Prof. Ina Conradi
Ina Conradi is an award-winning new media artist. Her research interests include computer generated animation, Stereoscopic 3D, 360 immersive displays, procedural interactive installation and public art. Her recent community-forming project features fully integrated, intelligent multi- media art display and architecture. The project will be imbedded with technology to explore interactive design’s new terrain: enhancing communicative possibilities, embodying a new balance between technology and people, bringing technological breakthroughs up or down to comfortable, understandable human scale. Ina has exhibited and presented her works internationally at the 3D Beyond Festival ZKM, Ars Electronica Festival, Siggraph Asia Hong Kong, ISEA, 3D Stereo MEDIA Festival Liège, the 67th Edinburgh International Film Festival, Women 3D directors Paramount Studios Hollywood, FMX Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Transmedia Stuttgart. Currently Associate Professor at the Nanyang Technological University Singapore she has been presented with the Koh Boon Hwee Scholars Award 2015 and the Nanyang Education Award 2014 (School) for recognition to the influence of inspirational teaching.
VERENA KREMER AND INA CONRADI
ELMAN, DAS PROJEKT
ABOUT THE TALK:
ELMAN is a collaboration between the renowned Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, Germany, one of the largest and most acoustically advanced concert halls in the world and the Media Art Nexus at the Nanyang Technological University Singapore. In the context of the ELMAN University Project 2018 emerging artists from the University of Applied Sciences Europe –Hamburg and from Nanyang Technological University of Singapore created content for both media walls. All results will be shown at both locations-26th of November 2018 in Hamburg and 30th of November in Singapore.The themes of Music and Passing are connecting two distant cities and their citizens through media wall locations that cannot be more radically different in both the architecture of the space as well as geographically, culturally, and historically. But what ties both venues together is aim to create an inclusive shared public art spaces where people meet, experience art, share moments and get connected with each other. The future goal of this project is to create and share knowledge and experiences in international joint collaborations for young artists on similarly designated creative media platforms in both Singapore and Hamburg.