We are pleased to announce the open call for Artist-in-Residence-Entries for the upcoming 3rd edition of FMR – Festival for art in digital contexts and public spaces which will take place in Linz, Austria, from June 6 to 11, 2023.Continue reading “LINZ FM[Ai]R 23 – Open Call for Artist-in-Residence-Entries 2023”
FMR 21 is history and has been put away into the Archives. In the meantime preparations are already underway for the third edition of the festival for art in digital contexts and public spaces. It will take place in June 2023 in Linz. Details will follow on this website.
Only a few days left and FMR 21 is landing in Linz!
The exhibition opening will take place on Tuesday, June 1, 2021 at 7:15 p.m. at Grünmarkt next to Mühlkreisbahnhof.
Visit this years festival edition website for more information!
Only four weeks left until the start of FMR 21!
21 works by artists from 13 different countries will be on display, primarily from the fields of visual art, media art, Internet art and performance. There will also be a top-class symposium, artist talks, guided tours and concerts.
Mark your calendar: the opening will take place on Tuesday, 1 June 2021, 7:15 p.m.Continue reading “FMR 21 | 6 days, 21 positions, 13 countries”
The biennial festival once again presents artistic positions that reflect the ephemeral nature of our digital and connected present. It focuses on the shifts, distortions and rifts that come with the ever-increasing digitalization of everyday life and presents contemporary artists from the fields of visual art, media art, Internet art and performance who are dedicated to this phenomenon.Continue reading “Two months to go! Announcement of artist names!”
We are delighted to welcome six artists-in-residence as part of the second edition of FMR: Edurne Herrán, Jaakko Myyri, Kyraki Goni, Simon Weckert, Yarli Lam, and Zara Worth!Continue reading “A warm welcome to the Residency Artists of FM[Ai]R 21”
FMR 21 is organized and curated by the independent artist collective qujOchÖ, the net culture initiative servus.at, the Atelierhaus Salzamt, the University of Art and Design Linz and the Sturm und Drang Galerie.Continue reading “Who is behind FMR 21”
“Art? I care only about what is happening online.(Guy Debord, 1994)
Only in the Internet you can find ‘Art’, the rest is just spectácle.”
After a successful first edition of FMR in 2019, we proudly announce FMR 21 – Art in Digital Contexts and Public Spaces, taking place 1-6 June 2021 in the area surrounding the Mühlkreisbahnhof, a small secondary railway station in Linz-Urfahr.Continue reading “Proudly announcing FMR 21”
Please note: The deadline for submissions for LINZ FM[Ai]R 21 has expired on August 30, 2020.
Duration: 1 month
Possible periods: February and March 2021
Application deadline: 30. August 2020, 23:59 CET
Jury decision: September 2020
Festival LINZ FMR 21: 1 – 6 June 2021