Andreas Zingerle

Andreas is media artist and cultural producer. Since 2020 he has been director of mur.at – a server farm for the arts & cultural sector in Graz. In 2022 Andreas received together with Linda Kronman as KAIRUS Collective the austrian stateprize “Outstanding Artist Award” in the category Mediaart.
Their practice based research is closely intertwined with their artistic production, adopting methodologies used by anthropologists and sociologist, their artworks are often informed by archival research, participation observations and field research. Besides the artworks they publish academic research papers and open access publications to contextualize their artworks to wider discourses such as data privacy & security, activism & hacking culture, disruptive art practices, electronic waste and materiality of the internet.


Sessions

04-06
17:30
25min
Why is archiving so (un)sexy again? - FLOSS archiving tools for organisations
Andreas Zingerle

For the unaware archiving seems boring and not so attractive, yet without archiving there would't be no Internet or Chat-GTP. The talk dismantles the urban legend of its dullness and presents outcomes of mur.at research into FLOSS tools for NGOs (and other organisations) to archive and document their projects.

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