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Michael Bielicky

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Bielicky Michael
Born(1954-01-12)12 January 1954
Prague, Czech Republic
🏳️ NationalityGerman
🏫 EducationAcademy of Fine Arts Prague,
Kunstakademie Düsseldorf
💼 Occupation
New media art, Video art, performance, installation art

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Michael Bielicky (* 12. January 1954 in Prague) is a Czech-German media artist. He is professor at the department of digital media at the University of Arts and Design (HfG) / ZKM Karlsruhe.

Life[edit]

Spent his childhood in Czechoslovakia and emigrated with his parents to Düsseldorf, Germany in 1969. Studied medicine from 1975 to 1978 at the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf. Visited the United States in between 1975 and 1978, taking photographs of architecture and individuals. Lives in New York in 1980/81 and experiments with photography, a time in which most material stems from that is found in later contemporary (new) media art as (modified) content.Returns to Germany in 1981 and works for Monochrom Magazine from 1981 to 1984. Studies at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf from 1984 to 1987, initially with Bernd Becher, soon changes disciplines to study with Nam June Paik, graduating with excellence in 1988/89 (Meisterschüler: Master Disciple) and working as his assistant after his graduation until 1989.[1]

Returns to Prague from 1991 to 2006 and establishes the New Media department at the Academy of Fine Arts Prague (AVU). In the early 1990s he works closely with the Goethe Institute Prague and organises symposia[2] dedicated to the work of the also Prague-born Vilém Flusser, the media theorist and philosopher, to whom he dedicates the experimental documentary film "Flussers Fluss" (1990). [3] Since 1991 an advisor for the Soros Center for the Arts (SCCA).[4]

From 1995 until 1996 scientifical advisor for culture- and technology at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.[5] 1996 the co-founder of the Institute of Unstable Thoughts in Kiev,[6] Ukraine. 1997 cooperation with the High Tech Center Babelsberg in Potsdam, Germany and since mid-1990s experiments with large scale interactive virtual environments and performances, 1999-2000 research and realisation of an interactive 360° virtual environment prototype (Delvaux’s Dream) at the ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie).

From 1999 to 2001 continues research on the Virtual Set Project at the ZKM.[7] Since 2002 helps establish the first New Media Department at Chiang Mai University in Northern Thailand. [8] Is professor at the department of digital media at the University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe (HfG) since 2006.

Michael Bielický cooperated with Kamila B. Richter on some of his works.[9]

Work[edit]

Early Work[edit]

  • 1980-1982 - No title - black and white photography - New York City

Video Art/Installations[edit]

  • 1984 - Four Seasons[10] - video
  • 1984 - Von Hier Aus - public interventions ("From Here On")
  • 1985 - Besuch, Der - video ("The Visit")
  • 1985 - Ratinger Hof - video
  • 1985 - Circulus Viciosus - video
  • 1986 - Im Herbst - video ("Autunum")
  • 1986 - Paik-Hut - video (Paik-Hat)
  • 1986 - Perpetuum Mobile[11] - video (with Adam Nolde)
  • 1986 - Turm 180 Animation - video ("Tower animation")
  • 1987 - Fettecke, Die - video ("The Fat Corner")
  • 1987 - Paik - video
  • 1987 - Jazz Celula - video sculpture
  • 1988 - Next Year in Jerusalem[12] - video
  • 1989 - Golem is Alive[13] - video
  • 1989 - JLB - Perfect Guest 2 - video
  • 1989 - Menora - video sculpture
  • 1990 - Turmanimation - video ("Tower animation")
  • 1990 - Name, Der - video sculpture ("The Name")
  • 1990 - Perpetuum Mobile - Montreal - video sculpture (destroyed)
  • 1990 - Perpetuum Mobile 2 - video
  • 1990 - Sefirot Tree - video sculpture (destroyed)

Media Art[edit]

