Artist Talk with OMSK Social Club and Paul Feigelfeld 

Wed, 07/06/2023, 6 pm

On the day after the opening of T(( ))mb, you will have the chance to dive deeper into the background of OMSK Social Club's latest work, produced especially for Kunstraum Niederoesterreich: The collective will talk to Paul Feigelfeld, Professor for Cultures of Knowledge in the Digital Age at the Braunschweig University of Fine Arts, discussing various aspects of the exhibition T(( ))mb in the context of their artistic practice, but also with a view to current discourses on digitality and politics.

OMSK Social Club is a Berlin-based collective founded in 2016. Their immersive practice focuses on the creation of shared experiences and speculative fictions. In their works, they devise alternative modes of perception and encounter, from traditional observation to more pervasive durational experiences, which they call “real game plays.” These living installations weave virtual egos, pop cultural and political phenomena into dematerialized hybrids of contemporary culture and the participants’ personal interpretations.

Paul Feigelfeld holds the professorship for Cultures of Knowledge in the Digital Age at the Institute for Design Research at the Braunschweig University of the Arts and teaches at the University of Basel. He studied Cultural Studies and Computer Science at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Until his death in 2011, he was assistant to Friedrich Kittler at the Chair for Aesthetics and History of Media. In 2019, he was the guest curator of Vienna Biennale with the exhibition „Uncanny Values. Artificial Intelligence & you“ at MAK - Museum for Applied Arts Vienna. His current exhibition „Love Letters“ is on view at Gabriele Senn Galerie.

We look forward to seeing you!

Please register HEREThe talk will be held in English. 


Learn more about OMSK Social Club’s exhibition here.

Duration: 07/06/2023 – 29/07/2023          
Artists: OMSK Social Club
Curatorial support: Frederike Sperling


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