Artworks

Cascoland

Cascoland contributes to TIK with two Mobile Gardens, which are being grown over the last weeks. During the festival the members of Cascoland introduce the ideas of their green interventions into public space, how this can be done and what

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Cascoland

Cascoland contributes to TIK with two Mobile Gardens, which are being grown over the last weeks. During the festival the members of Cascoland introduce the ideas of their green interventions into public space, how this can be done and what

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Guerrilla beehive project

by Patrick de Koning The project is meant to examine the connection between the bee and environmental health. With prototyped open source beehives placed in trees in public locations a network is created within city limits. This could increase the

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Guerrilla beehive project

by Patrick de Koning The project is meant to examine the connection between the bee and environmental health. With prototyped open source beehives placed in trees in public locations a network is created within city limits. This could increase the

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Nothing Suspecting Situation

by Ludmila Hornáková. installation The project emphasizes an apparently perfect and unsuspecting situation, where a destructive and invisible threat is coming about without being realised. This idea stresses the ignorance of people and questions the safety of everyday life by

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Nothing Suspecting Situation

by Ludmila Hornáková. installation The project emphasizes an apparently perfect and unsuspecting situation, where a destructive and invisible threat is coming about without being realised. This idea stresses the ignorance of people and questions the safety of everyday life by

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Laundry Clocks

by Barbara Huber cocreated with Stefanie Wuschitz and Marton Juhasz. installation Laundry Clocks is a reference to unpaid female labor – washing, hanging up, ironing, folding, putting laundry in the cupboard, using it. This labor often is invisible. It is

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Laundry Clocks

by Barbara Huber cocreated with Stefanie Wuschitz and Marton Juhasz. installation Laundry Clocks is a reference to unpaid female labor – washing, hanging up, ironing, folding, putting laundry in the cupboard, using it. This labor often is invisible. It is

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Ctesibius

by Barbara Huber, Martina Kedrova and Norbert Math. installation The name – Ctesibius – comes from a greek inventor, whose inventions are based on wind and water. He built the first known organ driven by water known as Hydraulis. Here,

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Ctesibius

by Barbara Huber, Martina Kedrova and Norbert Math. installation The name – Ctesibius – comes from a greek inventor, whose inventions are based on wind and water. He built the first known organ driven by water known as Hydraulis. Here,

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Sown: urban farming communities

by Daniele Sambo Sown is a photographic project, in which Daniele Sambo unveils wastelands in different European cities at night. For the artificial light he borrows electricity from the surrounding residents, bringing them in the picture almost as partners or

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Sown: urban farming communities

by Daniele Sambo Sown is a photographic project, in which Daniele Sambo unveils wastelands in different European cities at night. For the artificial light he borrows electricity from the surrounding residents, bringing them in the picture almost as partners or

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Thurn & Taxis sound map

by Jonathan Prior A presentation of a sound map that sonically traces the area between Q-O2/ OKNO and Thurn & Taxis, using GPS located field recordings. An assortment of microphones (including hydrophones and contact microphones) has captured different types of

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Thurn & Taxis sound map

by Jonathan Prior A presentation of a sound map that sonically traces the area between Q-O2/ OKNO and Thurn & Taxis, using GPS located field recordings. An assortment of microphones (including hydrophones and contact microphones) has captured different types of

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“Gstettn”

by Reni Hofmüller, Helene Thümmel, Renate Mihatsch. installation The Austrian word “Gestettn” describes a free space, a temporarily unused space, usually found in cities, but also in the country side; it indicates a space that was used by humans but

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“Gstettn”

by Reni Hofmüller, Helene Thümmel, Renate Mihatsch. installation The Austrian word “Gestettn” describes a free space, a temporarily unused space, usually found in cities, but also in the country side; it indicates a space that was used by humans but

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Windsong

by Reni Hofmüller. installation The installation Windsong is using information transmitted from weather satellites. While passing over a location, satellites scan the surface of the Earth. These data can both be sonified or visualized. In Windsong, the loudness of the

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Windsong

by Reni Hofmüller. installation The installation Windsong is using information transmitted from weather satellites. While passing over a location, satellites scan the surface of the Earth. These data can both be sonified or visualized. In Windsong, the loudness of the

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Flowing Two

by Els van Riel. installation Els Van Riel sets up a short image loop projected by a 16mm film projector. The looped image is moving but without following a pre-directed time scheme or towards anything definite. Ephemeral as it is

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Flowing Two

by Els van Riel. installation Els Van Riel sets up a short image loop projected by a 16mm film projector. The looped image is moving but without following a pre-directed time scheme or towards anything definite. Ephemeral as it is

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Moss Garden

by Annemie Maes. installation A moss garden is a micro ecology. It tells a lot about the bigger ecological systems it is part of. A microscope offers the public the opportunity to dive into this fascinating world. At the same

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Moss Garden

by Annemie Maes. installation A moss garden is a micro ecology. It tells a lot about the bigger ecological systems it is part of. A microscope offers the public the opportunity to dive into this fascinating world. At the same

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Connected OpenGreens database

by Annemie Maes and Danielle Roberts. installation The connected OpenGreens project blends organic and technological matters into one and the same nature. It conducts long term observations with analogue and digital means on the growth, blossoming and decay of plants

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Connected OpenGreens database

by Annemie Maes and Danielle Roberts. installation The connected OpenGreens project blends organic and technological matters into one and the same nature. It conducts long term observations with analogue and digital means on the growth, blossoming and decay of plants

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