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Karin Hochstatter

Karin Hochstatter The film animations resemble musical sequences or rhythms. I compose, build, and draw with overlays of material, light, and sounds. Digital and analog experimentation are equally important to me. Immersion in the temporal dimension, not narration. The work

Betina Kuntzsch

Betina Kuntzsch I apply high-end-programs to create some very plain moving images. A short line that multiplies, and starts moving, transferring the movement to other lines in other time-delayed areas.Even here, I play with random outcome – some results I

Robert Seidel

Robert Seidel While my residency at Epicenter Projects in California I was challenging myself to use the desert and canyons in the San Andreas Fault area as my drawing surface. Laser technology is used there for land survey and earthquake

Chris Doyle

Chris Doyle Watercolor has always been the way that I have worked out ideas. And I have always liked making them very large. It is a way of drawing that we think of as delicate and intimate, which I think

Carolin Jörg and Michael Fragstein

Carolin Jörg and Michael Fragstein together developed the project “Second Glance”: Drawing and Augmented Reality We previously made first drafts and animation concepts to find the shape that could stand on paper, as well as offering new levels for the

Eelco Brand

Eelco Brand Besides the sketches for animation works I now and then make pencil drawings as autonomous works. I started as a painter and during all these years of working on computers I somehow miss the real handwork and look

Simona Koch

Simona Koch In my experience scientists indeed can be interested in an exchange with artists. Both fields are very different and can inspire each other. Scientist are working within a framework of rules and have to proof the hypothesis they

Jorn Ebner

Jorn Ebner By asking users or viewers to interact, the work of art creates a certain intimacy. The individual is engaged in a process that to me is quite similar to reading a book. The new technologies enable this interactivity

Aline Helmcke

Aline Helmcke During my studies at the UdK I was totally into drawing, trying to expand the limits of the medium. I was very much interested in finding out more about the process of drawing and ways to capture and

Bettina Munk

Bettina Munk The concept is based on chance in an artistic tradition of John Cage. I am very fond of his conception of art and compostion. His ideas refer to the I Ging and Eastern philosophy, while my work is