The 8-Point Plan for Digital Learning sets out the key aims of the Austrian Ministry of Education for digitalisation in schools. One of the main goals is the Eduthek, a freely accessible digital and media library intended to simplify cooperation between parents, children and teachers. It offers access to the basic range of general school materials according to school level.
Bad Pictures 1997–2010, 2019
The artist Ulrike Königshofer’s work often investigates image realities. For Bad Pictures she went in search of the criteria for image quality or image optimisation.
Smart wood logistics / PhysICAL, from 2021
Fraunhofer Austria Research, Institute of Logistics Engineering/Graz University of Technology
The ‘Physical Internet’ (PI) is a logistics model for an optimised goods transport system that follows the concept of the internet.
Cross profile in beech veneer, 2019
lignum – Institute of Timber Engineering and Wood Technology/Graz University of Technology, holz.bau forschungs gmbh
This slender cross-profile column made of beech veneer is a striking example of the effectiveness of wood as a construction material.
Täglicher Zigarettenkonsum (daily cigarette consumption), 23 09 1979 – 22 09 1980, 1979–1980
(handwritten copy of the original for the exhibition On Discipline at Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam) Josef Dabernig
Over the course of days and weeks, disciplined series of numbers have been compiled to record the daily consumption of cigarettes.
Zeitpolster (time cushion), from 2018
Founded in 2018, this non-profit association offers an innovative provision and care model.
SoWAS, from 2021
Institute of Logistics Engineering/Graz University of Technology, City of Graz
By now almost all of us are familiar with the self-service area at the post office – where you can pick up and drop off parcels 24 hours a day. But a ‘Paketbox’ parcel box can do even more than this.
tim. täglich. intelligent. mobil (tim. daily. intelligent. mobile.), from 2016
Graz and central region of Styria, from 2016 Holding Graz
tim is ‘your ideal companion through everyday mobility’, promises the service, which has been appearing in and around Graz in the form of mobility hubs since 2016.