Relationality in VR


Marie-Laure Cazin: Freud’s Last Hypnosis, 25 min, VR

Simon de Diesbach: Incidence, 1:30 min, Video

Jörg Hurschler: Anatomy Lessons, Sculpture, Computers + 3D-Animations

Oliver Sahli: Performative Player (Compilation), VR

Pia Tikka: The State of Darkness 2.0, WiP, 6 min, VR

Hana Yoo: Splendour in the grass, 17 min, Video

Ludwig Zeller: OpenSoundLab, MR, Live Demonstration


Artists in the Exhibition:

Hana Yoo is interested in investigating the collective anxiety and transcendental experiences, formulated from the natural-artificial process of reversing perspective. Working in film and multimedia installation, she engages with the allegory of nature and technological appropriation in the context of human-environment transformation and reconstructs them through storytelling. Her works have been shown internationally at museums and festivals including the Fotomuseum (Winterthur, CH), European Media Art Festival (EMAF, DE), and Busan International Video Art Festival (Busan, KR) among others. In 2022, she was awarded the Berlin Art Prize. https://yoohana.net/

Simon de Diesbach is an artist and research associate at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts. Simon completed the MA Film at HSLU and co-founded the production company Vise Haut Studio. His experimental animation film “Limits” (2022) uses 3D laser scanning and motion capture technologies, and is currently being screened at Film Festivals worldwide: Locarno (CH), Ars Electronica (AT), Anima (BE), Tampere (FI), Ann Arbor (US). Theoretical and practical research on new technological and aesthetic approaches are major interests of him. Simon de Diesbach regularly gives workshops in animation and design in various art Swiss schools and universities. https://simondediesba.ch/

Jörg Hurschler lives between Paris, Zurich, and the virtual space. He creates digital worlds between organic forms and systematic structures. He is interested in questions about the relationship between humans and machines and their interactions and dependencies on the respective worlds they inhabit. Recently, Jörg graduated from the MA Film, HSLU. His work has been shown internationally including Kunstmuseum Luzern (CH), Rote Fabrik, Zürich (CH), Espace Voltaire and Studio Otto, Paris (FR).  https://joerghurschler.com/

More biographical information on the other artists/researchers in the section Abstracts