Exhibition at the

in cooperation with the Lisi Hämmerle gallery,
stand A08

20-23 September 2012, Messe Wien, Hall A, Messeplatz 1, 1020 Vienna

Wednesday September 19th, 2012, 2:00 p.m.: Preview

Wednesday 09/19/2012, 6 p.m.: Vernissage

Thursday 09/20/2012, 1:30 p.m.: Presentation

of the ongoing research project on rapid prototyping in art. Project initiator and head of the Digital Art department Ruth Schnell talks to colleagues about the exhibition and gives an insight into the status of the project and its further development.


Wolfgang Fiel with Sophie-Carolin Wagner, Margarete Jahrmann, Nicolaj Kirisits, Peter Koger, Bernd Kräftner with Ashley Holwell, Martin Kusch, Jan Lauth, Lydia Lindner, Max Moswitzer, Niki Passath, Tom Schneider, Ruth Schnell / Veronika Schnell, Franz Schubert, Romana Schuler, Roland Schöny with Hans Nevídal, Stefanie Wuschitz

The exhibition entitled Djinni in a Bottle - Materialization and Mediality is the first public manifestation of an ongoing research project in which teachers from the Department of Digital Art at the University of Applied Arts Vienna enter a terrain that in practice of the visual arts has received little attention to date. The use of generative manufacturing methods, which are generally known under the term rapid prototyping and have so far been used primarily in architecture and product design, opens up new forms of algorithmic design and collaborative work in the field of digital art. Through the three-dimensional materialization of experimental processes that go beyond the visualization on the computer screen or the virtual existence of data sets,

University of Applied Arts Vienna
Department of Digital Art
Direction: Univ-Prof. Mag.a art. Ruth Swift

Contact: Sterngasse 13, 1010 Vienna
T: +43 1 71133 2640

Sep 18, 2012


Stefanie  Wuschitz