In Marl-Hüls, Olga experienced the digital exhibition project “Expanded Worlds” on site, taking an outside tour of media art works.
Above the rooftops of Krefeld, Klaas Werner talked to the sputnic collective about the use of analogue, digital and media technologies on stage and live animation cinema.
Media Art Fellow Kris Dittel talks about her research on more diverse kinship forms beyond the traditional nuclear family.
The new episode is all about literary work, digital environments and writing as a craft.
Together with the Videonale Association, the Office invited curator Giorgi Spanderashvili to place works from the Videonale’s online video archive into a new context.
Beate Scheder met with artist Isabella Fürnkäs at her childhood home in Cologne to learn more about recurring motifs in her performances, videos and drawings.
In her essay curator Katrin Mundt explores the history of the renowned festival Videonale and the challenges and claims towards art festivals to come.
In episode 4, Olga Felker talks to Fellow Fehime Seven and the fringe ensemble team about research on interactive performance design in Bonn.
Olga Felker visits the Inter Media Art Institute to talk about “The Cassette Underground” with Fellow Wouter de Romph and Director Linnea Semmerling.
In this episode curators Juliette Bibasse and Julia Kaganskiy speak about Geo-engineering and their experiences as Fellows in the Ruhr area.
In conversation with Fabian Saavedra-Lara, the artist delves deeper into his working methods and thereby into man-made climate change.
How will we look back on the year 2022 in the future? In a writing experiment, author Anna-Lena Klapdor has devoted herself to this perspective.
The artist talks to curator Kerstin Meincke about a joint trip to Nigeria and her work Tropic Telecom.
In the studio, the artist talks with Nada Schroer about her artistic research on Past-Life Therapy and other projects.
Daniel G. Andújar recalls his stay in Dortmund, a city in transition, where he was involved in the groundbreaking exhibition in 1998.
In the film “Just want you to be”, Ale Bachlechner visualises the results of her research on the exhibition by using private mobile phone videos.
The artists talk to curator Marijke Lukowicz at the surface mine around Hambacher Forst.
In 2017, the Office medienwerk.nrw invited students, artists, hackers and makers to work on hardware and software solutions for alternative ideas of technology.