Corenighthike Mursat

RENI & JOGI HOFMÜLLER (AUT)

Wed, Novem­ber 20th 2013, 20:15
quitch, Unte­re Donau­län­de 10, Linz

To the solid core of the ser­vus-com­mu­ni­ty belong nume­rous artists and crea­ti­ves. With “CoreNight­Hi­kes” ser­vus asks, what tho­se more clo­se­ly invol­ved and the com­mu­ni­ty are actual­ly con­cer­ned about.

On Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 20th 2013, ser­vus & qujOchÖ invi­te CORENIGHTHIKE MURSAT into the quitch. May­be the pro­ject group around the MURSAT will send a self-built satel­li­te to space soon? The pro­ject star­ted with the first avail­ab­le satel­li­te assem­bly kit from Inter­or­bi­tal Sys­tems. In many respects, accord­ing to the prot­ago­nists of the pro­ject, the situa­ti­on nowa­days is simi­lar to the late 1980s and ear­ly 1990s when access to the inter­net got con­s­i­der­ab­ly easier in the slipstream of the first boom. Back then many artists immer­sed into digi­tal worlds and made their first steps in the WWW. The chal­len­ge lay and lies in explo­ring new spaces and exami­ne them on their cha­rac­te­ris­tics.

sat.mur.at
core.servus.at/content/servus-corenighthike-quitch-mursat

(Pho­tos: qujOchÖ)