After having traveled to Berlin over spring break, staging a successful exhibition at Schillerpalais project space, “Das Berlin-Projekt” stops at San Francisco Art Institute for a final show. On the roof of the school’s café, digital re-configurations of the works shown in Berlin are presented in the Invisible Gallery.
In March 2017, students of San Francisco Art Institute travel to Berlin to meet with students of Bauhaus University Weimar. Together, they develop an exhibition at the Schillerpalais project space. The exhibition is accompanied by one evening of experimental interactions in the studio of ACUD.
On Friday, December 6th our exhibition Computerspielen. Perspectives of Play opens at Dortmunder U (U2_Kulturelle Bildung/Museum Ostwall). The exhibition presents artistic positions from the past decade that analyze computer games and the act of playing. It is organized for Next Level Conference 2013 and is open until January, 5th 2014.
Computer Games and Cultural Contingencies
As part of PLAY! CGN and for the Academy of Media Arts Cologne, we present an exhibition at the Temporary Gallery, Cologne. The exhibition focuses on the pause in computer games as artistic strategy, showing experimental video, photography, interactive pieces, environments and modified games.