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Knowbotic Research

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Archive of Digital Art (ADA). “ Knowbotic Research – artist profile”. https://www.digitalartarchive.at/database/artists/general/artist/knowbotic-research.html. (retrieved 2010-14-06). @online{ADAartistprofile, author = {Archive of Digital Art (ADA)}, title = { Knowbotic Research artist profile}, url = {https://www.digitalartarchive.at/database/artists/general/artist/knowbotic-research.html}, urldate = {retrieved 2010-14-06}
About
Knowbotic Research is a German-Swiss electronic art group, established in 1991. Its members are Yvonne Wilhelm, Christian Hübler and Alexander Tuchacek. They hold a professorship for Art and Media at the University of the Arts in Zurich. Yvonne Wilhelm (born 1962), Christian Huebler (born 1962), Alexander Tuchacek (born 1962) are based in Zurich Switzerland.

The Knowbotic Research group has experimented with the intersection of technology, information and knowledge, interface, immersive virtual reality and networked agency. In their work Simulation Mosaik Data Klaenge from 1993, they experimented with so called intelligent agent, applications which can conglomerate diaphanous information by themselves (also called knowbots) and intelligent virtual spaces (flexible information-environments distributed in electronic networks). Knowbotic Research KR+cF has regularly invited people from non-art fields to participate in their projects, such as scientists, philosophers and engineers, depending on the concept of each project. In partnership with the Academy of Media Arts Cologne, Knowbotic Research KR+cF has founded Membrane, a laboratory for media strategies, in 1995.[1] In their more recent work, they created media-based projects that try to intervene in the (physical or digital) public domain.

Knowbotic is a coinage that combined “knowledge” with “robot”, meaning intellectual agent on the Internet. Knowbotic has developed some projects themed on an information environment and a computer interface. Since 1998, it has become more flexible, and with these main three of them, different members from various fields such as art, science, and philosophy, have joined in each program. In 1997, it worked with Japanese art group, Canon Art Lab, in Tokyo. This project aimed at revealing the function of the city by interacting between real and virtual world.

CV

2001 Hermann Claasen Prize for Media Art and Photography
2000 International Media-art award, ZKM Karlsruhe
1998 professorship and carrying out research in the New Media Department at the University of Art and Design (HGKZ), Zurich, Switzerland.
1998 Prix Arts Electronica, Golden Nica
1997 International Media-art award, ZKM Karlsruhe
1997 August Seeling-Award of Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum
1994 Prix Arts Electronica, Golden Nica
1991 Knowbotic Research established / members: Yvonne Wilhelm, Christian Huebler, Alexander Tuchacek


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Fuller, Matthew. »The Cat Seemed to Think There was Enough of it Now in Sight.« Online Publication on Artist´s Homepage (2010).
Meyer, Eva. »Me as MacGhillie.« In Opaque Presence. Manual of Latent Invisibilities, edited by Andreas Broeckmann and Knowbotic Research. Berlin, Zürich: Diaphenes Verlag, 2010.
Nechvatal, Joseph. Immersive Ideals / Critical Distances. Saarbrücken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2009, 2009.
Paul, Christiane. Digital Art. World of Art Series, New York: Thames and Hudson Ltd., 2008.
Popper, Frank. From Technological to Virtual Art. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2006.
krcf. »Transcoding Sovereignty: Naked Bandit/Here, Not Here/White Sovereign.« In Sarai Reader 2005: Bare Acts, edited by Monica Narula and Shuddhabrata Sengupta and Jeebesh Bagchi and Geert Lovink, 111-114. Delhi: Sarai Media Lab, 2005.
Arns, Inke and Jacob Lillemose. »Es arte contemporáneo, imbecil - Comisarios de arte digital para sacarlos del gueto, a minima.« new media, actual art 13 (2005): 164-175.
Grau, Oliver. Virtual Art: From Illusion to Immersion. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003.
Brouwer, Joke and Arjen Mulder, ed. TransUrbanism. Rotterdam, NL: V2_Publishing, 2002.
Grau, Oliver. »In das "lebendige" Bild: Die Virtuelle Realität setzt der Kunst neue Spielregeln.« neue bildende kunst. Zeitschrift für Kunst und Kritik , no. 6 (1997): 28-36.
Fuller, Matthew. »The Cat Seemed to Think There was Enough of it Now in Sight.« Online Publication on Artist´s Homepage (2010).
Meyer, Eva. »Me as MacGhillie.« In Opaque Presence. Manual of Latent Invisibilities, edited by Andreas Broeckmann and Knowbotic Research. Berlin, Zürich: Diaphenes Verlag, 2010.
Nechvatal, Joseph. Immersive Ideals / Critical Distances. Saarbrücken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2009, 2009.
Paul, Christiane. Digital Art. World of Art Series, New York: Thames and Hudson Ltd., 2008.
Popper, Frank. From Technological to Virtual Art. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2006.
Arns, Inke and Jacob Lillemose. »Es arte contemporáneo, imbecil - Comisarios de arte digital para sacarlos del gueto, a minima.« new media, actual art 13 (2005): 164-175.
krcf. »Transcoding Sovereignty: Naked Bandit/Here, Not Here/White Sovereign.« In Sarai Reader 2005: Bare Acts, edited by Monica Narula and Shuddhabrata Sengupta and Jeebesh Bagchi and Geert Lovink, 111-114. Delhi: Sarai Media Lab, 2005.
Knowbotic Research. »Postorganic Immortality: Vom Körper zu "Incorporations".« Kunstforum International 133 (1996): 160.
Knowbotic Research. »Co-Realities.« In Nonlocated Online - Medien.Kunst.Passagen, edited by Knowbotic ResearchVol.3. . Wien: Passagen Verlag, 1994.