Control No Control: Guanghzou Light Festival

Tuesday, 10 November 2015 by sarah

Control No Control: Guanghzou Light Festival

16-29 November 2015 // 7-10pm CONTROL NO CONTROL by Daniel Iregui / Iregular is an interactive LED sculpture which will be set up opposite to the Canton Tower during the Guangzhou Festival of Lights. For 9 nights the audience is invited to use their hands and body to interact with the sound and graphics of […]

Special Edition Connecting Cities @ China

Tuesday, 10 November 2015 by sarah

Special Edition Connecting Cities @ China

The Connecting Cities Network starts to collaborate with China and will present Connecting Cities projects in the framework of the Guangzhou International Festival of Lights 2015, the Asia Arts Festival in Quanzhou and at the Beijing Contemporary Art Center and the Chinese Pavillion at the 56th Venice Art Biennale. Connecting Cities China is managed by […]

CONNECTING CITIES CONFERENCE @ ARS ELETRONICA FESTIVAL

Tuesday, 1 September 2015 by sarah

CONNECTING CITIES CONFERENCE @ ARS ELETRONICA FESTIVAL

// 3rd September 2015 // @ Conference Square, Ars Electronica This year’s Ars Electronica Festival, taking place from September 3 to 7 in Linz, topic is ‘Post City’. It is an inquiry into how cities of the future will have to be configured when there are more robots than people working in factories, everything is […]

City Visions Lab @ Trafo-Station, Jena

Monday, 29 June 2015 by sarah

City Visions Lab @ Trafo-Station, Jena

// 15 July 2015 // @ Trafo-Station, Jena The upcoming CITY VISIONS LAB takes place on July 15, 2015 at the recently opened Trafo-Station in Jena, Germany. It is already the ninth event of the series of workshops preparing the CITY VISIONS JENA festival, presented in October 2015. This exchange of ideas shall offer a […]

CITY VISIONS JENA seeks volunteers

Monday, 29 June 2015 by sarah

CITY VISIONS JENA seeks volunteers

Register now The light- and science festival CITY VISIONS invites everyone to Jena, Germany, to explore the curatorial topic of ‘IN/VISIBLE CITIES’ in a vibrant light parcours. There will be a series of events throughout the festival from October 8th – 11th 2015 including interactive light installations and virtual new media art scenarios, artistic DIY-tech […]

Stop Motion Animation Workshop with Michel de Broin @ Public Art Lab

24 April 2015 // 10am Public Art Lab // Brunnenstr. 72, 13355 Berlin Ever wanted to be part of a process oriented artwork project? Now is your chance! In the framework of the EU funded artist exchange ‘Human Futures’, Canadian artist Michel de Broin will spend a residency in Berlin. He will develop a video […]

IN/VISIBLE CITY 2015: CONNECTING CITIES @ JENA

Wednesday, 11 March 2015 by sarah

IN/VISIBLE CITY 2015: CONNECTING CITIES @ JENA

CITY VISIONS JENA and City Culture Science Lab – Jena, Germany 8 – 11 October 2015 Connecting Cities @ Jena: CONNECTING CITIES is a European and worldwide expanding network aiming to build up a connected infrastructure of media facades, urban screens, projection walls and urban media environments as a community platform for the co-creation of […]

Winner Projects of the 2015 Prototyping Lab In/Visible Cities @ transmediale

The ‘In/Visible Cities: Prototyping Lab’ took place on 26th and 27th January as part of transmediale 2015 in the SUPERMARKT – initiated by Public Art Lab in collaboration with Fraunhofer FOKUS and funded by the RWE Foundation. Creative developers, IT experts, urban planners and future visionaries have been invited to create DIY and crowdsourcing strategies […]

Virna Setta

Wednesday, 21 May 2014 by sarah

Virna Setta

Virna Setta is the Communication Manager of Future DiverCities, one of the main projects Public Art Lab participates in. She has studied Communication and Journalism in Paris, where she explored the industry of digital culture (sound and image) through various job opportunities. Her strong interest in electronic music lead her to take the first steps […]

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Sarah Langnese

Tuesday, 20 May 2014 by sarah

Sarah Langnese

Sarah Langnese supports Public Art Lab as curatorial and project assistant. After graduating in cultural studies (social sciences, linguistics, economics) in Frankfurt Oder and Paris, she studied intercultural Franco-German studies in Freiburg and at the ENS de Lyon with a focus on political philosophy. Complementing her intercultural and academic background, Sarah gained experiences in multiple […]

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