MoTA – Museum of Transitory Art is a unique platform for research and production of Transitory Art. It examines ideas of museum today and in thefuture – which forms can it take and what roles does or should it have. Transitory Art means the convergence of contemporary and new media art. Withvariety of media, tools or concepts it questions forms and contents in relation tospace and time. MoTA is a museum without physical space and its programs are realised indifferent locations and contexts, both in material and virtual space. All the activities of MoTA reflect constant research of art and its production and representation conditions. Every artist, researcher or institution is conceivedas an equal partner, all together aiming at over-passing social differences and exclusive modes of working.

  • Breda Bizjak (HR/SI)
  • Nikola Uzunovski (MK)
  • Nataša Bodrožić (HR)
  • Architecture of sound/Sound of architecture
  • Martin Reiche (DE)
  • Julien Bayle (FR)
  • Janez Križaj (SI)
  • NIKOLA UZUNOVSKI (mk)
  • JULIEN BAYLE (fr)
  • BOJANA PETKOVIĆ (rs)
  • Druga godba and ArtistTalk
  • CHARLEMAGNE PALESTINE (us)
  • Andrea Centazzo (us)
  • ArtisttTalk presents ANDREA CENTAZZO (us)
  • Martin Messier (ca)
  • Nils Frahm (de) – Interview at Dimensions Festival 2014
  • Juuso Koponen (fi)
  • Marco Steinberg (fi)
  • Heikki Rajasalo (fi)
  • Lauri Repokari (fi)
  • Lauri Repokari (fi)
  • Kalevi Ekman (fi)
  • Design Biotop
  • Jan Vormann (de)
  • Nik Nowak (de)
  • Gabey Tjon A Tham (nl)
  • Katja Perat (si)
  • Jason Lescalleet (us)
  • Shigeto (us)
  • Azahara Cerezo (es)
  • Hrvoje Hiršl (cr)
  • Markus Jeschaunig (at)
  • Régine Debatty (be)
  • Sabin Bors (ro)
  • Szilvia Nagy (hu)
  • Amelia Andersdotter (se)
  • Markus Schmidt
  • Anouk Wipprecht (nl)
  • Johannes Grenzfurthner (at)
  • Emanuel Andel (au)
  • Simon Katan (uk)
  • David Veneman (nl)
  • Trevor Jackson (uk)
  • Maja Milos (sr)
  • Mark Van Hoen (us)
  • Tiago Martins (pt)
  • Gabey Tjon A Tham (nl) and Oli Sorenson (us)
  • Gurvinder Singh (in)
  • Jens Barth (de)
  • Herman Kolgen (ca)
  • Ulay (de)
  • Khavn de la Cruz (ph)
  • Peter Tomaž Dobrila (si)
  • LA Vampires (US)
  • Daedelus (US) Artist Talk
  • Joanna Hogg (UK)
  • ArtistTalk Best Interview Award 2012
  • ArtistTalk Best Interview Award – Honorable mention!
  • ArtistTalk Best Interview Award- Honorable mention!
  • ArtistTalk Besti Interview Award – Honorable mention!
  • ArtistTalk Best Interview Award Winner!
  • MoTA EDITIONS 1: CONVERSATIONS WITH ARTISTS
  • Vera Penz (at)
  • Mike Rijnierse (nl)
  • Floris Kaayk (nl)
  • Maša Jazbec (si)
  • Oli Sorenson (us)
  • Gabey Tjon a Tham (nl)
  • Remco Schuurbiers (nl)
  • Arjon Dunnewind (NL)
  • THE DIGITAL NOW – Look up in the sky!
  • Elise Morin and Clémence Eliard (fr)
  • Anarchy Dance Theatre (tw)
  • Martin Hoorweg (nl)
  • TodaysArt 2012 Symposium: Bright Collisions
  • Jan Jongert (nl)
  • Jan Korbes + Denis Oudendijk (nl)
  • Markus Bader (de)
  • David Szanto (ca)
  • Caro Verbeek (nl)
  • Cretien van Campen (nl)
  • Joost Rekveld (nl)
  • Chris Salter (us/ca/qc)
  • Harry Webers (nl)
  • John Hennequin (nl)
  • Daan Roosegaarde (nl)
  • Rob Bouwman (nl)
  • Art / Technology / Industry
  • Oliver Baurhenn (de)
  • Dick Rijken (nl)
  • Eric Kluitenberg (nl)
  • Fennesz (at)
  • Lillevan (de) in conversation with Alexei Monroe (uk)
  • Ariane Labed (fr)
  • Berlin Documentary Forum 2
  • ArtistTalk Best Interview Award!
  • Sonar 2012
  • Nina Kraviz (RU)
  • Daniel Miller (UK)
  • Richie Hawtin (CA)
  • Michael Nyman (UK)
  • Mostly Robot
  • Harun Farocki (CZ)
  • Eyal Sivan (IL)
  • Joachim Koester (DK)
  • Wolfgang Bittner (at)
  • Macular (nl)
  • Philippe Franck
  • Thorsten S. Wiedemann
  • Andy Holtin

