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51.
PIXXELPOINT20: PREVERJENA RESNIČNOST / CHECKED REALITY
Abrahamsberg Aljoša, radio or television broadcast

Abstract: V intervjuju s kuratorjem festivala sodobnih umetniških praks PIxxelpoint 2019 so prikazana tudi ključna dela in procesi te jubilejne , dvajsete festivalske edicije. Dolžina, 11 minut, 47 sekund. Produkcija RX:TX, GO TV, Abrahamsbergs. Serija: SODOBNA UMETNOST.
Keywords: pixxelpoint, festival, sodobna, medijska, umetnost, intermedijski, teorija, kritika
Published: 12.10.2020; Views: 80; Downloads: 0
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Orographic gravity waves in OH-airglow imaging systems
Samo Stanič, Carsten Schmidt, Patrick Hannawald, Rene Sedlak, Jonas Till, Sabine Wuest, Michael Bittner, 2020, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: Atmospheric dynamics is strongly influenced by waves on different scales. Airflow over mountains can lead to all kinds of atmospheric waves, planetary and gravity waves as well as infrasound. Under certain circumstances these waves can propagate through the atmosphere and lead to a re- distribution of energy. In the case of gravity waves, a stably stratified atmosphere is a mandatory requirement for their generation and vertical propagation. Additionally, the vertical propagation depends on the horizontal wind field. In the Alpine and pre-Alpine region, we currently operate five OH-airglow imaging systems, which allow the investigation of orographic gravity waves. Depending on tropo-, strato- and mesospheric wind and temperature, it is checked which wavelengths can propagate into the fields of view of our instruments. This is done for a whole year in order to take into account annual and semi- annual cycles in wind and temperature. Concerning the generation of gravity waves, we put our focus on our OH-airglow imager (FAIM) deployed at Otlica (45.9°N, 13.9°E), Slovenia. Here, we also have additional measurements of an OH-airglow spectrometer (GRIPS). In case studies, we investigate whether strong wind events (Bora) lead to strong gravity waves activity or enhanced potential energy density.
Keywords: Orographic gravity waves, Bora, Otlica, Slovenia, OH-airglow imaging
Published: 08.10.2020; Views: 132; Downloads: 0
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Organisation of regional HUBs for disruptive innovation / DIVA - development of the innovation ecosystem and value chains: support of cross border innovation through creative industries
Peter Purg, other performed works

Abstract: A coordinated training programme for a 2-day + 20-hour online trianing programme in the DIVA project.
Keywords: training, interdisciplinary, ecosystem, art, design, industry
Published: 08.10.2020; Views: 141; Downloads: 0
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MAST Education and Policy Workshop
other performed works

Abstract: he key aim was to discuss the potentials of the Art-Science-Technology blend in higher education for pedagogy, research and especially radical innovation. The workshop identified assets among the participants, apply them to discerned needs and opportunities, in order to prototype both formal and non-formal implementation formats for a common European future in A-S-T education. The workshop included primarily academics as well as policy-makers, including the student's view and employers from a broad range of CCIs including the NGO sector. The workshop explored the viability of policy support and potential change to instigate a positive integration of the A-S-T innovation methodology. SPEAKERS: Peter Friess – Future Media, Social Network Innovation, Science-Technology-Arts / Media Policy, European Commission, DG Connect, Brussels, Belgium Sanja M. Bojanič – University of Rijeka, Academy of Applied Arts, professor and vice-dean, executive director of CAS SEE, Croatia Christophe De Jaeger – Director GLUON, BOZAR Programme Manager BOZAR Art & Research, Brussels, Belgium Jana Javornik – Director at the Higher Education Directorate, Ministry of Education, Science and Sport, Slovenia Olivera B. Sretenovič – University of Arts in Belgrade, Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade, Serbia Sašo Sedlaček – Vice-dean for R&D at Academy of Fine Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Peter Purg – MAST project lead, University of Nova Gorica School of Arts, Slovenia (workshop moderator) Facilitated by prof. Peter Purg, PhD, Akademija umetnosti Univerze v Novi Gorici Location: Live on Mast Facebook page from Kersnikova Institute, Ljubljana
Keywords: education, policy, innovation, art, science, technology, European
Published: 08.10.2020; Views: 130; Downloads: 0
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MAST CHALLENGE LAB DISCUSSION
Jurij V. Krpan, Peter Purg, Sergi Badia, di, Simon Mokorel, other performed works

