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„the entertaining aspect of destruction“, 2016 @ artificial retirement group exhibition, flux factory 19.8.2016

Wednesday, August 24th, 2016

the entertaining aspect of destruction, 2016

In this participating performance which involves humans and a machine the main interest is into looking at the entertaining aspects of destruction. Everybody is afraid of having an car crash, but whenever we watch a car race on television, somehow the most interesting end entertaining part happens, when a crash happens. Here in the United states there is even a culture in destroying cars during a race, the so called destruction derby, where the main goal is to be the last car driving on the race course.

There is a remote controlled toy car which is converted to contain color in different containers which will be driven against a wall, while driving thru some painted surface to visualize the path the car drove. The remote control will be passed by to visitors until the car is not able to drive anymore and is completely destroyed. A collective act of destruction.

https://medium.com/artificial-retirement/interview-with-niki-passath-cc78d957a6e7#.9mdo9vprl

http://www.fluxfactory.org/upcoming/artificial-retirement/

http://medium.com/artificial-retirement

thinking like a machine, Flux Factory, New York 20.7.2016 – 21.7.2016

Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

Since the beginning of the industrial revolution the human, especially the working human, has increasingly adapted to a coexistence with machines. The human has become a prosthesis for the non-organic body of the industrial factory. During early adaptation this occurred mainly on the material body, the hardware of humanity. Simple repetitive movements on the assembly line became the tasks of the workers to fulfill those duties the machine could not.

The promise was that humans of the future will not have to work, machines will lighten the load. However, the importance of ones identity being tied to her/his occupation became increasingly socially relevant.

With the invention of the computer, machines have moved away from hardware towards software; machines began to acquire a brain. In this new epoch, is it possible that human are still a prostheses of the machine? Now not only attached to the body but also an amendment to its thinking? It can seem that with the wish of creating machines that think like humans, we have also created humans that think like machines.

More and more a human defines itself by the work it does, no-matter how unnecessary or meaningless this activity is. It is often the case today that there is no need for working humans, as artificially intelligent systems can control and realize the whole cycle of industrial production. What do we do now that the human is redundant?
During the workshop participants will work with Austrian artist and Flux resident Niki Passath to create a robot from scratch. These robots will act together to become an amalgamated body, which will perform during the opening reception. The reception and exhibition will feature the robots made during the workshop.
http://www.fluxfactory.org/events/robot-making-workshop/
http://www.lar-magazine.com/#!Thinking-like-a-Machine-de-Niki-Passath/ckv5/578e8f790cf2779eabf0f9cd
http://www.newmediacaucus.org/fermenting-at-flux-live-active-cultures-part-1-niki-passath/

“wer langsam geht kommt auch ans ziel” niki passath, pavillon35, 2016 @ komm.st festival anger/weiz

Sunday, May 15th, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

cartography of everyday at sea

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

M.A.R.I.N.
cartographies of everyday at sea – art residency

During the 1 month residency I took around 400 different photos. Out of this pool emerges an hand drawn emotional and subjective map of the three different locations in Norway, Sweden and Lithuania.

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nida art colony, Curonian Spit, Lithuania

Here we were encouraged to show our works in progress during the open studio event on the 27.8.2011 and the cartography of everyday at sea, as it´s a very long drawing was used as a link between the main community space in the ground floor and the more private first floor area where M.A.R.I.N. residents presented the artpieces.

 

 

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schwarm – 2009

Saturday, July 31st, 2010


Kurzbeschreibung:
Der Schwarm, als Aggregation von Individuen, ist Ausgangspunkt dieser künstlerischen (Forschungs-)Arbeit. Auf Individualebene (Einzelobjekte) wurde eine möglichst reduzierte und unlebendig erscheinende Form gewählt. Mittels Computersimulierung (Algorithmen) wird den Einzelobjekten ‘Leben’ eingehaucht – ein mechanischer Roboter-Schwarm entsteht.

Ausstellung:
19.9.- 31.10. 2008, Galerie Strickner, Wien, Österreich

Kurzbeschreibung:
Der Schwarm, als Aggregation von Individuen, ist Ausgangspunkt dieser künstlerischen (Forschungs-)Arbeit. Auf Individualebene (Einzelobjekte) wurde eine möglichst reduzierte und unlebendig erscheinende Form gewählt. Mittels Computersimulierung (Algorithmen) wird den Einzelobjekten ‘Leben’ eingehaucht – ein mechanischer Roboter-Schwarm entsteht.


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