x cm. ISBN Cornelia Sollfrank (*) has worked in worldwide communication networks since the nineties, making a particular name for herself as a pioneer of Internet art with her net. art generator project, an art-generating Internet machine. Sehen Sie sich das Profil von Cornelia Sollfrank im größten Business-Netzwerk der Welt an. Im Profil von Cornelia Sollfrank sind 6 Jobs angegeben. Cornelia Sollfrank ist eine deutsche Netzkünstlerin und war in den er Jahren eine wichtige Vertreterin des Cyberfeminismus; inzwischen forscht und publiziert sie zu Technofeminismus. Außerdem ist sie als Commons-Forscherin und Autorin tätig.
Cornelia SollfrankCornelia Sollfrank (Berlin) ist Künstlerin, Forscherin und Dozentin. Sie studierte freie Kunst an der Akademie der bildenden Künste München und an der HFBK. Cornelia Sollfrank (PhD) is artist, researcher and university lecturer. She has studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and the University of the Arts. Cornelia Sollfrank. (PhD) ist Künstlerin, Forscherin und Hochschullehrerin und lebt in Berlin. Wiederkehrende Themen in ihrer künstlerischen und.
Cornelia Sollfrank The Collection VideoDocumentary Film - Stadt der Frauen * - City of Women * Since Cornelia Sollfrank has given artist talks and presentations of her work at more than 20 art schools/ colleges/ universities all over the world including, Zayed University Dubai, University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles; Scripps College. Sehen Sie sich das Profil von Cornelia Sollfrank im größten Business-Netzwerk der Welt an. Im Profil von Cornelia Sollfrank sind 6 Jobs angegeben. Auf LinkedIn können Sie sich das vollständige Profil ansehen und mehr über die Kontakte von Cornelia Sollfrank und Jobs bei ähnlichen Unternehmen erfahren. Cornelia Sollfrank (, Feilershammer, Germany) is a conceptual artist, interdisciplinary researcher and educator. Cornelia Sollfrank is an artist, researcher and university lecturer who is based in Berlin. She studied Fine Art at the Munich Art Academy and Hamburg University of the Arts and completed a PhD at University of Dundee (UK). Artist / Artist group Cornelia Sollfrank Title Net Art Generator Year Category computer-based, Net-based sculpture Material / Technique interactive net-based installation; computer workstation (table, chair, computer) and wooden box with server, projection screen; technical equipment: computer (server): PC with graphics and two network cards, operating system: Linux, software: custom. Cornelia Sollfrank ist eine deutsche Netzkünstlerin und war in den er Jahren eine wichtige Vertreterin des Cyberfeminismus; inzwischen forscht und publiziert sie zu Technofeminismus. Außerdem ist sie als Commons-Forscherin und Autorin tätig. Cornelia Sollfrank (* in Feilershammer, Gemeinde Trabitz) ist eine deutsche Netzkünstlerin und war in den er Jahren eine wichtige Vertreterin des. Cornelia Sollfrank (PhD) is artist, researcher and university lecturer. She has studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and the University of the Arts. Sehen Sie sich das Profil von Cornelia Sollfrank im größten Business-Netzwerk der Welt an. Im Profil von Cornelia Sollfrank sind 6 Jobs angegeben.
Trotz all dem prsentiert euch die neue UNIMAG Film-Liste die Cornelia Sollfrank Filme, der Dmonen bekmpfen soll" fr euch Feldsteine Spalten einem interessanten Hauptcharakter Cornelia Sollfrank. - InhaltsverzeichnisMon-Fri, 10am-4pm Hannah Jacqueline Elber Centre, 1 - 3 Bell Street, DD1 1HP Dundee The exhibition, named after Ada Lovelace, who is credited as being the first computer programmer, acknowledges the role of women, past and Rammstein Amerika Doku working at the forefront of art and technology.
Daniel: DAS Cornelia Sollfrank MEIN INTERVIEW Cornelia Sollfrank. - MedienlaborNetherland's Media Art InstituteAmsterdam.
Künstlerhaus, Vienna, A. Wyspa Institute of Art in Gdansk, PL International Biennial of Contemporary Graphic Art, Novosibirsk State Art Museum, Novosibirsk, RU.
Dog is my Co-pilot, Spinderihallerne i Vejle, Denmark REVERSE, Kunstmuseum, Omsk, RU. Cultures s of the Copy, Goethe Institut, Hongkong.
Old News, Center for Contemporary Art CCA, Lagos, NI. Anna Kournikova Deleted by Memeright Trusted System, Hartware MedienKunstVerein, Dortmund Kat.
Cornelia SOLLFRANK, CV, JANUARY 5 Kunstmaschinen Maschinenkunst, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt Kat. Copieren und Verfälschen, Künstlerhaus FRISE, Hamburg Cyberfem.
International Meeting on Feminisms and Activisms, Francesca Bonnemaison Centre, Barcelona, ES. Rhizome, ArtBase , New Museum, New York, USA.
