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Jona Hoier
Karin Pichler
Markus Murschitz
Milo Tesselaar
Miriam Mone
Stephan Bergmann
Ulrich Reiterer
26.09.2009 - 08.11.2009
interactive installation
24.11.2008 - 24.11.2008
interactive installation
11.02.2008
interactive installation
30.09.2006 - OPEN END
interactive installation
22.06.2006 - 30.06.2006
interactive installation
02.02.2006 - 06.02.2006
interactive installation
22.08.2005 - 16.12.2005
interactive installation
09.06.2005
interactive installation
09.06.2005 - 17.06.2005
interactive installation
02.12.2004 - 06.12.2004
interactive installation
10.11.2004
interactive installation
14.07.2004 - 14.09.2004
interactive installation
12.06.2004
interactive installation
21.11.2003 - 02.04.2004
interactive installation
06.03.2003 - 31.12.1969
interactive installation
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22.08.2005 - 16.12.2005
berlin, exibition
berlin, exibition
GENRE
interactive installation
LOCATION
dieselwall
TEAM
JONA
KARIN
MILO
STEPHAN
ULI
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"All new media not only double reality--they do this only fragmentarily--but also, above all, they are the doppelgängers of the old media. Media as doubling machines are vampires. The old media fear that the new doppelgängers will live on their blood, that they will be bled dry, consumed and contaminated. The new media always claim to replace the old media. But the old and the new media ought to know that whoever kills his doppelgänger, also kills himself.[...]" (peter weibel: „phantom painting reading reed: painting between autopsy and autoscopy, part III”) berlin is a vampire Especially if time has come to announce itself as the new capital city of art, culture or music. As no other german city berlin is supported by a not ending inflow of people and their creative shadows. The city seems to have a magnetic field that is unrestistable, and forces the inhabitants of such an oversized place to a narcism of the little varieties, as a possibility to displace themself from their city. the object Because of its altitude the mirror will not gratify the wish of an observer to see his/her own reflection. As an observer you remain as a phantom/ vampire and in terms of ralph elison also invisible to other observers. In contrast to that the city reflects itself permanently, fulfilling its (im-)proper, narcistic end in itself The project was handed to the dieselwall jury and was presented as one out of ten concepts that were priced.