Thursday, October 8 (11.00–12.30)
The Interface Cultures program is based upon what we refer to as “know-how”. According to the department, the term “interface” is omnipresent nowadays, and that the relevance of the study program is summed up precisely by this expression. Interfaces can be interpreted in the technical and technological sense, but they can also be understood in the frame of the university’s program. Even students are interfaces.
The study offers the following artistic-scientific courses: netart, software art, robotic art, sound art, noise art, games & storytelling and mobile art, as well as new hybrid fields like genetic art, bio art, space art and nano art.