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  [ART & MEDICINE. Body Media - Media Body]

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Kunstverein Medienturm
Josefigasse 1, 8020 Graz
09.06.2006

The symposium "ART & MEDICINE. Body Media - Media Body", presented by the Graz-based Kunstverein Medienturm and supported in content by the Institute of Art History at the Karl-Franzens-University of Graz, understands itself as theoretical basis of the media art works, displayed in the exhibition "ART & MEDICINE. Interfaces to the Body" at the wellness centre in Bruck/Mur; for this reason the symposium takes place before the opening of the exhibition.
The programmatic link of media art and medical-imaging procedures emerges through the establishment of an interdisciplinary image-science: such approaches are currently developed in Basel (Boehm), Magdeburg (Sachs-Hombach), Karlsruhe (Wyss) and also in Vienna (Belting). The umbrella term of "performative sciences" as used in Graz, can be assigned to this topical field and describes in its fundamentals a topos, appropriate to both areas (ART & MEDICINE): the sensualisation of genealogical, not perceivable information through the transference to impulses that can be processed by the human senses, for the reason of scientific research results.

Talks:
Gunther Reisinger (Ludwig-Boltzmann-Institute of Media.Art.Research Linz): introduction to the topic
Robert Höldrich (Institute of Electronic Music, University of Music and Visual Arts Graz): Art & Sonification
Ingeborg Reichle (Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften; Humboldt-University, Berlin): Technoscience
Thilo Hinterberger (Division of Psychology, University of Northampton): Brainmusic
Herwig Turk (Artist, Lissabon): Blindspot

Presentation:
Johann Konrad Eberlein (Institute of Art History, Karl-Franzens-University Graz)

Johann Konrad Eberlein, Thilo Hinterberger, Robert Höldrich, Ingeborg Reichle, Gunther Reisinger, Turk / Stöger

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Johann Konrad Eberlein, art & medicine. body media - media body, Kunstverein Medienturm, Graz, 2006

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