AUßENSTELLE

16. February 2015 Ausstellungen
AUßENSTELLE
In dem „Go Public“ Seminar der Hochschule für Gestaltung werden Projekte realisiert, die sich mit verschiedenen Dimensionen des öffentlichen Raumes auseinandersetzen. Der öffentliche Raum wird weltweit privatisiert und kommerzialisiert, wodurch der Begriff des öffentlichen Raums seine Bedeutung verliert. „Go Public“ bietet eine Möglichkeit diesen Raum mit kulturellen Interventionen wieder zurück zu erobern, zu rekultivieren und abseits der gängigen Kulturinstitutionen zu agieren.AUßENSTELLE ist ein Projekt, das das Seminar selbst zur (künstlerischen) Intervention im öffentlichen Raum werden lässt.

InfoArt 2009 – Outside – Inside

28. February 2012 News
InfoArt 2009 – Outside – Inside
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.

Go Public: Outside

14. February 2012 News
Go Public: Outside
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.

MEDIA CIRCUS

13. February 2012 News
MEDIA CIRCUS
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.

Stay Public – Wald halt

13. February 2012 Ausstellungen
Stay Public – Wald halt
On 28. January 2010 the Digital Media Division of the University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe showed positions of young artists in a forest area near Schöllbronn under the title \"Wald halt - a multi-media Black Forest Idyll\". For one night, the silence of the forest was turned into a multimedia art exhibition. \"Wald halt\" (“just forest”) surpassed all previous technical and organizational effort. The exhibition was accessible only by car, with the free shuttle service or a long hike through the dark forest. Under the direction of Prof.