Manifest.AR cyberartist group
Tamiko Thiel is exhibiting augmented reality works in:
- "Not There," a Kasa Gallery show of Manifest.AR artworks for the Venice Biennial 2011 Intervention
- "Invisible Istanbul," an AR intervention in the Istanbul Biennial in collaboration with the Istanbul design office PATTU.
All exhibits are part of ISEA's UNCONTAINABLE official parallel program to the Istanbul Biennial.
Presentations and AR tours:
If you can't make the times below, contact me Sept. 11-22
firstname.lastname@example.org, mobile: +90/543/868.3531
- 5-8pm, Wednesday Sept. 14
(12 minute presentation of artworks)
Istanbul Art Market and Int'l Networking Event
(Bosphorus boat tour)
- 1-3pm, Sunday Sept. 18
"Not There", Kasa Gallery
Karakoy Communication Center
- 5-7pm, Sunday Sept. 18
6:30pm, Wednesday Sept. 21
"Invisible Istanbul" (walking tour)
Meet at cafe in front of Antrepot5/Sanat Limani, in the Istanbul Biennial/Istanbul Modern area (look for the yellow "Invisible Istanbul" logo). Tours will begin there and proceed through the neighborhoods of Galata and Karaköy.
Thiel is a media artist developing the dramatic and poetic capabilities of various forms of virtual and augmented reality as a medium for exploring social and cultural issues in site-specific artworks. She has degrees in engineering from Stanford and MIT and a fine arts degree from the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. She exhibits internationally in venues such as the International Center for Photography in New York, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, the ZKM in Karlsruhe and the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, and at festivals such as Siggraph, ISEA and Ars Electronica.
As a founding member of the augmented reality artist group Manifest.AR she participated in the pathbreaking uninvited augmented reality intervention at MoMA NY in 2010, and led the AR intervention at the Venice Biennial in 2011.
Her work has been supported by grants from WIRED Magazine, the Japan Foundation, the MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies, Berlin Capital City Cultural Fund (Hauptstadtkulturfonds) and the IBM Innovation Award.