The works The Sound of Tea, SichtLicht, Joystick and Hey Sirius were created in the context of the “Faser-Faden-Fiktion” (Fibre-Thread-Fiction) project, an expedition on electronic textiles, their materials, questions and ideas, led by Hannah Perner-Wilson.
New objects, discourses and visions have emerged from the process of spinning fabrics into fibres and spinning them, in turn, into fictions, and these have all been documented as travel guides for future travelers.
Project Credits / Acknowledgements
Design: Tech.Tex (Ingrid Hackl, Astrid Young, Irene Posch, Isabel Prade, Hannah Perner-Wilson, Johanna Pichlbauer)
Märchen, Mythen, Materie
The Ars Electronica Center will also be showing works by Robert Angerer, Michaela Haager, Sofie Lüftinger, Neriman Polat, Andreas Schmied and Alessandra Steiner that have emerged from the project Märchen, Mythen und Materie (Fairy Tales, Myths and Matter), directed by Johanna Pichlbauer and Isabel Prade. A storybook documents explorations of the potential of material as a narrative tool and of work on materials for future legends.