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Der Beweis wins City Of Cultures award

Short ago the project won one of the eight fundings of the City Of Cultures award of the city of Linz in the category “Sociocultural Integration of Migrants in Linz”. The awarding ceremony was hold on January 19th 2011 in … Continue reading

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Pizzabox Popup Catalogue

This years catalogue for the Interface Culture Exhibition on the Ars Electronica Festival was done in collaboration with my colleague Vesela Mihalova and me. Following her visual guideline a concept for the catalogue was developed which reflected this year’s motto … Continue reading

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Der Beweis…

“Der Beweis für Dinge, die nicht gesagt wurden” is an interactive public installation which deals with racism in every day life. Our team of three people (Shervin Afshar, David Brunnthaler, me) installed a telephone booth on the Nibelungenbrücke, Linz. It … Continue reading

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Games Workshop II – Gorilla Chest Drummer

Last week we had a Workshop on tangible game interfaces chiefly made out of textiles. Groups had to develop ideas for a game and its interface.

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BMW Service Booklet

This is the BMW Service Booklet, which was introduced to all cars in 2008 (except USA and Japan). It is type independent multi-lingual resp. using pictorial descriptions, extensible for garage services and languages and cheap to produce. The objective was … Continue reading

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Robotics Workshop

Last weekend – Friday to Monday – we had a workshop at the Time’s Up Lab here in Linz. The focus was on kinetic works, either mechanical driven or by electronics. About 12 people took part, supported by the knowledge … Continue reading

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