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Awards for Research in Artistic Technology

The Research Institute for Arts & Technology (RIAT) is pleased to invite you to the inaugural Awards for Research in Artistic Technology at the Vienna Gartenbaukino on Thursday December 10 at 9:45pm. The awards honor those who have extended the field of artistic technology through pioneering and original approaches within art and research. The 2015 winners are Oswald Wiener, Mario de Vega and Nicolas Maigret. They will be awarded a sculpture by Austrian artist Niki Passath. 

Axel Stockburger will host the evening and moderate a discussion between Matthias Tarasiewicz, Sophie-Carolin Wagner and the laureate Oswald Wiener. Following the discussion, Nicolas Maigret will show his live torrent collage Pirate Cinema and Mario de Vega will present an immersive sound performance. 

Both Mexican artist Mario de Vega and French artist Nicolas Maigret are currently Artists-in-Residence within the newly developed RIAT Residency program, implemented in cooperation with the Q21 / MuseumsQuartier Wien. 

The event also features the launch of the first edition of the open-access Journal for Research Cultures. The journal explores experimental research strategies within artistic and scientific work. The first issue includes contributions from Armin Medosch, Tavi Meraud, Rosemary Lee, Gerald Nestler, Shintaro Miyazaki, Josh Harle, Hans-Jörg Rheinberger and Margarete Jahrmann.

Schedule:
22:00: Evening program begins in the cinema
Discussion with Oswald Wiener
Nicolas Maigret: The Pirate Cinema
Mario de Vega: Live-Performance
00:00 - Music program in the cinema foyer
n-chtbttte / https://soundcloud.com/ijuihu
Michael Giebl / TRANSFORMERMUSIC
Raju Arara / https://hareakedod.bandcamp.com/album/004-raju-arara

Details:

December 10, 9:45pm
Gartenbaukino
Parkring 12
1010 Vienna
Austria

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Das Research Institute for Arts & Technology (RIAT), freut sich, Sie am Donnerstag, den 10. Dezember 2015 ab 21:00h im wiener Gartenbaukino begrüßen zu dürfen. Im Rahmen dieser Veranstaltung wird zum ersten Mal der Recognition Award for Research in Artistic Technology vergeben. Dieser Anerkennungspreis wird jährlich an eine_n Pionier_in und zwei junge Positionen verliehen, die durch ihren Beitrag im Bereich der künstlerischen Technologie neue, wesentliche Denkansätze zwischen Kunst und Forschung eröffnet haben. Die Preisträger 2015 sind Oswald Wiener, Mario de Vega und Nicolas Maigret

Einleitende Worte werden von Axel Stockburger gesprochen. Er moderiert in weiterer Folge eine Gesprächsrunde mit Matthias Tarasiewicz, Sophie-Carolin Wagner und dem Preisträger Oswald Wiener. Im Anschluss daran treten Nicolas Maigret mit seiner Live-Torrent Collage Pirate Cinema und Mario de Vega mit einer Sound-Performance auf. Die Award Skulptur wurde von dem östereichischen Künstler Niki Passath entworfen.

Der mexikanische Künstler Mario de Vega und der aus Frankreich stammende Nicolas Maigret sind darüberhinaus die aktuellen Artists-In-Residence innerhalb des neu entwickelten RIAT Residency Programmes, das in Zusammenarbeit mit dem q21/Museumsquartier Wien realisiert wurde.

Ebenso freuen wir uns die erste Ausgabe unseres als Open-Access veröffentlichten Journal for Research Cultures präsentieren zu können. Darin widmen sich internationale Forscher_innen den Strategien künstlerischen und wissenschaftlichen Arbeitens. Issue #1 beinhaltet Texte von Armin Medosch, Tavi Meraud, Rosemary Lee, Gerald Nestler, Shintaro Miyazaki, Josh Harle, Hans-Jörg Rheinberger sowie Margarete Jahrmann.

Ablauf: 

22:00 - Einlass ins Kino und Start des Abendprogramms 
Gesprächssrunde mit Oswald Wiener 
Nicolas Maigret: The Pirate Cinema 
Mario de Vega: Live-Performance 
ab 00:00 - Ausklang im Foyer mit Musikprogramm
n-chtbttte
Michael Giebl / TRANSFORMERMUSIC
Raju Arara

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Artistic Bokeh in co-operation with Apertus Open Source Cinema and Artistic Technology Research (University of Applied Arts) is presenting the exhibit Open Source Cinema Lab at quartier21 in MuseumsQuartier Vienna. On the opening date (24th september 2014, 19:00) there is the opportunity to meet up with the Apertus team, to see the Apertus AXIOM alpha camera prototype and to celebrate the current crowdfunding campaign on indiegogo.


Open Source Cinema Lab examines the emerging 'third-industrial revolution' that is occurring within the garages and workshops of enthusiasts. These enthusiasts have been coined 'makers', and are already drawing the attention of governments, with Barack Obama recently hosting a 'Maker Faire' at the Whitehouse. However, this 'maker movement' isn't only causing a technological sea change in terms of industrial manufacturing, but also a restructuring of the basic principles of the market. This is evident in particular with the Apertus Open Source Cinema project which is featured within the exhibition, and their strong ethos of openness. Apertus endorses freedom, by ensuring that they produce will be free to be used for any purpose, free to be studied, free to modify, and free to redistribute copies and copies of any modified versions to others. This freedom and openness will liberate makers, cultural producers and artists to experiment and create in hitherto unimagined ways. 

Artistic Bokeh seeks to draw attention to this groundbreaking project with this exhibit and encourages the public to contribute to Apertus' crowdfunding campaign to produce the world's first publicly available open source cinema camera. 

http://artisticbokeh.com/post/apertus-axiom-open-cinema-lab
http://www.mqw.at/programm/programmdetail/apertus-axiom-open-source-cinema-lab
https://www.facebook.com/events/371876792974595
http://www.apertus.org
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/axiom-beta-the-first-open-digital-cinema-camera

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Performance-Abend: Out of the Box / künstlerische Forschun
im MAK Wien, Dienstag 17.12.2013 18:00h - Eintritt Frei! https://www.facebook.com/events/501709709945355

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Added photos to VAW Podiumsdiskussion: Kunst und Kapital.

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DISKUSSION: KUNST UND KAPITAL 
Über Community-Währungen, Cryptocurrencies und alternative Ökonomien in Kunst und Gesellschaft debattieren unter dem Titel „Kunst und Kapital“ im quartier21/MuseumsQuartier, Raum D, Museumsplatz 1, Wien 7, am Mittwoch, den 20. November 2013 um 18 Uhr: Harald Schilly, Bitcoin Austria, Matthias Tarasiewicz, Artistic Bokeh und Franz Xaver, Community-Währung Gibling. Moderation: Lorenz "eSeL" Seidler. Im Anschluss an die Podiumsdiskussion wird im quartier21/MQ eine Gibling Wechselstube eröffnet. 

http://esel.at/termin/67799

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Artist-in-residence Andrew Newman will perform on Thursday at Quartier21 in MuseumsQuartier as part of Vienna Art Week and the Faceless: Part II exhibition https://www.facebook.com/events/599973920039283/?ref=22
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