Teletext ARt Festival ITAF

MUTA starts 14.8.2014 in YLE Teletext p. 805 with:

"Lucky Cat"
by Dragan Espenchied

.TTV File, 2013

Dragan Espenschied (born 1975) is an 8-bit musician and media artist who lives and works in Stuttgart, Germany. He studied communication design at the Merz Academy in Stuttgart. Dragan started to develop software for Atari Computers in 1991.

In 1995 he founded the 8-bit band "Bodenständig 2000" together with Bernd Kirsch. They got signed on the label Rephlex in London, and started touring throughout Europe and the USA. Together with media activist Alvar Freude he worked on projects like Freedom Phone, Omni-Cleaner, Assoziations-Blaster and insert_coin.

In 2003 he started working with the pioneer Olia Lialina. Their most famous works are Zombie and Mummy, Online Newspapers, Frozen Niki, With Elements Of Web 2.0 and Midnight.

Dragan Espenschied's website:

<< International Teletext Art Festival ITAF

Museum of Teletext Art MUTA

The FixC cooperative presents in collaboration with Yleisradio, Finnish Broadcasting Company, a museum of teletext-art MUTA.

MUTA broadcasts teletext-art on Finnish teletext page 805 from 14 August on regular basis.

The purpose of MUTA:

To broadcast teletext -art
To document teletext-art
To archive teletext-art
To make teletext-art available for studies and reserch

c/o FixC
Alppikatu 17 LH2 FI-00530 Helsinki