Is complete immersion in a virtual world a utopia or a dystopia? These and other questions are answered by Prof. Rupert-Kruse, immersion researcher, in an interview with the SCHIRN MAG.
Lauren McCarthy is an artist, programmer and lecturer in Los Angeles. In our SCHIRN MAG interview she talks about the allure of being watched and the utopian possibilities of social media.
Frankfurt-based musician Casey Keth has an unbelievable musical frame of reference and likes to perform on an equal footing with his audience. He can be seen live on September 6 at SCHIRN SUMMER HANGOUTS.
She has transformed songwriting into experimental pop, testing the boundaries of this traditional genre: An interview with Sophia Kennedy, who will be appearing live at the SCHIRN SUMMER HANGOUTS.
We interview Max Hollein about the Summer of Love in San Francisco, the counterculture of the West Coast and its impacts on Silicon Valley.
This year, artist Neil Beloufa presented his second movie, entitled “Occidental”. In this interview he talks about the authority of the White Cube and why he is not interested in the question of veracity.
Frankfurt-based peace researchers Nicole Deitelhoff and Christopher Daase discuss war, peace and the many shades in between.
The photographer and Instagrammer Belinda Tellez from Venezuela was enthusiastic about tales like Alice in Wonderland ever since she was a child. Today she tells her own imaginative surreal stories.
New York artist Ryan McNamara processes phenomena of the digital world in his performances and danced a Gif at the SCHIRN. An interview on SCHIRN MAGAZINE