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  • 1. "Ludic Interfaces" is a Masters programme Presentation by:development on a European level.It is also the title of a European collaboration in Mathias Fuchscreating a network of Academic Institutions and ofworld leading Media Centres to investigate, design University of Salfordand test publicly shared digital content. mathias@salford.comThe programme development is a joint project by theUniversity of Potsdam, Universidad Politécnica deValencia, Universität für künstlerische und industrielleGestaltung in Linz, and by the University of Salford.
  • 2. Presentation by:Georg Russegger Kunstuniversitaet Linz AUSTRIA
  • 3. Presentation by:Michael Liebe &Mark Butler University of Postdam GERMANY
  • 4. Presentation by:Moisés Mañas Universidad Politécnica de Valenca SPAIN
  • 5. Presentation by:Tapio Makela University of Salford UK
  • 6. "Ludic Society" is an arts research project, informed Presentation by:by practical game arts evidence and philosophicalresearch. It introduces Ludics as method..Jahrmanns expertise as artist and theoretician Margarete Jahrmannproceeds from a 10 years experience in the field of • University of Arts Zurichgame arts and teaching at Game Design departmentat University of arts Zurich. Her critical commentary of • Head of Ludic Societyplayfulness as cultural phenomenon in arts practice • grete@ludic-society.netdemonstrates that the affordances of technologicalmateriality increasingly radicalise the importance ofplay as political dimension.Through research and teaching she detects a lack ofpolitical consciousness in relation to play, however,she provides evidence of activism and play inparticular moments in the history of technologicalmateriality.
  • 7. http://vimeo.com/1514626
  • 8. Ludic Wheel, 2007
  • 9. Ludic Wheel, 2007
  • 10. Sema Dress 2009
  • 11. Ludic Wheel, 2007
  • 12. Pong Dress, 2007