Karina Smigla-Bobinski
Since 2008
Works in Minich Germany

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BIO
Multimedia artist. Lives and works in Munich, Germany.
Studied at the Art Academy in Krakow (Poland), and Munich (Germany).

>>> http://www.smigla-bobinski.com
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EVENT

FAD Festival de Arte Digital


Dates:
Wed Aug 31, 2011 19:00 - Fri Sep 30, 2011

Location:
Belo Horizonte - MG, Brazil

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FAD Festival de Arte Digital
August 31 - September 30, 2011
Belo Horizonte, Brazil

FAD - the 5th Festival de Arte Digital In a setting where the use of new tools and technologies influence the pursue, the research and the experimentation of new artistic languages, the FAD emerges as a space for exchanges and exhibition of what has been produced in this field by artists in Brazil and around the world. Since 2007, and always taking place in Belo Horizonte, the FAD is a digital media art festival which aims to discover and present to the public the artistic content developed or processed, in whatever of its production stage, by means of computers, softwares, hardwares, cellphones, camcorders, digital cameras, electronic and/or digital devices.
Being so, the festival supports and contributes to the production, implementation and consolidation of digital art in the country. During the whole month of September, selected artists by means of this call will exhibit their works and have the opportunity to establish cultural exchange and dialogues with the public and other participants in the event.
Accomplished by means of the incentive to culture law, the FAD is an independent festival, sponsored through private initiative. All of its activities are open and free of charge. > more
 
FAD - GALERIA
Brandon Barr- Hidrostatic Journey to the Origins of Consciousness (EUA)
Cadu Lacerda - Parasimétrica – Algoritmo das Cores (Brasil – RJ)
Cuppetelli and Mendoza - Nervous Structure (EUA)
Felipe Norkus - Sismo (Brasil-RJ)
Juliana Mori - timeLandscape woolrhytms (Brasil-SP)
Karina Smigla-Bobinski - ADA (Alemanha)
VOID - Video Object Interactive Duo - O Jardim do Tempo (Portugal)
 
FAD - PERFORMANCE
A.lter S.essio - Loss-Layers (França)
Chico de Paula - [Q.N.S.N.S]2  (Brasil – MG)
Aruan Mattos e Flavia Regaldo - Cicloritmoscópio (Brasil – MG)
Renato Negrão - Concerto para o erro (Brasil – MG)
ZoomB Laboratório Audiovisual - Equações (Brasil – SP)
 
FAD - LABORATORIO
Mznu - Motor Homopolar (Brasil-MG)
TeleKommando - Vídeos Abertos (Brasil-SP)
ZoomB Laboratório Audiovisual - Visualização de Dados no VVVV (Brasil-SP)


EVENT

FILE Electronic Language International Festival in São Paulo


Dates:
Mon Jul 18, 2011 19:00 - Sun Aug 28, 2011

Location:
São Paulo, Brazil

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 ADA - an analog interactive kinetic sculpture by Karina Smigla-Bobinski on
 
Festival Internacional de Linguagem Eletrônica
Electronic Language international Festival
 
FILE São Paulo 2011 takes place from July 19 to August 21, 2011 at the FIESP Cultural Center - Ruth Cardoso. In the program, immersive and interactive installations, tablets, animations, games, machinimas, besides works of web art, video, documentaries, music clips and sound experiments.
 
In the first week there will be performance presentations (Hypersonica) at the Cultural Center's Theater. The program of FILE 2011 also occupies the SESI Art Gallery, the FIESP Foyer and Space.
Accompanying FILE São Paulo 2011's program, FILE PAI - Paulista Avenue Interactive will show works of digital and electronic art in different indoor and outdoor spaces at Paulista Avenue and its area.
 
