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VOR ORT: 3 works presentations and debates on 'Art & Ecology' (in connection with MAP IN MOTION Graz - Turbulence Exhibition)

Tuesday, 25. November 2014 7:00PM. 
Forum Stadtpark, Graz

3 works presentations and debates on 'Art & Ecology'

Turbulence: a climate sound portrait
the collaborative team of the exhibition will present the work and the process behind it >>> Daniela Brasil, Hans Holger Rutz, Laura Chromecek, Nayari Castillo, Richard Dank (IZK, IAM, IEM)

Artist Abroad

Tina Smrekar / Thu, 06/12/2014 - 09:17

Valerie Wolfgang a.k.a. Valerija Zabret, MAP student of University of Nova Gorica, writes a regular blog when working abroad - check out her posts from the workshop in Graz:

FOReCAST -- Responsive Art in the Public Realm -- Graz mobility 2014

May 7-16, 2014. This year we will develop our module in cooperation with the Institute of Electronic Music (  They have started in 2012 the project "SysSon"(, which aims to systematically sonify climate data. Further partners are the Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change ( ) and the Systematic Musicology ( ) from the Karl-Franzens University in Graz.

Mental Mapping Komiza

Helene Thuemmel / Mon, 02/10/2014 - 19:41

When I was asked to write these passage it seems such a long time ago when I came back from Komiza in September 2013 and on the other hand , I realize that I still draw from the experiences I made there. The AdriArt Workshop in Komiza had a great impact on me.

Being there was about constantly learning new things, constantly exposing new worlds , getting to know different situations with different people and to break new ground without fear and doubt.

As I made my way to Vis in Croatia I knew little of what will happen to me . And in fact I never knew it during the workshop .

Out of home/space experiences

Pila Rusjan / Wed, 09/25/2013 - 01:12

I have just arrived from one of the many ADRIART mobilities which are a part of our Media Arts and Practice MA programme. Some of them are obligatory depending on one's carrier module, others optional, but each of them is different and gives you an intense experience of its kind. It is not only getting to know new technologies, reading theory, making a new project. It is mostly getting to know yourself through collaboration with other participants - and here, I mean students and mentors.


APU student / Thu, 04/25/2013 - 09:57

To confront/ coop/ deal with:

new people, different culture, living architecture, unknown context, new inputs, technology,  rain, friendly alliens, curators,  not enough people to interact with, 56 x 25, bachelorette party, println (programming); , tram 6, tram 26, wurst, trash horror films, makey makey that interacted  with the rain at the opening,  sleeping bags, tracking systems, responsive art, input devices, timetables, deadlines, flyers, concepts, concepts, concepts,  chinese wisdom and fortune cookie missions, Schlossberg stairs, cigarette machine,  wireless connection, great expectations, excitement, crossing the borders, great team, laugh, brainstorming, stress, Prost!,  new ideas, compromise, public space, posibilities,  group hugs, great mentors trio, magical helpers in programming, great memories.