"Lamebox" exhibits eight blank portraits representing Garry, Frank, Richard, Michael, Sarah, Emily, Linda and Alice. Stereo speakers reproduce a synthesized voice unfolding the endless narrative of their relationship. The underlying model is based on the ties between the actors; a dynamic and closed "social network" which gets computationally altered over time.
Armin B. Wagner studied Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and Computer Science at the Vienna University of Technology.
Selection of exhibitions: Elastic Video, exhibition, TWS Hongo, Tokyo, Japan 2011; Happy Hour, exhibition, Vienna, Austria 2010, Pixxelpoint, festival, Nova Gorica, Slovenia 2010; Waste - Tehnološki Minus, exhibition, Kulturno Izobrazevalno Drustvo Kibla, Media-Scape, exhibition, Zagreb, Croatia, 2010; 2nd Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, exhibition, ARTPLAY Design Centre, Moscow, Russia 2010; ICCHP, conference, 12th International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs, University of Technology, Vienna, Austria 2010; Petit Plinque, exhibition, Vienna, Austria 2010; Locksmith Project #3, magazine, Alexandria NSW 2015, Australia 2010; Plinque Projéction, screening, Atelier 1741, 11 Cité Internationale des Arts Paris, Paris, France 2009; Die Zelle, catalogue presentation, Architekturzentrum, Vienna, Austria 2009; Lamebox, solo exhibition, Beyo?lu, Istanbul, Turkey 2009