A report on Arse Elektronika

Arse Elektronika's curator Johannes Grenzfurthner (at Arse Elektronika 2007)

Annual conference organized by the Austrian arts and philosophy collective monochrom, focused on sex and technology.

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Arse Elektronika's curator Johannes Grenzfurthner (at Arse Elektronika 2007)

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Grenzfurthner at Museumsquartier, Vienna (2011)

Johannes Grenzfurthner

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Austrian artist, filmmaker, writer, actor, curator, theatre director, performer and lecturer.

Austrian artist, filmmaker, writer, actor, curator, theatre director, performer and lecturer.

Grenzfurthner at Museumsquartier, Vienna (2011)
Grenzfurthner, keynote at Paraflows Symposium, 2012
Grenzfurthner and Matt Winston talk about Stan Winston and special effects ("Traceroute", 2016)
Grenzfurthner and Pedobear at ROFLcon 2010
Grenzfurthner acting as a CDC official at a staged virus outbreak at Art Basel Miami Beach 2005.
Grenzfurthner on the cover of Soviet Unterzoegersdorf: Sector 2 (2009).
Poster of Grenzfurthner's film Masking Threshold (2021).

Grenzfurthner is head of the Arse Elektronika festival in San Francisco (2007 – ), an annual academic and artistic conference and anthology series that focusses on sexuality and technology.

Monochrom

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International art-technology-philosophy group, publishing house and film production company.

International art-technology-philosophy group, publishing house and film production company.

Monochrom members: Harald Homolka-List, Frank Apunkt Schneider, Anika Kronberger, Günther Friesinger, Evelyn Fürlinger, Roland Gratzer, Franz Ablinger, Johannes Grenzfurthner, Daniel Fabry. Image taken in Lower Austria, April 2012.
Art-theory group Monochrom's office and workspace at Museumsquartier's Quartier21 (December 2018).
Cover of Monochrom #8-10 (1998)
Monochrom's Johannes Grenzfurthner and Franz Ablinger (at Monochrom's "Pension MIDI", Klangturm St. Pölten, 2001)
Flyer for Monochrom's publication and community activity, 1996. Drawing by Gerhard Junker, flyer design by Michael Marrak.
This is the first 3D printer Bre Pettis put together while an artist-in-residence at art group Monochrom in Vienna, Austria in autumn 2007.
Monochrom member Frank Apunkt Schneider at Monochrom's magazine and book stand (at MUSA Vienna, exhibition: "20 Jahre monochrom - Die waren früher auch mal besser", 2013)

Arse Elektronika (2007-): Fuckzilla--arse elektronika 2007.jpg

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Internet pornography

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Any pornography that is accessible over the internet, primarily via websites, FTP servers peer-to-peer file sharing, or Usenet newsgroups.

Any pornography that is accessible over the internet, primarily via websites, FTP servers peer-to-peer file sharing, or Usenet newsgroups.

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The sex and tech conference series Arse Elektronika dedicated their 2007 conference to what they call pr0nnovation.

Heather Kelley in 2012

Heather Kelley

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Media artist, writer and video game designer.

Media artist, writer and video game designer.

Heather Kelley in 2012

Body Heat (2010) – Body Heat is a vibrator interface for the iPhone and iPad which allows touchscreens to be used for adjusting vibration speed, intensity, and patterns. The project was first presented at the sex tech conference Arse Elektronika in September 2010 in San Francisco. The company OhMiBod, which specializes in music-driven vibrators, bought the application and renamed it into "OhMiBod app" in early 2011.

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Fucking Machines

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Pornographic website founded in 2000 that features video and photographs of women engaged in autoerotic sexual stimulation with penetrative sex-machines and sex toys.

Pornographic website founded in 2000 that features video and photographs of women engaged in autoerotic sexual stimulation with penetrative sex-machines and sex toys.

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Annalee Newitz characterized Fucking Machines as part of the Porn 2.0 phenomenon.
Violet Blue wrote that Fucking Machines enabled other companies to produce devices for people to use at home.

The Arse Elektronika sex and technology seminar, held in October 2007 in San Francisco, California, featured a robot from Fucking Machines called "Fuckzilla" in a live performance with one of the expo attendees.

Metafetish

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Blog about teledildonics and similar use of technology for erotic purposes.

Blog about teledildonics and similar use of technology for erotic purposes.

Machulis has also been a speaker at several conferences on issues related to sex and technology including Etech and Arse Elektronika, his presentations remarked in the O'Reilly Conference Blog and the Digital Journal.