The interactive artworks under the title Cooperative Aesthetics were created at the Art University of Linz by students of Timebased and Interactive Media Arts and Interface Culture under the supervision of Univ.-Prof. Gerhard Funk and Sen.Artist Holunder Heiß. Using the lasertracking system of the Ars Electronica Deep Space they enable visitors to have a collective, audiovisual, aesthetic experience.
Carlotta Borcherding is a Media Artist from Hamburg (DE) who studies Timebased and Interactive Media Art in Linz since 2020.
Axel Bräuer (*1986 in Wels, Austria) lives and works in Linz as a musician and cameraman. Artistically he is active in the field of interactive media as a programmer for applications, for example for the AEC Deep Space and for touchscreen devices.
Ariathney Coyne is a transdisciplinary artist based in Linz, Austria. She holds a master’s degree in neuroscience (UCL), and presently works as a freelance dancer and media artist. She is currently working on projects related to movement and human attention, in which she integrates performative and digital art practices.
Joann Lee (KR) studied painting at Hongik University in Seoul (2008-2013) and participated in various group exhibitions in Seoul after graduation. Traveling throughout Europe and the US, Lee learned about new cultures and decided to continue studying art. She is currently studying time-based and interactive media art at the University of Art and Industrial Design in Linz. In 2020, her animation “Screen Capture” was screened at the Tricky Women International Animation Film Festival 2021. Also, she participated in Ars Electronica Festival Campus-Ausstellung 2021 with an interactive artwork “Sound of Kandinsky”.
Katherine Romero is an artist from Colombia. She has developed interactive visualizations of Colombians‘ investigations into “equality gender”, “food sovereignty” and “violence”. Currently she is pursuing her master’s degree at the University of Art and Design Linz. Her practice and research explore the creation of interfaces that allows people to get closer to complex social contexts.
Emilia Vogt, born in Dresden, Germany, 1997, studied History of Arts at TU Dresden and worked in GEH8 Kunstraum e.V. she then moved to Linz to study Time-based and Interactive Media Arts at University of Art and Design Linz. She was part of exhibitions in 2021 and 2022 at KAPU Linz.
The media artist Friederike Weber was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Before starting her studies at the University of Art and Design Linz, Austria, she travelled extensively to become familiar with new cultures and languages. Her work focuses on humans, in particular their body, behavior and surroundings. The most often used medium is the camera, to create photography, video art and short movies.