30. August 2007

Volume: Bright, audiovisual and interactive installation


Volume

The audiovisual and interactive installation Volume consists of numerous shining columns, which are installed at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The columns change their optical textures when visitors walk between them. Probably, the sound of the installation changes as well – but that is not described anywhere.

Volume is a cooperation between United Visual Artists (UVA) and Robert Del Naja (also known as “3D” from Massive Attack), as well as Neil Davidge from one point six.

I think this installation is pretty cool – although you probably only know the real coolness when you are standing right within Volume. The video at the project website is by all means impressively atmospheric.

» Volume at the V&A

If you’re interested in interactive installations, please also take a look at Dave – The interactive music video installation. (Sorry for the shameless self-marketing *g*)

(via we make money not art)

Topics: artinstallationinteractivesound

3. October 2006

Experimental Documentary: “Stuttgart in Ton”


Stuttgart in Ton

I uploaded a new video project: Stuttgart in Ton (length: 4min).

Stuttgart in Ton is an audiovisual portrait of Stuttgart’s acoustics. Following the course of a day, the documentary shows the four themes traffic, work, recreation and night. Visual and auditive impressions get interwoven to become the rhythm of the city.

It does not contain any text, just sound. In contrast to most of my other productions, there is no language barrier and you can enjoy it without knowing German. :)

» Description and Download

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