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knowbotic research (Yvonne Wilhelm, Christian Huebler)

knowbotiq (Yvonne Wilhelm, Christian Hübler)
krcf (Yvonne Wilhelm, Christian Huebler, Alexander Tuchacek)

 

knowbotic research lives in Zurich and works in situ. The art group has been experimenting with urbanity, construction of knowledge and political representations in mediatised public spheres. They have participated in the 48th Venice Biennale (1999), Seoul Biennale (2002), Hongkong Shenzen Biennale (2007), Biennale Rotterdam (2009), exhibited in Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, (1994), Hamburger Kunstverein (1995), Henie Onstad Kunstsenter Oslo (1996), Museum Ludwig Köln (2000), New Museum New York (2002), Witte de With Rotterdam and MOCA Taipeh (2004), Kunsthalle St. Gallen (2005), Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum and Skuc Gallery Ljubljana (2006), NAMOC Beijing (2008), Aarhus Kunstmuseum (2009) and has received major awards including: the Claasen Prize for Media Art and Photography, Cologne; the international ZKM Media-art award; August Seeling-Award of Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum and the Prix Arts Electronica. knowbotiq has a professorship at the University of the Arts Zurich.
 

www.krcf.org

 

knowbotic research at transmediale archive

transmediale.08 – Conspire. [exhibition] be prepared! tiger! (with Peter Sandbichler)

 

transmediale.06 – Reality Addicts [jury] statement (Christian Hübler)
transmediale.05 – Basics [exhibition] naked bandit/here, not here/white sovereign 3.0
transmediale.01 – DIY [conference] social software (Christian Hübler)
transmediale parcours 1 – Conspire. [text] be prepared! tiger! (Sabine Maria Schmidt)
 

 

related links

knowbotic research in the Database of Virtual Art:

virtualart.at/database/artists/general/artist/knowbotic-research.html

knowbotic research at Media Art Net:

medienkunstnetz.de/artist/knowboticresearch/biography

Opaque Presence / Manual of Latent Invisibilities, Andreas Broeckmann, knowbotic research (eds.),
ISBN 978-3-03734-108-7, diaphanes Berlin, Edition Jardins des Pilotes:

diaphanes.de/scripts/buch.php?ID=205

Festival edition: 
2005

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