28. February 2012 Ausstellungen
The second part of the exhibition project \"outside-inside\" took place during the \"Sommerloch\" exhibition \'09 at the University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe. From 15th till 19th July many works from the Department of Media Arts/Digital Media/InfoArt were shown.
28. February 2012 Ausstellungen
The next project is the night happening \"Pirates 2.0\" on February 7th 2008. It will start at dusk on the premises of the Rhine harbor in Karlsruhe. Impressive installations and performances from a variety of artistic fields will be presented. The site presents interesting challenges to the exhibition concept. Silent tracks, different architectural styles, natural steppe and mountain of scrap characterize the environment of the basin. The varied ambience allows for much room for boundless experimentation.
The Department of Digital Media at the University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe has shown positions of young artists in the Monastery Ruins Frauenalb under the title \"Outside\". The exhibition was a great success and was numerously attended despite rainy weather. It was already the seventh interactive exhibition of \"GoPublic\". Their works have been shown in Prague, Bangkok, Barcelona and many other major cities around the world. The basic idea is to establish art which is accessible in public spaces. The concept was initiated by Prof. Michael Bielicky.
The project \"Riding a Train\" is the second event of the HfG Seminar Go Public. This time the venue is Karlsruhe main station. Students of the Departments Digital Media/InfoArt and Communicationdesign show conceptually, analog and digitally realized works at various locations in the station. The aim of the project is to reinvent the station as a cultural space. In the words of Prof. Michael Bielicky \"Go Public / Riding A Train\" is an experimental event as well as an unconventional attempt to confront the people in the train station with art.
\"Get out of the HfG!\" This was the motto of the seminar \"Go Public” initiated by Prof. Michael Bielicky, who has been teaching at the HfG since winter term 2006/2007. He invited Digital Media / InfoArt students to realize their creative ideas in public space. One project of this seminar is called \"Go Public / Guerilla Screening\" and can be seen on 09.02.2007 at 18.00 o’clock on the Marktplatz (market square) in Karlsruhe. Using two projectors, power generators and notebooks artistic works will be projected on the surrounding houses.
On July 24th, 2007 InfoArt students projected their works on facades of Prague. Video by artycok.tv
The Department of Media Arts | InfoArt presented the exhibition project 2Media Circus” at the annual exhibition SOMMERLOCH of the University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe.
For one night, surrounded by nature a media art landscape emerged, which offered a wide range of performance and installations. The experiments with images, light and sounds extended over the entire park. A glowing control system marked the paths between stations. Numerous opportunities to participate and test actively opened a completely new perspective and interest for art to many visitors.
This year\'s summer exhibition of the Department InfoArt was dominated by the GameLab. The GameLab at the Institute for Postdigital Narrativity at the HfG is a label for media art, which deals with the media game and the contemporary game culture. The profile is characterized by artistic production and research on game art, retro games, serious games, machinima, augmented reality and stereoscopy. The game concept has been extended and this border crossing is the area of research. The GameLab was founded in 2010 by Prof. Michael Bielicky, Jens Stober and Adam Rafinski.