The participating artists of under.ctrl are Nooshin Farhid (Iran/the UK), Hristina Ivanoska (Macedonia) Effie - Amir (Israel/Belgium), Zhou Hongxiang (China), Ran Slavin (Israel), Anabala (Turkey), Sala Manca (Argentine/Israel), Ligna (Germany), Erhan Muratoglu (Turkey), Michael Zinganel (Austria), Pragmatic Sanction (Austria), Vuk Cosic (Slovenia), Nicole Pruckermayr - IOhannes zmölnig (Austria), Yane Calovski (Macedonia), FOS (Denmark) and Igor Stromajer - Brane Zorman (Slovenia).

Participating artists of the loosing.ctrl screening programme are Yael Bartana (Israel), Erhan Muratoglu (Turkey), Ruti Sela - Maayan Amir (Israel), Can Turkinan - Özlem Sulak (Turkey), and Hatice Guleryuz (Turkey).

The panelists are Andreas Leo Findeisen (Austria), Marina Grzinic (Slovenia). The moderators are Emre Erkal, Erhan Muratoglu and Basak Senova of NOMAD (Turkey).

formats: video works, installations, documentaries, screening programme [loosing.ctrl], live performances [Ran Slavin (Israel), Sala Manca (Israel), Anabala (Turkey)], presentation [Ligna (Germany)], and panel.

audio-video streaming, hosted by ice.mur.at (Ales Zemene)

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Andreas Leo Findeisen M.A (Austria)

Academic teacher, writer, musician, networker. Studied old languages, composition and philosophy in Germany, Israel and Austria. Has been teaching since 2002 as assistant at the Chair for Cultural Philosophy and Media Theory of the German philosopher and writer Peter Sloterdijk, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna; currently he is researching into structural comparisons between analog and digital communities that were generated by inventions in language/code, e.g. planned languages like Volapük , Esperanto or Ido in the 19.th. Century and the interlaced communities of the contemporary software products like Python, CMF, Zope and Plone/Silva/CPS. Engaged in research and experiments about cross-border networking in the fields of art, architecture, media and science between Western and Eastern Europe.

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