Wanderlust. Sharing of reflective things resonante

In a joint exhibition format, contributions from research project teams developed especially for this year’s Angewandte Festival and supported by the Zentrum Fokus Forschung will be on display. In the willingness to critically surrender to discovering exploration lie both the excitement and the responsibility of research in art and science. The festival once again offers the opportunity to celebrate this. We offer path and space to delve into research projects from this perspective as part of Wanderlust.

We invite you to go on a walk together, to reflect with each other and exchange ideas on how research happens, develops and is constantly changing. Different moments in research will be made accessible at two University locations. These manifestations in the premises of the Zentrum Fokus Forschung at Vordere Zollamtsstraße 7 (ground floor, Room 001) will correspond with those on display at the Rustenschacherallee 2-4 exposition in Prater. On the way from one location to the other, hidden behind QR codes, the documented processes of change are awaiting: The project teams individually design the respective pairs at the two locations and the process in between (or its documentation), the direction of walking or reading varies from project to project.

 

Manifestations of the projects at sites:

A World of Blue

Karin Altmann, Aboubakar Fofana, Tristan Toé

 

Envelope #4

Artistic Research PhD Programme

 

Co-corporeality – responsive spaces in the era of biomediality

David Berry, Alexander Bismarck, Tiziano Derme, Carolin Gamirsi, Martin Gasser, Andi Heberlein, Barbara Imhof, Heribert Insam, Xavier Madden, Andreas Mautner, Damjan Minovski, Daniela Mitterberger, Judith, Ascher-Jenull, Patricia Tibu, Neptun Yousefi, Anne Zhao

 

Curiouser and Curiouser cried Alice: Rebuilding Janus from Cassandra and Pollyanna

Alexander Frühstorfer, Anab Jain, Time’s Up (Tina Auer, Tim Boykett)

 

Gemeinsam durch den Taumel

Ruth Anderwald, Laura Brechmann, Leonhard Grond

 

Magic Hour – Landscape

Gernot Gerger, Caroline Heider, Ruth Horak

 

Neuromatic Game Art: Kritisches Spiel mit Neurointerfaces

Margarete Jahrmann, Stefan Glasauer, Mark Coeckelbergh, Thomas Wagensommerer, Georg Luif, Imani Rameses, Charlotta Ruth, Anna Dobrosvestovna, Zarko Aleksis et.al.

 

Questionology. Programme for Applied Questioning

Cordula Daus, Charlotta Ruth & Team

 

Sillgrill

Thomas Ballhausen, Leonie Licht, Sergio Patricio Valenzuela Valdés

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