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Simulating the synchronous behavior of fireflies, this large-scale sound and light sculpture consists of 300 firefly objects lighting up and reverberating in patterns. The installation sonifies the emergent algorithm, creating a unique acoustic experience without amplification or speakers. Fireflies generates waves of sound and light that captivate visitors as the synchronization process unfolds.
Emergent sound sculpture
The Research Wall
At the Humboldt Laboratory, visitors encounter researchers at eye level amidst growing skepticism about science, engaging in a lively dialogue about the central question of our time: How do we want to live? The Research Wall, part of the exhibition "After Nature," is a participatory stage for science, representing the ever-changing dynamics of the scientific process.
Projection-mapped kinetic installations
Discover Ecliptic, a sculpture capturing the sun's celestial journey using astronomical data. It illuminates 27 LED rods, reflecting the changing hues of daylight. The Möbius strip design symbolizes infinity and engages with its surroundings. Ecliptic fuses art and astrology, illustrating the sun's eternal dance across the sky.
Celestial light sculpture
Exploring the future of photographic images in the algorithmic age, Photographic Cues examines a speculative future where natural landscapes serve as the only remaining form of analogue lens. The artwork creates a dialogue between artificial intelligence and photographic apparatus, considering how imaginative case studies can contribute to environmentally benign scenarios.
AI-Driven WebGL Experience
Inspired by the natural phenomenon of murmuration, Anima Iki embodies an interactive and immersive installation. This audio-visual experience captures the captivating movement of starlings, simulating their fluid transitions through light and sound. Using real-time data, the installation reacts to the presence of viewers, creating an ever-evolving, immersive experience.
A stylistic scenography exploring an algorithmic interpretation of NYC’s abandoned Brooklyn Navy Yard. Through a process of stereo-photogrammetry we generated a series of 3D artefacts which interpret this already captivating historic site into an abstract and alien landscape.
Delve into a 90-minute interactive performance that immerses visitors in the complex relationship between the audience's interpretation and the artist's intent. Through intimate interviews with influential video artists like Malcolm LeGrice, Maxa Zoller, and Isaac Julian, Expanded Audience offers engaging, interactive chapters that provide a deeper understanding of the art world's pioneers.
A unique urban experience in China, Genesis combines a hotel, offices, gardens, and a museum within an architectural space. Developed in collaboration with Wolff Olins, a visual tool explores the Daoist notion of 'wu wei', resulting in five ever-changing visual states. These states generate unique art pieces, forming a living and connected brand.
branding identity tool
A grid of drone-powered tiles, Notch showcases swarm-like behavior driven by choreography. Inspired by Nantou facade tiles, each tile is a printed circuit board, reflecting on the relationship between product, functionality, and art. The piece highlights the complexities of urban reality and globalization, exemplifying industrial society's effects.
An AI-driven robot, Narciss reflects on its own existence by analyzing itself. Combining Alan Turing's imitation concept with narrative identity, it offers a glimpse into a synthetic model of self-awareness, artificial narcissism, and a fictional character's autobiographical narrations.
As an example of pushing the boundaries of webGL, Porsche Blackbox still stands out as one of the prime examples of real-time 3D data visualisations in the browser. By collecting data from Porsche’s GTS community, we visualised the characteristics of their driving into a thrilling ride.
Utilizing computational design and creative coding, Project 850 crafts the visual language for BMW 8 Series' global print campaign. Custom software generates visual caustics, light reflections, and gradients, which are then projected onto the product, immersing the environment in digital lighting.
projection mapping shoot
A magical compass-like device, Seeker encourages exploration and surprise in urban navigation. Its intuitive design houses a high-end system, including GPS, accelerometer, and gyroscope sensors, providing precise indications on its motorized dial-pointer and illuminated bezel.
True / False
Questioning the relationship between purpose and process, this art piece constructs patterns and images through a laborious and methodical approach, portraying perpetual motion. Driven by an intricate algorithm, the mechanics behind the minimalistic appearance reveal a complex collection of circuitry and logics.
kinetic light installation
Voice of Nature Nº1
Visualizing a tree's state using real-time data, Voice of Nature emphasizes the urgency of climate change. The algorithm generates tree rings, reflecting the tree's well-being and environmental impact. Sensors measure various factors, and human touch influences the artwork's energy levels, empowering viewers.
tree data visualization
Together with George Singer we designed a generative sculpture for the Fairmont Hotel. The immense structure is almost 60 metres long and consists of 19.879 metallic disks. The shape of the chandelier represents the beauty and energy of the waves in neighboring St. Andrews Bay, and are formulated using wave simulations.
Embodying a musical ecosystem, Extremophiles features abstract organisms in constant dialogue with their auditive counterparts. Inspired by evolution and complex systems, the project redefines the roles of composers and designers. Each life form is procedurally designed, providing infinite parameters while ensuring aesthetic consistency and significant variation within species.
Traits of Tolerance
An exhibition about religious tolerance and intolerance in the Dutch Golden Age, Traits of Tolerance uses depth cameras and projections to reveal hidden paintings underneath exterior works. The exhibition explores the question of tolerance in the Netherlands then and now.