Abstract: The Challenge Lab discussion delved into the concept of the Situation Room – a setting within which an interdisciplinary group, interested in taking part in an innovation process is put in front of a challenge – to provide a technological innovation, an application of a technological innovation in the society, or a social innovation. Such process is to be facilitated by an “innovation catalyst”, a professional profile which is being built through AST study modules, such as MAST. The discussion gives a deeper insight of the terms such as: challenge lab, innovation catalyst, and art thinking. SPEAKERS Simon Mokorel – Project Designer and Design Engineer Jurij Krpan – Art Director at Kersnikova Institute Sergi Bermudez i Badia – Professor at Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute Peter Purg – Assoc. Prof. PhD, University of Nova Gorica School of Arts, MAST project lead
Keywords: challenge, laboratory, lab, innovation, experiment, industry
Published: 08.10.2020; Views: 190; Downloads: 0
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Exploring innovation challenges through Art, Science and Technology
Tere Badia, Peter Purg, Vivianne Hoffman, Michela Magas, Marko Peljhan, unpublished conference contribution

Abstract: The goal of the panel discussion was to bring together policy makers, artists and academics, to debate about the interdisciplinary challenges of open innovation in the interface of the Arts, Sciences and Technologies. Artists and designers shape another relationship between science, technology, and human beings, this dialogue stimulates innovation centred on transversal competencies and unconventional thinking. The combination of artistic research and participatory design strategies is key to find divergent approaches to sustainable development of science and technology, and to transform their social and economic impact. It is necessary to create a context of possibility for the development of skills, knowledge and tools from experimental and collaborative environments, as well as research methods in art, social sciences, sciences and technology, and cultural studies. The discussion focussed on critical, ethical and sustainable ways of cross-collaboration between art-science-technology and the available and needed policy instruments to develop collaboration between artists, academia and industry. Participating speakers: Viviane Hoffman – Deputy Director-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture, European Commission Barbara Stacher – European Commission, DG EAC, Cultural Policy Unit Michela Magas – Innovation catalyst who bridges the worlds of science and art, design and technology, more Marko Peljhan – Media artist, professor and entrepreneur – new media arts and technology, more Peter Purg – Assoc. Prof. PhD, University of Nova Gorica School of Arts, MAST project leader Moderated by: Tere Badia, Culture Action Europe
Keywords: hybrid, academy, symposium, art, innovation, science, technology, europe
Published: 08.10.2020; Views: 139; Downloads: 0
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MAST Hybrid IA showcase
Peter Purg, Simon Gmajner, exhibition

Abstract: This video takes you on a tour through the minimalist "Hybrid IA" exhibition at Kersnikova Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia (September 22-23, 2020), touching upon some key events and ideas of the MASTmodule-eu project. Presented by dr. pETER Purg, University of Nova Gorica, MAST project lead; and Simon Gmajner, Kersnikova Instite ((half-minute teaser at https://vimeo.com/460459703))
Keywords: mast, interdisciplinary, art, science, technology, showcase
Published: 08.10.2020; Views: 127; Downloads: 0
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ctrl STORIES: MAST project
Peter Purg, unpublished conference contribution