  • 1991-1994 - Flussers Fluss - (Ort fehlt) - installation
  • 1991-1994 - Flussers Fluss - documentation, interview
  • 1992 - Der Innere Beobachter - Ars Electronica, Linz - video installation (The Inner Observer)
  • 1994 - Intelligent Mailman - Ars Electronica, Linz - tele-performance
  • 1995 - Exodus - Negev Wüste - tele-performance
  • 1996 - Havel Dinner - Prag - dinner-installation
  • 1998 - Internet Performance - The Kitchen New York/AVU Prag- internet performance
  • 1998-99 - Delvaux's Dream - ZKM, Karlsruhe - interactive blue-screen installation
  • 2000 - Room with a View - Autostadt Wolfsburg - interactive 360° dome installation
  • 2001 - Der Innere Beobachter - Regensburg - video installation
  • 2002 - Exhibition (On the web) - Espace Electra, Paris - internet performance
  • 2002 - Last Path of Walter Benjamin - video
  • 2003 - Perpetuum Mobile - - video installation
  • 2004 - Falling Stars - Volksbühne, Berlin - facade projection
  • 2004 - Reiseführer - documentary
  • 2005 - Imagit ICONUU - promotion video
  • 2006 - Falling Life - Berlin - facade projection
  • 2006 - This Year in Jerusalem[14] - video
  • 2007 - Columbus - Wuhan - facade projection
  • 2007 - Falling Life - Barcelona - facade projection
  • 2007 - Falling Life - Berlin - facade projection
  • 2007 - Go Public - Barcelona - facade projection
  • 2008 - Columbus[15] - Sevilla - facade projection, installation
  • 2008 - Falling Times[16] - Sao Paulo - facade projection
  • 2008 - Falling Times[17] - New York - installation
  • 2009 - Riding the Mind[18] - ZKM - facade projection
  • 2010 - Garden of Error and Decay[19] - Wuhan, installation
  • 2011 - Columbus - Thessaloniki - facade projection, installation
  • 2011 - Garden of Error and Decay - Berlin, Tschechisches Zentrum - installation
  • 2011 - Garden of Error and Decay[20] - Moskau - installation
  • 2011 - Garden of Error and Decay - Vancouver - installation
  • 2011 - Garden of Error and Decay[21] - Kunsthaus, Wien - installation
  • 2012 - Garden of Error and Decay[22] - Biennale, Havanna - installation
  • 2012 - Timeless Signs - Kunsthaus, Wien - installation
  • 2013 - Garden of Error and Decay[23] - Art Center Nabi, Seoul - installation
  • 2013 - Garden of Error and Decay - Kunsthaus, Wien - installation
  • 2013 - Why Don't We Wagner - Telegrafenamt, Wien - installation
  • 2013 - Why Don't We[24] - Tschechisches Zentrum, Berlin - installation
  • 2013 - Why Don't We - Bad Rothenfelde - facade projection
  • 2014 - Why Don't We[25] - Quadriennale, Düsseldorf - installation
  • 2015 - Data Steel[26] - Ostrava - installation
  • 2015 - Lost Objects[27] - Narodni divadlo, Praha - opera video animation
  • 2016 - Data Labyrinth - Karlsruhe - installation
  • 2016 - Go Public - Tokyo - street performance
  • 2016 - Lost[28] - Appolonia, Strasbourg - installations
  • 2017 - Lost[29] - Wifredo Lam, Havana - installations

Exhibitions[edit]

  • 1984–1988: Videonale. # 3, 4, 5, Bonn
  • 1987: São Paulo Bienal, São Paulo, Brasilien
  • 1987: XXXVIII International Filmfest, Berlin Berlinale
  • 1988: Cité Internationale des Arts Paris, Paris
  • 1989: Videokunst, Kunsthalle Kiel
  • 1989: III Marler Videokunst-Preis, Marl
  • 1990: Discover European Video, New York
  • 1990: Artware, Hannover
  • 1991: Images du Future, Montreal
  • 1997: Kunst der Gegenwart, ZKM, Karlsruhe
  • 1999: Delvaux's Dream, ZKM, Karlsruhe
  • 2000: ISEA 2000 Paris
  • 2000: Cyber Arts 2000, Ars Electronica Linz
  • 2000: Media Art Interaction. ZKM, Karlsruhe
  • 2002: Lanterna Magika, Nouvelles technologies dans l’art tchèque du XXe siècle. Prag, Kant
  • 2003: Path of Europe. Thessalonica: Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art (2003).
  • 2003: Future of the Cinema, Karlsruhe: ZKM (2003).
  • 2003: Future Cinema, ZKM, Karlsruhe
  • 2004: E.U. positive: Kunst aus dem neuen Europa, Akademie der Künste, Berlin
  • 2004: 2nd International Symposium of Interactive Media Design (ISIMD ’04). Istanbul, Türkei
  • 2004: E.U. Positive. Berlin Akademie der Künste
  • 2007: YOU-ser, ZKM, Karlsruhe
  • 2007: Projections in the Streets, Chiang Mai, Thailand
  • 2007: Interferencia, Barcelona, Spanien
  • 2007: Sibiu – The Cultural Capital, Rumänien
  • 2007: VI. Festival tschechischer Kunst und Kultur, Berlin, Karlsruhe
  • 2008: Universe Biennale Sevilla, Spanien
  • 2008: Mostra SESC de Artes, SESC, São Paulo, Brasilien
  • 2008: Urban Screens 2008, Melbourne, Australien
  • 2008: Notations - Kalkül und Form in den Künsten, Akademie der Künste Berlin
  • 2008: Welcome to Capitalism!, DOX – Centre for contemporary art, Prague, Tschechische Republik
  • 2009: RECORD > AGAIN! – 40jahrevideokunst.de Teil 2, ZKM, Karlsruhe und Ludwig Forum Aachen
  • 2009: BIACS 3 Biennale Sevilla
  • 2009: YOU_ser: Das Jahrhundert des Konsumenten, ZKM, Karlsruhe und Kunsthaus Dresden, Dresden
  • 2009: YOU-ser 2, ZKM, Karlsruhe
  • 2009: KAMUNA, ZKM, Karlsruhe
  • 2009: 20 Jahre ZKM, ZKM, Karlsruhe
  • 2009: Gemeinsam in Bewegung – Zeitgenössische Kunst aus Deutschland und China, Wuhan Museum of Art, Wuhan, China
  • 2009: Incheon International Digital Art Festival, Incheon, Korea
  • 2009: Windows upon Oceans, Strasbourg, Frankreich
  • 2009: Falling Times, Czech Center New York, USA
  • 2009: Uncharted: User Frames in Media Arts, Santralistanbul museum, İstanbul, Türkei
  • 2009: Notation, ZKM, Karlsruhe
  • 2009: Collider: Interactivity and New Media, Akron, Ohio, USA
  • 2009: Light up the night at the Comple, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
  • 2010: DIDF CINMAI, International Interactive Design Forum & International Contemporary New Media Art, Wuhan, China
  • 2010: IV. Semana de Teatro Alemán en La Habana, Havana, Kuba
  • 2010: Esse, Nosse, Posse: Common Wealth for Common People, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, Griechenland
  • 2010: RECORD > AGAIN! – 40jahrevideokunst.de – Teil 2, Edith-Ruß-Haus für Medienkunst, Oldenburg
  • 2010: Gangnam Media Pole, Seoul, Korea
  • 2011: Windows upon Oceans, State Museum of Contemporary Art of Thessaloniki, Griechenland
  • 2011: Biennale Moscow, Moscow, Russland
  • 2011: Global Contemporary, ZKM, Karlsruhe
  • 2011: Declining Democracy, Palazzo Strozzi, Florenz, Italien
  • 2011: Tracing Home, SIGGRAPH, Vancouver, Kanada
  • 2011: Garden of Error and Decay, Embassy of the Czech Republic, Berlin
  • 2012: Biennale Havanna, Havanna, Kuba 
  • 2012: Wagner Extase, Telegrafenamt, Wien
  • 2013: Lichtsicht Projektions-Biennale, Bad Rothenfelde
  • 2013: CiTiZEN KiNO: Predatory Net + Visual Media Environments, Tschechisches Institut Berlin
  • 2014: Quadriennale Düsseldorf
  • 2015: Colours of Ostrava, Galerie Zdeněk Sklenář, Ostrava
  • 2015: Lost Objects, Nationaltheater Prag
  • 2015: Globale: Global Control and Censorship, ZKM, Karlsruhe
  • 2016: Lost, Apollonia Échanges Artistiques Européens, Strasbourg
  • 2017: Lost, Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Wifredo Lam, Havana
  • 2017: Flashhouse - Stuttgart - Installation

