Julius von Bismarck (born 1983) studied visual communication at the University of the Arts in Berlin and was a member of Joachim Sauter’s ‘Digital Class’. In 2013, he was doing his Master as a student of Olafur Eliasson and his Institute for Space Experiments at University of Arts in Berlin. He also participated in the MFA program at Hunter College in New York.
Julius von Bismarck shows his works worldwide and was awarded with several prizes, among others: The Golden Nica Award 2008 and Prix Ars Electronica Collide @ CERN 2011.
Benjamin Maus (1984) works as an experimental designer and artist in Berlin. After he had finished his studies at the University of Arts in Berlin, he took a semester focusing on research at the Tokyo Daigaku University. Benjamin Maus is the co-founder of Studio FELD and is mainly working on projects exploring the interface between crafts and digital media.
Richard Wilhelmer (1983) studied Art and Media at the University of the Arts in Berlin. After his studies, he received scholarships for the Summerschool Central Saint Martin’s College in London and the MFA Program for the California Institute of Arts in Los Angeles. Before all, Richard Wilhelmer is a director using conventional film narratives combined with digital possibilities.
The artists have collaborated for the Public Face installation which was first presented in 2008.