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THE PROJECT OF THE MONTH (Sep/Dez 2014): »Time sharing«

 

 

"Time sharing", Lüneburg, May 2014.

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shareyourtime Website.

Time sharing – your way into GoodLife!
Maximilian Buhr, Katharina Domsch, Joana Klemz, Sarah Schmidt, Jennie Schüttler, Franziska Trenkler, Katharina vom Dahl

Wir werden dazu verleitet unsere Freizeit nur noch mit Einkaufen und mit dem Konsumieren materieller Dinge zu verbringen. Wie können wir einen Weg aus dem Konsumzwang finden? In welchen Umgebungen können wir uns jenseits der Konsumwelten noch begegnen? Wir möchten Menschen mit Ideen und neuen Begegnungen inspirieren ihre Zeit anders zu verbringen.

Wir wollen einen Weg aus der Konsumwelt zeigen, indem wir beispielsweise mit Kreide Signale zeichnen, die auf schöne Orte in der Stadt verweisen und darüber hinaus QR-Codes nutzen, die Interessierte auf unsere Website führen.

Mit unserer Website shareyourtime wollen wir für diejenigen eine Plattform schaffen, die ihre Zeit teilen oder ihre Zeit anderen schenken wollen.

Es ist Zeit, zu teilen!

 


People are seduced to spend their free time in the city center shopping and consuming material things. How can we find a way out of consumption? How to connect people with each other in environments beyond shopping centers? We want to inspire with ideas or companion.

We want to show a way out of consumption, by drawing signals for example made out of chalk that lead to nice places in the city and in addition QR-Codes to lead people to our website.

With our website shareyourtime we what to create a platform, for those who want to share their time or give it as a present to others.

It’s time to share!

 



Dieser Beitrag entstand aus dem Seminar "GoodLife_RealLAB – Connecting Potatoes, DJ-Practice, and Transition Research", das im SS 2014 an der Leuphana Universität stattfand.

This contribution arose from the seminar "GoodLife_RealLAB – Connecting Potatoes, DJ-Practice, and Transition Research", which was held at the Leuphana University, Lüneburg during the SS 2014.

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Maximilian Buhr, Katharina Domsch, Joana Klemz, Sarah Schmidt, Jennie Schüttler, Franziska Trenkler, Katharina vom Dahl - studieren an der Leuphana Universität in Lüneburg. Maximilian Buhr (Betriebswirtschaftlehre / Wirtschaftspsychologie), Katharina Domsch (Betriebswirtschaftlehre / E-Business), Joana Klemz (Betriebswirtschaftlehre / Rechtswissenschaften), Sarah Schmidt (Betriebswirtschaftlehre / E-Business), Jennie Schüttler (Wirtschaftspsychologie / Digitale Medien, Kulturinformatik), Franziska Trenkler (Betriebswirtschaftlehre / Wirtschaftspsychologie), Katharina vom Dahl (Betriebswirtschaftlehre / Wirtschaftspsychologie).

Maximilian Buhr, Katharina Domsch, Joana Klemz, Sarah Schmidt, Jennie Schüttler, Franziska Trenkler, Katharina vom Dahl - study at the Leuphana University in Lüneburg. Maximilian Buhr (Business Administration / Business Psychology), Catherine Domsch (Business Administration / E-Business), Joana Klemz (Business Administration / Law), Sarah Schmidt (Business Administration / E-Business), Jennie shaker (Business Psychology / Digital media, culture computer science), Franziska Trenkler (business Administration / business Psychology), Katharina from Dahl (Business Administration / business Psychology).

THE ARCHIVE PROJECTS and THEMES of the area of activity COOPERATING 2014



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September 2014

THE PROJECTS OF THE MONTH (Sep/Dez 2014):

»Mobile Festivals« Philip Baharlou, Nikolai Huckle, Yannik Leusch, David Nacke,
Luca Weege

How can the Good Life be shared in our city? The student group mapped accurately the urban space, which they had explored and recorded. An entertaining video presentation proofs the under-used sports facilities and public parks that they had discovered through direct observation in their dérive. This evidence was complemented with national statistics regarding sports facilities, and low support for local artists and musicians. The presentation gives a rich journey through their research problem, a transition approach to Buen Vivir related to urban commons, the expected positive social impact of revaluing unused public sports facilities, a proposal for future research, and the presentation of their mobile mini-festival project to revive these “lost spaces” of Lüneburg. more
This contribution arose from the seminar "GoodLife_RealLAB – Connecting Potatoes, DJ-Practice, and Transition Research", which was held at the Leuphana University, Lüneburg during the SS 2014.

»Time Sharing« Maximilian Buhr, Katharina Domsch, Joana Klemz, Sarah Schmidt, Jennie Schüttler, Franziska Trenkler, Katharina vom Dahl
How can we find a way out of consumption? How could we possibly share our time differently than endlessly consuming stuff? The student group developed a large body of evidence from direct observation and interviews during their dérive through Lüneburg. These are summarized in a short video presentation combined with performative elements such as raising text banners to emphasize conclusions. Their work includs artistic interventions in the city as a means of investigation and analysis of the city, and to generate and test a solution to the problem itself, which was to develop the way, or route out of consumption by good quality living. The expected social impact would address a change in consciousness and by sharing time in the community. more
This contribution arose from the seminar "GoodLife_RealLAB – Connecting Potatoes, DJ-Practice, and Transition Research", which was held at the Leuphana University, Lüneburg during the SS 2014.


