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    As part of an university exchange program between the design akademie berlin (B. A. Photography) Prof. Sebastian Denz and Merz Akademie Stuttgart Jörg Frohnmayer (Pathway New Media) students work together on a VR-project for HM-Displays. The aim is to explore and create new spatial strategies for exhibitions incl. stereoscopic content. The project was presented at the prelude of the 30th aniversary of the transmediale in Berlin.


    For the second time, Akademie Schloss Solitude has awarded Schlosspost web residencies. The call on the topic »Re-entering the Ultimate Display« for virtual reality projects of all kinds was curated by professor of new media Mario Doulis , who was also in charge of selecting the web residents.


    Cyberfeminism is back! Saskia Aldinger — professional internet amateur — presented her new project, the photo series Daughter of all Demos.


    The New Media Pathway invites to reception of summer semester 2012. Our students will present their works on 18.04.12 from 17:00 – 19:00 in and around the Virtual Reality Lab 2.6.


    The frameset HTML tag was introduced in 1996 with version 2.0 of Netscape browser. This tag made it possible to divide a browser window into parts and show several HTML documents at once.


    The best way to exhibit net art is to do it in an Internet Cafe (CallShop, CyberCafe). This is what we did on the 8th of June 2011 at Ch@troom, very friendly and open space next to the Stuttgart Stategallery (Staatsgalerie).


    On tuesday 7.12 from 17:00-19:30 everyone is invited to the interface design reception at our Virtual Reality Studio ( room 2.6). You can see and try out our recent projects, talk to the the students and teachers, play Minecraft and have drinks.


    The Merz Akademie present their results of remediate research project from the 19 to the 21 november at Württembergischer Kunstverein in Stuttgart.


    Students of the Interface Design Pathway presented their work at the celebration of Max Bense 100 anniversary in Stuttgart.


    “Hi everyone! I’m SUPER EXCITED to announce the opening event of my little solo show in Berlin. Sa. 31.10., 20:00h


    Students of the Interface Design Pathway presented their work about Elektrolyrik at the Lyriknacht’09 in Stuttgart. The exhibition took place in the Wilhelmspalais’s lounge.


    On the 1st of July 2009 students of the Security by Obscurity project guided by Olia Lialina, presented their work.


    There are several news about our former student and current visiting teacher johannes p osterhof. Recently Merz&Solitude published Osterhoff’s final thesis IMG_SRC. It is in German and can be ordered online from the publisher.


    Till the 6th of January 2008, Marc Grimm’s ego shooter research arcade can be tried out at the ZKM (Karlsruhe) as a part of the ‘World of Games: reloaded” exhibition. Happy Real is a central part of Marc’s final project that aims to answer the question:


    The ExhibitSpace project has investigated new ways of spatial representation and interaction concepts for art exhibitions. Therefore Virtual Reality was split in it’s main technical components and experimentally re-arranged in kind of interactive exhibition spaces. As case studies the students chose artworks of the New State Gallery Stuttgart and conceptually extended the real exhibiting space with media installations.