CityCluster Exhibited at Ars Electronica Festival 2003

Participants: Alex Hill, Franz Fischnaller

Institutions: F.A.B.R.I.CATORS (Milan, Italy)


AEC Museum of the Future, Linz, Austria

The collaborative virtual artwork CityiCluster “From the Renaissance to the Gigabits Networking Age” by Franz Fischnaller, will be exhibit at Ars Electronica Festival 2003, CODE - the Language of Our Time, AEC Museum of the Future, Linz, Austria, September 6 -11 2003.

“CODE - the Language of our Time” is the theme of Ars Electronica 2003, an encounter with digital codes role within and influence upon art and society. Three thematic domains-Code=Law, Code=Art, Code=Life - provide a framework for this artistic, political and scientific confrontation with core issues.
- Dr. Christine Schoepf and Gerfried Stocker

CityCluster is a virtual-reality networking matrix - a creative, high-tech container with original technological features, navigation, interactivity and graphical content. Multiple environments (or cities - both real and imagined) coexist through a common virtual territory, interconnected via high-speed networking, which enable remote participants to interact and collaborate in the shared ‘city’ spaces of Florence and Chicago.


Date: September 6, 2003 - September 11, 2003
F. Fischnaller, EVL

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