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    CIANT (International Centre for Art and New Technologies) is a Prague-based organization oriented towards transdisciplinary exploration of artistic and scientific domain in context of new media technologies. International collaboration of artists, scientists and technology experts is essential for our projects based in research, production, education and presentation activities.

    CIANT main activities include:
    - Multimedia laboratory
    - Research and development in long term preservation and archiving of media art
    - Theoretical study and practical workshops in relationships between art, science and technology
    - Residency programmes for artists and researchers
    - Public events such as ENTER festival
    Since 2001 we have become members of several international thematic networks and also successfully participated in research & development as well as artistic, cultural, and educational projects supported within programmes of the EU: Culture 2007, Information Society Technologies, MEDIA.

  • ArtistTalk Best Interview Award 2012
  • Markus Kison (DE)
  • Roel Smeets (NL)
  • Lorenz Potthast (DE)
  • Antoni Abad (ES)
  • Nina Czegledy (HU)
  • Attila Nemes (HU)
  • Robert Wechsler (US)
  • Enter 6: Biopolis
  • Jalila Essaïdi (NL)
  • Maria Joao Grade Godinho (UK)
  • Laura Beloff (FI)
  • Jane Grant (UK)
  • Varvara Guljajeva (ET)
  • Benjamin Pothier (FR)
  • Kathy High (US)
  • Monika Bakke (PL)
  • Monika Weiss (US)
  • Mushon Zer-Aviv (IL) & Galia Offri (IL)
  • Adam Zaretsky (US) & Tony Allard (US)
  • Jennifer Kanary (NL)
  • Aleksander Valjamae (EE)
  • Mirko Tobias Schäfer (NL)
  • Susanne Jaschko (DE)
  • Špela Petrič (SI) & Robertina Šebjanič (SI)
  • Howard Boland (UK)
  • Alexander Cetkovic (UK)
  • Georg Tremmel (JP) & Shiho Fukuhara (JP)
  • Georg Tremmel (JP)
  • James Price (UK)
  • Brian Degger (UK), Maria Joao Grade Godinho (UK), Melissa L. Caldwell (US)
  • Tyng Shiuh Yap (AU)
  • Tincuta Heinzel (RO)
  • Kevin Cole (UK)
  • John Paul (UK)
  • Verena Friedrich (DE)
  • Joanna Hoffmann (PL)
  • Oron Catts (AU) & Ionat Zurr (AU)
  • Mike Phillips (UK)
  • Yasuhiro Sakamoto (DE)
  • Ellen Sebring (US)
  • Ludger Pfanz (DE)
  • Daniel Belasco Rogers (DE) & Sophia New (DE)
  • Gretta Louw (DE)
  • Zack Denfeld & Cat Kramer (US)
  • Marc Dusseiller (CH)
  • MutaMorphosis 2012 (Tribute to Uncertainty)
  • Aleksander Valjamae (EE)
  • Peter Anders (US)
  • Roy Ascott (UK)
  • Marko Suvajdzic (RS)
  • Espen Gangvik (NO)
  • Blanka Earhart (US)
  • Paul Sermon (UK)
  • Marco Bischof (CH)
  • Meta.Morf 2010
  • James K. Gimzewski (UK)
  • Clemens M. Plank (AT)
  • Mannes Poel (NL)
  • Mauri Kaipainen (FI)
  • Ivana Sremcevic, Nenad Kesic (RS)
  • FELD (DE)
  • Teresa Almeida, Paulo Gouveia (PT)
  • Suzanne Anker (US)
  • Marcel·lí Antúnez Roca (ES)
  • Ekmel Ertan (TR)
  • Petr Svárovský (CZ)
  • MOB conference
  • Roc Parés Burguès (ES)
  • Encore Heureux (FR)
  • Lenka Dolanová (CZ)
  • Maja Smerkar (SI)
  • Daniel Schwarz (DE)
  • Ingrid Diac (RO)
  • Marko Tkalčič (SI)
  • Nathan Brock (US)
  • Ulrich Fischer (SUI)
  • Ed Tannenbaum (US)
  • Irina Botea (RO)
  • Boris Vitázek (SK)
  • Rasa Smite (LV)
  • Don Foresta (FR/US)
  • Nathan Brock (US)
  • Alessandro Ludovico (IT)
  • Robert Glashüttner (AT)
  • ArtistTalk Best Interview Award!
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    WRO Foundation is Poland’s first specialized public benefit organization dedicated to contemporary art, new media and communication technologies, since 1989 organizing the WRO Media Art Festival, an internationally recognized review of media art, held biannually since 1993. Foundation runs also the WRO Art Center, opened with the municipal support in 2008,a place of production, presentation and eduaction. Its activities include exhibitions, screenings, lectures, workshops, publishing and educational projects directed to professionals and general public including youth and families with children. The aim of its multidirectional program is to support artistic and educational activities, to initiate and support international interchange, i.a. by developing the WRO collection (video, media art, performance) and making it accessible, cooperating with art institutions worldwide, organizing residencies for artists and curators. In addition to the WRO Art Center’s extensive program of national and international exhibitions, educational and publishing activities, WRO is curating, conceiving and developing new projects, also within international cooperation networks.

