In line with the statement "While the future may not be predictable, it is certainly imaginable," Futures Brought to Life, which got published in July 2023, assumes that the immediate expe
Have fun with the booklet to our latest Symposium.
Compactification is damned difficult. The version which is published right now, will definitely be extended over time...
Even in a possible future there will be newspapers - just one out of many assumptions and propositions we have assembled in our physical narrative
Ein Artikel, geschrieben für den ARS Electronica Katalog hier (anders layoutiert) zum Download.
This book arose as an attempt to collect and collate various ideas and problems around notation that many of us have been dealing with on several levels.
This whitepaper is an iteratively developed description of our understanding of the relationship of Physical Narratives to a number of other fields.
Reflections on designing for performative actions by visitors / audience
Über einen bestimmten Zeitrahmen hinweg fragte die KUPF einzelne Personen, wie diese über Linz09 - Kulturhauptstadt 2009 denken.
Abstract: In the practice of building large scale interactive situations, we have followed various paths in order to achieve maximal effectiveness.
Diese Polemik ist in der Nullnummer des Linzer Magazins "heller - beiträge gegen monokulturelle alltagserscheinungen" im September 2005 erschienen.
100 years after Einstein published five papers that rocked and then essentially overthrew the then-current physical understanding, the murmurs of discontent are arising.
The Data Ecologies Symposium is a small two day event organised by the Time's Up Research Department as a part of the Txoom project.
A collection of reports, theoretical discourses and documentation of a series of laboratory projects carried out by Time's Up with the close collaboration of radioqualia and and assortment of proto
The book documents a sequence of experiments and experiences that took place as part of a program running under the title "Closing the Loop 98" from May to September 1998.
Theory of Hypercompetition Hypercompetition, the Red Queen race of evolutionary biology, where speed cannot be sacrificed for even a moment lest the opponent pull ahead, relativity in its most elem