Keywords: project, MAST, story, interdisiplinary
Published: 08.10.2020; Views: 141; Downloads: 0
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INNOVATION ON ARTISTIC TERMS – DEVELOPING A TOOLBOX TO TEACH AND INSPIRE FOR SOCIAL PROGRESS THROUGH INTERACTIONS OF ART, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Peter Purg, 2019, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: Subject: This conference contribution shall discuss a specific process of curriculum development that seeks to teach (across) artistic disciplines for future-oriented innovation, and on artistic terms. On the background of the Social Europe agenda, MAST project is developing such a master module that would offer to all stakeholders in the educational model, including both industrial and social enterprises, an eye-level and deep engagement with one another. Aims: In the case of MAST, the applied function of artistic practice in the currently trendy model of blending Art, Science and Technology for Innovation, is not only critically reflected, but also positively articulated to improve the quality of life and offer sustainable yet still techno-optimistic models for both the industry, and the everyday. Surpassing the 'Silicon-Valley‘ modelled technical culture that in its deep structures principally opposes the social cohesion in both the national and local, as well as a global sense, MAST promotes a clear European vision as well as academic practice that aims to succeed in integrating the values of social equity and fair labour into the entire chain of technology creation, including its everyday use and education. Studies agree [1] that Europe is hamstrung by the tension between regressive technological ideology and what this project considers to be essential European social values of its creative media (incl. ICT) practitioners and their communities. If the world is to develop positively, it needs such media and applied arts or design creators that will be able to consider the social costs, as well as implications of humanity, within a design as readily as they can do that with power, efficiency or the ergonomic aspects of a design or prototype! Thus the MAST module [2] will attempt to develop an academic profile of an 'innovation catalyst', a graduate who should not only be able and empowered to switch between, but also meaningfully translate different languages that currently hamper the Babylonian collaborative practices in the fields of applied arts, especially when crossing with science. The MAST project thus also develops a toolbox along with a coherent methodology that this new profile will not only liberally browse through – but also be fit to innovate within, develop new, (as if) ad-hoc combinations of artistic and design thinking approaches and custom-made tools, or creative concepts alike. Methods: Mostly in a descriptive way, the present contribution shall discuss the ideological backgrround ranging from euphoric to pessimistic (if not phobic) relationship of the arts (including design) with the ('hard') sciences, and the ('high') technologies. It shall also not circumvent the issues around teaching and learning methodology to be applied in the much hyped cross sector among art, science and (high) technology. More critically, the discussion shall then delve into the paradox of how progressive Social Europe agenda values can be coded into innovations, as well as how social groups and movements may use media and (high) technology to forward these values promoted by the current progressive political discourse – and against some openly regressive tendencies of the current moment. In a practice-based yet critically moderated master study curriculum that is currently being piloted, MAST seeks to bring together experts from different fields of science and technology to learn how to understand artists (i.e. their poetical, metaphysical, philosophical and ethical premises) and translate these divergent ideas into possible solutions that may reach all the way from industry-oriented innovative technologies to social innovation. Along the way of developing efficient solutions to meaningful challenges in the realm of technological innovation, the growing MAST community continues to explore how key choices in art, design, and technology can help or harm a virtuous circle of progressive European social values. Among many other policies, documents, proclamations and practices on both European and national as well as local and non-governmental levels, these values are perhaps best reflected in the current European Pillar of Social Rights [3] that is about delivering new and more effective work-related rights for citizens, built upon 20 key principles along the chapter of Equal opportunities and access to the labour market; Fair working conditions; as well as Social protection and inclusion. Results: The contribution will present the interim results of the MAST project that will have arrived half way (2018 – 2020) at the point of the Conference event, attempting at a first holistic assessment of its impacts and potentials. This may be particularly necessary after a full academic cycle will have been finished: it included a challenge to the topic of 'The Future of Work“ [2] as well as a series of six intensive workshops at different locations and institutions across Europe. The creative concepts that were brought to the Nova Gorica, Slovenia 'FUTURE.HUMAN@WORK' event from the November 2018 workshop on 'Progressive Product Prototyping' in Funchal, Portugal were further iterated at the events in Graz ('Algorithmic Spatial Studies'), Austria, and then in Ljubljana, Slovenia ('Work Without Humans'), to be eventually evaluated, jointly reflected and prepared for the next academic year in the Rijeka, Croatia “Interfacing Academy” event due in July 2019. The underlying assumption so far is that the future of (electronically supported, digitally dominated) work should belong to (or at least be championed by) profiles who are able to think about future independently and freely, in trans-disciplinary manner, inserting and transforming existing solutions and products into new scenarios. These should then be transferred to industry realms, ranging from Cultural and Creative Sectors to high technologies, and not least social services. As an innovation catalyst, the MAST graduate should act as coordinator and integrator in these realms, remaining in positive (if not utterly creative) control over her or his (our common!) digital tools and electronic platforms, both virtual and analogue. This multi-skilled and cross-knowledgeable person competently switches among different professional realms, interconnects and develops new paradigms, finds unconventional, art-thinking based solutions, as well as provides necessary translations among essentially different realms. Innovation shall be considered in its transformative potential in both social and technical realms, preferably combining both – and yet foremost technological progress is to be applied in the interest of a truly future-oriented, ecologically and culturally balanced [4] social reform.
Keywords: innovation, art thinking, curriculum, master, interdisciplinary, social
Published: 08.10.2020; Views: 136; Downloads: 0
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