This year our Project RADIX was included in the LUMEN PRIZE LONDON shortlist. A great honor for this innovative piece of art and our artistic research. With the introduction of Video Projection Mapping into the artistic sector the development of light sculptures has been thrown into a new wave of technical possiblities. Some of these are staged every year at this great occasion. We also recognized, that this year marked the indention of VR into media art. We are looking forward to create content using the exciting new posssibilities of this technology. Stay tuned for new sculptures and media art installations because we will increasingly explore these fields.
Here we present you a first glimpse into what we’ve been working on for the last couple of weeks. »Transkutan« is a journey through the numerous membranes of the skin — based entirely on analog footage we produced and collected. Thus, everything you see actually happened in real life, including multicoloured fluids, bubbles, magnetic formations, oscillating membranes, human skin and underwater phenomena.
The layout and scope of the organism is mapped to custom built stencils of the target façade: The city palace of Karlsruhe.
See you there!
The skin of architecture
The premiere of the show curated by ZKM – Zentrum für Kunst und Medien Karlsruhe will be on the 27th of August at Schlosslichtspiele Karlsruhe August 7th – September 17th 2016
Our musicians are also very nice to listen to without moving images. Here is a chance to catch them at Fusion Festival next Saturday!
We’ll be playing the Serendubity-Space right at the Salón de Baile with a brand new set of ours. A Special guest ist our livelong Friend and founder of maki roots! We are looking forward to this wonderful event and to see lots of known and yet unknown faces there.
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We had a highly inspired time at the Phi Centre in Montreal for MUTEK Montreal_IMG 2015 Conference. Our representative Moritz Richartz elaborated on our recent projects and exciting future developments…
A big thank you to all people at MUTEK and Goethe-Institut Montréal for making this happen!
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