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    Lev Kerbel
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    Litto / Daniela Weiss
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    Litto / Daniela Weiss
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    Lokomov - 09126, chemnitz
    Lysann Németh
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    Lokomov - 09126, chemnitz
    Mandy Knospe
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    iBug 2018 - 09120, chemnitz
    Litto / Daniela Weiss
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    Litto / Daniela Weiss
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    Lokomov - 09126, chemnitz
    Mandy Knospe
    Stadthallenpark - 09111, chemnitz
    Lev Kerbel
    iBug 2018 - 09120, chemnitz
    Litto / Daniela Weiss
    Transit Club - 09111, chemnitz
    Litto / Daniela Weiss
    Lokomov - 09126, chemnitz
    Lysann Németh
    smac - 09111, chemnitz
    Integral
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    Betrieb.Kollektiv - 09130, chemnitz
    Tim Rakutt
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    Stadthallenpark - 09111, chemnitz
    Lev Kerbel
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    • Kokoroartist homepage

    This sculpture plays with the cognitive abilities of our brain to deduce form and movement from apparitional hints and light reflection. A grid of small, identical and rectangular mirrors modulates, by using individual rotation, the reflection of the surroundings and creates an illusion of an animated dancer.

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    TheSystemCollective

    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    • Mandy Knospeartist homepage

    "it breathes" tells the backstory of a series of knitted animal carcasses that have populated lokomov since 2012.

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    Mandy Knospe

    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    • Lev Kerbelartist homepage

    The monument was designed by the Soviet sculptor Lev Kerbel in 1953 and was actually inspired by Lenin's head with an added beard. It is the second-largest bust in the world (only Lenin's head in Ulan-Ude, Russia is 60 cm bigger). To bring it closer to the citizens the head is smiling and celebrates the city becoming the European Capital of Culture in 2025.

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    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    • Litto / Daniela Weissartist homepage

    'Leerraum' (vacant space) is a series of performances, documented using spatial video. The artist conquers empty spaces and scans the room with a head mounted display, a mirroring mask on the artist's face.

    The mirror's reflections builds a new perception of time and space, the performer becomes the observer, the space turns into an actor.

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    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    • Litto / Daniela Weissartist homepage

    'Leerraum' (vacant space) is a series of performances, documented using spatial video. The artist conquers empty spaces and scans the room with a head mounted display, a mirroring mask on the artist's face.

    The mirror's reflections builds a new perception of time and space, the performer becomes the observer, the space turns into an actor.

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    TheSystemCollective

    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    • Tim Rakuttartist homepage

    An all-encompassing standstill also means no time.

    Sound design by Bela Bender

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    Sound

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    Tim Rakutt

    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    • Lysann Némethartist homepage

    The two halves of the house, which taper to a niche, collect things carried by the wind. The journey of the flying umbrella which began in 1847* ends for the time being between the two halves of the house.

    * The story of the flying Robert by Heinrich Hoffmann tells of a boy daring to go on a walk in a storm, getting carried away by a gust of wind. Nobody knows where the umbrella and the boy landed.

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    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    • Integralartist homepage

    "What the SMAC - free the animals!" denounces the hoarding of stuffed animals in the saxony museum of archeology, and demands their release back into the wild, or at least the zoo.

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    Pascal Anselmi

    Exhibition: Dialogfelder 2021

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    Tue Jun 29 2021 00:00:00 GMT+0200 (Central European Summer Time) - Tue Jul 06 2021 00:00:00 GMT+0200 (Central European Summer Time)

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Artificial Museum

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

TheArtificial Museumis 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 artifacts 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.

TheSystemCollectiveis 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 GmbHStadt Wien

Impressum

Address:

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

Represented by:

Litto / Daniela Weiss, Jascha Ehrenreich

Email:
thesystemcollective@gmail.com

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The foundation of the Artificial Museum,
TheSystem - Phase.1, was commissioned by KÖR

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