• Oper
    Artist
    • Hr. Litto artist homepage

    An AI, sourced from a drawing, tells us what it learned about material properties of the human body.

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    Sebastian Kreuzer

    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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    • Reinhold Zisser artist homepage

    Die Notgalerie, über die letzten sechs Jahre ein zentrales Projekt von Reinhold Zisser, ist eine Metainstallation in der Tradition der sozialen Plastik. In ihrer Funktion als Werkzeug einer autonomen KünstlerInnen Praxis ist sie ein radikaler Gegenentwurf zur institutionalisierten Kunstinstitution.

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    Reinhold Zisser

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  • Dachsbau
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    • Dagmar Rohm artist homepage

    Series framing my work for de-colonialism. Looking after historical perspectives is looking for unfairness. This work examines the beginning of Rock‘n Roll, which stole the rhythm of Black music and turned it into a business.

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    Walter Roschnik

    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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  • Prater
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    • Barbis Ruder artist homepage

    In der Ausstellung PITCH CONTROL (zu deutsch „Tonhöhenregelung“ ) in der Dominikanerkirche Krems verhandelt die Künstlerin den Grundton/Kammerton „A“. Die neuen Arbeiten sind von der gotischen Architektur und dem Verhältnis vom Körper zum Raum inspiriert. Das Zentrum der künstlerischen Installation bildet das Werk A - a Three Body Problem. Die physische Arbeit besteht aus drei Teilen: Einem Instrument in Form einer Skulptur, einem Chor als Videoarbeit und der Einschreibung selbst als Bild.

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    Barbis Ruder

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  • MuseumsQuartier Wien
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    • Markus Liszt

    Die Suche nach Symmetrie in einem linearen System, findet sich in der Fläche wieder! Der Fokus liegt auf Rhythmus und Balance von natürlichen Zahlen, welche erst durch Verschiebung der gewohnten Perspektive scheinbar neue Zusammenhänge sichtbar machen.

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    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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    • Miss Bubblebliss artist homepage

    Impermanence molded in a permanent format. In the live performance with Elet and Markus Liszt in summer 2020 a bubble survived five days in the window of Yppenplatz 5. Be invited to the world of wonders. Even seemingly simple and known things like a soap bubble reveal complexity, structures and are full of surprises. Dive in! What do you see?

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    Elet.Irrlicht

    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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  • MuseumsQuartier Wien
    Artist
    • Elet.Irrlicht artist homepage

    Das Selbst und die Welt ist nur in Fragmenten begreifbar. Durch subjektive Wahrnehmung lassen sich immer nur Bruchteile des Ganzen erschließen.

    Das Objekt "Blizzard" aus der Serie "Mirror Totems" wird mit einer performativen Intervention innerhalb einer Videoinstallation im Raum (de)montiert und verbildlicht diese fragmentierte Wahrnehmung.

    Performative Installation der Skulptur. Scan, Reflektion und Dekonstruktion innerhalb einer Videoinstallation. Die Videos dazu liefern "System" von Markus Liszt und "Structure" von Miss.bubblebliss

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    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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    • Zirkus Mops artist homepage

    Unser Traditionshaus produziert feinste Fleisch und Wurstwaren nach alten Familienrezepten. Wir verarbeiten ausschließlich Fleisch von seltenen Wildtierarten.

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    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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  • Industriellen Vereinigung
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    • Marco Otoya
    • Adam Lebesmühlbacher artist homepage

    Life and Work create automatisms, necessary for survival.

    Can fear of change paralyse?

    Can monotony turn us into a piece of furniture?

    Is routine good or bad, should we change it?

    Should we not?

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    Kris Kalika

    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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  • Naturhistorisches Museum
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    • Selina Nowak artist homepage

    A wormhole into the future.

    An echo in the empty space.

    A shrine to meditate over what's left,

    after the anthropocene.

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    TheSystemCollective

    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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  • Modul
    Artist
    • Stefan Voglsinger artist homepage

    The "Modul Wien" is an audio, photography and video laboratory.

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    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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    • Chora Malik artist homepage

    reflected isolated voices of the brave new world.

    really close.

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    TheSystemCollective

    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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    • Guillermo Tellechea artist homepage

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    TheSystemCollective

    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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  • Villa Schapira
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    • Noémi Kiss artist homepage

    "Ez a világ olyan világ, sokat igér, keveset ád…“ ("Was für eine Welt ist diese Welt, die viel verspricht und wenig hält…“)

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    TheSystemCollective

    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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    Artists
    • Jay Vaughan artist homepage
    • Meks artist homepage

    cultivating heritage computing for the kids of the future.

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    TheSystemCollective

    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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  • TheSystem
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    • Stefan Stürzer artist homepage

    We live in a time that much too often has humans working purely for the maintainance of systems. Systems, invented by humans.

