Online-Workshops focusing on digital solutions for art and culture institutions
Vienna is known for its cultural heritage and for the best art institutions in the world: theatres, museums and concert halls. In the course of digitalisation, many institutions are looking at how they can use digital solutions to improve their presentation, communication, research and documentation.
The Creators Lab on 23 September 2020 give selected companies the opportunity to work with Viennese art and culture institutions such as the Vienna State Opera, Vienna Tourist Board, Museum of Applied Arts Vienna, Belvedere, viennacontemporary and Austrian National Library on technological challenges and ideate new products and solutions.
Die Creators Labs werden auf Englisch abgehalten.
The Creators Labs will be held in English.
The Creators Labs will focus on the following topics:
- Visitor Experience
Workshop Lead: Sabine Seymour
Dr. Sabine Seymour is an entrepreneur, researcher, and athlete. As a technologist, Sabine conceives products at the intersection of sensors, data, and the body. As an economist, she develops wealth distribution and asset ownership models for citizens who generate biometric and environmental data using distributed technologies. Her recent venture SUPA® is democratizing data by tokenizing the body™.
- Research and Learning
Workshop Lead: Natalie Kane
Natalie D Kane is a curator, writer and researcher based in London, UK. She is Curator of Digital Design at the Victoria and Albert Museum (UK) within the Design, Architecture and Digital Department. As part of her role, she curated the official U.K. pavilion at the 2018 London Design Biennale.
- Exhibition & Stage Design
Workshop Lead: Bika Rebek
Bika Rebek is a partner at Some Place Studio (SPS), a New York City and Vienna based architecture practice She co-authored and designed the Slovenian pavilion at the Venice Biennale and has worked with clients across the world, including The Met, 2x4, Samsung, Sagmeister & Walsh, the New Museum, the Dhaka Art Summit, MAO Ljubljana and the Museum of Applied Arts in Vienna.
- Archiving & Documentation
Workshop Lead: Paul Feigelfeld
Paul Feigelfeld is a researcher, teacher, writer and curator working on media technologies, art and the history of knowledge. He studied Cultural Studies and Computer Science in Berlin and was Friedrich Kittler's assistant. Currently, he holds teaching positions at the Art Institute and University in Basel, and is an IFK Vienna fellow at the Cluster of Excellency "Matters of Activity" at Humboldt-Universität z Berlin. Together with Marlies Wirth co-curated "Uncanny Values. Artificial Intelligence & You" for the 2019 Vienna Biennale.
Additional programme for international applicants: Discover Vienna: Culture & Technology
For questions, please contact Elisa Stockinger
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