1. bis 6. Juni 2021 Mühlkreisbahnhof railway station in Linz Urfahr
Lehrende, Studierende und AbsolvenInnen von Interface Cultures sind am Programm beteiligt.
At this year’s LINZ FMR 21 Festival, numerous Interface Cultures staff, students and alumni are exhibiting, contributing to the festival program and supporting the production: Sara Koniarek, Enrique Tomás, Davide Bevilacqua, Sofia Braga, Matthias Schäfer, Gabriella Gordillo, Julia Nüßlein, Juan Pablo Linares Ceballos and others.
LINZ FMR – Art in Digital Contexts and Public Spaces is a biennial festival and format for artistic processes and positions, that reflects the ephemeral nature of our digital and connected present. The ever-advancing digitalization of everyday life implies an intense overlapping and layering of familiar physical, but also finely interwoven digital spaces. LINZ FMR focuses on the shifts, distortions and rifts that arise in this process and presents current artistic positions in this context.
We congratulate with the festival team and the organizing partners FMR 21, qujOchÖ, servus.at, Atelierhaus Salzamt, Department of Media Theories at University of Art and Design Linz and Sturm und Drang Galerie.
Festival program at 21.linzfmr.at