Das Cabinet

September 12th, 2015   -  Share/Link/Bookmark


Ultra Slow Film Projection (4 Frames / Minute) of one second taken from the german silent movie “Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari”. The installation is using a mechanical shutter, 3D-printed based on a more than 100 years old technical drawing. Shown during the “Projektionen” Group Exhibiton, organized by Art von Demon, Berlin

Einstein Rosen Brücke

July 27th, 2015   -  Share/Link/Bookmark

Einstein Rosen Brücke

Installation with Michael Schmitt

at Kunstraum Anakoluth, Köln, Hermeskeiler Platz

Video also available in german, featuring the audio guide from the exhibiton.

A model train makes an nearly impossible jump through space and time.

Simple Sample

June 6th, 2015   -  Share/Link/Bookmark

Sound-reactive Light Installation at „Zero Abend Film und Musik“, Akademie der Künste Berlin, 2015

„Simple Sample“ is an about meter square diffusive panel lit up by RGB-LEDs controlled by a self design circuit and software. In random intervals, a (sound-)signal is sampled and its information converted into the light output signal, which is updated about 1000 times per second.

For the event, sound generated by Düsseldorf artist „Pyrolator“ was used to control the object. The usage of the techincal „sample“ is in a different way, as for correct reproduction, a regular interval of sampling is required. „Simple“, as used in the title, refers to the simple, non-predictable software routines.

“Herr Ober” sagt der Gast

May 20th, 2015   -  Share/Link/Bookmark

two old-fashioned lamps controlled by an audio loop, which is not audible

shown at id new talents exhibition

Gelb + Blau

May 20th, 2015   -  Share/Link/Bookmark

Gelb + Blau (Yellow + Blue)

site specific installation with fluorescent lights and filters
for the id new talents exhibiton

shown together with two works of Katharina Maderthaner





February 27th, 2015   -  Share/Link/Bookmark

“Bar” – with Michael Schmitt

Bar with Drink

Quartier am Hafen, Cologne, 27th of February, 2015 

Drink: 4cl Wodka, 200ml Tonic Water, 1 Portion Citric Sorbet

a blink

July 17th, 2014   -  Share/Link/Bookmark

shown 17th – 22nd of July 2014, at GOLD+BETON, Cologne

1) “RGBlaster”, version of 2014, 3 Strobe lights filtered Red, Green and Blue

The strobe lights are set to the slowest flash rate, which due to manufacturing differences is not exactly the same. Sometimes two or all three strobes fire at the same time, resulting in colored or white light

2) “RGBlaster 2”, 2014, RGB-LEDs, electronics, translucent white foil

The installation shows the three primary colors, one at a time, always in the same order. Because of speed changes, the colors seem to merge into white light, with optical illusions / patterns to be seen by the human perception at certain speeds.

3) “A Blink”, 2014, modified Fluorescent lights

A hidden microprocessor generates truly random numbers, which are  processed into random delay times, matching the human’s eye blink rate. The fluorescent light is then switched off for the shortest possible time (1/50 of a second), resulting into an experience resembling a blink.

All three works are perceived different by the naked eye, compared to the documentary seen here.