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netzspannung.org

E-TEACHING PLATFORM AND ONLINE ARCHIVE FOR MEDIA ART

netzspannung.org is a platform for interactive art and media art education. Netzspannung.org has been online since 2001, and defines itself as a tool for researching, reflecting upon, and imparting electronic culture. The platform for the [link 01] theory and practice of media art offers over 2,500 work descriptions, texts, images and videos for the purpose of interdisciplinary education in [link 02] art, [link 03] design and [link 04] informatics. Every month, between 100,000 and 150,000 international visitors take advantage of the cost-free access to over 200 hours of [link 05] lectures and [link 06] experimental teaching and learning modules for schools and universities.

Videos about netzspannung.org


netzspannung.org - online archive for media art and digital culture (2005) [link 07] [Real Media | 3,33 min.]
netzspannung.org - Internet platform for media art, media theory, media technology (2003) [link 08] [Real Media | 3,33 min.]

Thematic Content Areas


The focus of netzspannung.org lies on interactive media art in the context of interdisciplinary [link 09] artistic research, [link 10] archiving and [link 11] publication, as well as in the participation of the digital media [link 12] community. Netzspannung.org includes editorial and open channels. Peer-reviewed content, editorial contributions and user contributions generated a growing pool of information in the period of 2001-2009. Media Artists from around the world use the platform through an integrated [link 13] translation tool.

[link 14] MEDIA ART RESEARCH
Work- and project presentations on topics such as [link 15] Explore Information, [link 16] Cultural Heritage, [link 17] Digital Transformations, Artist- [link 18] Games (2004-05)

[link 19] TELE-LECTURES
Video documentaries, lectures and discussions by reknowned artists and scientists (2001-05)

[link 20] DIGITAL SPARKS
The academic competition provides an insight into the teaching of digital media at universities in Germany, Austria, Switzerland. (2001-08)

[link 21] LERNEN & LEHREN
Teaching models for teaching with digital media in schools and universities (2001-07)

[link 22] NETZKOLLEKTOR
An open channel to publish your own projects and events (2004-09)

[link 23] E-CULTURE
Transfer of new technologies in everyday culture, art, science and industry (2005-09)

Interfaces and Data Performers


Netzspannung.org connects structure and content of the archive with innovative interfaces and navigation tools. Navigation through data space is supported by [link 24] Semantic Maps. The [link 25] Media Flow orchestrates the database as a stream of images and terms: The archive talks back. Classic search with the Archive Browser is complemented by intuitive tools for finding and discovering knowledge. The statistic tool [link 26] Most Wanted shows the most frequently viewed documents of the platform.

IMPORTANT PROJECTS (1998-2009)
[link 27] CAT Studie, [link 28] Memoria Futura Symposium, Conference [link 29] CAST01 - Living in Mixed Realities, Transferlab [link 30] eCulture Factory, Veranstaltung [link 31] eCulture Trends, Exhibition [link 32] netzspannung.org Performing the Archive, Competition [link 33] Digital Sparks, [link 34] Medienfluss Browser. [link 35] Digital Transformations (2004) is a reader with over 50 contributions from reknowned authors on interactive media art and its potential for innovation in education, business and science.

Awards


Netzspannung.org has received a number of [link 36] awards, excellent as a [link 37] place of ideas (2010) and as [link 38] eTeaching platform (2006); the [link 39] IF Communication Design Award for Media Flow (2007) and the [link 40] Medidaprix Audience Award for the Learning area (2005); the [link 41] Semantic Map as a product of the future (2007) and with the ZKM | Media(art)-Award for Science and Art (2005).

Authors, Partners, Funding


Netzspannung.org was developed by the [link 42] MARS Exploratory Media Lab of the [link 43] Fraunhofer IAIS under the direction of artists and scientists [link 44] Monika Fleischmann and [link 45] Wolfgang Strauss.
[link 46] Partner were [link 47] authors, [link 48] academics, [link 49] media-art institutions, [link 50] museums, the [link 51] KUBIM project, the [link 52] Burda Academy and other [link 53] publishers.
Sponsors of netzspannung.org were the [link 54] BMBF: Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the Senator for Economy and Ports Bremen and the Fraunhofer Society. More about the [link 55] evolution of netzspannung.org (1998 2009).
As of 2010, the action radius of netzspannung.org widens through cooperation with an exhibition space, the [link 56] ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe.