Klangsport

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May 2014

THE PROJECT OF THE MONTH (May/Aug 2014): »K L A N G S P O R T. A transdisciplinary research approach to an acoustically-performative exploration of (indoor) sports.« Marina Sahnwaldt

The starting point of this journey is a space between sports and movement: the ambient noise of (indoor) sports. The synergies resulting from the combination of sports and music, have a wide range of trans-disciplinary approaches to research and application areas. The various stages of this expedition unfold an exciting field of experimentation and a wide scope for creation, both in practical artistic as well as inthe theoretical discourse. The results of the journey established a new format: KLANGSPORT. more

This contribution arose from the seminar "Research arts - Research at the interface of art, science and technology", which was held at the Leuphana University, Lüneburg in WS/2013-14.


THE THEME OF THE MONTH (May/Aug 2014):
»Kunst und Wissenschaft. Wo Felder kollidieren - Scienceville, Santral und die Hybrid Plattform.« Annika HIntz
The interaction of art and science has expanded increasingly, especially since the last decade: inter-and transdisciplinary projects, conferences, seminars, lectures, and publications can be reported all over. They have made ??it their task to illuminate and identify interactions and convergences of disciplines, commonly perceived as disparate. Art and Science "collide" in multiple projects that have an impact beyond the university. A selection of current spaces of collaboration between art and science are presented that encourage participation. more

This contribution arose from the seminar "Research arts - Research at the interface of art, science and technology", which was held at the Leuphana University, Lüneburg in WS/2013-14.

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January 2014

THE THEME AND THE PROJECT OF THE MONTH (Jan/Apr 2014):

»KIBLIX – CELEBRATE TOMORROW! The history of KIBLIX Art Science Technology Festival«. Dejan Pestotnik
Since 2002 Association for Culture and Education (ACE) KIBLA, Maribor, Slovenia is gradually transforming the international, technically oriented open code event platform KIBLIX into a domain of celebration of art & science & technology with the strong focus on education, hands-on creation, collaboration and sharing of knowledge. more

»Reflections on Kiblix-IFCA 2013 Kooperation«. Tanja Grossman
The task how to go beyond the complexity of questions raised at Kiblix 2012 in the year of the European Capital Of Culture Maribor 2012 was not easy. How to go beyond? How to represent relevant up-to-date content raising awareness, informing, educating, developing non-formal conceptions as “Workshopology” - and in a strictly open coded way? The solution was found joining forces with the IFCA (International Festival of Computor Arts). more

»From RAABLAB online interfaces to local offline cooperation: the interdisciplinary REVALUING MEMORY workshops at MRFU-KIBLIX2013 Festival«. Dan Norton and Stella Veciana.
The REVALUING MEMORY workshops are a developing series of workshops bringing together artists and scientists to explore interaction techniques for connected art practice. The workshop at the »Kiblix Art Science Technology Festival« was based around research practices represented by objects and the simple creative behaviours of selecting and mixing to build connectivity: from object art to connected art. more

»KARTOFFELKONZERT AUF PIEZO-BEEPER. A reflection on artistic practice.« Tomaž Grušovnik. more


THE ARCHIVE PROJECTS and THEMES of the area of activity COOPERATING 2013

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January 2013

THE THEME OF THE MONTH (Jan/Apr 2013): »Low-tech« versus »high-tech« cooperation: the politically charged potatoes of Víctor Grippo and the controversial BMW Guggenheim Lab Berlin. Stella Veciana

In the seventies, the Argentine chemist and artist Victor Grippo developed a number of »low-tech experiments« using potatoes as an energy crop. With the choice of potatoes, he questioned the underlying social, political, historical, scientific and technological contexts of his energy-related experiments. Today the issues and »low-tech models« he raised are still relevant, especially regarding how international research cooperation between industrialized, emerging and developing countries should function. more


S&TApril 2013

THE PROJECT OF THE MONTH (Mai/Aug 2013): »New contents and forms of scientific communication: the Science & Theatre project«. Prof. Regine Hengge. Science & Theatre is a trans-disciplinary project at the cross-roads between natural sciences and art. Project partners are the microbiologist Prof. Regine Hengge from the Institute of Biology at the Free University of Berlin, and the theatre and artistic director of the English Theatre Berlin, Günther Grosser. Science & Theatre introduces young scientists to the social and ethical aspects of science, prepares them for their future responsibilities as science communicators, explores the theater stage as a new form of scientific communication, and develops new and current contents for the contemporary theatre in Germany within the context of ‘Science Plays’. Science & Theatre views itself as a social laboratory where the conditions and opportunities for creativity and communication are examined as a long-term transdisciplinary project. (German) more



 

 

 

 

September 2013

THE PROJECT OF THE MONTH (Sep/Dez 2013): »The Textimage ERANOS DIALOG«. Christiane ten Hoevel and Stella Veciana.

The article presents the ERANOS DIALOG as a stimulating dialogue format for the development of inter / transdisciplinary projects. Eranos in ancient Greece was originally a friends’ banquet where everyone contributed food. In a figurative sense, today Eranos is a mental feast, where the guests share, for example, a speech, a song, a drawing or their openness to improvise at joint talks and discussions. Out of the shared experience of the ERANOS DIALOGUE, Christiane ten Hoevel and Stella Veciana developed together an experimental »text image«.
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