Installation with Michael Schmitt, at Kunstraum Anakoluth, Köln, Hermeskeiler Platz A model train makes an (nearly) impossible jump through space and time. Listen to the explanations in the following, unedited video: Video also available in german, featuring the audio guide from the exhibiton, which then was provided by a phone number.
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… Continue reading Simple Sample
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… Continue reading a blink
Light Installation for “Interference:Coexistence”, a show by the Center for Holographics Arts, NYC Fluorescent tubes are hanging vertical in the windows above the entrance. Static noise is captured by a tiny microcontroller, which generates truly random numbers from the sampled information. A simple logic determines which output’s state is to be inverted- the tubes turn… Continue reading Randomly Flipped Switches
RGBlaster made another appearance at “Kobe Biennale 2011”, at the japan-based Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art. It is part of an exhibition making a connection between the japanese group of “Gutai” and the german “Zero”, both showing the original artists of those groups, and two positions of younger artist in one show. The exhibition was on… Continue reading RGBlaster at “Reflexionen”
In collaboration with Meng-Hsuan Wu, another artist from Flux Factory, i ran an interactive video installation at the Chashama Film Festival in New York City. It was installed from 22. to 26. of october, from around 6pm to 11pm. The eyes are located in an corner office building on third avenue and 43rd street, next… Continue reading Little Peeper
This is a holographic work called “200 Frames”, it consists of 200 images of a frame, in which a firework is happening. By moving on the horizontal axis, you can see the frame from different angles and different fireworks in the background. While the frame can be seen from different angles according to the viewing… Continue reading 200 Frames