Patrícia J. Reis Patrícia J. Reis

Coming soon:




05. 10 —24.11.2018

Kunstraum Niederösterreich

Vienna, Austria





15.09 — 02.12.2018

Evoluon, Campina, Van Abbemuseum, Park Theatre Eindhoven

Eindhoven, Netherlands



BANFF, Centre for Art & Creativity

Banff, Canada



Panel | Discussion

[Socially engaged media art] Conversation Session: Mediated Empowerment

Using Media and Technology to Amplify the Voices of Local Communities together with Jill Scott and Eugenio Tisselli

23.06 – 1.07.2018

ISEA Symposium on Electronic Art

Durban, South Africa



Hackerspaces cultures: Speculations on bioenergy towards an alternative desired future

25.05.2018 | 15-17h

Ars Electronica Center, Linz, Austria

[Make… cooperative futures: Power, Access, Mapping, Alternative Fictions

Symposium der Abteilung Mediengestaltung]

How do we imagine a sustainable desired global future? What means being individually happy and satisfied? What should we believe in, when we are constantly loaded with new digital data and information? And what should we wish for? Can technology be an asset to project our future visions? Which open tools do we have access to empower our wishes?

This workshop aims to use these questions as a motif for the analysis of science fiction imaginary, and with that, invite participants to work together and bring their critical thoughts for the creation of a mystic machine powered by crystal energy and potato batteries.

Exhibition [Group Show]

Ubiquitous Futures

18.05. – 20.05. 2018

[During the Click Festival — CONTEMPORARY ART, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY — CATCH, Helsingør, Denmark]


“From concept to exhibition” [PhD Course: Open Hardware Open Machines]

CATCH, Helsingør, Denmark

14.05.2018 | 10h – 15h

Collaboration between IT University, CATCH, Aalborg University, within the framework of the conference POLITICS OF THE MACHINES – ART AND AFTER

The Ph.d students have worked in teams with a particular focus on using the technologies of mapping, monitoring and sensory experiences in their research into hybrid state(s) of the body. The result is two installatory presentations operating as hybrids in-between art installations and prototypes, which are developed to test the status of technological devices and tools in an investigation of ‘future pleasure objects’.



“Demystifying the Black Box!”

FH Technikum Wien

25.01.2018 | 17h-19h

ProjectKitchen, UAS Technikum Wien (Room B_4.04)

Klangmanifest, Vienna

Group Show

Opening: 17th January, 2018 | 18h

Finissage: 26th January, 2018 | 18h



Sechshauser Straße 66, 1150 Vienna, Austria