Reiner H. Schneeberger | i |
 
last name: Schneeberger
first name: Reiner H.
birthday: February 18, 1957
birth-place: Munich (Germany)
Summary

Schneeberger established the so-called Computer Minimal Art. He lives and works in Leipzig.

Biography

1976-78 Taught art at Padagogische Hochschule in Munich as lecturer for computer graphics. Developed the graphics system SNE COMP ART during this tenure.
1976-81 Studied computer science and communication and political sciences in Nürnberg accompanied by studies in cybernetic management in Frankfurt am Main.
He became Ned Herrmann’s trainer for the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI) that is based on bio-dominance research.
1976 One of his motives was chosen as a poster motive by Scandecor and widely published.
1977 In collaboration with Lothar Limbeck he wrote the book Computergrafik. Ein Lehr- und Lernbuch.
shot a computer film for ITT Schaub Lorenz together with Hans Korneder.
1978 Co-founded and became a committee member of the Gesellschaft fur Computergrafik und Computerkunst e.v. in Munich.
1978-85 Schneeberger was an EDP lecturer, worked as a designer of graphics software and was head of the EDV-Bildungszentrum Nuremberg.
1986 25 of his works from the cycle Computer Minimal Art mit Elementarteilchen were published in Igildo G. Biesele’s publication Experiment Design.
1987 Won the Award of Excellence at the International Art Competition in New York for the above works.
1986-90 Headed qualification consulting with Control
Data in Frankfurt and Munich.
1989- 91 Teaching assignment for computer graphics and programmed art at the Chair of Fine Arts Didactics of the University of Munich.
1990 Served as a new media consultant and auditor for quality and environmental management systems.
2005 Head of the working group for media pedagogics at the Stiftung Kinderlobby in Leipzig. Within the framework of the working group VISIT, he develops creative software for children and teenagers.
Visiting lecturer for Computer Art at the University of Malta, where he introduced art teachers to the use of creative tools on PCs such as the flipbook 2 FLIP which he developed.
2006 Updated the programme MONDRIAN by Herbert W. Franke as MONDRIAN 21 for the Gesellschaft fur Computergrafik und Computerkunst e.v. in Munich.
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