[ISEA2018] Panel: Martin Koplin, Igor Nedelkovski, Christian Geiger, Carl Skelton, Aura Neuvonen, Stephan Siegert, Olga Sismanidi, Lorenz Potthast, Elwira Wojtunik-Lang & Popesz Csaba Lang — Impact of Social Art in the People´s Smart Sculpture PS2

Panel Statement

Keywords: Social Art, Social Resonance, Impact of Media Art, Participative Art, Urban Re-Design, Urban Art, Digital Art, Changes in Europe, Impact Lab, Digitalization, Durban Art Lab

The People´s Smart Sculpture PS2 panel of ISEA2018 in Durban reflects the social and political impact of a 4 years media art and science activity in Europe with more than 800 artists and
scientists involved. PS2 developed participatory digital art methods for changes in urban living environment. What will be left after 4 years? Which results, artistic methods, digital tools will
sustain? What is transferable into different situations? The panel additionally integrates the experiences of the temporary African-European PS2 digital art lab in June, before and during ISEA2018 in Durban.

  • Martin Koplin, M2C Institute of Applied Media Technology and Culture at the City University of Applied Sciences Bremen, Germany
  • Igor Nedelkovski, Gauss Institute Bitola, Macedonia
  • Christian Geiger, University of Applied Sciences Duesseldorf, Germany
  • Carl Skelton, OCAD University, Toronto, Canada
  • Aura Neuvonen, Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finland
  • Stephan Siegert, Digital Impact Lab, Bremen, Germany
  • Olga Sismanidi, European Commission Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, Brussels, Belgium
  • Lorenz Potthast, Xenorama, Berlin, Germany
  • Elwira Wojtunik-Lang, Elektro Moon Vision, Krakow, Poland
  • Popesz Csaba Lang, Elektro Moon Vision, Krakow, Poland

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