Theme Exhibition

Triopic Spectacle

PDNB (Postdigital Neobaroque) (AT/DE/IT/GB)

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Postdigital Neobaroque Transmedia

As part of an ongoing process of decentralisation and democratisation of the digital, *Triopic Spectacle* endeavours to flatten the hierarchies between the real and the potential–a radical concept initiated by 17th century baroque thought. The transmedial installation challenges the outmoded, myopic, binary thinking of local/global, 1s/0s, individual/collective, real/virtual, analog/digital, natural/artificial by establishing a series of two-way windows, bridges, interfaces, portals and glitches between three ‘triopic’ domains: ‘real reality’, comprised of physical, robotically 3D-printed architectures to be experienced and interacted with by passers-by; ‘mixed reality’, a virtual, spatial, boundless and immersive ML-developed VR space for augmented visitors (with VR goggles); and ‘virtual reality’, an interactive and online-based social space for online users to interact with the abovementioned realities.

* Part of the FWF-PEEK funded research project Postdigital Neobaroque.


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PDNB (Postdigital Neobaroque) (AT/DE/IT/GB): A research group, based at the Institute for Experimental Architecture, Innsbruck University, that investigates postdigital and neobaroque traits and trends in contemporary architecture. Team: Prof. Dr. Marjan Colletti, Dr. Peter Massin, Andreas Körner, Clara Jaschke, Theresa Uitz. Project collaborators: Oliver Hamedinger, Mümün Keser, Catalina Tripolt. In collaboration with REX|LAB UIBK: Georg Grasser, Kilian Bauer, Julian Edelmann.


Developed within the research project entitled ‚Postdigital Neobaroque‘ led by Prof. Dr. Marjan Colletti, funded by the FWF Austrian Science Fund, Programme for Arts-based Research (PEEK).

This project is presented in the framework of the European ARTificial Intelligence Lab, which is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union and the Austrian Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, Civil Service and Sport.