    Systems should be created by and for humans and not vice versa!

    A philosophical examination.

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    TheSystemCollective

    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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    • Heinz Seidenbusch artist homepage

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    TheSystemCollective

    Exhibition: TheSystem: Phase.1

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    • Oktogon / Sebastian Konzett artist homepage

    “Arguing that you don't care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don't care about free speech because you have nothing to say.”

    ― Edward Snowden

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    Oktogon

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  • Sandkasten Syndikat
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    • David Pridal artist homepage

    A short piece about failure,

    about slipping,

    about losing the balance and gravitation.

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    Exhibition: Failure Exploration

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  • Kunst im öffentlichen Raum GmbH
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    • Litto / Daniela Weiss artist homepage

    I am curious what people in my surrounding think about the future changes, so I started a research in Viennas 17th district. This work is focused on the idea of blending two dimensions – fiction and reality – derived from neighbours’ prognosis about the digital age. The result of my research is an in-between world, where virtual entities occupy the realm of urban space, translated through an augmented reality experience.

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    TheSystemCollective

    Exhibition: Restricted Area

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  • Dachsbau
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    • Litto / Daniela Weiss artist homepage
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    TheSystemCollective

    Exhibition: Failure Exploration

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    • Litto / Daniela Weiss artist homepage

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    Exhibition: Failure Exploration

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  • Aa collections
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    • Litto / Daniela Weiss artist homepage

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    Exhibition: Failure Exploration

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    Artist
    • Litto / Daniela Weiss artist homepage

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    Exhibition: Failure Exploration

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  • TheSystem
    Artist
    • Verena Tscherner artist homepage

    Stopping natural decay with the help of an artificial plastic skin. Tscherner decontextualizes industrial packaging technology, on the one hand to make objects from their environment durable and on the other hand to accentuate the contrast between nature and artifacts. The things that are collected, vacuumed and photographed here may not have a long-term place in our changing ecosystem. These objects are also a reflection of our time and Tscherner tries to systematize and archive them. The process of collecting has a playful character which is reflected in the title

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  • Johann Nepomuk Berger Platz
    Artist
    • Verena Tscherner artist homepage

    Stopping natural decay with the help of an artificial plastic skin. Tscherner decontextualizes industrial packaging technology, on the one hand to make objects from their environment durable and on the other hand to accentuate the contrast between nature and artifacts. The things that are collected, vacuumed and photographed here may not have a long-term place in our changing ecosystem. These objects are also a reflection of our time and Tscherner tries to systematize and archive them. The process of collecting has a playful character which is reflected in the title

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    Verena Tscherner

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  • Bahnhof Ottakring
    Artist
    • Verena Tscherner artist homepage

    Stopping natural decay with the help of an artificial plastic skin. Tscherner decontextualizes industrial packaging technology, on the one hand to make objects from their environment durable and on the other hand to accentuate the contrast between nature and artifacts. The things that are collected, vacuumed and photographed here may not have a long-term place in our changing ecosystem. These objects are also a reflection of our time and Tscherner tries to systematize and archive them. The process of collecting has a playful character which is reflected in the title

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Sandkasten Syndikat

COMMON GROUNDS:

Failure Exploration

Exhibition in the Sandkasten Syndikat

Address:

Jörgerstrasse 56-58, 1170 Vienna

Open doors 18.03. - 23.03.2021 – 14:00 - 19.00

Display Window Performances: Friday / Saturday / Sunday

Artworks

Artificial Museum

WE DON'T NEED SPACE,
TIME IS IRRELEVANT,
OBJECTS STAY AS USEFUL
AS THE USER.

The Artificial Museum is the connection between physical, digital, and imaginary worlds, transforming analog art into digital experiences.

The Artificial Museum creates a surreality map of augmented sculptures at various locations around Europe. The free placement of animated artworks in public spaces invites users to dive into this extended world.

The Museum is connected to the real world through the web-based augmented reality application you are currently visiting, we hope you will enjoy your stay.

TheSystemCollective is a syndicate of independent artists, makers, programmers, engineers, philosophers, activists, and scientists, collectively using art and technology to transform our world. We believe in a literal definition of "common goods", and convert public spaces into a museum, ready for artists to freely position their art.

TEAM

Involved collectives

Aa collections, Dachsbau, Metalab, Notgalerie, Sandkasten Syndikat, Setzkasten Wien, Villa Schapira, Zirkus Mops

Commissioned by:

Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Wien GmbH Stadt Wien

Impressum

Address:

TheSystemCollective, z.H. Daniela Weiss
Yppenplatz 5
1170 Wien
Austria

Represented by:

Litto / Daniela Weiss

Email:
thesystemcollective@gmail.com

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