Weekly Pandemic Pleasures

  • Weekly Pandemic Pleasures

gold extra has been producing art for the digital space for many years. A good opportunity to weekly present a digital artwork. You will be able to experience games, videos and interactive installations from the last decades, also watch out for exclusive premieres.


It's been quite a few years already that gold extra embarked on an adventure called Totem's Sound during an artistic research for the Humboldt Lab in Berlin. Check out the result, a free (!!) adventure that takes you to the American north-west in the late 19th century.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnsjqAacrBw

Website: https://totems-sound.com/


The second edition offers an escape out of Salzburg under lock down. While the locked in people of Salzburg are strolling through the empty inner city, millions of tourists mourn the loss of their dream holiday location. gold extra has a solution for all of them: Future Rearview is a game and virtual walk through the past and future of Salzburg featuring the voices of 100 people, who are talking about arrivals and farewells, forgetting and disappearing and of course about the beauty and ugliness of Salzburg.
Now is the time for all of you who are locked in or out to discover the hidden stories of Salzburg.

Future Rearview (WINDOWS)
Future Rearview (MAC)


First off starting is Reinhold Bidner presenting Ballet Alcoholique, an audiovisual animation from 2011, an audiovisual experiment inspired by Holger Hiller´s "Ohi Ho Bang Bang" (1988) and "Ballet Mecanique" (1924, Fernand Léger, Dudley Murphy).

The Audio Track and its corresponding Video were recorded and created solely out (and unfortunately also under the influence) of Alcohol (and one cigarette). Therefore a typical Austrian artistic approach.




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