http://www.filefestival.org
 
 
INSTALLATIONS:
Alessandro Ludovico & Paolo Cirio - Face to Facebook - GBR
Ali Miharbi - Movie Mirrors - USA 
Andreas muk Haider - skia - AUT
Annica Cuppetelli & Cristobal Mendoza - Nervous Structure - USA 
Ben Jack - Elucidating Feedback - NZL 
Christoph Haag, Martin Rumori, Franziska Windisch & Ludwig Zeller - Open Circuit - DEU 
Coletivo COLETORES: Toni William, Flávio Camargo, Daniela Cordeiro & Karina Marques - Máquina / Brinquedo - BRA
Daniela Arrais & Luiza Voll - Invente um sorriso - BRA 
Eduardo Omine - Fragments In Curved Air - BRA
Elie Zananiri, Hugues Bruyère & Mathieu Léger - Peptone - CAN 
Eric Siu (Support: Yoshihiro Watanabe, Hiroaki Ohno, Hideki Takeoka & Benjamin Xiao) - Body Hack - HKG e JPN 
Esther Hunziker - DUMP - CHE
Hye Yeon Nam - Please Smile - USA 
Joachim Smetschka - INSTANT - AUT 
Joon Y. Moon - Augmented Shadow - KOR
Julian Jaramillo Arango - The Happy Cube - BRA
Julian Palacz - Algorithmic search for Love - AUT 
Juliana Mori - timeLandscape - wool rhythms - BRA 
Karina Smigla-Bobinski - ADA - analoge interactive kinetic sculpture - POL e DEU 
Kimchi & Chips - Journey: Seoul & Link - GBR 
Lars Lundehave Hansen - Spiderbytes - DEU 
Lauren McCarthy - Conversacube - USA
Lawrence Malstaf - Nemo Observatorium 02002 & Shrink 01995 - BEL 
Matt Roberts - Waves - USA
NaJa & deOstos (Project Team: Ricardo de Ostos, Nannette Jackowski, Manuel Jimenez, Thomas Sicouri) - Ectoplasmatic Housing - GBR
PirarucuDuo: Fernando Visockis & Thiago Parizi - Acusmograma - BRA
Rafaël Rozendaal - Towards and Beyond.com - NLD
Rejane Cantoni & Leonardo Crescenti - Solo - BRA
Ricardo Barreto, Maria Hsu & AMUDI - feelMe - BRA 
Ricardo Iglesias García - Surveillance Cameras: they are alive! - ESP
Ryoichi Kurokawa - rheo: 5 horizons - BEL
Soraya Braz & Fábio FON - Via Invisível - BRA
Tamás Waliczky - Marionettes - HUN
Tim Coe - A Perfect Face - DEU
Yoshi Akai - Heart 'n' Beat (Biorhythm Synthesizer) - JPN 
Yujiro Kabutoya & Kazushi Mukaiyama - IJIROS - JPN
 
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ADA - an analog interactive kinetic sculpture by Karina Smigla-Bobindki similiar to Tinguely's «Méta-Matics», acts itself. At Tinguely's it is sufficient to be an unwearily struggling mechanical being. He took it wryly: the machine produces nothing but its industrial self-destruction. Whereas «ADA» by Karina Smigla-Bobinski, is a post-industrial "creature", visitor animated, creatively acting artist-sculpture, self-forming artwork, resembling a molecular hybrid, such as a one from nano biotechnology. It developes the same rotating silicon-carbon-hybrids, midget tools, miniature machines able to generate simple structures.
 
http://www.smigla-bobinski.com/works/ada.html


EVENT

JOSS an art intervention at the CULTURES of ECONOMICS


Dates:
Fri Jun 25, 2010 00:00 - Mon Jun 21, 2010

JOSS an art intervention at the CULTURES of ECONOMICS
25 June 2010 > New Vistas - Desire to Win!


In the course of the last act the Joss papers will be commited to the flames. The reimport of western consumer goods is all that this is going to be about. The fire is meant to effect a sort of catharsis, of cleansing.

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If we have indeed come to a crossroads today, then we should venture beyond analysis and set our sights on innovative forms and cultures of economics. What might a viable and sustainable global economic system look like in the future? Do we need a change of paradigm in order to reflect on and shape the future? This event aims to counter the widespread perplexity with utopian possibilities.

Moderator:

Prof. Dr. Armin Nassehi (Munich), chair of Sociology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität with specialization in cultural sociology, political sociology, and sociology of knowledge and science.

Artist:

Karina Smigla-Bobinski
The artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski has developed a changing installation for each conference in the event series. Her work plays on the motif of “joss paper” which is burned at traditional Chinese ancestor worship ceremonies and New Year celebrations. Originally used as paper money, many people nowadays use joss paper to make life-size papier-mâché models of Western brand-name products. The artist has acquired copies of Western consumer goods from the Asian market and will present them here in a new context.

Speakers:

Prof. Dr. Rahel Jaeggi (Berlin)
Ms. Jaeggi teaches Social and Legal Philosophy at the Humboldt-Universität with a focus on political philosophy, philosophical ethics and anthropology. Her research addresses, among other things, the topicality and significance of terms like “criticism” and “alienation” and their application in the economic system.

Prof. Dr. Elena Esposito (Bologna)
Ms. Esposito teaches Sociology at the University of Modena-Reggio Emilia. As a systems theorist, she focuses primarily on media and fashion theory, memory research and the formation of economic theories with regard to their impact in and on the future.

Prof. Stephan Klasen PhD (Göttingen)
Stephan Klasen holds the chair of Development Economics and Empirical Economics Research at the Georg-August-Universität in Göttingen. He is the coordinator of the Courant Research Center for “Poverty, Equity, and Growth in Developing and Transition Countries” and heads the Ibero-American Institute for Economic Research.

Prof. Dr. Julian Nida-Rümelin, former State Minister (Munich)
Mr. Nida-Rümelin is the chair of Philosophy at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität and speaker for the executive master’s degree programme in “Philosophy-Politics-Economics”, which he co-established with Karl Homann. He has spent many years studying the relationship between economic rationality and common sense.

Film programme:

The film curator Florian Wüst will present three short film programmes, each of which is based on the theme of the corresponding conference. The programme, comprised of historical and contemporary experimental, documentary, advertising and corporate promotional films, contrasts the thematic content of the conferences from an analytical or artistic-ironic perspective. The film programmes blend both the past and present, and fiction and reality, as they examine the economic reconstruction of post-war Europe, the industrial automation processes of the 20th century, changing ethical standards among managers, global labour conditions and the vision of a carbon-free future.

