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ISEA2010 RUHR Conference
P23 Coded Cultures and Japan Media Arts Festival Panel Session

Tue 24 August 2010
15:00–16:30h
Volkshochschule Dortmund, L 102

Moderated by Georg Russegger (at/jp)

  1. 15:00h | Georg Russegger (at/jp): Coded Cultures Festival. Exploring Creative Emergences
  2. 15:20h | Asami Hosokawa (jp): Japan Media Arts Festival
  3. 15:40h | Matthias Tarasiewicz (at), Michal Wlodkowski (at): 5uper.net/ Coded Cultures
  4. 16:00h | Georg Tremmel (at/jp): Common Flowers / White Out. Bio-hacking, Open-sourcing and Exorcising GM Flowers

ISEA2010 Conference Proceedings | P23 Coded Cultures and Japan Media Arts Festival Panel Session (PDF, 113.5 KB)

Georg Russegger (at/jp)

Coded Cultures Festival. Exploring Creative Emergences

Coded Cultures - Exploring Creative Emergences (Part of the Austria - Japan Year 2009) is exploring new artistic practices and creative ability profiles within media integrated project-cultures and digital media related arts. In the Presentation a special focus will be given the intersection of Art, Technology, Science and Design describing a type of artist which can not be described within disciplinary guidelines. From all participants we will present an essence with examples and cooperative partners who will be present at ISEA and part of the exhibition.
Further Information: codedcultures

ISEA2010 Conference Proceedings | Coded Cultures Festival. Exploring Creative Emergences (PDF)

Georg Russegger is curator, producer and researcher holding a Ph.D. in Mediatheory, working in the field of Anthropology with a focus on self-organization in media-integrated knowledge cultures. As Scientific Manager he develops a European Masters in Ludic Interfaces at the Interface Culture Lab Linz.

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Asami Hosokawa (jp)

Japan Media Arts Festival

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Matthias Tarasiewicz (at), Michal Wlodkowski (at)

5uper.net/ Coded Cultures

Matthias Tarasiewicz, one of the founders of 5uper.net and CEO of the media prototyping company mutti.jp. Together with Georg Russegger and Michal Wlodkowski he is coordinating “Coded Cultures – Exploring Creative Emergences”. He was curating and producing various Exhibitions and Art-related Events with 5uper.net (e.g. Coded Cultures – 2004, Cuisine Digitale – 2006, Playfulness – 2008). While being active as a curator, artist and researcher since 1998, Matthias is developing experimental media prototypes and researching in the fields of game theory, network theory and experimental media architectures. He studied visual Arts at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna.

Michal Wlodkowski: Since the founding of 5uper.net in 2003 he was curating and producing over 40 Exhibitions and Art-Events among them “Coded Cultures – Decoding Digital Culture” in 2004. Michal Wlodkowski studied digital Arts at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna and Ravensbourne College, London and received his Master degree in 2006.

Coded Cultures: Founded by 5uper.net in Vienna, Coded Cultures is based on multinational exchange contexts and explores new artistic creative ability-profiles within media integrated delineation cultures and digital media related arts. The last edition of the festival focused on Japan and Europe with a special perspective on project cultures and their creative codes on the intersection of Art, Science, Technology and Design.

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Georg Tremmel (at/jp)

Common Flowers / White Out. Bio-hacking, Open-sourcing and Exorcising GM Flowers

Common Flowers / White Out aims to remove the genetic modification responsible to blue colour in Suntory's Moondust line of commercially available blue genetically-modified carnation and restore the flower to its original, natural, pure white state. This double genetic manipulation negates the original intention and serves to question concepts of change, nature, and manipulation in the ongoing discussions about biosciences and their implications in the wider social context.

ISEA2010 Conference Proceedings | Common Flowers / White Out. Bio-hacking, Open-sourcing and Exorcising GM Flowers (PDF)

Georg Tremmel studied Visual Media Art in Vienna and Interaction Design at the RCA. He is a founding member of the artistic collaborative research framework BCL and currently works as a Research at the University of Tokyo's Human Genome Centre at the Laboratory of DNA Information Analysis.

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