Mother Earth at Institute for New Media, Frankfurt Germany, Field of Vision: Extremes 2005.
Mother Earth was exhibited as a digital image at the The Institute for New Media of Frankfurt Germany in Field of Vision: Extremes in a curated show in 2005.
The Institute for New Media
The INM Institute for New Media (INM) has been under the sponsorship of the Internal link Institut für Neue Medien eV as an autonomous platform in the field of new media research and development and internet applications and solutions. It was founded in 1989 as an An-Institut of the Städelschule, Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Frankfurt, and from 1990 to 1994 it established itself as an avant-garde experimental laboratory for interactive new media art.
The INM is organized as an open “plug-in” platform , to which people, institutions and companies can dock with their individual projects. It offers space, logistics and networks for projects and discourses about the present and future of the new media and the knowledge society.
With its theoretical and application-related research projects, the INM is a bridge (bridging?) Between science and society, business and creative (public science?). The transdisciplinary and intermethodic way of thinking – between art, science and application – of the protagonists at the INM is an essential prerequisite for dealing with the new media (R) evolution in our real-virtual environment.
The carrier company Internal link IfNM-Institut für Neue Medien eV is very pleased to announce an almost unique new collaboration with the City of Frankfurt’s cultural office, the INM Institute for New Media Internal link Location in the coming years.
you are Internal link Invited , with their own ideas and concepts together with and about us to understand the past, to question the present and to shape the future.
The structure concept of a real as well as a virtual platform – real in our loft and virtually on the Internet – closely linked to the FrankfurtRheinMain region, “global by location”, determines the future of the INM both conceptually and programmatically. Over his Internal link Projects and its own Internal link The INM will continue to contribute to the content discourse between researchers and society, creatives and business in the fields of knowledge and new media.