Und/Oder, Galerie In der Lände, Kressbronn
08.07.2021, Category: Publication
The CYTTER.datalab laboratory report CYTTER.log is now ready for shipment!
It includes an archive of all registered objects, an overview of translation processes, modules and CYTTER.datalab installations, and four contributions from experts in experimental computer science, media studies, philosophy, and arts.
Edition of 200
offset print, 320 pages
16,5 cm x 12 cm
18.02.2021, Category: Exhibition
First hybrid datalab @ MATJÖ – Raum für Kunst
Today, the first hybrid installation of CYTTER.datalab has been launched. It is realized together with MATJÖ – Raum für Kunst in Cologne.
Visitors are invited to send a physical object to the lab to have it translated into its digitally altered VERSION. All translation steps are displayed in real time on the lab's website. Processes on site can be followed via a livestream on March 11.
04.02.2021, Category: Prize
I'm very happy about a project grant from the BBK - Bundesverband for a digital realization of my artistic research project »CYTTER«.
Together with experts from the fields of web development, graphic design and social media strategies, we will work on an interdisciplinary web platform. More infos coming soon!
22.09.2020, Category: Exhibition
A new version of Luminograf X will be on display in the exhibition »Parallel Worlds. Art, Science and Fiction« at Kunstmuseum Celle.
With works by: Roland Burkart, Verena Friedrich, Florian Froese-Peeck, Helga Griffiths, Marcel Große, David Link, Mike Mandel & Larry Sultan, Benjamin Maus & Julius von Bismarck, Laurent Mignonneau & Christa Sommerer
10.09.2020, Category: Exhibition
Ontology Generator @ Nacht der Kunst Leipzig
For the »Night of Art« in Leipzig, the ontology generator was installed on the monumental glass facade of an office building. The slanted glass panes reflect the immediate surroundings and thus create unpredictable references between the light installation and the events of everyday life on the street.
04.08.2020, Category: Publication
Interview by »Kultur einer Digitalstadt«
05.07.2020, Category: Exhibition
A new version of CYTTER.datalab was installed in Leipzig. Visitors could scan objects of their choice during the 6-hour »soft opening« of an exhibition. CYTTER.datalab ml_61 was realized with support of Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen.
Photo: Juliane Schwabenbauer