Frankfurt am Main | 14 – 22 October 2023

Jonny-Bix Bongers

Jonny-Bix Bongers studied scenic arts at the University of Hildesheim and theater directing at the ZHdK in Zurich. He has worked as a director at various cultural institutions, including the Münchner Kammerspiele and the Goethe Institut. Since 2020, he has been participating in the first year of the cross-university, research-oriented, and transdisciplinary Master's program Design and Computation at TU and UdK Berlin. His research focuses on narratives of the future, participatory design methods, and workshop formats as a performative practice.

In his current artistic work, he combines technology research, game design and performative art. He engages in both practical work and the conceptualization of audiovisual performances that incorporate motion capture, narration, and world building.

Through his artistic and theoretical work, he examines the challenges of digital transformation and explores proactive, critical, and reflective approaches to shaping this transdisciplinary problems.

He is part of:
Design & Computation
University of the Arts
Technical University Berlin

Works at B3

Talks at B3

Creative Storytelling at a Turning Point. Is AI a Tool or Antagonist of Storytelling?

Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to fundamentally change the way stories are told and produced in moving images. One of the main arguments for using AI technologies in moving image production is the time and money it saves. By automatically generating ideas up to entire videos and artworks, creating storyboards or transcribing, dubbing and translating videos, workflows can be optimized and resources can be used more efficiently. AI is also already finding its way into script analysis. Read more…