Re-Coding Everyday Technology

Exhibition and Publication launch

11 Oct 2023, 18:00 – 31 Oct 2023, 17:00

LUX Pavillon Mainz

Ludwigsstraße 2,
55116 Mainz

free entry

The working group for unusual input and output media has invited 12 artists, researchers and designers to create contributions and perspectives for a publication under the theme »re-coding everyday technology«. Alongside the web-based publication, the diverse interdisciplinary works reflecting, interrogating and reinterpreting the digital technologies we use every day will be exhibited in the LUX Pavilion. New perspectives that pose questions while also providing food for thought are offered on commonplace technologies like Google Maps, printers, RFID chips, emails, websites, fax machines and other black boxes. The exhibition will be on display from the 11th till the 21st of October 2023 in the LUX-Pavillon of the University of Applied Sciences Mainz.

The publication features contributions by:

Benno Brucksch, Joana Chicau, Paul Eßer, Jian Haake, Lars Hembach, Naoto Hieda, Nami Kim, Verena Kuni, Guilherme Maggessi, Diego Trujillo Pisanty, Mario Santamaría, Francesco Scheffczyk, Yifeng Wei


The exhibition can be visited from October 11 – 31, 2023 in the LUX-Pavillion during the official opening hours.



Wednesday, October 18, 2023, from 7:30 p.m.
in cooperation with the symposium interposed, which will take place on 18 + 19 October at LUX.

The project is supported by the Mainz University of Applied Sciences, NODE and the Innovation Fund of the President of the University.

Part of the collaboration:

Working Group for Unusual Input and Output Media



Alexander Roidl

Curator, Educator

Denis Klein