“Alien matter” refers to man-made, and at the same time, radically different, potentially intelligent matter. It is the outcome of a naturalization of technological artifacts.
The fourth issue of transmediale/magazine features background information, interviews and visual impressions about the festival 2017 and its theme ever elusive.
This publication is about MACHINE RESEARCH – research on machines, research with machines, and research as a machine.
The 3D Additivist Cookbook was produced as part of transmediale 2016’s Vilém Flusser Residency Programme for Artistic Research.
This collection of art and theory analyzes today’s post-digital conditions for critical media practices—moving across and beyond the analog and the digital, the human and the nonhuman.
EXCESSIVE RESEARCH asks: What happens when research is less about exchange and more about excess?
transmediale/conversationpiece created an intensive space of exchanges, murmurs, and transitions.
The second issue features background information, interviews and visual impressions about the festival 2015 and its theme CAPTURE ALL.
This issue of APRJA examines the implications of datafication for research.
The second issue of transmediale/magazine features background information, interviews and visual impressions about the festival 2014 and its theme afterglow.
Post-digital Research addresses the messy and paradoxical condition of art and media after digital technology revolutions.
This publication is an outcome of the Vilém Flusser Residency for Artistic Research 2014.
A highlight in the first issue of the transmediale/magazine is a montage of the “reSource chats” series of conversations.
Researching BWPWAP asks what kinds of technological and artistic practices might produce radical effects for an institutionalized research culture? How can we save research from itself?
For its 26th edition, transmediale boldly went BWPWAP – Back When Pluto Was a Planet.
World of the News – The world’s greatest peer-reviewed newspaper of in/compatible research presents cutting edge in/compatible research in an accessible free tabloid format.
Grexit was produced during the Vilém Flusser Residency Programme for Artistic Research 2012.
The exhibition claimed that distortions and ambiguities as a significant trajectory in our relations with modern technology and have done so since the use value of electricity was discovered.
As the transmediale.10 publication the Book Sprint was based on an idea to enact the festival notion of futurity in the form of a flash publication.
transmediale.11 addressed the crucial roles we as individuals play within the firmly entrenched landscapes of digital and network media.