Project Presentations 2023
This year marks the 10th anniversary of FH Hagenberg students working together with the Ars Electronica Futurelab on semester projects in which they creatively explore their approaches to interactive and generative arts. Uniquely, these projects are realized in media spaces like the Deep Space that present a very special challenge in themselves.
Four projects have been selected to represent this year’s student work. Escape is a short generative animation that utilizes the voronoi algorithm to tell a story. Samsara is a procedural audio-controlled processing installation that cumulates in an intense overall experience. Breaking Circle deals with the peculiarities of a circle that develops its own life in a uniquely composed soundscape and Under the surface tells the story of deep emotions in a drastic moment of life and death.
Please note: Limited capacity, registration required – in addition to a valid ticket, you need a (free) ticket reservation for the respective event in advance. Reservations for Deep Space 8K events must be scanned on-site no later than 15min before the programme starts.
„Escape“: Franziska Glückstein, Sofie Spreitzer, Thomas Fürst
„Samsara“: Dario Ackermann, Jakob Aigner
„Breaking Circles“: Sabrina Braun, Philipp Kienast
„Under the Surface”: Elisabeth Marx, Jana Welte, Vivian Wolf
Lectors: Roland Haring, Johannes Pöll
University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria – Digital Arts (AT)
The Digital Arts Master Study offers a strongly developed project component and a diverse range of courses that combine theory and practice at a high level. Animated films, digital effects and computer games increasingly permeate our lives. They accompany us not only in our leisure time, but also at school and in the world of work. How these media are shaped in the future in terms of design, narration and interaction is of crucial importance. Media Spaces and Generative and Interactive Art are thereby courses that are conducted in collaboration with the Ars Electronica Futurelab.