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Global User Interface (Soft Cinema Edition)

Computer-driven media installation with variable narratives and spatial configurations. Together with Andreas Kratky.

Commissioned and produced by ZKM for the exhibition “Future Cinema: Cinematic Imaginary after Film.”


  1. “Lev Manovich: Adventures In Digital Cinema.”
    Digital Arts Centre, ICA London, November 2002.
  2. “e-magic v.0.1.”
    Thessaloniki, Greece, November 2002.
  3. “Soft Cinema: Navigating the Database.”
    Chelsea Art Museum, New York, January 2005.
  4. “Soft Cinema: Navigating the Database.”
    Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide, Australia, March 2007.

Group Exhibitions

  1. Video Biennial. The Digitalartlab, Holon, Israel, November 2002.
  2. H2PTM exhibition and conference. University of Paris 8, Paris, France, September 2003. (Web)
  3. SENEF (Seoul Net and Film Festival), Seoul, South Korea, August 2003.
  4. Mediartspace, 2003. (Web)
  5. “Future Cinema” (selections). Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, 2003.
  6. “A Perfect Magazine,” curated by Mathieu Copeland. London, UK, 2003. (Presented in print)
  7. “Media Architecture,” Riga, Latvia, 2003.
  8. Williamsburg Bridges Asia. Christine Wang Fine Art, Brooklyn, April-May 2003. (DVD)
  9. European Media Festival, Osnabrück, Germany, 2003. (Lecture)
  10. Streaming Cinema 3.0, Philadelphia, 2003. (DVD)
  11. DEAF 2003. Rotterdam, the Netherlands, February 2003.
  12. Transmediale 2003. Berlin, Germany, February 2003.
  13. “Future Cinema.” ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany, November 15, 2002 – March 30, 2003.


  1. artphoto (New York and Bucharest) 12, 2004,
  2. Soft Cinema.


  1. “The Database of Virtual Art” (ZKM and arte TV, 2002). A series of documentary clips on the selected projects in Future Cinema exhibition, produced by Oliver Grau.
  2. “Outside the Box: New Cinematic Experiences” (Akron, Ohio: Wigged Productions, 2005). 30 minute TV documentary.


  1. The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art, Cornell University Library, since 2003.
  2. Database of Virtual Art, since 2005.