1968 the show Cybernetic Serendipity: The Computer and the Arts took place in London: “ 130 contributors, of whom 43 were composers, artists and poets, and 87 … engineers, doctors, computer scientists and philosophers.”

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Seminars

How to grow a plastic garden?

  • David Hahlbrock
  • SS 2013, Fachseminar
  • Donnerstags 16:30-18:30
  • Lab3

Wachstum wird in den verschiedensten gesellschaftlichen Kontexten beobachtet und beschreibt immer zeitgebundene Prozesse der Zunahme und Vermehrung. Die Bevölkerung wächst. Die Städte mutieren zu Megacities. Hedgefonds wuchern und das kann negatives Wirtschaftswachstum zur Folge haben. Tiere wachsen oft in Hochhäusern und die Pflanzen wachsen wild oder kultiviert – auf der Erde und sogar im All. Menschen können in Reagenzgläsern wachsen. Im Laufe des Lebens wächst oder schrumpft jeder. Das größte Lebewesen der Welt ist ein 2400 Jahre alter Pilz, der sich auf über 880 Hektar verbreitet hat. Und wie wächst das was man will? Welches Wachstum kann man beeinflussen? Was wächst wann? Wo wächst was?

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Seminars

Science Kitchen 2

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  • facts and fictions

  • introductionary topics
  • wednesday, 18:00
  • lab3

on the 24th of April

about
Food Processing (David Hahlbrock),
Cargo Cult (Georg Trogemann) and
Science Fiction and/in History (Karin Lingnau).

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Events

Mapping Time at the European Media Art Festival

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  • 24.04.2013 - 28.04.2013
  • European Media Art Festival Osnabrück

Tuchfühler by Christoph Kilian is part of the Exhibition Mapping Time at the European Media Art Festival.

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Experiments

networks synchrony and timing

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Synchrony is a natural phenomenon that can be observed in humans, animals and other organisms. Humans, animals and plants, for example, synchronize their internal daily rhythm (circadian rhythm) to the 24 hour cycle of the earth’s rotation.

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Guest Lectures

Karl Heinz Jeron — Interaction, Participation, Networking

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  • Karl Heinz Jeron
  • SS 2013, Guest Lecture
  • 24th april 2013, 16:00-18:00
  • Lab3

In late 1994, the International City Federation was founded in Berlin. Probably the most prominent Net project in Germany in the period 1995­/1996, its aim as an independent Internet provider was to make it easier for cultural projects to build up an Internet presence. The IS offered low-priced Internet access and server capacity for experimentation–a service not to be underestimated at a time when private Internet access was beyond most people’s means.

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Guest Lectures

Science Kitchen starts

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  • Voyager 3/AS (autopoietic system)

  • Miha Turši?, Špela Petri?, Jerneja Rebernak
  • guest lecture
  • 17th April 2013, 18:00 h
  • Lab3

The space probes Voyager 1 and 2 are the only manifestations of humanity so far that have travelled beyond the edges of the heliosphere. They were launched into space in 1977 and a decade later flew past the most distant planets in our solar system. …

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