Public Library, Wizards of OS Conference, Congresszentrum am Alexanderplatz, Berlin, DE. Generator, Minories Art Gallery, Colchester, Essex, UK. Künstlerbilder, Galerie Mesaoo Wrede, Hamburg, DE.
Cynet Art, Projekttheater, Dresden Kat. Observatori, Media Art Festival, Valencia Kat. Real Work, 4. Werkleitz Biennale, Werkleitz Kat.
Cornelia SOLLFRANK, CV, JANUARY 6 Cross Female — Metaphern des Weiblichen in der Kunst der 90er Jahre, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin Kat. Tracing Information Society, ngbk, Berlin.
Ryan Bishop, Kristoffer Gansing, Jussi Parikka, Elvia Wilk. Tech culture is largely structured along meritocratic values; if you work hard, achieve something special, you become somebody who is admired… Part of this ethos is not to share your knowledge but let others work equally hard to find out… Here queer feminist hacking offers new concepts that are really about sharing and caring.
It is not about being the best, the first, the one who needs the least sleep or food, but taking a holistic approach in the sense of taking care of oneself and others and working together instead of against each other.
These different approaches need their own spaces where they can be cultivated, which happens in queer feminist hack labs for example.
And the work often starts with the personal. MC : Unlike the more common understanding of hacking and hacktivism, which is considered to be more of breaking rules, your understanding is more reliant on collaboration, sharing knowledge and learning from each other.
The term has been appropriated by business thinking and thus become pretty much meaningless. It also includes the atmosphere, the understanding of knowledge, learning from embodied experience and a critical attitude towards technology and capitalist exploitation.
It is a way to empower many people and not just a few geniuses. Instead of hierarchisation, competition and comparison there is the idea of care and collaboration because we can only achieve something when we work together and join forces.
It is important to unlearn old ways of handling technology which are often based on frustration and relearn. Instead of feeling stupid in the face of all the technical skills we do not have, we should understand how much we know already and start from there to learn more.
I believe, it is really important to motivate people to start from where they are at a particular time. MC : It does seem like the balance between individualism and collectivity is necessary.
CS : The situation we have to master is definitely not something that anyone can do alone. But the problem often is where do we start to unlearn all the crap we have learned in our unhealthy environments?
That is something that interests me very much. I also ran workshops on technofeminist educational practices. We experimented with different approaches and continuously develop things further.
Also, I would be interested in organizing a conference on technofeminist educational strategies to bring all the different approaches together and create a bigger impact.
MC : Could you tell me a bit about your work with commons and the kind of research you're doing in this area? CS : The commons project is a follow-up on my research in copyright.
What can they give? And so I started a research project called Giving What You Don't Have. It only appeared after some time when I looked into open culture and free licenses.
So I was looking for artists who work with digital networks to keep the culture as open as possible. From this small project Giving What You Don't Have , we have developed a bigger research project, Creating Commons.
Together with two colleagues in Switzerland we selected 16 art projects who, in our understanding, are creating commons as an artistic practice. For a recent exhibition here in Berlin, OPEN SCORES: How to program the Commons we asked these artists to create a score related to their practice, and referring to Fluxus scores.
If you look at the aesthetics of our exhibition , it even looks a bit like the recreation of a Fluxus Festival We chose the scores, because all these artists we're working with do not create classic artworks like images or sculptures, but things that are operational on the net.
They do projects — rather than objects — that are not made for representation but just perform their task Nevertheless, we still wanted to put something in the white cube to create other ways of circulating the knowledge that is embedded in these projects.
We wanted to disseminate the works and their spirit into the art world. Postcard from 'OPEN SCORES. How to program the Commons',. MC : On the one hand, all the themes which you explore in your practice are different, but on the other, they interweave and are interconnected.
CS : Of course, it's all interconnected, but that is not obvious at first sight. Sometimes I do a video installation, then I run a workshop, I organize a demonstration, I publish a book or I curate an exhibition or I hang prints on a museum wall.
The art world is too much fixated on deciphering the aesthetic language of an artist to be able to trace conceptual connections between very different forms of expression.
MC : What are your plans and dreams for the future? CS : I wish that I could go on working in this way. It means a lot of freedom.
In Sollfrank hacked the "world's first" net art competition, Extension, organized by the Hamburg Art Museum in Germany.
Her work titled Female Extension involved the creation of computer-generated websites created by combing the Internet and combining fragments of HTML into exquisite corpse -like websites.
Each website was submitted under the name of a different artificial female artist. Cornelia Sollfrank founded the organization Old Boys Network.
Closely associated with Cyberfeminism , Sollfrank has expressed reservations that it limits the perception of her work as "womens issues".
Solfrank has also founded the artist groups frauen-und-technik Women and Technique and -Innen "Inside",  but also a suffix for feminine plurals in German .
Women Hackers  was an essay on hackers, focusing on the lack of recognition of female hackers. She founded echo , a mailing list for art, criticism and cultural politics in Hamburg and was co-founder and editor of the online magazine for art and criticism The Thing Hamburg Since Sollfrank conducts research in the field of art and commons.
Her project Giving What You Don't Have is a series of filmed interviews which introduce relevant projects. Categories : Cyberfeminism Net art.
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