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Flavia Mazzanti (Immerea)
Flavia Mazzanti is an Italian-Brazilian Vienna based artist, architect and entrepreneur in the field of virtual reality and digital media. She is the co-founder of Immerea – an interactive media company focusing on the development of VR games and virtual installations – co-organizer of XRVienna, and active as lecturer at national and international universities, symposiums and festivals.
Her work explores artistic-philosophical concepts on post-anthropocentrism, new materialism, body and identity with the interest in providing alternative perspectives on ourselves and our environment. Flavia graduated with distinction at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, receiving the Gustav Peichl Award for architectural drawing and the Würdigungspreis for artistic work. Her work has been screened and awarded at multiple national and international festivals, among others the Ars Electronica Festival, DA Z - Digital Arts Festival Zurich, Parallel Vienna, ADAF. Flavia is listed on the Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe list of 2023.
Zoran Bihać is a German music video and commercial director of Serbian descent. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart and at the Film Academy Baden-Württemberg in Ludwigsburg. In 1996 he founded his production company Flaming Star and had his first jobs for the music industry with video productions for Jam & Spoon, E-Rotic and Schweisser, among others. Since then, he has worked repeatedly with many well-known German bands, including Stephan Weidner, Die Fantastischen Vier, Turntablerocker, Rammstein, Beatsteaks, Freundeskreis, Tokio Hotel and WestBam. He has also filmed with numerous international artists, such as The Pharcyde, ModernDog, Sophia Kennedy and Lindemann.
He is also active in the field of advertising and has shot numerous spots for companies such as IKEA, Toyota, Nike, Volvo, San Miguel, Coca-Cola, Hornbach, Movistar, Mediamarkt, bet-at-home.com, Jim Beam or Vodafone.
Zoran Bihać lectures at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg in Ludwigsburg and at the UdK Berlin. He was in the Berlin Music Video Awards 2014 jury.
Marc's practice and creative consultancy incorporates design research methodologies from various fields, drawing from a diverse range of influences, aesthetics, philosophy, and technology. Alongside his core activity as design lead on an international scale, he gives lectures, sits on juries and publishes on design.
His wide client-base includes the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), the Austrian pavilion at the EXPO world’s fair, leading law company Wolf Theiss, broadcasters like the Norwegian NRK and Austrian ORF, renowned art schools like the University of Applied Arts Vienna and University of Arts Linz, museums such as the Technology Museum and Natural History Museum in Vienna, the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior, Popfest Vienna, Neudoerfler, and the Haydn Society Vienna to name a few.
He currently works as Senior Designer at Bleed.
Sinisa Vidovic is a conceptionist and filmmaker.
He studied film and video at the Linz University of Art. With his diploma thesis, the short film "Tata Morgana", he visited several film festivals (from Moscow to Washington) and won numerous awards, including best Austrian student film of the year. This was the first time he attracted attention in the Austrian film landscape. Shortly after, Sinisa was offered a directing contract by Dor Film for his first feature film (the project is currently in the development phase). His current film project is a feature documentary, which is produced by Golden Girls Filmproduktion.