Sensient Geometries exhibition

Sensient Geometries exhibition

Chrysalis (Memories of the world from before you had eyes) was featured in the Sensient Geometries exhibition at SPEKTRUM in Berlin. Two Chrysalids were shown inside the gallery and the third was installed on the street as an urban intervention.

Exhibition curated by Alfredo Ciannameo 

The state of relation is the core aspect of this third exhibition at Spektrum. By being set on sensing the environment, digital technologies open the possibility to explore events related to motion, perception and space interaction. The stream of data-entry is the available material for artists to interpret in the form of graphical, luminous, architectural, kinetic and/or visual representation. What is the effect of collecting data by machines? How this can be used to reshape and magnify our experience of reality? These open questions are applied to multiple domains, revealing common coordinates for a fundamental geometry in the fields of interaction design and data visualization.

Chrysalis by Michael Ang

Chrysalis by Michael Ang

Patrick Bedarf artist talk

Artist talk by Patrick Bedarf (under LOADS)

The Saccades Portraits by Wolfgang Bittner

The Saccades Portraits live portraits by eye tracking by Wolfgang Bittner

Chrysalis by Michael Ang

Chrysalis outside SPEKTRUM

Chrysalis by Michael Ang

School of Machines and Chrysalis

 

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