With a considerable amount of irony Ho Tzu-Nyen, one of the most renowned Singapurian filmmakers, borrows the image of Newton's apple as a metaphor for the futile challenge artists face in terms of achieving a creative inspiration (or rather, one after another) of their own accord.
The transmediale Award is cancelled for 2012. On this page you can see our previous nominees and winners.
The decision to cancel the transmediale Award is connected to the development of a new project, “resource”, an all-year project working as a form of distributed project residency for transmediale's local, regional and international community.
Diese für den transmediale Award nominierte, akustisch-performative Installation der
indonesischen Künstlergruppe HONF (The House of Natural Fibre) stellt eine Reaktion auf das religiös motivierte, nationale Verbot alkoholischer Getränke in Indonesien dar. Auf der transmediale.11 verwandelt sich die Installation zudem in die Performance bacteria orchestra, wenn sie als komplexes Instrument Kunst, Wissenschaft und Lebendiges vereint.
Born in Canada in 1966, Michelle Teran is a media artist working in a networked live art practice. She became involved in the media arts after studying art history, theatre, cultural theory, painting and drawing at Hospicio Cbanas in Guadalajara (1986-87), Instituto de las Bellas Arts, San Miguel de Allende (1987), and the Ontario College of Art.
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For the 2012 festival there will be no general transmediale Award and also no Open Web Award. Instead, we are opting for tight curatorial coherence in the programming as well as more community engagement outside of the festival. Related to these changes we are transforming the Vilém Flusser Theory Award into a Residency Programme for artistic research.
The programme will support art and science projects in the spirit of Flusser.
The jury for the transmediale Award 2011 have nominated seven outstanding art works from among an impressive pool of over 1000 entries submitted from around the world, covering a broad range of digital and media arts practice. Congratulations to the nominees - and good luck to the transmediale Award 2011 winner who will be announced in Berlin at the Awards Ceremony 5 February 2011!
Nominated for the Open Web Award are three projects that critically consider and make use of the potential of the Open Web. They have an online component, implement open and free technology and facilitate participation and collaboration. Drumbeat Project Producer Henrik Moltke represented award partner Mozilla at the jury session.
From 15 October 2010 the nominated works will be made available on the Mozilla Drumbeat Platform for a public vote that will determine the winner of this award.