On April 25th 2009, 14 experts in media art met in the Trans-Media-Labor in the GebäudeEnsemble Deutsche Werkstätten Hellerau to discuss the topic „Innovation in the crisis – Do our ideas have a chance?“ in the context of TMA WILL. The project European Tele-Plateaus – transnational sites of encounter and coproduction (ETP) took the centre stage. At the same day just a couple of hours ago, the first presentation of the previous achievements of the project took place. Unfortunately, because of technical problems, a networked environment could not be set up. Nevertheless, the local environment was being used by the interested audience. The person inside the environment is able to control audiovisual processes just by his or her position and the quickness of the movements. Definitely, the target of ETP exceeds all mentioned facts, because it also aims the production of publicly accessible, networked Virtual Environments. Therefore, three networked performances and six networked installations are planned which will take place simultaneously in all co-operating cities (Dresden, Prague, Madrid, Norrköping). The idea of the project was put up for discussion within TMA WILL. This discussion can be divided into three main focuses: “How can a Virtual Environment be defined?”, “How notices the audience performances with networked Virtual Environments?” and “Why is the ETP-project applied as intercultural?”

Jadwiga Müller for TMA
Translation by Louisa Zschinzsch

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