The Birth of the Robot, Len Lye, UK 1935, 7'
Die Natur ist entscheidend, BV-Aral AG, BRD 1954, 2'30''
The World of Buckminster Fuller: Dymaxion House + Dymaxion Car, Robert Snyder, USA 1971, 7'30''
Automania 2000, John Halas & Joy Batchelor, UK 1963, 10'
Catching, Hannaleena Hauru, FI/AR 2009, 12'
Banküberfall, Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit, D 2001, 1'
Kempinski, Neil Beloufa, FR 2007, 15'

Location > Radialsystem V, Holzmarktstr. 33, Berlin
Ticket > +49 (0)30 - 288 788 588 or www.radialsystem.de


EVENT

Cultures of Economics


Dates:
Fri Jun 25, 2010 00:00 - Wed May 12, 2010

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Cultures of Economics is a three-part event series by the Federal Cultural Foundation in cooperation with the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich with an art intervention by Karina Smigla-Bobinski.

7 May 2010 > Insights - Marvellous Markets
4 June 2010 > Shifting Perspectives - Economics in Spite of Ourselves
25 June 2010 > New Vistas - Desire to Win!


Location > Radialsystem V, Holzmarktstr. 33, Berlin

Event
In light of the current financial crisis, it has become more urgent than ever before to change and improve the way we do business. Economic practice is also a form of cultural practice - and one of particular interest. How has the relationship between economics and culture evolved historically? How does economic practice function in other contemporary cultures? And most importantly, what kind of economic world can and should we strive for in the future? These are some of the questions which leading economists, scholars and cultural artists will discuss at the event series “Cultures of Economics” to be held on three days in May and June 2010.

> Conference languages > German and English (with simultaneous translation)

Art programme
The artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski has developed a changing installation for each conference in the event series. Her work plays on the motif of “joss paper” which is burned at traditional Chinese ancestor worship ceremonies and New Year celebrations. Originally used as paper money, many people nowadays use joss paper to make life-size papier-mâché models of Western brand-name products. The artist has acquired copies of Western consumer goods from the Asian market and will present them here in a new context.

> Project website www.smigla-bobinski.com/kulturen-des-wirtschaftens

Film programme
The film curator Florian Wüst will present three short film programmes, each of which is based on the theme of the corresponding conference. The programme, comprised of historical and contemporary experimental, documentary, advertising and corporate promotional films, contrasts the thematic content of the conferences from an analytical or artistic-ironic perspective. The film programmes blend both the past and present, and fiction and reality, as they examine the economic reconstruction of post-war Europe, the industrial automation processes of the 20th century, changing ethical standards among managers, global labour conditions and the vision of a carbon-free future.

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Ticket hotline > +49 (0)30 - 288 788 588 or www.radialsystem.de
Information and contact > www.kulturen-des-wirtschaftens.de


DISCUSSION

three-part event series with art intervention


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Cultures of Economics is a three-part event series by the Federal Cultural Foundation in cooperation with the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich with an art intervention by Karina Smigla-Bobinski.

7 May 2010 > Insights - Marvellous Markets
4 June 2010 > Shifting Perspectives - Economics in Spite of Ourselves
25 June 2010 > New Vistas - Desire to Win!


Location > Radialsystem V, Holzmarktstr. 33, Berlin

Event
In light of the current financial crisis, it has become more urgent than ever before to change and improve the way we do business. Economic practice is also a form of cultural practice - and one of particular interest. How has the relationship between economics and culture evolved historically? How does economic practice function in other contemporary cultures? And most importantly, what kind of economic world can and should we strive for in the future? These are some of the questions which leading economists, scholars and cultural artists will discuss at the event series “Cultures of Economics” to be held on three days in May and June 2010.

> Conference languages > German and English (with simultaneous translation)

Art programme
The artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski has developed a changing installation for each conference in the event series. Her work plays on the motif of “joss paper” which is burned at traditional Chinese ancestor worship ceremonies and New Year celebrations. Originally used as paper money, many people nowadays use joss paper to make life-size papier-mâché models of Western brand-name products. The artist has acquired copies of Western consumer goods from the Asian market and will present them here in a new context.

> Project website www.smigla-bobinski.com/kulturen-des-wirtschaftens

Film programme
The film curator Florian Wüst will present three short film programmes, each of which is based on the theme of the corresponding conference. The programme, comprised of historical and contemporary experimental, documentary, advertising and corporate promotional films, contrasts the thematic content of the conferences from an analytical or artistic-ironic perspective. The film programmes blend both the past and present, and fiction and reality, as they examine the economic reconstruction of post-war Europe, the industrial automation processes of the 20th century, changing ethical standards among managers, global labour conditions and the vision of a carbon-free future.

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Ticket hotline > +49 (0)30 - 288 788 588 or www.radialsystem.de
Information and contact > www.kulturen-des-wirtschaftens.de

http://www.kulturstiftung-des-bundes.de/cms/en/sparten/wort\_und\_wissen/kulturen\_des\_wirtschaftens.html