Honours and awards[edit]

  • 1988 Cité Internationale des Arts de Paris Scholarship
  • 1999–2000: Guest artist at the Institute for Visual Media at ZKM Karlsruhe

Literature[edit]

  • E.U. positive: Kunst aus dem neuen Europa, Akademie der Künste, Berlin 2004 ISBN 3-88331-081-6 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.

References[edit]

  1. Michael Bielicky - Lebenslauf. Official "Postdigitale Narration" department website of the Karlsruhe Unversity of Arts and Design (HfG). Retrieved 23. Juni 2017.
  2. Prague Media Symposium - Monoskop. Monoskop website. Retrieved 23. Juni 2017.
  3. Michael Bielicky - Vilém Flussers Fluß. Official ZKM website. Retrieved 23. Juni 2017.
  4. Institut za Suvremenu Umjetnost (SCCA) - People Website. Official SCCA website. Retrieved 20. Juni 2014.
  5. Michael Bielicky - Lebenslauf. Official "Postdigitale Narration" department website of the Karlsruhe Unversity of Arts and Design (HfG). Retrieved 23. Juni 2017.
  6. Institution of Unstable Thoughts - Monoskop. Monoskop website. Retrieved 23. Juni 2017.
  7. Delvaux's Dream - Michael Bielicky. Official ZKM website. Retrieved 23. Juni 2017.
  8. ICECA - Cultural Exchange and Computer Arts - activities. culturebase.org website. Retrieved 23. Juni 2017.
  9. Michael Bielicky - about. Official website. Retrieved 23. Juni 2017.
  10. Michael Bielicky – Four Seasons. LIMA website. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  11. Michael Bielicky – Perpetuum Mobile. LIMA website. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  12. Michael Bielicky - Next Year in Jerusalem. LIMA website. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  13. Michael Bielicky - Golem Is Alive. LIMA website. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  14. Michael Bielicky - This Year in Jerusalem. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  15. Michael Bielicky - Columbus 2.0. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  16. Michael Bielicky - Falling TImes. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  17. Michael Bielicky - Falling Times. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  18. Michael Bielicky - Riding the Mind. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  19. Michael Bielicky - Garden of Error and Decay. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  20. Michael Bielicky - Garden of Error and Decay. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  21. Michael Bielicky - Garden of Error and Decay. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  22. Michael Bielicky - Garden of Error and Decay. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  23. Michael Bielicky - Garden of Error and Decay. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  24. Michael Bielicky - Why Don't We. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  25. Michael Bielicky - Why Don't We. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  26. Michael Bielicky - Data Steel. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  27. Michael Bielicky - Lost Objects. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  28. Michael Bielicky - Lost. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.
  29. Michael Bielicky - Lost. Official Vimeo. Retrieved 27. Juni 2017.

Weblinks[edit]

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