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.

Credits

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.