Truth v.2289

PROJECT INDEX

STATUS

ASPECTS

PARTNERS

Amazon Atlas

YEAR
I_2021 BA
STATUS
Archived

ASPECTS

mapping, digital, space

TEAM

Katharina Peters

FILES

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OMNI

YEAR
H_2020-21 BA
STATUS
Archived

ASPECTS

digital, speculative

TEAM

Arne Flach

FILES

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Ikonographie des Dataismus

YEAR
D_2018-19
STATUS
Archived

ASPECTS

speculative, digital

TEAM

Erdem Şentürk

ABSTRACT

 
This work aims to explain the relationship between technology and worldviews through the world of symbols and to reflect on the fictions and values of the future.

Referring to three different belief and value systems, the project makes a historical comparison: Teism as a worldview dominated by the gods, Humanism as the result of scientific developments, and finally a speculation on a new worldview in which the whole world is interconnected, algorithms and data are glorified: dataism.

This comparison will be worked through using the following key imagery: Clouds, Angels, and Tree. What meanings did these phenomena take on from the past to the present, how have they changed, and what will they mean to us in the future? To interpret and evaluate these changes, I create a fiction through associative logic by relating the images that shape humanity's shared memory.
This work aims to explain the relationship between technology and worldviews through the world of symbols and to reflect on the fictions and values of the …

LINKS

FILES

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LEJ

YEAR
B_2017-18
STATUS
Archived

ASPECTS

digital, space

TEAM

Lila Steinkampf

ABSTRACT

 
Project:
The project LEJ GUIDE/Leipzig/Halle Airport is about the visualization of operations that take place at the Leipzig/Halle Airport (Saxony/Germany) parallel to civil transport.
Operations like deportation, military use and expulsion of local residents are made visible through an Augmented Reality App (→geolocated marker, text, audio) used while taking part in an official guided tour organized by the airport.
Additionally there is an embedded google earth map available through the app which provides information in detail about legal actions against the airport by local initiatives, documents of the European Commission and further texts concerning these processes.
This principle of infiltrating an official guided tour could be transferred to other tours in any place.
Project: The project LEJ GUIDE/Leipzig/Halle Airport is about the visualization of operations that take place at the Leipzig/Halle Airport (Saxony/Germany) …

FILES

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Virtual Memory

YEAR
A_2017
STATUS
Archived

ASPECTS

speculative, digital, space, human rights

TEAM

Anna Meïra Greunig

ABSTRACT

 
Project:
In collaboration with the Hafıza Merkezi - Truth Justice Memory Center, two works have been created that address the repressed Kurdish culture of memory. The website virtual-memory.org contains a three-dimensional reconstructed model of the destroyed Roboski monument. It is a re-visualization of the original, which cannot be demolished in this state and can be experienced regardless of location. By manipulating Google Photosphere images, it is possible to upload individual places of memory into the virtual space of Google Maps. The first work shows 10 placeholders for such possible monuments. They are located in neighborhoods of Diyarbakır province where more than 30 civilians died during the curfews.
Project: In collaboration with the Hafıza Merkezi - Truth Justice Memory Center, two works have been created that address the repressed Kurdish culture of …

FILES

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