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about

tat ort is a collaborative practice involved in cross-disciplinary projects that incorporate visual arts, architecture and urbanism.

Since 2002 Andreas Berlinger, Alexandra Berlinger, and Wolfgang Fiel form its current constellation. Besides their individual work they are engaged in a number of joint projects, exhibitions, publications and competition entries.

Alexandra Berlinger
*1970 in Bregenz
lives in Vienna
1992-1998 University of Applied Arts Vienna, Bernhard Leitner
2000-2004 Lecturer at the University of Applied Arts Vienna

Andreas Berlinger (Belringer)
*1977 in Bregenz
lives in Munich
1997-2001 Media and Communication Design, Fachhochschule Vorarlberg, Dornbirn
2003-2005 Master of Interaction Design at the Royal College of Art, London
2006-2008 Senior Designer at Virtual Identity AG, Munich
2009-2010 Interaction Designer at Tieto, Munich
since 2011 Founder and Principal at Berlinger Concept+Design, Munich

Wolfgang Fiel
*1973 in Alberschwende
lives in Vienna and Plymouth/UK
1994-2001 Architecture and Regional Planning, Vienna University of Technology, Helmut Richter
2001-2002 Master of Architecture in Architectural Design at The Bartlett/UCL - University College London, Sir Peter Cook
from 2005 till 2010 Lecturer at the Department of Architecture, Vienna University of Technology
since 2010 Senior Artist at the Department of Digital Art, University of Applied Arts Vienna
2012- Doctor of Philosophy awarded by the University of Plymouth/UK in recognition of a programme of work entitled Emancipating the Many: A Practice Led Investigation into Emergent Paradigms of Immediate Political Action. Continued external advice provided by Peter Auer and Oswald Wiener.
Funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council, England.