|Born||in Vienna, Austria|
Mini Bio (1)
Johannes Grenzfurthner is a director, writer, artist and curator.
He is the founder and artistic director of monochrom, an internationally-acting art and theory group. He is founder of movie production company monochrom Propulsion Systems.
His first feature film was the post-apocalyptic agitprop comedy "Die Gstettensaga: The Rise of Echsenfriedl" (2014), followed by the documentary feature "Traceroute" (2016) and "Glossary of Broken Dreams" (2018).
He is one of the most outspoken researchers in the field of sexuality and technology, and one of the founders of 'techno-hedonism'. He is head of "Arse Elektronika" (sex and tech festival) in San Francisco, "Hedonistika" (food tech festival in Montréal and Tel Aviv) and host of "Roboexotica" (Festival for Cocktail-Robotics) in Vienna.
He gave talks at SXSWi, O'Reilly ETech, FooCamp, Maker Faire, HOPE, Chaos Communication Congress, Google (Tech Talks), ROFLCon, Ars Electronica, Transmediale, Influencers, Mozilla Drumbeat Barcelona, Neoteny Camp Singapore, Columbia University, Carnegie Mellon University...
He and his projects have been featured in The New York Times, Liberation, Spiegel, San Francisco Chronicle, CNN, Reuters, Slashdot, Playboy, Boing Boing, New Scientist, The Edge, the Los Angeles Times, NPR, ZDF, Gizmodo, io9, Wired, Sueddeutsche Zeitung, CNet, Toronto Star...
Johannes' artistic and textual work are contemporary art, activism, performance, humor, philosophy, postmodernism, media theory, cultural studies, sex tech, popular culture studies, subversion, science fiction and the debate about copyright and intellectual property.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: monochrom
|Anna Grenzfurthner||(2 June 2016 - present)|
|Heather Kelley||(2011 - 2015)|
|Evelyn Fürlinger||(2008 - 2010)|