Contact


contact [at] netzspannung.org
Liste der Links in der Seite:

[link 01]http://netzspannung.org/media-art/en
[link 02]http://netzspannung.org/digital-sparks/08/award/en
[link 03]http://netzspannung.org/learning/iswdh/en
[link 04]http://netzspannung.org/learning/codekit/en
[link 05]http://netzspannung.org/tele-lectures/en
[link 06]http://netzspannung.org/learning/en
[link 07]http://netzspannung.org/video/netzspannung/english.rm
[link 08]http://netzspannung.org/video/mars/netzspannung_en.rm
[link 09]http://netzspannung.org/media-art/topics/en
[link 10]http://netzspannung.org/archive/en
[link 11]http://netzspannung.org/about/mars/publications/en
[link 12]http://netzspannung.org/netzkollektor/?lang=en
[link 13]http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http://netzspannung.org/learning/&langpa
ir=en%7Cde
[link 14]http://netzspannung.org/media-art/en
[link 15]http://netzspannung.org/media-art/topics/explore-information/en
[link 16]http://netzspannung.org/media-art/topics/cultural-heritage/en
[link 17]http://netzspannung.org/media-art/publications/digital-transformations/en
[link 18]http://netzspannung.org/media-art/exhibitions/games/en
[link 19]http://netzspannung.org/tele-lectures/en
[link 20]http://netzspannung.org/digital-sparks/en
[link 21]http://netzspannung.org/learning/en
[link 22]http://netzspannung.org/netzkollektor/en
[link 23]http://netzspannung.org/eculture/en
[link 24]http://netzspannung.org/about/tools/
[link 25]http://netzspannung.org/database/372947/en
[link 26]http://netzspannung.org/tools/most-wanted/
[link 27]http://netzspannung.org/version1/journal/issue0/cat-history/index.html
[link 28]http://netzspannung.org/database/215027/de
[link 29]http://netzspannung.org/version1/cast01/
[link 30]http://www.eculturefactory.de/
[link 31]http://netzspannung.org/eculture/trends06/
[link 32]http://www02.zkm.de/youser/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=73
[link 33]http://netzspannung.org/digital-sparks/en
[link 34]http://medienfluss.netzspannung.org/index.html
[link 35]http://netzspannung.org/media-art/publications/digital-transformations/
[link 36]http://netzspannung.org/about/news/awards/en
[link 37]http://www.db.com/ldi/de/content/5577.htm
[link 38]http://www.e-teaching.org/praxis/referenzbeispiele/netzspannung
[link 39]http://www.ifdesign.de/beitragsdetails_d.html?offset=19&sprache=0&award_id=132&b
eitrag_id=32804
[link 40]http://www.medidaprix.org/mdd_2005/gewinnerframe.html
[link 41]http://netzspannung.org/database/semantic-map/
[link 42]http://netzspannung.org/about/mars/en
[link 43]http://netzspannung.org/about/mars/projects/en
[link 44]http://fleischmann-strauss.de/monika-fleischmann.html
[link 45]http://fleischmann-strauss.de/wolfgang-strauss.html
[link 46]http://netzspannung.org/about/partnerships/en
[link 47]http://netzspannung.org/archive/browser/en
[link 48]http://netzspannung.org/tele-lectures/en
[link 49]http://netzspannung.org/media-art/exhibitions/games/en
[link 50]http://netzspannung.org/cat/servlet/CatServlet?cmd=netzkollektor&subCommand=showEntry&entryId=377391&la
ng=en
[link 51]http://netzspannung.org/learning/en
[link 52]http://netzspannung.org/tele-lectures/series/iconic-turn/en
[link 53]http://netzspannung.org/media-art/publications/digital-transformations/en
[link 54]http://www.bmbf.de/en/index.php
[link 55]http://netzspannung.org/learning/index.xsp?lang=en
[link 56]http://on1.zkm.de/zkm/e/