Title: Collaboration models in Big South Lab Author(s): Anne Nigten, Lars Kynde, Andreas Zingerle, Tyler Freeman Email: anne(at)patchingzone.com, larskynde(at)hotmail.com, andreas.zingerle(at)ufg.ac.at, tyler(at)odbol.com Published at: ISEA conference 2011, Istanbul, Turkey. Abstract: This paper highlights the co-creation processes of two electronic art and design works in the Big South Lab; the VJacket coordinated by Andreas Zingerle and
Title: Enabling the VJ as performer with rhytmic wearable Interfaces Author(s): Andreas Zingerle, Tyler Freeman Email: andreas.zingerle (at) ufg.ac.at, firstname.lastname@example.org Published at: ISEA conference 2011, Istanbul, Turkey. Abstract: The VJacket is a wearable controller for live video performance. It is worn by the performer or visual artist to control video effects and transitions, trigger
My work has been presented at several academic conferences, festivals, museums and galleries in Europe, Asia, Australia, North and South America. Documentation of activities is available in several formats: ‣ Blog post on KairUs.org (Archive) ‣ Program/Catalog ‣ Book/Paper/Poster publication ‣ Presentation/Slides 2023 ‣ ELEVATE Festival, Graz/Austria. ‣ MORE THAN MEETS
Books ‣ Kronman, L., Zingerle, A. “The Internet of other people’s things“, servus.at, December 2018 ‣ Kronman, L., Zingerle, A. “Behind the Smart World“, servus.at, January 2016 ‣ Kronman, L., Zingerle, A. “Testrun Revolution“, November 2012. ‣ Kronman, L., Zingerle, A. “Opening museums – New Interaction Methods for future museum experiences“, ISBN 978-1-4710-1530-4. January 2012.
‘Testrun revolution’ documents folkloristic festivals where the ritual of “throwing things” at each other has a central role in the act of the celebrations. Normally, this would be considered as an aggressive attack to someone, but for the time of the festivity it transforms to a playful and fun activity that most people enjoy. The
Andreas Zingerle, PhD
Designer, Researcher, Lecturer
‘KAIRUS Art+Research’ with Linda Kronman