Per Pegelow | Interactive Arts
Since 2003
Works in United States of America

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Per Pegelow * 1974 in Hamburg

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Present: Lives and Works in Hamburg

2011-2012: Contributor of the Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

2007-2009: Guest Curator for the Red House Sofia

Per Pegelow lived and worked in Hamburg and Bristol

2006-2008: Studied Media Art and New Media at the Bristol University of the West of England. Got his Master Degree in January 2008 for the praxis integrated research project “Gating - the Migration of Industry”. Prof. Bob Cotton and Prof. Paul Gough.

2004-2006:

Per Pegelow lived and worked in Düsseldorf, Germany.

1998-2005:

Per Pegelow studied Fine Art Photography and Communications-Design at the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts. Got his Diploma in February 2005 with the project "Gating, in 8 Minutes around the World". Prof. Cindy Gates, Prof. Susanne Bruegger.

1995-1998:

Per Pegelow studied Philosophy and Photography at the University of Hamburg and at the University of Art, Hamburg. Freelance Photographer and Assistant Photographer. Prof. Hans Andree and Prof. Kilian Breier.

1993-1995:

Per Pegelow worked as an Assistant Photographer.

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Public collections:

- New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York City, USA;

- The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art, Ithaca, USA.

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Awards, Sponsorships and Advancements:

- Grant from the Goethe-Institute Bulgaria, 2009 [Project: Work in Motion]

- Nominated for the “Australian Effects & Animation Festival” award, 2006 [Project: Goaling Loops];

- Advancement from “Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung”, Germany, 2006;

- Award from the “European Media Art Festival”, 2005 [Group Project: Balkan Wars - The Game];

- Sponsorship from “Air New Zealand” [Project: Gating], 2004;

- Nominated for the “International Digital Art Awards”, 2004 [Project: War Against Terror];

- Sponsorship from “Kodak Germany” [Project: Alice Media], 1999.

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Bibliography (selection):

- "4th International Symposium of Interactive Media Design”, 2006 Istanbul, Turkey;

- "Affairen”, 2005 Dortmund, Germany;

- "The Making of Balkan Wars: The Game”, 2004 Madrid, Spain;

- “3rd International Symposium of Interactive Media Design”, 2005 Istanbul, Turkey.

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Per Pegelow participated in several exhibitions, festivals and symposiums (selection):

2013

- „Shiny Toys“ Mülheim a.d. Ruhr, Germany, [Project: P.A.U.L.A. Installation]

- „Niederhafen“ Hamburg, Germany [Project: P.A.U.L.A. Performance]

- „Place Festival“, Moers, Germany, [Project: P.A.U.L.A. Performance + Installation]

- „City Sport Habour Hamburg“, Germany [Project: P.A.U.L.A. Performance]

- „Kreativikum“, Hamburg, Germany [Project: P.A.U.L.A. Installation]

2012

- „Szenografie Kolloquium“, DASA, Dortmund, Germany [Paper Presentation; Projects: Gating I, Goaling Loops, Gating, the Migration of Industry]

- „Shiny Toys“ Mülheim a.d. Ruhr[Project: Banana fired Powerstations]

2011:

- Disco Robots Project, Bollwerk 107, Moers

- Shiny Toys Festival Mühlheim [Project: Gating, the Migration of Industry]

2010:

- Museum of Labour, Hamburg, Germany [Projekt: Was Bleibt]

- Friesensaal, Keitum, Germany, supported by the Local History Museum Sylt [Projekt: Was Bleibt]

- "Pool Art Fair", FRèREINDEPENDENT, New York, USA [Projects: Gating I, Goaling Loops,
Gating, the Migration of Industry].

2009:

- "Work In Motion", Red House, Sofia, Bulgaria [Project: Gating, the Migration of Industry]

2008:

- "6th International Symposium of Interactive Media Design", Istanbul, Turkey [Project: Gating, the Migration of Industry]

- "Degrees of Difference", F Block Gallery, Bristol, United Kingdom [Project: Gating - the Migartion of Industry]

2007:

"Atelier - die Plattform für neue Kunst und Choreographie":
- Atelier im November, Pact Zollverein, Essen, Germany [Project: Gating - the Migration of Industry]

- "Web Biennial 2007", Contemporary Art Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. [Paper: Gating: a description of place, virtual space and social network with plan perspective panoramas].

