Joachim Sauter / Dirk Lüsebrink

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Joachim Sauter

Artist

* 1959 [D]
lives and works in Berlin [D]

Joachim Sauter studied at the Berlin Art Academy [Hochschule der Künste/ MA and Meisterschüler], and at the Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie [German Academy for Film and Television], Berlin. In 1988, he founded Art+Com together with a group of designers, artists, scientists and technicians. Since 1991, Joachim Sauter has been Professor for Digital Media Design at the University of the Arts in Berlin and has been an adjunct professor at UCLA since 2001.

Grants and Awards | Exhibitions | Works | Recommended Links

Grants and Awards ::

2001
German Design Red Dot Award [D]
Swiss Design Award [CH]

1998
Prix Pixel INA Institut National de l'Audiovisuel [F]
Film+Art Critics Award [USA]

1997
Prix Ars Electronica Category »Interactive Art« [A]

1995
The Los Angeles Interactive Media Festival Impact Award [USA]
Prix Ars Electronica Category »Interactive Art« [A]

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Exhibitions ::

2002
ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe [D]

2001
Museum of Contemporary Art, Porto [P]

2000
»Siggraph«
V2 DEAF, Rotterdam [NL]
»Expo 2000«, Hanover [D]
»Vision Ruhr«, Dortmund [D]

1998
Inter Communication Center, Tokyo [J]

1997
Ars Electronica, Linz [A]

1996
Stejdilik Museum, Amsterdam [NL]
Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna [A]

1995
Venice Biennial, Venice [I]
»G7 Meeting«, Brussels [B]
»Siggraph«, Los Angeles [USA]
»Interactive Multimedia Festival«, Los Angeles [USA]
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris [F]

1994
Ars Electronica, Linz [A]

1993
Museum for Contemporary Art, Nagoya [J]
Deichtorhallen, Hamburg [D]

1992
Museum for Contemporary Art, Sidney [AUS]
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris [F]
Ars Electronica, Linz [A]

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Works::

»Bodymover« [interactive multiuser environment]
»Virtual Car« [interactive installation]
»Invisible Shape of Things Past« [interactive installation]
»TerraVision« [interactive installation]
»Zerseher« [interactive installation]

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Recommended Links ::

-> Homepage Art+Com:
http://www.artcom.de/

-> Biography, exhibitions, works:
http://www.artcom.de/~js/

-> »Invisible Shape of Things Past« [interactive installation]:
http://www.artcom.de/cgi-bin/index.cgi?res=1024&resH=&tpl=frame&language=en&id=2_8 http://prixars.aec.at/history/interactive/1997/97azI-invisible.html

-> »Virtual Car« [interactive installation]:
http://www.artcom.de/cgi-bin/index.cgi?res=1024&resH=&tpl=frame&language=en&id=2_1

-> »TerraVision« [interactive installation]:
http://www.artcom.de/cgi-bin/index.cgi?res=1024&resH=&tpl=frame&language=en&id=2_3

-> »Bodymover«, [interaktives multiuser environment]:
http://www.artcom.de/cgi-bin/index.cgi?res=1024&resH=&tpl=frame&language=en&id=2_9

-> »Zerseher«, 1992:
http://prixars.aec.at/history/interactive/1992/E92auszI-zerseher.html

-> Prix Ars Electronica [A], Category »Interactive Kunst« for the work ┬¬Zerseher┬┤, staement of the jury:
http://prixars.aec.at/history/jurybegr/1992/E92inter.html

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Dirk Lüsebrink

Artist

* 1964 [D]

Dirk Lüsebrink studied computer sciences at the TU Berlin and is one of the founding memebers of Art+Com.

Awards | Exhibitions | Works | Recommended Links

Awards ::
[selected]

1997
Prix Ars Electronica, Category »Interactive Art«, [A]

1992
Prix Ars Electronica, Category »Interactive Art«, [A]

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Exhibitions ::
[selected]

2002
ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe[D]

1997
Ars Electronica, Linz [A]

1995
Ars Electronica, Linz [A]

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Works ::
[selected]

»Zerseher« [interactive installation]
»The Invisible Shape of Things Past« [interactive installation]

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Recommended Links ::

- > »The Invisible Shape of Things Past« :
http://prixars.aec.at/history/interactive/1997/97azI-invisible.html

- > »Zerseher« :
http://prixars.aec.at/history/interactive/1992/E92auszI-zerseher.html

- > Prix Ars Electronica [A] , Category »Interactive Art«, for the work »Zerseher«, statement of the jury:
http://prixars.aec.at/history/jurybegr/1992/E92inter.html

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