25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall
"Virtuelle Mauer/ReConstructing the Wall" interactive virtual reality installation, Tamiko Thiel & Teresa Reuter
Boston: November 2014
- Northeastern University: Exhibition with opening speeches by German Consul General Rolf Schuette
and NEU Dean Ute Poiger; Keynote speech by Tamiko Thiel and Teresa Reuter. Symposium with
professors from NEU and the artists. Organized by Prof. Natalie Bormann.
- Bentley University: Exhibition with opening speech by German Consul General Rolf Schuette.
Organized by Professor Johannes Eijmberts.
Berlin: August 2014
- ZeitLabor (Teresa Reuter & Sabe Wunsch) in Berolina, Neue Jakobstr. 30, 10179 Berlin,
Exhibition of the interactive 3D installation, workshops with contemporary witnesses and
on site tours about the former Berlin Wall.
Dubai: ISEA Festival - Oct. 30 - Nov. 8, 2014
(with Will Pappenheimer)
A participatory public artwork connecting body rhythms to potential ecosystems, Biomer Skelters asks participants to choose between being Indigenators protecting native biomes, or Exoticators propagating biome shifts due to global warming. Shown in the textile souk of Dubai's Old Town, plus other locations around Dubai and Sharjah, UAE.
Biomer Skelters was a FACT Liverpool commission for a bio-sensor driven augmented reality artwork.
Munich: Oct 6 - 10, 2014
"Goldsegen" - How much do you need to be happy?
A project on consumerism and the promise of happiness.
Part of the public art project "Das Rätsel des Überflüssigen" (Conundrum of the Superfluous") by Serafine Lindemann | artcircolo.
With pilotraum01 e.V., GCN and DantonDenkRaum, for Klimaherbst München 2014
London: MERGE Festival - Sept. 25 - Oct. 31, 2014
"Fractured Visions: To See Again"
An augmented reality installation on the fragility of human vision. Inspired by palinopsia, a rare visual disorder, two site-specific
installations question our perceptions of reality.
Dr. Dominic ffytche:
Working with Tamiko Thiel has helped crystalise what ... we do not know. ... This realisation, that much of the key evidence
required to understand palinopsia is missing, was an unexpected outcome of the collaboration and
taken away is a fresh outlook on palinopisa together with new ideas on how to progress research in this area.
Commissioned by the AXNS Curatorial Collective, in collaboration with
Dr. Dominic ffytche, King's College London. Supported by Art Council England, the Wellcome Trust, King's College London and the MERGE Festival..
See AXNS Fractured Visions website for viewing instructions, video and catalog.
Fractured Visions: Multiplicities
Inspired by the palinopsia
Fractured Visions: Diffusions
Inspired by the palinopsia
symptom illusory visual spread
Basel: Virtuale Switzerland - First Biennial of Virtual Art, June 18 - September 28, 2014
Official Parallel Project to Art Basel, with support from Pro Helvetia Swiss Art Councial and the City-State of Basel
Jan 17-20 2014 @ UNPAINTED Media Art Fair Munich
"Transformation: Munich (Lehel)"
Presented by pilotraum01 e.V., curators Serafine Lindemann (artcircolo) and Christian Schoen (kunst | konzepte)
Many thanks to the Department of Arts and Culture of the Bavarian State
Capital City Munich and to LAYAR for sponsorship for this event!
More information: UNPAINTED | Transformation | pilotraum01
Corcoran Gallery of ARt / Corcoran College of ARt and Design
The 4th work in the "Shades of Absence" work series, "Governing Bodies" is a monument to artists censored due to pressure from high U.S. government officials. Fine art prints of silhouettes of Robert Mapplethorpe and Paul Cadmus - formed out of terms of censorship - were exhibited in the Corcoran Gallery 31.
The augmented reality work includes artists such as the NEA 4 and Andres Serrano, and is geolocated permanently in the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the U.S. Capitol Building and the National Endowment for the Arts offices in the Old Post Office Pavilion.
[ Manifest:AR exhibition website ] [ Corcoran Gallery press release ] [ Shades of Absence website ]
"Biomer Skelters" - biosensor driven city-wide augmented reality public artwork (with Will Pappenheimer.)
Manifesting internal biorythms as external wild growth reforestation, this crowd sourced urban artwork
transforms participants into virtual biome propagators.
June 14th - September 15th, 2013
Part of the Manifest.AR exhibit "Invisible ARtaffects."
A FACT Liverpool commission for their 10th anniversary exhibition "Turning FACT Inside Out."
In collaboration with Liverpool John Moores University and the World Museum Liverpool.
[ Biomer Skelters website ] * [Biomer Skelters Demo Video ]
Digital Art Weeks Singapore, 2013
Three of my artworks are showing in Singapore for the Digital Art Weeks, curator Art Clay
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"ARt Critic Face Matrix"
Ion Orchard, Orchard Road
4 channel video (music by Gerd Kötter) and augmented reality installation, St. Lukas Church Munich (Lehel).
An art project on possible realities for urban life in the future.
Part of "overtures ZeitRäume," a project series by pilotraum01 e.V. curated by Serafine Lindemann / artcircolo and Christian Schoen / kunst | konzepte, in cooperation with the St. Lukas Church Munich, Pastor Beate Frankenberger, and the citizens of the Lehel neighborhood in Munich.
Manifest.AR @ Zero1 Biennial (2012)
Presented by the Samek Art Gallery/Bucknell University and ZERO1 Biennial 2012
Manifest.AR was commissioned by the Samek Art Gallery of Bucknell University and by Zero1 itself to create new works for
the Zero1 Biennial, Silicon Valley, USA.
I showed two new works, Clouding Green and Fortune 500 Cookies,
and have placed the ARt Critic Face Matrix in the San Jose Museum of Art and
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Please click here for an overview of my works for Zero1.
Click on an image below for an individual project.
"When I Dream" @ Art Gwangju
- augmented reality installation, 2012
Presented by The Art Syn Projects (London):
"ARt Critic Face Matrix" in No.Need.For:Real? @ Triennale di Milano, 2012
"To Question is GOLD"
- augmented reality installation, 2012
"All Hail Damien Hirst" - AR intervention at the Tate Modern, 2012:
Transmediale 2012: an in/compatible incident
The director of the Transmediale, celebrating 25 years of interventionist art, speaks of "offensive AR art" and makes it clear he does not want it at his festival. How should an artist react?
With an AR intervention, of course ...
"Reign of Gold" embellishes the Transmediale 2012 themes
Goethe-Institut Second Life Artist in Residence:
"Dislocative Sculpture" - 2011
"Perceptive Dislocations" - 2012
"Louvre Illuminati" - Louvre intervention, 2011
"Reign of Gold" - AR Occupy Wall Street