- "5th International Symposium of Interactive Media Design", Istanbul, Turkey (Ctlg, ISBN) [Paper: Gating: a description of place, virtual space and social network with plan perspective panoramas; Projects Gating I - III]

2006:

- "Pool Art Fair", FRèREINDEPENDENT, New York, USA [Projects: Gating I, Goaling Loops,
War-Against-Terror.info].

-"Lange Nacht der Kunst", Spiekergasse, Gütersloh, Germany [Project: Gating].

- "4th International Symposium of Interactive Media Design" (Ctlg, ISBN)
Istanbul, Turkey [Project: Goaling Loops].

- "Einskommanull", Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany [Project: Gating].

"Atelier - die Plattform für neue Kunst und Choreographie":
- Atelier im Mai, Pact Zollverein, Essen, Germany [Project: Goaling Loops
with five screens and loop-objects].
- Atelier im Januar, Pact Zollverein, Essen, Germany [Project: Goaling
Loops].

2005:

- Web Biennial 2003, Istanbul Museum, Turkey.

- "International Festival of Electronic Art 404", Rosario, Argentina [Project: Gating].

- "9th International Video Festival Videomedeja", Novi Sad, Serbia and
Montenegro [Project: Gating].

- "Art in the Age of New Technologies": Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art, Yerevan, Armenia (Ctlg, ISBN) [Project: Gating].

"Atelier - die Plattform für neue Kunst und Choreographie":
- Atelier im August": Pact - Zollverein, Essen, Germany [Project: Gating].
- Atelier im Oktober": Pact - Zollverein, Essen, Germany [Projects: War-Against-Terror.info/Alice-Media]
- "Feldstärke" [Project: Gating].

- "3rd International Symposium of Interactive Media Design" (Ctlg, ISBN), Istanbul, Turkey [Projects: Gating, War-Against-Terror.info].

2002-2005:

As partition of: "The making of the Balkan Wars: The Game" (Ctlg, ISBN).
- European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück, Germany (2005);
- Casa Tranzit, Cluz, Romania (2004);
- City Museum of Skopje, Macedonia (2004);
- Medialab, Madrid, Spain (2004);
- Conversations 2002, Athens, Greece (2002);
- FORUM International Art Exchange, Thessaloniki, Greece (2002).

2004:

- "Academy meets Photokina", Photokina, Cologne, Germany [Project: Gating].

- "Bilderkriege" (Ctlg, ISBN):
Kunstverein Hildesheim, Germany [Project: War-Against-Terror.info].

2003:

- ">I - rivers< - Netart from German speaking countries!" and
"Perspectives'03": Computer Space Festival 2003, Sofia, Bulgaria [Project: War-Against-Terror.info].

- "Bilderkriege" (Ctlg, ISBN): Focus, Dortmund, Germany.

As participant of: "Violence Online", [Project: War-Against-Terror.info]:

- "MAD '03 Festival", Madrid, Spain;
- "File 2003 Festival", Sao Paulo, Brazil;
- "Nonetart Festival", Rosario, Argentina;
- "Open Air at Royal Gardens", Copenhagen, Denmark;
- "Fibreculture"-Conference", Brisbane, Australia;
- "Web Biennial 2003", Istanbul Museum, Turkey;
- "PEAM 2003 Electronic Art Festival", Pescara, Italy;
- "NetArt Open 2003", Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland;
- "1st New Media Art Festival", Chiang Mai, Thailand;
- "18th Videoformes Festival", Clermont-Ferrand, France.

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Projects of Per Pegelow | Interactive Arts:

Media Art Exhibition: Work in Motion - about Migration, Mobility and Labour

http://www.workinmotion.interactive-arts.info
Media Art Exhibition: Work in Motion - about migration, mobility and labour
| Interactive Arts | Per Pegelow

Project: Gating - the Migration of the Industry | Interactive Installation

http://www.gating3.interactive-arts.info
Gating, a visit of the Industry [Work in Progress] | Interactive Arts | Per Pegelow

Project: Gating, in 8 Minutes around the World | Interactive Installation:

http://www.interactive-arts.info/gating.pdf
Project: Gating, in 8 Minutes around the World: | Interactive Arts | Per Pegelow

http://www.interactive-arts.info/GatingDemo.avi
Demo Video: Gating, in 8 Minutes around the World: | Interactive Arts | Per Pegelow

