A short trip to Sao Paulo for a good reason – dust won a honorary mention from the FilePrixLux award, associated with the great File Electronic Language Festival and was exhibited in the Sao Paulo exhibition. our project page and a related post on WMMNA
Related to the See this Sound exhibition, The Ludwig Boltzmann Institute created on an encyclopedia of audiovisual culture during the last three years. As a installation in the exhibition, Stefan Schilcher and I created an interactive visualization showing the structural properties of the different texts, chapters in this encyclopedia. Credits: Visual Concept: Dietmar Offenhuber und Stefan Schilcher Programming: Stefan Schilcher Content: Sandra Naumann und Mario Röhrle more on the blog of see this sound.
fun with lasers, noise and dirt maex decker, dietmar offenhuber, ushi reiter DTD kicks up a lot of dust – with atmosphere being its sole medium of interaction. The project is a sound installation for a room with dusty floor, on which a number of phonographs are placed, playing back silent vinyl records. As a result of the visitors movements, particles of dust accumulate in the grooves of empty records and define a musical score. A carpet of monochromatic light visualizes the turbulence in the…
Collaboration with Maex Decker. Realtime visualisation of satellite movement over the city of judenburg. Installation during Liquid Music Festival 02.