D) Frankfurt und Cyberspace (1991-1992)


Station Rose goes Online  //  research for the Austrian Ministry of Science and Research  //  multimedia field research in the USA  //  "1st European Software Festival"  //  NGBK Berlin  //  Gunafa 2000 EP/CD  //  "Soft Targets"  //  Kunsthalle Schirn Frankfurt  //  Gunafa Clubbing at XS club Frankfurt  //  Expeditionen 92  //  Station Rose Interaktiv. Virtuelle Realität als Neuer Grenzbereich CD ROM  //  37 Räume  //  Interactiva  //  DigitEyes/Dave EP  // Virtuelle Rituale

D_ Gunafa Clubbing XS

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Very likely the first digital AUDIO-VISUAL techno club in the world with online connection. While Station Rose performed sound and visuals live (Gary Danner: Atari 1040ST, Elisa Rose: Commodore Amiga 3000), text messages were received and sent over email/instant messaging (early social web/netart version), which could be seen via 4 video beamers installed around the dancefloor. Several aspiring Frankfurt DJs were given the chance to spin at Gunafa Clubbings: DJ Mark Spoon, etc.

4 beamers & a modem are linked to Elisa´s computer

The soundsystem is linked to Gary´s computer