The dystopian and hyperviolent video game Tom Clancy's: The Division gets its meaning turned around (via machinima) to become the scene for a biting and ironic reflection that, through the use of urbanism and a peaceful 'city tour', addresses the issues of unbridled capitalism, neoliberalism in the Trump era, Robert Moses, Jane Jacob, and more... (JY)
- VIS - Vienna Shorts - Best Austrian Film (2018)
- BFI London Film Festival- Official Selection (2018)
- Doxs! Documentaries for Children and Youth - Honorary Mention (2018)
- International Film Festival of Sriganganagar - Best Director (2019)
- Flex - Florida Experimental Film/Video Festival - Official Selection (2019)
Born 1988 in Graz. He lives and works as artist, illustrator and cultural anthropologist in Vienna and Graz. He is interested in individual and collective tactics of spatial appropriation, and mechanisms of order and control of public spaces, both urban and digital.
Born 1987 in Graz, he lives and works in Vienna as a visual artist and media researcher. He studied Visual Art and Media Art at the UFG Linz (AT), at the HGB Leipzig (DE) and at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (AT). He is currently writing his PhD on Practice in the field of Cultural Studies.