Vienna is the largest city of Austria and the starting point of the Artificial Museum.
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The capital of the State of Lower Austria in northeast Austria,,The city lies on the Traisen river and is located north of the Alps and south of the Wachau.
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Chemnitz (from 1953 to 1990: Karl-Marx-Stadt) is going to be the European Capital of Culture in 2025
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Dresden is the capital city of the German state of Saxony.
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SystemKollektiv, z.H. Daniela Weiss
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There are more artworks by dead men stored in museums than can be exhibited. What remains is the virtual, imaginary area, with it's almost infinite amount of room.
Instead of continuing the current trend of art as “temporary intervention”, we use the space between the worlds as a self-determined, permanent and experimental playground, with the goal to reawaken imagination and collaboration in public space.
We challenge the status quo and redefine the concept of the museum, rethinking the questions:
We support this reoccupation of public space with a decentralized platform based on augmented reality, making gps-anchored artifacts accessible to everyone, both at home and abroad.
Our museum’s 'building' is expanded through participation of the public, inscribed anywhere and without boundaries, making art virtually tangible and accessible, conveying the permanent transformation of art and society by technology.
Adam Lebesmühlbacher, Aliya Davletova, Andrea Nagl, Andrew Zukerman, André Reitter, Anna-Lena Schlamp, Antonio Labuhar, Barbis Ruder, Bela Bender, Bernhard Staudinger, Caroline Bergwinkl, Caroline Gritsch, Catherine Spet, Chora Malik, Christian Milutinovic, Chrysostomos Papachristou, Coco Guzmán, Cristian Anutoiu, Dagmar Rohm, Daphney Joseph, David Wuchte, Debashis Sinha, Eaters - Joga Bonito, Elet.Irrlicht, Elias Jocher, Elise Simard, Evangelos Bakalis, Faiyaz Jafri, Felix Reiterer, Ferdinand Doblhammer, Florian Salvesberger, Georg Luif, Guillermo Tellechea, Heinz Seidenbusch, Hr. Litto, Ines Blatterer, Integral, İlkhan Selçuk Erdoğan, Jakob Sam, Jascha Suess, Jay Vaughan, Jeff Tran, Kata Tüz, Kate Wilson, Khadija Aziz, Kion - Laurenz Oellinger, Klimentina Li, Kokoro, Lev Kerbel, Libby Hague, Litto / Daniela Weiss, Lysann Németh, Madi Piller, Magdalena Marie Friedl, Mandy Knospe, Manuel Bayer, Manuel Cyrill Bachinger, Marco Otoya, Marco Royal Nicodemo, Marek Simonik, Margarete Jahrmann, Maria Legault, Marie-Sophie Singer, Marietta Bitsakaki, Markus Goldgruber, Markus Liszt, Markus Wintersberger, Marlene Mautner, Mathias Hradecsni, Mathias Juvan, Maxim Shchapov, Meks, Miss Bubblebliss, Nadezhda Miru, Nadine Valcin, Nadzeya Dubik, Nasa: Sounds of Saturn, Nick Fox-Gieg, Nikoleta Tourlouki, Noémi Kiss, Oktogon / Sebastian Konzett, Olga Borzęcka, Patryk Senwicki, Peter Schoiswohl, Peter Várnai, Philip Fritz, Philipp Reinsberg, Purple Planet, Reinhold Zisser, Ron Loranger, Sebastian Scholz, Selina Nowak, Simon Rainer, Simone Carneiro, Sissi Petutschnig, Stefan Glasauer, Stefan Stürzer, SystemKollektiv, Theofano Katomoniati, Thomas Wagensommerer, Tim Peham, Tim Rakutt, Tina Kult, Tobias Schermann, Vandragon, Verena Tscherner, Wassily Bartuska, Winston Hacking, xrnoe, YUKI, Zirkus Mops
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