  • Cecile Babiole (FR)
  • Erkki Huhtamo – #2
  • Erkki Huhtamo – #1
  • Kera Nagel and André Aspelmeier (DE)
  • KairUS
  • ArtistTalk Best Interview Award 2012
  • Piotr Jaros #2
  • Piotr Jaros #1
  • Marek Wasilewski, Dominik Lejman #2
  • Marek Wasilewski, Dominik Lejman #1
  • Liliana Orbach
  • MoTA EDITIONS 1: CONVERSATIONS WITH ARTISTS
  • Karol Radziszewski – #2
  • VALIE EXPORT (AT)
  • Paweł Janicki (PL)
  • Sabine Himmelsbach (CH) – #2
  • Jacek Zachodny (PL) – #2
  • Jacek Zachodny (PL) – #1
  • Sabine Himmelsbach (CH) – #1
  • Lech Twardowski (PL)
  • Niklas Roy (DE)
  • Niklas Roy (DE)
  • Pierre Jodlowski (FR)
  • Kurt Fleckenstein (DE)
  • WRO Media Art Biennale
  • Zbigniew Rybczyński (PL)
  • Piotr Bosacki (PL)
  • Megan Daalder (USA)
  • Megan Daalder (USA)
  • Noriko Yamaguchi (JP)
  • Pierre-Luc Vaillancourt (CA)
  • Zbig Rybczyński (PL)
  • Jaś Domicz (PL)
  • Piotr Bosacki (PL)
  • Aki Nakazawa (JP/DE)
  • David Bowen (USA)
  • Paweł Janicki (PL)
  • Piotr Bosacki (PL)
  • ArtistTalk Best Interview Award!
  • Izabella Gustowska (PL)

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    ASSOCIATED PARTNERS

    Biennale de Paris (FR)

    Biennale de Paris was one of the first art biennials in the world. For the past fifteen years, its role in the world of art has even increased. The organization represents more than fifty international artists which explore the borders of art. The structure

    of the organization has been developed as a direct response to the content which it researches. Biennale de Paris is currently developing several international projects such as Redefining terminology of art, Amicale, etc.

     

    Monochrom (AT)

    Monochrom is an art-technology-philosophy group having its seat in Vienna, Graz and Bamberg. It is an unpeculiar mixture of proto-aesthetic fringe work, pop attitude, subcultural science, context hacking and political activism. Monochrom has existed in since 1993. The organization is based in Museums Quartier Vienna, where they organize two festivals per year, exhibition, symposiums, artist in residence program and conduct their own artistic production and research. They have a strong international network in Europe and also in United States. The emphasis of their work is philosophical reflection of art.