Stefanie Wuschitz

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„Über Handys vernetzen und orientieren sich Jugendliche im urbanen Raum oder tauschen User generierte Inhalte aus, die Geschehnisse in der Öffentlichkeit spielerisch kommentieren. Durch einen partizipativen Zugang ermöglichen Handys medial unterrepräsentierten Gruppen freie Werkzeuge zum individuellen Ausdruck im öffentlichen Raum.“

 Externe Lehrende 

Fakultät für Architektur und Raumplanung
Technische Universität Wien

Externe Lehrende
Medienkünstlerin, interaktive Installationen

Kontakt

Email. stefanie.wuschitz@uni-ak.ac.at

Lebenslauf Stefanie Wuschitz

Stefanie Wuschitz uses interactive technology to build mobile sound and video installations. Her site-specific work invites users to experiment and play, encouraging the construction of unique social and collaborative spaces. In 2006 Stefanie Wuschitz graduated with an MFA from the University of Applied Arts Vienna and moved to New York. She lived in New York for two years, finishing a Masters degree at Tisch School of the Arts (New York University) in 2008. For a one year Digital Art fellowship at HUMlab and the Umeå Institute of Design she moved to Sweden. Together with Karin Jangert, Ramona and Elmira Zadissa she organized the international festival „Eclectic Tech Carnival“, held in Umeå from June 8th to June 12th 2009. To establish a collective and network for women artists working with electronics and physical computing she founded „Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory“. In weekly workshops participants share their knowledge on Open Source Software, Physical Computing, useful design techniques as e.g. laser cutting, wearable technology and circuit building. After Stefanie Wuschitz moved back to Austria in fall 2009, she continued to host „Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory“ sessions on a weekly basis at Metalab in Vienna. She started an interdisciplinary PhD at the Visual Cultures department at the Technical University Vienna, where research currently focuses on subversive public art produced by women with wireless technology. Comparing art practices in the cities Damascus (Syria), Stockholm (Sweden) and New York (USA). Her art practice includes interactive installations, animations and big scale drawings.

Beruflicher Werdegang und Projekte

Stefanie Wuschitz uses interactive technology to build mobile sound and video installations site-specifically encouraging the construction of unique social and collaborative spaces. Her current focus is on subversive public art produced by women with wireless technology. She was one of the organizers of the international festival ‚Eclectic Tech Carnival‘ in Umea/Sweden and founder of ‚Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory‘, a weekly workshops on Open Source Software, Arduino, art techniques as e.g. laser cutting, wearable technology and circuit building (currently based at Metalab/Vienna) as well as led the following workshops: Mobile-hack-day, Supersimple Robots Workshop at Letni dilnyCistirna-Prague, XBee Workshop at OKNO Bruesseles, Mobile Processing Workshop, Stockholm, Sweden and many other.

Externes KnowHow

Mobil Kommunication tools

Links

http://www.mzbaltazarslaboratory.org
http://www.grenzartikel.com

 

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