Lehrende geben einen Einblick in ihre aktuelle künstlerische Forschung
Lecturers give insight into their current artistic research

November 2019
Artistic Research
Re-Enacting Tableaus
Re-Enacting Tableaus

Artistic research project

PhD project by Micha Payer
Tutor: Paul Petritsch
Oct 01, 2019 – Jun 30, 2022

In my research project I want to examine Tableaus as historical precursors for the structure of knowledge in contemporary scientific visual aids of all disciplines as well as in displays – summarized in images handling complexity in the Age of “Google“ and “Wikipedia“.  The Tableau enables a synoptical visual experience; it is a place of simultaneity –  a surface, that is organizing and structuring information aesthetically.

 
October 2019
Artistic Research
Reflecting Oil
Reflecting Oil

Ernst Logar und sein Team werden sich  über einen Zeitraum von vier Jahren intensiv mit der Substanz Rohöl beschäftigen. Im Zuge des Forschungsprojektes werden künstlerische Experimente mit dem Rohstoff Rohöl in Kooperation mit der Montanuniversität Leoben durchgeführt und im Kreis eines interdisziplinären ExpertenInnenteams  reflektiert und dokumentiert.  Während des Projektverlaufes (2019-2023) wird es einen Austausch und Kooperationen mit den StudentInnen der Abteilung in unterschiedlichen Formaten geben.

 

Arts-based research project
 

Ernst Logar (University of Applied Arts)
in cooperation with
Holger Ott (Montanuniversität Leoben)
July 01, 2019 – June 30, 2023

Ernst Logar and his team will engage in depth with the substance of crude oil for a period of four years. In the course of the research project, artistic experiments with the primary resource crude oil will be undertaken in cooperation wih the University of Leoben, and then reflected on and documented amongst our interdisciplinary team of experts. Throughout the duration of the project (2019–2023) exchange and cooperation with the department's students will take place in various formats.

 
2019 April 08 / 09:00
Artistic Research
Untergrund II
Untergrund II

Lecture performance by Katrin Hornek

within the workshop
The Anthropocene: Challenging the Disciplines

Sky Lounge
hosted by the Vienna Anthropocene Network
University Vienna

Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1 
1010 Vienna

Date: April 8, 2019; 16:30–16:45
Workshop duration: 09:00–17:30 


Workshop with contributions by:
Eva Horn, Michael Wagreich, Colin Waters, Matt Edgeworth, Jürgen Renn, Manfred Laubichler, Christoph Rosol, Katrin Hornek, Franz Mauelshagen, Susanne Weigelin-Schwiedrzik

 
January 2018
Artistic Research
The Anthropocene Surge
The Anthropo-cene Surge

Über 4 Jahre hinweg entwickelt die Künstlerin Katrin Hornek gemeinsam mit Michael Wagreich – einem Mitglied der Anthropozän-Arbeitsgruppe – ein interdisziplinäres Projekt, das den Wiener Untergrund kartiert, quantifiziert und kontextualisiert. Das Projekt ist an der Abteilung für Ortsbezogene Kunst angesiedelt und entwickelt zugleich unterschiedliche Formate des Austausches zwischen künstlerischer Forschung, Praxis und Lehre. 

 

Artistic research project

Katrin Hornek (University of Applied Arts) in cooperation with the geologist Michael Wagreich (University of Vienna)
Jan 01, 2018 – Dec 31, 2021

Over the course of four years, the artist Katrin Hornek cooperates with Michael Wagreich, a member of the Anthropocene working group, in order to develop an interdisciplinary project that maps, quantifies and contextualises the Viennese underground. The project is based at the Department of Site-Specific Art and aims to develop different formats of exchange between artistic research, practice and teaching.

 
October 2017
Artistic Research
I dance alone
I dance alone

Artistic research project

PhD project by Bogomir Doringer
Tutor: Paul Petritsch
Oct 01, 2017 – Jun 30, 2020

Bogomir Doringer’s long term ongoing research project, ‘I Dance Alone’, uses bird’s eye view documentation of dance parties to investigate clubbing as an organism. Through the use of artistic and scientific methods in recording and describing dance notations, ‘I Dance Alone’ endeavours to give us a new understanding and imagery of collectivism versus individualism in contemporary society. Can we understand clubbing as a living system, regulating and stabilizing the state and function of the collective and the individual in regard to a changing society?