Awarding the best of recent student media projects
For the third time the MARS-Exploratory Media Lab of the Fraunhofer Institute for Media Communication awards outstanding student projects in the fields of media art, media design, media IT and, for the first time, media communication.
The winning projects of the >digital sparks< Award 2003:
“Machines will eat itself” – An Internet project that takes a subversive an ironic look at commercial data mining by Franz Alken, HGB, Leipzig, Germany [http://www.superbot.tk]
“Loser Raum” – An interactive space installation, that plays with the convergence of and differences between real and digital space by Anja Kempe, KHM, Cologne, Germany
“how-to-bow.com” – an interactive Internet guide for a better understanding of Japanese culture and lifestyle by Nora Krug, UDK, Berlin, Germany [http://www.how-to-bow.com]
The digital sparks 2003 Award ceremony will take place at the “Ars Electronica Festival” in Linz, Austria, on September 10th 2003 at 19pm in the ‘Sky-Medialoft’ of the Ars Electronica Center. The winners will present their work and are showcased during the evening’s festivities featuring prominent figures in media art and culture.
For further information about the digital sparks Award 2003 please contact: email@example.com and visit our Website: http://netzspannung.org/digital-sparks/03/en
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MARS-Exploratory Media Lab
MARS – Media Arts & Research Studies
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