About Regina Koroschetz
Posts by Regina Koroschetz:
To commence the professorship in media theory and history, Clemens Apprich will offer a block seminar on the subject of ‘Pattern Discrimination’ in the summer semester. All interested students are cordially invited to register for the course via the Base. More information on the appointment of Clemens Apprich can be found here.
“Animating Truth(s): The Films of Maria Lassnig and Their Context” by Gabriele Jutz (University of Applied Arts Vienna, 2019) examines some of the Experimental animated films made by Maria Lassnig, her colleagues and students of the University of Applied Arts’ Studio for Experimental Animation (founded in 1982 by Lassnig and Hubert Sielecki), and films by other international film artists, all of whom share Lassnig’s attitude to filmmaking in regard to both content (such as issues related to gender, the environment, technological change, and war), and her material approach to media, based on low-tech and low-budget working methods.
Cover illustration from Buntes Blut (Renate Kordon, A 1985) Copyright: Renate Kordon CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
Periphrasis (for a ditto, ditto device) is an experimentally designed scenario in the draft stage, a think-tank and rehearsal for a future exhibition—but Periphrasis (for a ditto, ditto device) is also an exhibition in itself. Starting from the idea of the copy as a nowadays omnipresent yet more and more invisible artistic practice and form, […]
2nd FEAT-Workshop: Vienna, June 27, 2016 Knowledge in Art, Science and Technology (FEAT Future Emerging Art & Technology) Artworks, technical artifacts, and scientific knowledge have in common that they are results of human productive power – but they are often said to differ in the intentions, which lead to their creation. While works of art […]