Kathryn Sclavi creates socially-engaged projects such as colorful forts, art parades, social gatherings, and workshops designed to encourage communication, celebrate spaces, and create new dimensions of shared experiences.
In his artistic creations, Niki Passath searches for answers to the mystery of life, people, their emotions, social behavior, their behavior compared to machines and to the surrounding nature.
On this adventurous journey in search for knowledge he incorporates different disciplines, from robotics to artificial intelligence, from physics to the life sciences. He has traveled to Sweden, Norway, Finland and Australia in search of different answers, which he assembles into kinetic objects, photographs and other artistic configurations. He is always searching for new challenges in form and content.
At the University of Applied Arts in Vienna he teaches “Interface Design,” “Architecture of Light,” and “Public Space and Media.” He collaborates in a multitude of scientific research projects, including the bio-art club “Pavilion 35.”