Photographic Representation of Imagery and its Observers with an eye on Web 2.0
Tue, 09.11.2010, 9.00 pm
MAK Columned Main Hall
A collaborative project of Markus Hanakam & Roswitha Schuller (visual artists, Vienna) and Karin Mihatsch (researcher, Paris).
Palaces & Courts by Markus Hanakam and Roswitha Schuller is an interactive, web-based, color-coded guidance system which links
two-dimensional images with lines of text and functions much like a text-based role playing game; the reader guides him or
herself, while also being guided.
The basic idea of our work is the imagination of photography on the Internet. Since the Internet is a virtual space,
photography cannot be discussed on the basis of its actual materiality. Our strategy is to evoke imaginary images that begin
their existence in the mind of the observer, say the artists of their conceptual project, which is based on the catalog
of the 1915 Worlds Fair. This interactive work can be entered online beginning on 9 November 2010 at www.palacesandcourts.com
Panel Discussion > HYPERIMAGE. Die Expansion des fotografischen Bildes in virtuellen Räumen Elisabeth Bracun, Andreas Hirsch, Markus Hanakam & Roswitha Schuller, Sandor Ivády, Karin Mihatsch, Catrin Millmann, Moderation:
The fourth issue of the MAK/ZINE „In Bewegung/On Mobility“ is published on the occasion of the exhibitions NOMADIC FURNITURE 3.0. New Liberated Living? and TOUR DU MONDE. Bicycle Stories. Everything in this edition revolves around physical and mental mobility in both direct and oblique senses of the word: movement,
nomadism, change, flexibility, DIY, self-determination, global communication, ubiquity and so forth.
Edited by Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, with contributions by David Byrne, Alison J. Clarke, Sean Cubitt, Peter Daniel, Michael
Embacher, Martina Fineder, Thomas Geisler, Sebastian Hackenschmidt, James Hennessey, Katherine Satorius, German/English, 114
pages, MAK/Volltext, Wien 2013.