With the exhibition ONE AND INFINITY: THE DIGITALISATION OF THE HUMAN MIND, Full Moon Gallery presents the artworks created as part of the DIGITAL ART RESIDENCIES project. The vernissage will take place on 5 November from 8 pm at Full Moon Gallery. The finissage will then follow on 3 December from 8 pm in the presence of the participating artists.

Here you can find still images from all the artworks developed after the 6 months of the Digital Art Residencies project by Jugend- & Kulturprojekt e.V.
All the works are a collective process that ends in 8 art pieces of moving images, such as 2D animations, 3D animations, and one Interactive Installation.

At the finissage, the JKPeV will award art prizes in the three categories NICEST AUDIOVISUAL CREATION, FINEST GRAPHIC COMPOSITION and FAVORITE COLLABORATION to the participating artists of the Digital Art Residencies.

Someday soon or just happening today

by Belal Kalash (Deutschland) Some day soon, wars and global warming will end up

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Teaching my computer about evolution using Wikicommons

by Augusto Gerardi Rousset (Venezuela) In this exercise, an artificial intelligence

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Hiden Identities: a collective experience of AR

by Augusto Gerardi Rousset (Venezuela) / Mia-Ann Böhm (Germany) / Oleksandra Kulikovska

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Melting

by Oleksandra Kulikovska (Ukraine) In my video series of collages, I explore the

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Collective Drawing Experience

by Mia-Ann Böhm (Germany) / Laura Michelle Schubert (Germany) / Michael Siegmund

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Apocalypse

by Jakyeong Jeong (South Korea/Germany) The world is being suffered by man-made

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Alienation

by Anna Mukhanova (Ukraine) In this digital performance I research the feelings if

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