The DIGITAL SYNESTHESIA project (2013 – 2016) is a transdisciplinary artistic research area which explores the (syn-)aesthetics of digital art. It especially focuses on its technological, aesthetic and media conditions which make it possible to provide synesthetic experiences for indiviudals.
The project website serves as a workspace for discussions on the topic. Amongst other propositions the subpage ART PROJECTS suggests a number of media based art works which serve as examples for art based research on (digital) synesthesia. This list of art projects will be gradually supplemented with further examples as well as projects realized by artists who are invited to take part in the research process.
The DIGITAL SYNESTHESIA project is part of an exhibition at the Museum of Applied Arts Vienna showing 10 international artistic ...Read more
US media art theoretician Timothy Druckrey held a brilliant, 3-hour-length talk about the historic forerunners of Vertical Cinema at Kontraste ...Read more
Katharina Gsöllpointner & Romana Schuler were invited to introduce the DIGITAL SYNESTHESIA research project at the Synesthesia Conference at Art ...Read more