NODE Media Lab is a Vienna based non-profit multi-disciplinary creative establishment  with the main focus on research and production of interdisciplinary experiences around new media art, science and technology.

Favoritenstraße 40/23/16, 1040 Vienna

PARALLEL VIENNA

Parallel Vienna, Project Statement,  Room 16/103

5-10 September 2023

Otto Wagner Areal

Presented by HM Communication_Hema Makwana

We had the honour of being invited to present our project in the Project Statement Section at the 11th edition of Parallel Vienna. The fair was held from September 5 to September 10, and over the course of 6 days, more than 400 visitors had the opportunity to experience our interactive application. Our stand attracted around 750 visitors in total.

"Angewandte Atlas"

Exhibition Dates: 21 June - 4 July 2023

Opening: 20 July 2023

The University of Applied Arts Vienna is an institution of diversity; being one of the first academies that female students were able to study, having 1700 students from 70 countries in 2021.

With this project, we demonstrated the demography of Angewandte in years focusing on the gender and geography of students. It emphasizes the growing diversity inside the community with the method of digitizing the archive and statistics, visualization of the data and turning it into an atlas of the cultural diversity of Angewandte.

Supported by Österreichische Hochschüler_innenschaft

Node #00: "Transitions"

6-13 April 2023

The exhibition introduced a collection of works created employing coding to embrace the intersection of art and forms. 4 artists who come from different disciplines yet use code in their works were brought together in order to accentuate the lyrical relation of body, motion, vitality and transitional forms. 

Vesna Petresin’s video work UnFold_Gold ​​aligns how the body and emotions adapt to the passage of time through processes, rhythms and repetitions. In Marhu & A*S*Y*S “Hooked”, energy meets the movements of the body and transpasses through glitches.

While two video shows the obvious Copy Planet Foundation and Ozan Turkkan’s works confronting to observe the abstract. “Coded Feelings” transmutes the inherent complexities of existence into poetic digital forms. Turkkan’s “arura” AV Installation is focusing on transitional forms in nature and the variability of this geometry over time. “arura” and “Coded Feelings” are also presented as VR Installations for an immersive experience. 

A workshop was organised as an introduction to how to use code for creative and experimental projects. The exhibition has been curated by NODE Media Lab.