On all days of the festival, the Time-Based and Interactive Media Art department presented a total of 13 works on "Cooperative Aesthetics" in the Deep Space of the Ars Electronica Center.
Documentary of all works
Time-based and Interactive Media Arts is a full-time Bachelor degree programme for students with a wide range of interests and future media designers and artists who
The artistic Bachelor programme “Time-based and Interactive Media” offers a comprehensive and professional introduction and access to the theory, techniques and design of digital media and thus combines the complementary focuses of time-based media and interactive media.
In cooperation with Ars Electronica our excellent students have the opportunity to present their works within the exhibition programme TIME OUT in the Ars Electronica Center Linz.
Website of the current exhibition
At this year's Ars Electronica Festival, new selected works by students and program director Gerhard Funk from the series "Cooperative Aesthetics" will be shown in Deep Space https://ars.electronica.art/error/de/aesthetics/
In addition, Gerhard Funk lectures on cooperative aesthetics at the Symposium Expanded Animation - Interfaces in Motion and at the Digital Theater Network Meeting
In November and December 2016 we celebrated the 10th anniversary of our curriculum with a screening of 10 movies in the Moviemento cinema, an audio-visual performance with "Funkstörung / Lightstorm" in the OK-Centrum and an exhibition "werk | schau" at the our university, where a selection of interactive works and installations were shown.
In cooperation with the "Tanzhafen Festival 2015" dancers explored the interaction with modern technology. They presented choreographies by using interactive works, which our students developed especially for the Deep Space at Ars Elctronica Center. Afterwards the audience was able to try out the projects themselves.