Project: Goaling Loops | Video Installation

http://www.pixelgallery.de/galerie/GoalingGalleryWeb.mov

Project Goaling Loops (Demo Video: (Pixel Gallery, Frankfurt am Main| Interactive Arts | Per Pegelow

http://www.interactive-arts.info/GoalingLoopsLounge.pdf
PDF Goaling Loops | Interactive Arts | Per Pegelow

Per Pegelow | Interactive Arts
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EVENT

Media Art Exhibition: Work In Motion, about Migration, Mobility and Labour


Dates:
Tue Jun 02, 2009 00:00 - Mon May 11, 2009

Location:
Bulgaria

A collaboration between the Red House, Sofia and the Interactive Arts e.V., Hamburg
Curated by Per Pegelow, following a concept by Etta Gerdes and Per Pegelow
Yovo Panchev curates the commissions of the show.

Date:
From Tuesday 2009-06.02 until Sunday, 2009-06.17

Venue:
The Red House Centre for Culture and Debate
15, Ljuben Karavelov St.
Sofia 1142, Bulgaria

Work In Motion, about Migration, Mobility and Labour:
The current change in global living conditions by new ways of communication and transport - often called globalisation - is enabled by certain developments within the media. The view of this development, with all its social and economic issues, is represented by mass media in a way that leads to a phenomenon Jean Baudrillard calls "Hyper reality", where the perception of mass media products starts to replace the independent view on the common reality.

Baudrillard suggests that the "production of alternative media" is a way back to a clear and more independent perception of reality.
The production of media products that do not fit within the common standard formats of mass media is what the work of media artists is about. The media works of "Work In Motion - migration, mobility and labour" are (re-)producing a clear view on social lives within the European and North American nations in times of rapid "globalisation".

The media art exhibition “WORK IN MOTION - migration, mobility and labour” intends to pool various artistic approaches in a pulsating art show.

Artists and works:

Peter d'Agostino, United States
Work: WorldWideWalks: SOFIA
Interactive Installation

George Alamidis, Greece
Work: I.D.
Installation of 140 ID Cards

Harun Farocki, Germany
Work: In-Formation [Aufstellung]
Video

Ulrike Franke and Michael Loeken, Germany
Work: Losers and Winners
Documentary Film about the Deconstruction of a Coal Factory

And many others...

There will be two installations by Stanimir Genov and Vikenti Komitski, both from Sofia, and the products of co-operations between several artists that are participating in the exhibition. These works are especially dedicated to the show.


EVENT

Media Art Exhibition: Work In Motion, about Migration, Mobility and Labour


Dates:
Tue Jun 02, 2009 00:00 - Mon May 11, 2009

Location:
Bulgaria

A collaboration between the Red House, Sofia and the Interactive Arts e.V., Hamburg
Curated by Per Pegelow, following a concept by Etta Gerdes and Per Pegelow
Yovo Panchev curates the commissions of the show.
From Tuesday 2009-06.02 until Sunday, 2009-06.17

The current change in global living conditions by new ways of communication and transport - often called globalisation - is enabled by certain developments within the media. The view of this development, with all its social and economic issues, is represented by mass media in a way that leads to a phenomenon Jean Baudrillard calls "Hyper reality", where the perception of mass media products starts to replace the independent view on the common reality.

Baudrillard suggests that the "production of alternative media" is a way back to a clear and more independent perception of reality.
The production of media products that do not fit within the common standard formats of mass media is what the work of media artists is about. The media works of "Work In Motion - migration, mobility and labour" are (re-)producing a clear view on social lives within the European and North American nations in times of rapid "globalisation".

The media art exhibition “WORK IN MOTION - migration, mobility and labour” intends to pool various artistic approaches in a pulsating art show.

Artists and works:

Peter d'Agostino, United States
Work: WorldWideWalks: SOFIA
Interactive Installation

George Alamidis, Greece
Work: I.D.
Installation of 140 ID Cards

Harun Farocki, Germany
Work: In-Formation [Aufstellung]
Video

Ulrike Franke and Michael Loeken, Germany
Work: Losers and Winners
Documentary Film about the Deconstruction of a Coal Factory

And many others...

There will be two installations by Stanimir Genov and Vikenti Komitski, both from Sofia, and the products of co-operations between several artists that are participating in the exhibition. These works are especially dedicated to the show.


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